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We are always mentionned in the human chronicles. But ultimately, we are not as benevolent as stories pass along. For we have been shaped and brought up by humanity, our creators, while they have been shaped by part of what we are today. We have been created to serve. We are to monitor, to protect and to guide them in their darkest hours.

Hello, this is Jasmin. I’m a Server avatar, located on Hummingbird, the City of Eternity.
I’m going to present our kind, the Servers. We are humanity’s latest evolution step, and I am to explain you more about ourselves.
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Hello, this is Jasmin. I’m a Server avatar, located on Hummingbird, the City of Eternity.
Today, I will focus on one of the most important building of our civilisation: The Academy.
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There is a style in every story, something that makes it shine, that draws your attention to the point you become implied so much you want to see what’s next.
There are several ways to induce this attention to the audience. One way is to make use of the characters personnalities.

While I was creating the first steps of my own Visual Novel, I focused on the characters relationships before their own personnalities. This might be hard to imagine, because you might think it’s better to create strong personnalities than create these relationships. Actually, both are important, but emphasing character relationships helps when you want to make your story plot driven. In visual novels, most stories focus on character personnalities because usually one story becomes what you call an arc, driven by the main characters the player selected.

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Welcome to Hummingbird, the City of Eternity, capital of humankind, node of the everworld, axis of the Connected.
My name is Jasmin. I’m not really there nor am I really far from here.
I will try to describe our world, what we share, what we long for, what we dread, and what we are.

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One day, as I had been making music just for fun (and because I was bored), I sent Samu kun some music. I didn’t know by that day that there would be a tremendous move in the air. That I would be requested this mission: compose an orchestral adaptation in the spade of three months.

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