(Oh wait, reffing the wrong series. EDIT: Also, realising just how misleading this post name is for people expecting something else. My bad.)
Seeing as how the amount of time I’ve spent doing nothing on the pages is stretching into “eons”, I’m thinking of… well, doing something.
Namely, going back to the more difficult or complex Lexicon entries and try to better them – or actually work on them if I didn’t translate it at the time – and to start with, I have the entry on Byakuu up in Concepts, which will probably be the first page I start working on (since there’s some Bible information I wanted to add to it, and after that I can move to other Bible parts).
PS: I think this particular entry was already translated by Del Rey’s English release. Not that this is really my concern.
PPS: Actually, doing that Lexicon entry reminded me of something else…
Kakine’s whole body was covered by what looked like a white cocoon as he came out of the shop. No, that was wrong. The things spreading out by themselves, were wings. The six angel-like wings on his back were beating slowly.
Accelerator frowned slightly.
“They look like shit on you, you fairy-tale bastard.”
“Oh, don’t worry – I’m aware of that.”
“Did you know that the world is made of particles?”
As he did this, he protected himself with his wings. Whenever Accelerator’s right hand pierces one of his wing, at the same time Kakine would transform it, scattering it into countless feathers – this prevented the impact from transferring directly to his body.
“Particles are even smaller than molecules and atoms. Gauge bosons, leptons, quarks… then there are hadrons created from quarks and antiparticles. Well, most of them are split into a few categories. Basically, the world is made of these particles.”
However, Kakine murmured,
“That common sense doesn’t apply with my Dark Matter.”
Boom! Together with the bellowing wind, six wings sprouted again from the back of Kakine Teitoku.
“The Dark Matter I create are substances that don’t exist in this world. I’m not talking about any cheap loopholes like ‘we haven’t discovered them yet’ or ‘they must theoretically exist’. They really, don’t.“
I am really looking forward to seeing this animated. Eventually.