Blame that rock on the ground.

It seems like not everyone is understanding our situation. I know many of you are disappointed and upset about Kocchi Muite Waratte putting on-hold but we had our reasons.

Guys, everyone is getting busier in real life. One of our JPN translators will bid farewell from us and scanlation soon. We only have 1 active typesetter and  cleaner. I’m having problems in life too. Please understand that not all our time is devoted in working on scanlations :((

And again, we do not drop projects unless they got licensed or is being worked on by other groups. We are aware that we update them really, freaking, slow but we are trying to finish our old projects one by one, and release everything all in one go :|

If you understand that, I’m gonna go back to my emo corner.

  15 comments for “Blame that rock on the ground.

  1. 12/17/2015 at 4:04 AM

    well, we all need to grow more patience here. It’s not like scanlators do this as their main thing in life…. It’s okay to take time when you are busy or feel like, “I can’t do this anymore!” Coming back and sharing your work with us whenever you can is just good enough for me, although I cannot deny that I’ll be happier if you are more active~ :*D Thank you for staying with us even when life keeps you busy!! <3

    • xryuchan27
      12/17/2015 at 4:55 AM

      I will try to be active starting next year.

  2. Ixtli
    12/10/2015 at 11:13 AM

    Hahaha wow. I can understand people being upset but not upset at YOU. Even if you decided not to do it just because you didn’t feel like it they still don’t have a right to be upset. Scanlations are a privilege, not a right. FFS.

  3. lune
    12/03/2015 at 8:16 PM

    sorry to hear what happened. I hope everything will be alright! RL is really hard when it hits hard! keep calm dont over stress your self.

  4. lou
    12/02/2015 at 1:18 PM

    Most of us greatly appreciate all you do….sorry if a few are giving you a hard time about this.

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