The “no-TL drought” has plagued this group for years now and I just hope we’ll get one after this summer heat is over. But I won’t ignore the fact Aikatsu! is very niche compared to her popular sisters like Idolmaster, PreCure and Normi—Love Live, and it also attributed to this drought we’re experiencing. Sucks Aikatsu! isn’t popular outside Japan.
And this begs the question: How do I get someone to join this small group and stay with us for at least a year? I’ve tried any option I could think of and they didn’t work. Am I going to end up hiring translators to do the stuff I want? If that’s the case, I think I’m willing to negotiate a deal to any translator interested.
Though, I’d rather prefer a translator who translates for fun, instead of translating for money. And besides, the donations Lazy Lily gets will go the books, CDs, and sometimes fees for other things. Additionally, I’m working as a part time writer to get some extra dosh, so maybe I can afford compensating some… Though I’m saving some of it for my Japan trip next February and personally enter an Aikatsu!-only Event to buy some rare book some rare books.
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—SHiN @ Lazy Lily Fansubs