Well, everyone remembers my depression and how I never fully got rid of it. There wasn't much to worry about, just validation. That's what I told you.
You see, validation is so important to me. I want to feel loved, and most of my time is spent on the internet.It's true, I wasn't lying to you when I said I was struggling with people ignoring me. It's pretty normal to be mostly ignored for your time on Scratch. But the reason I was so stressed was because I was used to Aria always supporting me. She always said such good things about Sixtale, and since it was my most precious creation, I was SO HAPPY. In those times, I felt like Aria and I were best friends. When she said she'd do fanart for each and every Sixtale character, I was beyond happy. She was one of the nicest people I'd known.
So when she suddenly left, and she didn't come back, I freaked. The last things she told me when she left was that she'd draw each Sixtale character. I assumed that meant she was working on a big project. I stayed the same for a week, though I was sad she wasn't active. When I looked at the comments on her profile, I literally cried. I felt personally offended that the situation happened. Why her? I pretty much fell into despair. I check her profile daily to see if anything else will happen. Yesterday, I found that she had commented on her own profile. She said she was leaving, but she would make Tormenttale a webcomic.
With that answered, I knew I could finally see her SOMEWHERE. That is what put my anger at rest. That is why I'm going to bring back Sixtale. Aria has inspired me and she probably will for the rest of the time I know her.
These are answers that I needed to say. I probably won't respond to the comments. (Though I will read them)