EC2151

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    Ryu Hayabusa (+2300)

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    I have played the piano since I was 5, and was writing music not long after. Please check out my soundcloud for examples of my work. I have composed game soundtracks and a few short film soundtracks. If you have an offer, please message me! I am very enthusiastic for new projects.
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    Museum Curation; Music Composition

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    FL Studio
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    Arrangement & Orchestration
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    Piano

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  1. Referencing a comment you made on "Devil's Advocate."

    Every Single Touhou title actually has a fairly good reason for being named that way. For example: Phantasmagoria means "a shifting series of phantasms, illusions, or deceptive appearances, as in a dream or as created by the imagination" (dictionary.com). Gensokyo is known as a land of illusion, so it fits, and also explains two games.

    Let's look at 2 other games.

    Touhou 6, Romanized as "Touhou Koumakyou: Embodiment of Scarlet Devil." Touhou Koumakyou means "Eastern Lands of the Scarlet Devil." The title is redundant, but it still makes sense.

    Touhou 10, Romanized as "Touhou Fuujinroku: Mountain of Faith. Touhou Fuujinroku means "Eastern Wind God Chronicles." Again, it makes sense within the game.

    Apologies if I was rude, but I was just pointing out thatm yes, there actually is a naming convention, and each game's name fits into the plot/characters in some way.