Good morning, everyone. This is Kidou Yuuto.
[Almost anyone would recognize that familiar introduction, and the boy who was sitting with his arms crossed, staring sternly into the feed. Yes, boy, that means good ol' Kidou is back to his regular self, like everyone else who was affected during the most recent experiment. And surprisingly or maybe not surprisingly, he doesn't seem as down in the dumps about what happened. In fact... it's almost as if he was pumped, his whole aura was on fire!]
I'd like to skip the formalities this time, and get right to the point of this post. [Meaning he's not going to ask how everyone is or who all had experienced what he had or what have you like he normally would after an event.]
In light of what had happened recently, I've realized a few things.
I've realized just how precious my life is.. and how precious the bonds I've gained are. Though everything is really fuzzy... while I was in that state of mind, of being there for so long, I remember feeling... empty. I didn't have a lot of friends left, and I don't think I had treasured them enough while I had the chance....
Well that's going to change.. I won't take any of my friendships for granted anymore than I already have, and I want to take this chance to say...
[And he stands up and backs away from the screen, bowing deeply.]
Thank you, everyone. I'm very grateful for all of the people I've had the chance to meet, and I'll never forget any of you, even if we have to part ways one day.
[He returns to his seat and clears his throat a little, before his eyebrows lower a bit, indicating that he's getting really serious.]
And another thing...
Everyone... don't you find it a little strange, that they would do something like raise our age and experience in the Tower for an experiment? I've noticed some people thinking that it means that we'll be in this place that long but... I don't think that's the reason for it at all.
I think they know we won't last here as long as they'd like, and they were testing to see how we would react being in there that long, because they won't get to see it by waiting. Otherwise, there's not really much of a reason to something like that. And even though the experiments they put us through are cruel and heartless... they have a reason for each one, right?
I think about that, and I can't help thinking that we're going to have a chance to leave. It gives me a newfound hope for what lies ahead, I feel like I can endure anything they throw at us, because it'll be worth it in the end. [He smiles.]
We can make it!
[He hopes this post will be able to cheer at least a few people up, and give them hope too. He's not very good at boosting morale like his Captain was, but if he can be even a little bit like him, he's sure his good intentions will get across somehow!]