Raindrops and Daydreams is a personal blog written by a British anime/game fan with no reservations about writing enormous posts where nobody will ever read them. There is a strong bias towards news and articles which relate to Capcom's fabulous Sengoku Basara series. Over time and with the encouragement of other fans in the comments, this has become more noticeable. Does therapy for Sengoku Basara addiction exist? Why won't the blogger just give in and admit this has actually become a Sengoku Basara website?
The writer is nobody famous and has no great skill at writing. The reviews are generally positive since they're real life purchases and buying things that you won't enjoy is a waste of money. The blogger only attends and reports on interesting-sounding events. On rare occasions some perceived injustice in the fan community flares up and leads to long posts full of self-righteous frustration.
This blogger receives no rewards of any kind for working on this blog; there shouldn't be any ads and none of the shopping links contain referral information. It's just for fun.
All translated material on this blog will contain a prominent link or reference to the original untranslated source within the same post and no harm is meant by its inclusion. Full translations of commercial products are outside the blogger's field of interest.
Feel free to send a nudge on Twitter via @DaydreamsUK if you have anything to say, or leave a comment. Messages in languages other than English are ok too!
(Please note that Twitter follow-back requests will go unacknowledged. People with a lot in common or a fantastically cool profile picture will be followed back without needing to ask.)
In addition, this blogger will delete requests for free copies of commercial stuff; it's terribly rude and a deluge of such requests eventually caused the closure of a previous website. Supporting the creators is important so that they keep making awesome things for their fans to enjoy. Asking questions about anything else is, of course, absolutely fine.