Over six-hundred pages worth of notebook paper. I want to find out if I can make it much better than the time that I had written it. From what I had read, a lot of it was more clever than I had thought, and I even laughed a couple of times at some of the dialogue. But after having stopped unexpectedly, and checking back on it after five years' absence... I saw that there were problem areas. I mean, the "Prologue" of the second part alone was over a hundred pages. A HUNDRED!!! How in the hell did I manage that? Not in a good way, either. How many pages of that is wasted content?! Admittedly, I was at a very low point in my life at that time. I don't even remember everything about the plot, what I had originally intended. I only know that they are my own take on magical girls, along with some commentary that is surprisingly still relevant today... but I think that they were to take on a demon tower in the future. I had ended the story on a cliffhanger. I hope to find out soon enough, but I already suspect that it may change in meaning in the process. By now, I'm ready to accept that. There are already two characters that I have decided to cut. They contributed little to the plot, and I replaced another, and renamed two. That should reduce some words, which will reduce the pages of notebook paper. There will be other pages of content that I will have to cut out entirely. So I'll envision those loose leaf papers as an army of over 600. My pen is my sword. I'll start cutting. At the end of this, how many of that 600 will be reduced? Let the fun begin! I'm going to enjoy killing the wasted content!