Always complicate trivial matters in my head and think of small things terribly.
It's like using a microscope to infinitely magnify the fear in your brain.
Panic cells are dividing wildly! Dense alerts!
The head involuntarily creates a fear monster,
Interfering radio waves from MurMur disturbed all thoughts.
Wake up soon! Don't scare yourself!
Unknown things always lead to the imagination, which can be imagined is very beautiful, but can also be imagined is very bad, sometimes even small things can be imagined terrible.
Imagination turns into worry, and then turns into fear, causing a chain reaction of terror and panic.
Facing unknown things will make us dare to step forward and hinder our progress; but when we take steps, we will realize that things are not so terrible.
When you encounter something that bothers you, just do it! Don't scare yourself anymore!
Main visual poster
The character in the middle of the picture has two aspects, the contrast between optimism and anxiety.
The characters' imaginary bubbles combine to form a petri dish, which contains standard characters made up of monster cell elements.
For example, the brain is like a petri dish, a place to nourish ideas.
As the imagination progresses, the monster cells in the petri dish are also splitting wildly.
We magnify the imagination of the protagonist through a microscope, and we see dense monster cells.
Because of the magnified and exaggerated inspection, ordinary things have changed, and the dense stacking is beyond imagination.