Refreshments from Ch.1 : From the last chapter, Mitsuki saw a familiar back, that resembled Eichi while going out on a date with Takuto. (Along with simple introductions Mitsuki and Takuto.)

Refreshments from Ch.2: Mitsuki tries to take to a guy who resembles Eichi only to find that though his name is Eichi, he have no memory what so ever of Mitsuki. In disappoints she ran away from Takuto, in the end breaking the relationship to a cool down stage.

Don't have to read the next section because I didn't add anything new haha, just want to leave it there for who ever wants to read it!


Karin-Chii: Okay, two things I want all of your readers to know before I start off my story. First thing, I want you guys to remember the plots a bit, because I know some of you, like me, saw/read/watched Full Moon o Sagashite a long time ago, and to some things, you guys have faded memory over, and I don't want you guys to end up confused or lost. And second, for all of you who either only watched the anime or only read the manga, there is a huge difference between those two. Well at some part that is, so before we began, I want to use wiki to explain these two points.

Its really up to you if you want to read it or not, but then I suggest all readers to read it just you know to refresh it, but if you just finished watching it or reading it I guess you can skip the plot part and go on to the second part.

One mistake, for all Mitsuki's name I accidentally mixed it with Matsuki. So sorry about that, but I will fix it in the next chapter!

Wikipedia: [Plot]
12-year-old orphan Mitsuki Kouyama is a talented singer who dreams of becoming a singer, but she is afflicted with sarcoma, which is curable only through a surgery that could ruin her vocal cords, and destroy her ability to sing. The tumor in her throat already affects her ability to breathe well and sing loudly. Her grandmother also hates music and is completely opposed to Mitsuki's wish to audition. Mitsuki's dreams seem impossible to achieve, until one day she is visited by two shinigami, whom only she could see. The shinigami, Takuto and Meroko, inadvertently tip Mitsuki off that she has only one year left to live.

Mitsuki then realizes she cannot wait any longer to fulfill her dream, so she runs away from home and the shinigami, to try to audition for a singing competition. However, the shinigami stop her before she is able to audition. She moves Takuto, the male shinigami, to agree to a compromise: If Mitsuki promises to go quietly when her year is up, he would help her become a singer, so she could leave the world with no regrets. Takuto gives her the ability to transform into a completely healthy 16-year-old, so that she could meet the age requirements of the audition, and sing without hindrance.

Despite heavy competition, Mitsuki wins over the judges with her excellent voice and her enthusiasm for singing, sealing a contract with Seed Records. To conceal her true identity, she chooses the stage name "Fullmoon".

Mitsuki had decided to become a singer two years before, when she was 10 years old. She had made a promise with Eichi Sakurai, a 16-year-old boy she met at her orphanage, that the next time they met, they would both be closer to their dreams. Eichi wanted to become an astronomer and Mitsuki wanted to become a singer. Shortly after, Eichi was adopted and emigrated to America before Mitsuki could express her feelings for him. Mitsuki hopes that by becoming a famous idol, Eichi would be able to hear her sing and realize her feelings for him. This is a tale of growing up, falling in love, awareness of life and death, and desire to move forward. Then later in the series during a Fullmoon's concert (aka Mitsuki) a black thing comes and goes for Mitsuki. Meroko jumps in and protects her and to continue singing. Mitsuki continue singing. Then a lady comes and says they are going to have a punishment. Then she was going to take Mitsuki's life. Takuto says to take his life and saves Mitsuki. Takuto's (aka Takuto from Route L with Mitsuki's father.) (also Takuto died of a motorcycle accident) life is taken so Meroko says to take her life instead of Takuto and let him live. Meroko turns into a angel and Takuto a human. After the surgery in the hospital Mitsuki wakes up and starts crying because Meroko and Takuto disappear and she can't see shinigami anymore. Then at her house her Meroko doll floats away. The doll floats away from Meroko. (Mitsuki is no longer Fullmoon) On the radio people are wondering where is Fullmoon now. Makoda buys flowers for Mitsuki and sees Takuto. When Makoda comes Mitsuki runs past her and her friends. She meets Takuto. Mitsuki yells Takuto in her weak voice then her strong voice. Takuto notices her while holding Meroko's angel feather. Meroko says "farewell Mitsuki." and gives her a kiss on the cheek. Mitsuki sees her and yells Meroko. Meroko disappears into the sky. Then Takuto remembers who Mitsuki is and Meroko. Then it is the end of the TV series.

Wikipedia: [Differences between anime and manga]

Because the manga continued to be written after the anime series completed, the plots of the manga and anime take different paths after the point of Mitsuki's first singing audition. The two stories share common themes, but events develop differently as the series advances, and some of the characters in the anime have different histories and personalities from their manga counterparts.

For example, in the manga, Mitsuki is never allowed to go to school, while in the anime, Mitsuki attends middle school regularly, and many episodes involve her interactions with classmate friends.

Also, in the anime, Mitsuki tries to convince Oshige and Wakaoji that Fullmoon is her "older sister." However, by episode 19, Mitsuki decides to end the charade, admitting to Oshige and Wakaoji that Mitsuki and Fullmoon are one and the same, and that she changes via Takuto's and Meroko's magic. She proves this by performing a transformation in front of them (much to their astonishment), and Wakaoji and Oshige become friends with Takuto and Meroko for the rest of the series. By contrast, in the manga, no human other than Mitsuki knows about the shinigami in detail. Oshige and Wakaoji eventually deduce Mitsuki is also Fullmoon, but they never know specifically how that was accomplished. In only one frame do they mention a time when Mitsuki told them of shinigami, and Wakaoji says simply, "I believe her."

Mitsuki's love for Eichi plays a lead role in her quest to be a singer. When she was 10 years old, she fell in love with Eichi, who was then 16 years old (anime); he was 14 in the manga (relationships with that age difference are allowed in Japan). She wishes to be a singer because she thinks her songs will reach America, where Eichi lives, and will recognize her. However, in the manga, Takuto finds out that Eichi died in a plane crash the day of his departure and Mitsuki knew all along and pretended that he was still alive. In the anime, she goes to America to meet a doctor who might treat her illness and uses the chance to track down Eichi's adoptive family, who tell her that Eichi died in a car accident two months after moving. In both versions, she becomes emotionless and blames herself for his death. In the anime, she is so depressed that she gives up singing, refuses to eat and sleep, stares at a photo of her and him, and considers suicide. In the manga, she continues with singing but does so so that she can exhaust herself to death and "go to the world Eichi is at". At the end of both versions, with the help of her friends, she realizes that Eichi would have wanted her to live and fulfill her dreams, so she continues singing and fulfills her promise to him.

In the manga, Takuto is more blunt about his feelings for Mitsuki, even forcibly kissing her and trying to force himself on her. Mitsuki becomes more aware of her feelings for him earlier and even goes on a date with him. At the end, he awakens from a coma (he wasn't really dead) and reunites with Mitsuki three years later. While in the anime, he holds back his feelings for her and doesn't confess until her final concert. At the end, he is granted a second chance to live and has no memories until Mitsuki calls for him and seems to realize who she is.

In the manga, Meroko still has feelings for Izumi, who is more open about his love for her. Izumi is also more amusing and teasing than his cold and cynical self in the anime. Meroko accepts that she loves Izumi and they become partners again in the manga, while their relationship is left uncertain in the anime.

In the manga, Mitsuki is cured of her illness by her frequent transformations, which lessened her cancer, after she agrees to take the surgery. In the anime, Mitsuki takes the surgery after her final concert and it successfully allows her to keep her voice.


Karinchi: Okay, it's a bit long I admit, but then I do enjoy refreshing myself. If you skip it, its fine, I just want to put it there for people who need refreshment like me.

And so without further ado, let's start the story !


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"You promised me everything," my tears began to shed, "you said you loved me, and now your with Mina?"

"Mitsuki, it's already been 5 years." He paused and looked up, "I have been waiting for you for exactly five years."

"You call this waiting? How is this waiting when your with…" I looked away, not wanting him to see me cry.

"You need to realize something Mitsuki," he cleared his throat and continued, "you were the one who left me behind, you were the one who didn't bother to leave a message, and now you're the one wanting to get the relationship back?"

"I, I wanted to search for answers!" I looked away trying to hide my tears away.

"Answers? You knew the answer you were searching years ago, but then you're always in this kind of denial that makes it impossible to get it to you!"

"I-I…" I was speechless.

"It's over Mitsuki,"





And finally…

"And….cut!" as the director rose his thumbs in the air I turned my head and walked away to my resting station.

"That acting was great! It almost seemed like if it was real!" a blond shorthaired mid age lady walked up to me, handing me a bottle of yogurt drink, and some cookies.

"Thanks," I took the food and tried to smile. Of course it would look real. I mean after all the drama that we are producing at the moment is pretty much our whole conflict, but rewritten, adding more dramatic things into it.

"Hey," Takuto walked up to me blocking the sun in my eyes.

"W-what?" I startled, since he walked up so quietly that I didn't notice. I could feel my heart racing faster, and my face is getting red, but why?

"About that day…" he kneeled down to me since I was sitting, "I'm really sorry about shouting at you, I shouldn't have pushed you to the limit."

"I-it's oaky…it's kind of my fault too for acting up in the middle of a date,"

"What do you think about us then?"

"I think, we should stay like this a little bit longer until I get all my feelings figured out…"

He stood up, "Okay, I'll wait, but remember, just like the drama, if you are going to have me waiting for five years, things might change and it will be too late to get it back."

"I-I know."

Takuto turned around and took his leave, but before he moved I got up and pulled on his sleeve. "Wait!"

"What now?"

"Sorry," I looked down, "for slapping you earlier in the act."

"Don't be sorry, it was part of the play, plus a slap coming from you is way better than a slap coming from a stranger."

I laughed a a little, things got less awkward, but then I still didn't really want him to leave, his presence and him being around me all the time bothering me is like a daily routine already that makes it feel odd and lonely if it stopped.

"Hey Takuto,"



"Can you stay with me until the next scene starts?" I was kind of embarrassed trying to look away.


He smiled, "Of course I can."

And with that, it ended my day on the set. You may be wondering, I been pushing off all the sets that consist of Takuto, so why am I here bothering with this? Answer is simple, many people also realize the sudden push off I have, and to prevent rumors and such our company created a drama series consist of us, trying to use this as a advantage to promote the popularity and fame, though I don't think Takuto needs anymore.

QUESTION QUESTION, HOW DO YOU CREATE A LINE TO SEPARATE TEXT IN FANFICTION? T_T I can never find answer to that question of mine.

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