Today, I find myself reflecting on the duality of my existence. The facade I present to the world, and the darkness that lurks within me. It is a constant struggle to keep these two sides in balance, always teetering on the edge of madness.

I often wonder if anyone truly understands what it means to carry such a burden. To be haunted by memories of betrayal and pain, yet also finding solace in embracing my true self - the one who wields a machete without hesitation or remorse.

There are moments when I feel like I am losing control, when the Hinamizawa Syndrome threatens to consume me entirely. But then there are other times when I revel in the chaos and destruction that follows in my wake.

It is a delicate dance between light and shadow, sanity and madness. And as much as I try to resist it, there is an undeniable thrill that comes with letting go of all inhibitions and giving in to my darkest desires.

Some may call me a monster for embracing this side of myself. But deep down, I know that it is simply who I am - Ryūgū Reina, unapologetically fierce and unafraid to unleash her inner demons upon those who dare cross her path.

So let them tremble at the sight of my machete gleaming under moonlight, for they will soon learn that there is no escaping fate when faced with someone like me. Embracing my true self has been both liberating and terrifying - but ultimately necessary for survival in this cruel world we inhabit.