I call myself the traveller.
There isn’t much to be said in what I do.
After all, I travel. That is all.
I travel across dimensions.
In summary, you could call myself
A dimension traveller.
Is my identifier.
The remnant of my maiden name
That I chose to keep for my title.
It helps me mark myself
Amongst the thousands of other travellers
I know are out there.
I’ve traveled across dozens of territories, and likely hundreds more. Each world contains their stories, and I strive more than ever to put them into song.
As I cross into a new dimension, I carry with me the tunes of my origin world, wonderful works of power oft foreign to these extrasolar systems. In these new worlds, I offer my services, promising to play a set for their nations’ peoples. In return, I would partake in their traditions, learning of their histories as I go.
During my adventures, I work to turn these tales into melodies, and eventually into full-blown tracks, with the portable wares that I brought with me. If time allows, I may release the tracks I made during my stay in those worlds.
If not, and the currents sweep me away, the next world will be able to hear those songs, and the stories within.
As I leave each dimension, I strive to leave on a good note with their inhabitants, and perhaps a musical memento of my appearance.
Rarely do I return to a world that I visited, but sometimes a world’s culture inspires me so much that only with multiple songs can I do it justice, so you might hear its voice again. But rarely do I dwell upon a single universe, for that would impede my destined goal—the whole reason why I’ve travelled for so long.
So long, dear reader, and I hope to see you again in my travels.
- Dtr. Guo