Ilyushka's Reflections

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Welcome to this course on Unsouping Your Life(tm).

What Even is This

Ilyushka got tired of forgetting which Designer’s Reflections they were working on upgrading and also loves organizing data. I originally created this reference for my own use, but I thought maybe at least one other person might want to look at it.
Yes, I may keep multiple charts and spreadsheets for fun for things that absolutely do not require that much tracking.
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How Does This Work

This reference can help you sort your Reflections into interactive charts by Awakening Status:
Awakened — Self-explanatory.
In-Progress — You’re actively working on these.
Backlog — You want to get to these eventually.
Asleep — You don’t care about awakening these and they can go in the soup pot with Loen. 💀

On top of tracking awakening status, I’ve also included additional views and flags to assist in allocating resources such as:
Echo & Full Suit Availability — Do you already have an echo & the suit, are you grinding for one via crafting or shadow crystals, or are you hoping for a rerun of a pavilion?
Tier & Overall Level — How powerful are they? Are they at a high enough level to reach the required # of stars to be awakened?
Star Rank — Are they at enough stars to be awakened once you have an echo?

How to Get Started

—It’s free, and you can just use a burner Google account if you want!
After you’ve signed up and logged in, head to the template version of this tracker:
Click on the blue [Copy doc] button in the top-right hand corner, and you’ll be able to create a version of it for yourself.
Once your new framework document has been created:
Change the thing’s name to yours! Or don’t, whatever.
Take a look at the Read Me page for some more instructions before you begin.
Each page also has its own supplementary advice and filtered table views, but you don’t have to pay attention to these if you don’t want to, I just included them for completionism’s sake.
You can see my use of the system in .

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