Just a land god to be fair, her job is basically being a janitor and she get's replaced anyways.
Reminder that Snake is a bad person but a good character.
also best girl incidentally
Probably pampered a bit too much growing up. She has a perfect idea of love which she believes can only be kept by killing the person she loves before they get ruined. It's pretty cute actually
I'm an anti-snakefag and I don't think she's a bad character.
She's not the most interesting character like snakefags would lead you to believe and she's a shit person but she did give us some good arcs.
>found out her love interest had a gf
>went around talking to a hair accessory for a few days
>then broke into love interests room, became a god
>then spent several months putting him near death every time he tried to help her.
Crazy for sure.
As a character she's completely shallow, static, and her development lacks any kind of interesting conflict. The process she undergoes during Otori is interesting, but the lack of continuity in Ai pisses me off. She becomes a Goddess and finally gain the power to change herself, evolve, but instead she chooses to saty the same spoiled brat. She can do everything she wanted to, but choses not to because she's too comfortable being the way she is.
Hell, she couldn't even face the "Nadeko" she wanted to be without needing to undergo a mental breakdown.
I do see what you're saying, but most of the stuff you mentioned is completely within Nadeko's character. She's not mentally healthy and she does things wrong, but that's not a result of bad characterization.
Oh right, that makes more sense. She's for sure not as developed as most of the other girls, although I wouldn't say she's shallow. She was shallow in Bake, but isn't anymore.
Literally the same characters
>She doesn't change at all
She changes when kaiki convinces her that love is not everything in the world. If she didn't change the series would have been over with koyomi and shinobu getting killed.
She doesn't truly believe that and that's the reason why she can never see Araragi again. Her "new" self would fall apart.
She let Kaiki deceive her, after all.
That's true, but she's still kinda shallow by comparison.
>She doesn't truly believe
What makes you say that? She doesn't really love Araragi which is why she let him go. She allowed Kaiki to deceive her because the points he made was true.
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