How can a single Franchise produce so many top tier waifus?
Give me a few more examples of "waifu factory franchises".
I can only think of LL, but they still don't produce the same quality of waifus.
Just any series where they pump out seemingly endless girls where their central business model is to get you emotionally, romantically and/or sexually interested in their girls. LL is actually pretty small considering how they only have..what, 18 girls?
Strike witches and kancolle comes to mind immediately. Koihime Musou is another. I'm sure there's at least a few more.
Oh, Yes. You're right. I was thinking about "idol" series so I completely missed your examples.
I still can't see why they being one of the first s, makes their waifu quality be so high.
Because they've had a decade to revise and build on their characters multiple times. They literally had a game called 'second vision'.
The creators have figured out the secret- take a fairly standard moe type, and add a little extra interest. Take Konomi for example- standard "adult who looks like a kid". The little extra interest is that she's actually very mature and onee-san in personality (when she isn't being bullied).
[email protected] never has a basic character type without some extra spice. That's how you draw in fans.
Or another example- Mika, the queen of overcompensation.
Ranko, Anya, and Miku are the best.
I loved how Miku was actually a realistic, serious chick laying down some harsh truths for the other idols, despite her cat-based personality.
Am I the only person here who has watched Xenoglossia? seeing assertive Chihaya and those designs feels weird.
Yes, but Chihaya truly loved her mech more than anything
I figured she was referring to the fact that the level of devotion and popularity after all these years undoubtedly means many people are in love with a character from it.
So 'people's waifus', not 'my waifus'.
Or what you said.
What the fuck is Ritsuko doing in that picture?
Just finished watching this. Yayoi a best