Yes, especially in the unadapted bits.
She's not your wife, she's Tohru's husband.
You bet she is.
I certainly think so.
Lucky Star doesn't have a lot of Drama, but I could really feel her in the Episode where she had to shopping.
There's a lot of nuance that most people seem to miss.
No, but i love her just the same
Yes. Mai has personal goals and desires, she has a nice character arc in her series and she does not fall under any anime girl stereotype.
>and she does not fall under any anime girl stereotype.
And yet everytime you post about her personality you say the same 3 things: how nice she is, how much she worries about her friends and and about oversoming I forgot what about her family.
Mai is brave, cheerful, optimistic, polite, quick-thinking, levelheaded, capable, sincerely cares for others, values her friends above all else, hates people who treat others like objects, wants to earn her distant father's affection and approval, is selfish when it comes to food, is athletic and is interested in reptiles and in mysterious creatures.
>having and incest victim as a waifu
Sorta, but I love her regardless of how well or not well she's written.
Yes. One of the best tsunderes of all time
Yes, but almost everyone hates her to a laughable degree. She's perfectly imperfect.
Not my fault Kobayashi is total waifu material.
You could say she's put together real well!
She's a bit of a Mary Sue sometimes.
Being well written comes with being perfect, so yes
My waifu is awesome.
Ahaha it's not exactly all friendship.
But the fact is she had to learn to confide in other allies. While a dumb demon was whispering in her ear to just leave it to fate and roll the dice.
It was a self-perpetuating mistake. Happiness isn't deserved in the end. It is taken. Friendship wasn't everything. She needed to believe the dice roll could be overturned.
Also Lambda made the game pretty rigged from the start.
Relatively. She's a supporting character, but she got a backstory chapter and a pretty telling drama CD.
She's simple to begin with, nothing wrong with that
They do in this case since they're part human
Yes, but those who don't put thought into the series she's in will say no.
thats ofc another way to describe her
i want to say yes - but i am obviously biased
Well she doesn't have a lot in the way of trying to make her into some witty or eloquent girl (characters like Haruhi and Horo people only like because they never shut up really don't do it for me) but I think there's a lot about her character hinted at rather than shown.
Just seeing the extreme shift in her personality after she
diesreally caught my attention. It became love afterwards.
No. She literally never physically appears in her source material as she's dead before the story even begins. She exists to fuel another character's man pain and her character is built completely to support his.
I love her regardless.
Yes, thanks to her unadapted spinoffs and two main volumes that were focused on her.
In all honesty, I don't know. I only watched her anime adaptation, and I'm still going through her source material at a very slow pace since it's untranslated and I can only get a maximum understand of the text if I go the super autistic way of transcripting character by character befrore compilling them on a doc.
Oh, I know who she is now, anon. Quite the obscure waifu. I can't say I understand how people can fall in love with characters with so little screentime. I guess her short appearance must have had quite the impact on you?
Guess that was a bit of a giveaway. Yeah, she’s incredibly obscure and I don’t blame you. Can’t say I expected to fall in love with her like I did, but it happened and I love her for all that she is (and unfortunately isn’t). I’ve loved her for almost two years this coming August.
And yes, her story, however brief, did have a very heavy impact on me. Mostly, it just made me want to protect her. For such a wonderful, kind woman, she had an incredibly unfair, horrific life from start to finish. She deserves someone who truly loves her, which I do.
Like everything else in the K-On anime adaption, yes.
My waifu is the most well written character in her entire franchise.
But love is blind, and people in love tend to rate their partner higher or see them in a way others cannot. I think she is the most wonderful girl in the world, and I get mad if someone criticizes her or says she is badly written.
I think that's the difference between love and true love. You accept her flaws, but you love them as well. For example, if my waifu wasn't this violent girl who tends to hit me for little things she wouldn't really be her anymore, I came to love that side of her too.
>implying they cant be both
She's a well written character in a rather average manga.
Thanks to the author's habit of making flavor-based jokes, my wife (dragon) Tohru has a vibrant, multi-faceted foundation beneath her personality even if most of it goes effectively unused.
Thankfully, I can do the extra writing for her sake.
Second season never. More Kon VA never. Feels bad.
>Has an awsome brother
You bet she is.
No, and it bothers me. A well above average character design, a nice, non-overused personality, and that's about it. I don't know anything about her, and I'm afraid my love for her will eventually fade because of it.
No, but that's part of the appeal
if I wanted a well written, realistic wife I'd just go out and get a real gf
the reason she is my waifu is the fact that she's so good and kind and pure that she could never exist in real life.
>we'll never get a good BRS story again
I feel your pain.
what are the requirements for being "well written?""
I think I might finally find out when her birthday is after 10 novels and 2 seasons, so no, not really.
For all the small problems with this anime, she was the best part of season 2
Yes. Her autism is one of a kind and entirely compatible to mine.