There will be not much text I can see all the hate right now xD
Yawn still not leaving alright then fine by me Isn't this boarding
Anyway you will get board and leave
Wow if you're reading this am impressed ok I'll stop here Just kidding :3 Ok ok I know your mad I'll stop Alright sorry ok I'll leave (P.S I just did this for fun no hate alright thanks if you made it this far your amazing)
Yes the character descriptions outline elements I find are shared with or reminiscent of the person in question.
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George is well-liked by and courteous with everybody. He's well-mannered, competent, and has the rare talent of getting along with people across the near-infinite spectrum, including the most petulant and whimsical. He has an admirable firmness on the decisions he makes for himself and remains unfazed in his dedication to them before even the most looming or furious authority figures. His presence dispels stagnant air in that he can deftly work out a tense atmosphere and move the mood somewhere better, culminating in someone who is difficult to truly dislike on a cursory level and easy to like. He's attractive as a community member and acknowledges the important of cooperation in that community and the importance of a positive environment, coming through with a respectable sense of honor and good sportsmanship. Unfortunately, he tends to show an emotional rashness and selfishness at times. His forte is in mass appeal through good superficial impressions and, while he follows through privately, if you dig at him enough, he can become venomous, though he's always a good sport about it (at least openly). He can reach a grotesque, ruthless pettiness he expresses secretively if something goes against him, but this one doesn't apply to you (as far as we can see of course :smirk:).
ngl that goat looks cool
Jessica's really fun and she makes for a good friend, which she shows through her enthusiastic interactions with Shannon. She's not necessarily upbeat, but she's extremely considerate—to a fault—and has a charming sort of drive and extraversion when she's with people she can let loose with. She's particularly timid when she's not in her comfort zone and this can extend to an inane but cute anxiety because as soon as she finds her footing she completely replaces that anxiety with an excited confidence, and I think this is a shift you'll soon undergo in your moderation. She's such a loyal person to her most cherished people that she would really do anything for them, and not in the wishy-washy sense you'll often find if you ask most people if they'd do anything for their loved ones. She has a sad inner conflict where she's fighting between living the life ordained for her and using her time away from home as an escape to really be her excited self, and it wears on her all the time, but she rarely brings it up. This conflict explains the anxiety she has in new situations and in putting herself out there, but she's overall a really nice and sincere person, and it's hard to not be happy for her when she succeeds.
These are all things that make me think of you and your circumstances with work and behavior here. Oh, and she's also athletic, which I know you like. The track I've chosen for you is a pop-rock song version of Hope. I chose it because I know you like Hope and because Jessica's actually a singer for a band, too.
Ange is a tragic character who became jaded as a result of her past, but even in face of her hardships, she values the people she has like no other. Because she's jaded, she went from someone starry-eyed and curious to someone outwardly more cynical, cold and tired. Her demeanor is aloof and no-nonsense sometimes, but what's touching about her is that she's emotional under her cold shell and has trouble not having the few people she loves around her. Her emotions used to waver significantly before the struggles she faced, but after witnessing the lost magic left behind by her cousin, her world gained color and she found a spiritual bond with the people she lost instead of a nihilistic dread because they're not in her physical vicinity. The cold shell is an obvious facade; she cherishes her loved ones and feels more confident in herself through them and she lives not only for herself, but for them, too. She's very passionate about the endeavors she decides to invest in, which ends up in her projects all having a lot of heart and effort put into them with an air of melancholy about them. If her endeavors fail, she becomes very crestfallen and afraid of being hurt again, but she eventually learns to press on regardless.
I chose the track Wingless for you, because I think it represents your struggles through life perfectly and how you continue to walk forward—defeated as you may feel—and reach toward the sky. I know you like more sentimental tracks, too, and the track in general is one of Ange's main themes.
do it you wench
Ronove used to be one of my favorite characters when I was midway through the story until I was about three-quarters through. You can probably tell by his portrait, but he's a very clever and funny character. He's mischievous even with whoever he serves, and his cleverness is enough that he could get away with sly jabs at much more higher-ranked characters. While he's mostly mischievous and silly, he knows when to behave more solemnly, and in those times he's especially mature and felicitous about his conduct. He has a strong understanding of context and is generally a confident person, both of these resulting in social excellence. He's very good-humored and doesn't discriminate about who becomes the target of that humor, either, being very cordial when others mock or pull a prank back on him. Aside from all these, he's also actually a very educated and well-read individual, which most people tend to overlook or never dare take the time to find out. It's interesting how he's one of the more directly intelligent characters yet is generally in a position of subservience. For all his intelligent and good intellectual and comedic sportsmanship, he's very self-aware and knows exactly who he is and what his place is.
I chose the track Life for you because it has a confident and intelligent tone. I love how passionate and inspiring it sounds and, while it doesn't give that mischievous air Ronove reminds me of regarding you, I think you can understand the importance of the sort of call to arms this track sounds like it's making, for all the defeated and yet persisting people out there.
Goatdamn he got a body like a freighter
Kanon is slightly timid, like Jessica above, but he has different reasons for it. Where Jessica is timid because of her forceful surroundings, Kanon has visceral issues with himself that cause him to be self-destructive. He's very pragmatic, but he'll often find self-defeating reasons to not pursue a goal that could get him out of whatever bad situation he's in for false ideas that he's not worthy or not human enough to be given an easy way out. He has an inner anger that he shows mostly in private which comes up as a wry sort of bitterness and cynicism towards most other people. Pushed far enough, he can get rather aggressive, but these all stem from those visceral issues with himself. He doesn't need to have some of these issues, and he knows it even more viscerally than where his mocking self-loathing roots. When he gets beyond these, he's a very smart and sweet but naive, rash and misunderstood person. He actually has a pretty cute sense of humor when he opens up a bit, even though he's so afraid to and goes back and forth between opening and closing up. His rashness gets him into trouble with other people based on silly miscommunications, but his intentions are always either to defend someone he cares about or vent his anger. He's a really good friend, though. He wouldn't betray someone he became close to unless he thought it was for their own good, and he's much better a person than he gives himself credit for (also he was really good at school and succeeded academically, where I know you will too).
I chose the track Apathy for you, Snatch Steal. You can hear that begrudging self-defeatism in the tone of the track, and you can feel an air of innocent struggle of someone kind of lost, but you can also sense a relaxed and optimistic underlying tone. It's very hopeful and you can tell that even in one's inner struggles, there's a lot of genuine good behind most of the person's acts.
Rudolf is a fun character and I actually think he fits you perfectly even though I barely know you. He's like Ronove, where he's funny, mischievous and felicitous, but in a more macabre sense. Now, I know you're not actually a macabre person, but this point shines through in its darker solemnity. Dae at his most serious feels much lighter than you being mildly serious. Rudolf is like this, where while he's often smug or silly, he an very quickly become almost grimly serious when the time calls for it, with remarkably keen insights that you wouldn't normally expect from someone of his ilk. He has a good understanding of leadership and strategy, and he's very much willing to act decisively to do what needs to be done. Outside of these, though, he's often messing around or making scathing but funny remarks about others. He's good in a team, too, and he's a playboy. Part of his history is that he used to date a lot of women in his youth, actually, and I think this all combined to make someone who is very adult when they have to be—to a more striking degree than Ronove would imply—but unable to really stand being bored as a result of always having someone to play with on a whim.
I don't even know umineko is but I'm ready.
K, posting a comment and hoping to get the one that i am thinking of.
Jessica eventually came to remind me of you, and I think you'd be able to relate to her if you read the story. It was eventually just an association because I know you like the sporty, athletic, upbeat looking girls, but the character rings through too.