I already took the personality test and found out that I am an INFP (healer). Let’s see the chars.
Zuko from Avatar: The Last Airbender
wanna marry me vira
Jason Todd (Robin II/Red Hood) from Batman
that’s…not good. why the hell is jason todd a healer? really now.
Shirou Emiya from Fate/stay night
people die when they are killed
Hisoka and Killua from Hunter × Hunter
...I don’t trust this list anymore.
Andre Grandier from Rose of Versailles
Mithos Yggdrasil from Tales of Symphonia
“This makes them good at encouraging other people’s growth, but can cause them to be too hard on themselves. They can be shy and reserved, but they’re incredibly passionate and intelligent individuals with an innate need to change the world.”
MITHOS IS A BRAT WHO TOOK THINGS LITERALLY. The only upside is this is that Lloyd is just like Mithos (according to Kratos) and I like Lloyd.
I agree with the definition but some of these characters are just ????.
I find myself still invested with TWM. I think I can write the plot better. I really need to write down a to-do list so I can get back instantly on working on it. I think I can actually open it soon. Last time I worked on it (…April, apparently), most of the system were done.
Oh! I do believe the most difficult job remains to be completing the 108 Stars list >.>;
Wherever I go, my plot page is always unpopular.
Not that I care about it. It’s rather amusing. I wouldn’t change how I write it.
Qin Shi Huang is the Caster summoned by the Yggdmillenia family. As the founder of China, his strength will rival all other Servants though in a straight battle, he is likely to lose no matter what . Qin Shi Huang lacks any form of magecraft and wields a sword unbefitting that of a Caster, his best class. His form of strength is different from all other Servants. His lies in the creation of a kingdom and the use of individual talent.
Qin Shi Huang is a unique Heroic Spirit but this quality of him is more disadvantageous for a Master. Summoning him requires deference from the Master or any involvement to his country. His Territory Creation, a necessary component for his survival, can only be built underground. He will also require copious amount of prana for sustenance. With all these demanding conditions, it’s easy to conclude that there are many better Servants to pick.
Should these demanding conditions be met, however, the Master would be rewarded with miraculous feats, such with the impenetrable Great Wall, the information-erasing flames, and the independent-thinking familiars of his terracotta army. Still, compared to other Servants, Qin Shi Huang’s Noble Phantasms are not tactically sound for a normal Grail War. At best, he is a novelty Servant.
He can also be summoned as a Saber or as a Berserker. Though Saber is considered the best class, it is the worst class to summon Qin Shi Huang in.
 He’ll even lose against another Caster, it’s embarrassing. The only reason he might not lose against an Assassin would be out of pure luck…
I didn’t start playing canon characters until a few years ago when I went back to roleplaying. I’ve grown fond of them ever since.
1. Kouji Minamoto (Digimon Frontier)
Kouji became a favourite for me that I couldn’t think of playing any Digimon canon besides him anymore. I’ve elaborated my reasons why in Aononakade so it feels redundant saying it here again. I admit that my writing may not be doing justice but I love his character. I enjoy writing him regardless and I empathize with him a lot.
2. Keith Anyan (Toward The Terra)
Keith came out of nowhere, out of pure whim, and somehow dominated the more exposed Soldier Blue I played. Playing Keith is empowering. While writing Blue was the best I had in roleplaying, Keith was obviously easier to relate with. The topic of man’s relationship with nature and himself is very engaging to work with. Keith’s mind is very fun to explore.
…and there we have it! Yes, there are just two as of the moment. Wallace should deserve a spot here but he’s on the same boat as Soldier Blue. Writing them were my best pieces but they were more like roles I felt like playing than personally attaching myself. Both their stories are complete for me. I doubt I’ll be seriously playing them again anytime soon.
I was thinking of Kino from Kino No Tabi but I have not played her long enough for me to tell. Same goes for Kaldur’ahm from Young Justice.
I’m hoping Ying Zheng from Kingdom makes it to this list. I was tempted to add him already because I really love my concept of him, but I’m still struggling on how to write him. Adding him now would be a bad idea. At this point, Xin would deserve a spot better than Zheng.
Pelleas from the Tellius Series should be here too. But I must play him more. Someday, someday…