PC went to hell and so did my entire image collection of him.
2 year anniversary creeping up in about a week or two give or take (since I don't have a fixed date for it). Have no idea how to celebrate.
Went through a whole questioning period, even though my feelings for him haven't changed. Caught myself crushing on another character, mildly freaked out, then realized I liked them mostly because of how similar they are. I also would not have been capable of feeling things like this if it wasn't for him, if that makes any sense. It lacks the whole meta aspect though, that "he feels so real" vibe Nezumi still gives me, so I don't know what to make of this. Has anyone gone through a similar experience? If so, how did you work through it? >>3419646>Oh look a mouse
Hah, cute, probably one of his friends. >Chinese food
Not specified but he'd probably just be content with not going hungry.>New years
Nothing specified. Would have fit into the story though, since part of the plot unfolds during late autumn/winter. I think he'd enjoy the mistletoe thing. >>3416905>merch
He'd be hyped, he relishes the celebrity treatment.>last name
He doesn't have one. Would love to at least know what his real first name is but alas.>morning routine
Not at all, really. Coffee together and not a whole lot of talking. His hair would be a cute mess.>>3420515>how would he feel about being from a work of fiction in this universe?
There is no other character I would like to see more in this situation. Given how much of bookworm he is, the meta aspect of it would be awesome. Then he'd either be upset for being a broody YA protagonist or disappointed that he's not a popular one. At any rate, he'd be very self-aware. I'd be curious to see how he feels about his story. I'd also venture to say that this question/aspect is a huge part of why I love him.>>3420713>clutter
Books, books everywhere, on anything, from classic russian doorstoppers to DIY guides.