>>3406672>aspirations or dreams?
Definitely, his worldview is part of what drew me in, as bleak (and often painful) as it is. Existence is pain, so find comfort in art, fantasize about burning down the status quo, and maybe do some traveling. >tackling hardships
My attitude would probably piss him off a lot.He tends to get broody and very emotional, while I tend to focus on rational solutions. On the other hand, I have a hard time translating my feelings or allowing myself to experience them, which ends up biting me in the ass more often than not.
I also like to think he's helped me work on that last part.
I suppose the magic lies in the fact that we're both idealistically loyal and honest, so we'd work on a problem rather than abandon ship. As for general hardships, we're both used to awful poverty, dangerous environments, and shitty living conditions, so I wouldn't be afraid to brave it all by his side.>under pressure
Always on his toes, never slips, ready for the unexpected. I admire his control and quick thinking. He'll break down occasionally but that's understandable. >>3406487
Uuu, meta questions. I love these.>imagining him
Stylized 3D, kind of like in videogames, if that makes any sense. Or regular 3D, if my head isn't a mess. It's mostly a side effect of falling for him while reading the novel rather than witnessing his story visually.
I occasionally contemplate 2D art of him that I will probably never attempt drawing or attempt and fail miserably (to the point where it makes me hate ever trying). >in our world
I often imagine he's around when I go for a walk on my own. >>3398765
I do it a lot, especially if I'm going through a though phase or having trouble falling asleep. Sometimes, when I'm lucky and the planets align, I end up dreaming him. >>3398822
Never had any. It's all in my head anyway. Having to look at a printed cover would make it more difficult to be honest. I do cuddle with a body pillow sized (unrelated) plushie tho.