>>79279204>Isn't Bill just himself then?
This is him. Literally him. No other character can come close to relating to him like this. There is no way you can convince him this is not him. This character could not possibly be anymore him. It's him, and nobody can convince him otherwise. If anyone approached him on the topic of this not possibly being him, then he immediately shuts them down with overwhelming evidence that this character is him. This character is him, it is indisputable. Why anyone would try to argue that this character is not him is beyond me. If you held two pictures of him and this character side by side, you'd see no difference. He can safely look at this character every day and say "Yup, that's me". He can practically see this character every time he looks at myself in the mirror. He goes outside and people stop him to comment how similar he looks and acts to this character. He chuckles softly as he's assured everyday this character is him in every way. He can smile each time he gets out of bed every morning knowing that he's found his identity with this character and he knows his place in this world. It's really quite funny how similar this character is to him, it's almost like they're identical twins. When he first saw this character, he had an existential crisis. What if this character was the real him and he was the fictional being? What if this character actual became aware of his existence? Did this character have the ability to become self aware itself?