>>106436838>Who is/are your waifu/s?
Actually, that question is a matter of fact.
I can say that Korra is my main waifu but only as a kind of placerholder because my true waifu is one written in a novel using physical basis to the first mentioned.
Or rather, think about it this way: my waifu is a glorified version of Korra, eliminating all the ignorance, egocentrism and mary sue in only a part of her life that progressively learns with the passage of history, including the death of a beloved one that makes her mature in the worst way.
The second but not the most important would be the glorified version of Asami, and even if you do not believe it; in my novel if it has plot weight since it is vital in the development of the protagonist and his girlfriend, which is precisely the glorified version mentioned at the beginning.
Using the same TLOK base, I ended up making her my tritagonist, with the philanthropic personality of Speedwagon and the semi-charismatic of Setzer as possible comparisons.
It could include the glorified version of Lin that works as a protective and half-maternal model of the protagonist product of an incident at a young age or the glorified version of Kuvira that although it comes out at the end of the novel, it has a developed bow and it also has relationship with the argument.>How do you think you will connect with her?
Written in the novel.>How would you approach her?
Written in the novel too.
If you really have an interest in reading, like other anons who have asked me about mentioning the novel but always the threads are eliminated for several reasons, you should know Spanish.Someday I will find an artist interested in creating sketchs of my characters.