Haha, that's the reason why I like Emi! xD She's a healthy person emotionally and physically, and therefore would have a healthy relationship with Hisao. If anything, she would help him, which I think would be a more interesting end. I don't think that means there won't be character development -- people can be totally normal and still have ways to grow and change. I dunno personally I'm sick of moeblobs that are overly clingy and need support.Panty Supervisor wrote:Yeah, I didn't really like the end. At first, Emi was my least favorite character, but recently, I have started to like her a little more. My problem with Emi is that she's too cheerful for my taste. This may sound horrible, but I want to see her cheerfulness destroyed, I want to see something bad happening to her (Oh god, that actually DOES sound horrible and I hate myself for saying it). It's just that I don't see much of a possibilty for character development. Emi gives me the impression that she is perfectly fine: She has no problems and she doesn't need Hisao - she doesn't need anyone.Quell wrote:Although I kinda wonder if Emi would be a more clear second if her ending was less "blah".
I wouldn't say no to a yandere Emi, though, because that's , but I doubt that would happen. >__>; Honestly though I hope that the Emi writer keeps on going down the path that was outlined in Act I and expands on the character without much major drama because I think there is going to be more than enough with the other girls.