I guess you have a point there. I think I may change her back, since as it turns out, being unable to speak, the bullying, and using a notebook to communicate is a bit too similar to Shouko http://www.mangapark.com/manga/koe-no-katachi/c0/all.FoxtrotZero wrote:Wow. Really glad I can return to this thread without the prospect of being the only one participating. First, I guess I'll comment on some old posts;Haemophilia is rare in the general population of females, yes, but Yamaku isn't a regular sample. I guarantee you that if you picked a really rare disease, the chances of finding someone with it at Yamaku go up a hundredfold. Particularly given that we're creating fictional characters and can thus stretch the boundaries of practicality, unless it's something that's only been documented a few times or something, I don't think "that's a rare condition" is a valid reason. Even if it's rare, that means someone is afflicted with it.pandaphil wrote:Originally she had haemophilia, but it turns out thats so rare in women that its pretty unlikely.
Never realized coming up with a disability could be such a challenge.