While I was designing The Hero
of my story, I couldn't help but notice how feminine he turned out to be.
Appearance-wise, he's a very pale Dude Looks Like a Lady
(and yes, he's a Bishōnen
) who is frequently mistaken for a girl. Once he came to school wearing female uniform and everyone, including The Lancer
, mistook him as a girl and some even tried to ask him out. He even wears a ribbon (you know, that kind of stringy stuff? How do you call that?) in his fights.
Attitude-wise, he's, while can be an extremely ruthless Combat Pragmatist
, (see Is My Hero Too Violent thread) outside fights, very gentle, good at houseworks, especially cooking, likes serving tea to his visitors, sometimes including burglars, and generally act like a male Yamato Nadeshiko
. He has his own firm sets of ethics, but mostly he's very submissive to authority figure.
He's Bi the Way
(Everyone Is Bi
in my story, it appears.) who doesn't mind The Lancer
, also bisexual Memetic Molester
with No Sense of Personal Space
more or less groping him.
Mind you, he's more or less a teenage Kung-Fu Wizard
soldier who hunts down Eldritch Abominations
and his modus operandi
preferred method of killing is either setting them on fire, crushing their organs followed by decapitation, and his favorite:grabbing their heads and blowing it up.
Does this design make sny sense?
edited 29th Mar '11 6:05:53 AM by dRoy
I should probably be doing something more productive.