silvercover wrote:if mimi doesnt join them, or if she's "forced" to stay with him(like cause she's in danger and he's there to help, or chi has her hands full of something else and junior's the only other person available) and isnt really in good terms/friendly with him, then I can see chi not giving a shit about him. she'd just more or less ignore whatever he says and does whatever she wants, thus there being no real rivalry here.
id prefer the latter to happen. you guys already know about how much I favor chi, right? well I consider one of those scenarios I wrote the way to cement chi as a protagonist, of her own route of course. having 2 protagonist is my ideal outcome.
I dont want to see chi being turned into just another girl that gets involved with junior, which is how it would likely go if chi joins the group. chi would just become another side character instead of a main one, as her overall importance to the protagonist(junior) is pretty small.
I partially agree with you. Having Chi become just another girl shadowing Jr, would be predictable and boring. However I would like it if she had some character development. As it sets Chi has almost no dept as a character. As a matter of fact: I feel like if someone were to shot her in the chest, she would either, 1) not give a shit about this life threatening bullet, because its not Mimi, or 2) because this near fatal gunshot wound isn't Mimi, she would throw a fit about it and start beating up Demongo.
Tenshi Nova wrote:I'm saying that Chi is better than Jr and Minnie. Maybe not by the margin you seem to place on the matter, but the only way I see them beating Chi is by teaming up against her AND having something else to boost their side. Disliking a character is no reason to make them weak or pathetic against the protagonists.
Also, I never said Chi would be a good leader, just a leader.
Ari basically summed up what I meant when I said leader. Chi in terms of development overall, is closer to Aku than Jr is to Grim, or Minnie is to Mandy(course Minnie needs to be retested). I'm not saying Chi is anywhere near ready to be a leader, but neither is Jr or Minnie.
Like I said, I know I have some preconceived notions here, but the thing is her being stronger than the main characters would only work in a few key scenarios. One being that she's an antagonist that beats Jr or Minnie, so that later on, they would get stronger, come back, and defeat her. The second option I can come up with is if she was the type of character that would mentor/train the main character(s), so they can become stronger. That's all I can come up with for now.
Frankly, I'm not seeing either one of those. Matter of fact, I'm not sure where the fuck Chi's character is going at this point. But if she is going to share a common enemy with Jr and Minnie, then its better if her strength is at least on the same level as them.
Megadon wrote:And I've never stopped thinking about it) Who is Jr.'s real maternal father?
I think you mean "biological father". Because "real maternal father" is both redundant, and not a real thing.