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#2551 by barfboy
2021-06-16 at 21:02
< report >Oh that is perfect! I love you man. You had all the answers.
#2552 by mrkew
2021-06-19 at 00:01
< report >Why is Half-breed not applicable to characters? What about the other types of half-breeds than the child traits?
#2553 by funnerific
2021-06-25 at 21:16
< report >It would be nice to have a trait for characters who cry easily and often. "Crybaby" would be too strong, so "Cries Easily" is my suggestion.
#2554 by ninius
2021-06-25 at 21:39
< report >^ Well there's Emotional but maybe it's not specific enough.
#2555 by funnerific
2021-06-25 at 22:24
< report >Dunno if it's specific enough, but I'll use it for now, thanks.
#2556 by barfboy
2021-07-12 at 18:50
< report >Triplet+ Sister
and
Triplet+ Brother
Should have Quadruplet, Quintuplet, and Sextuplet Sister/Brother as aliases to avoid confusion when someone is looking to tag a character. The numbers can go higher but I don't see a need for septuplet or any other higher counts for lack of content. If someone runs into duodecuplets I'm sure they'll figure it out.
#2557 by z3k3n
2021-07-13 at 09:40
< report >Don't know if this thread is looked at, but the Brave trait should be gender neutral.
#2558 by historyeraser
2021-07-13 at 12:30
< report >"Type A Tsundere" and "Type B Tsundere" should be aliases of Classic Tsundere and Modern Tsundere respectively.
#2559 by beliar
2021-07-13 at 19:30
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"Type A Tsundere" and "Type B Tsundere" should be aliases of Classic Tsundere and Modern Tsundere respectively.
As far as I'm aware, and two different sources confirm it, Type A means primarily Tsun, but occasionally turns dere, where Type B means primarily dere, but occasionally turns tsun. This is quite different from our descriptions of Classic and Modern tsundere.Last modified on 2021-07-13 at 19:31
#2560 by naiohoras
2021-07-14 at 02:15
< report >Imouto Act's description is not consistent as "his" should be changed to gender neutral pronoun. the same goes with Parent Act.

Lisping's description is... well, take a look at it yourself.

don't know why this trait get accepted in the first place School Miko Club Member, but Miko club is not a thing both in real life and in fiction itself, as you can see at the total number of application. School Extraordinary Club Member should be enough to cover that.Last modified on 2021-07-14 at 02:29
#2561 by historyeraser
2021-07-14 at 13:23
< report >Can we have a "Darkly Inclined" trait? I'm surprised that there isn't one that's like it. It would be really useful to have when searching for characters.
#2562 by ninius
2021-07-14 at 15:36
< report >^ Never even heard about such a thing. What does that even mean?
#2563 by historyeraser
2021-07-14 at 15:49
< report >It's a descripter used for people who like stuff that has a "dark" atmosphere or is spooky.

Common interests include horror media, certain genres of music like goth and metal, Tim Burton movies, edgy video games, et cetera. Some but not all of them (both real people and fictional characters) also dress in dark clothing which often leads to them erroneously called goths. There's a darkly inclined character in a VN I was playing today (Evelyn from Emily is Away Too) and I wanted to tag that aspect of her personality, but I couldn't find a suitable trait. I'd imagine there's even more VN characters who qualify since it's somewhat a broad term (but not to the point of having no utility/usefulness) so I'd be a waste to not have a trait for this.Last modified on 2021-07-15 at 06:51
#2564 by beliar
2021-07-16 at 20:20
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don't know why this trait get accepted in the first place School Miko Club Member
Well, there are some applications, so I think the trait is relatively harmless to keep.

Never even heard about such a thing. What does that even mean?
Exactly. This is the first time I hear of this, and seeing as the only mention of this phrase on the net is on 'urban dictionary', I don't think I put any trust in the actual existence of such a trait. Seems like something made up by some edgy emo and uploaded on UD one day for shits and giggles....
#2565 by historyeraser
2021-07-16 at 22:35
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Exactly. This is the first time I hear of this, and seeing as the only mention of this phrase on the net is on 'urban dictionary'

Here are many other references to this term online: link and link

Listen, I know it's kinda slangy, but I only chose that name because "Likes edgy stuff" is also not a good trait name. It's funny you're saying this even though you literally accepted a trait called "Catholic Twin". It doesn't even actually have a Wikipedia page (either)! If you look up Irish Twin you either get a redirect to Wiktionary or an article to a movie with titled that way.Last modified on 2021-07-16 at 22:46
#2566 by mrkew
2021-07-16 at 22:59
< report >wink wink #2539. A character tagged will become both brother and a sister. Regardless, I think it's a pretty useless trait, but whatever, what matters now is its parent trait.
#2567 by beliar
2021-07-16 at 23:04
< report >Frankly, I might have been too quick in approving it. Does Barfboy thinks there are enough characters that could benefit from it? If not, I'll probably end up deleting it after all.Last modified on 2021-07-16 at 23:04
#2568 by ninius
2021-07-17 at 06:16
< report >Time Manupulation has a typo :D
#2569 by naiohoras
2021-07-17 at 06:52
< report >Age Reversion's name should be changed to "Physical Age Regression" to clarify the difference with Mental Age Regression.
#2570 by ninius
2021-07-17 at 18:56
< report >Ffs, I didn't think through my desc for i3441.1. It should include the possibility of parents selling their own kid, not just the act of kidnapping by strangers. The thing I've seen in vns is usually the parent(s) selling their kid. Also, aliases should be included "child slavery", "selling a child" or something like that..
#2571 by mrkew
2021-07-17 at 19:41
< report >Bad End Sex Scenes Only - my bad, as I mentioned in the comment, it was meant for game over endings. Let me rephrase it then:
Trait name: Game Over Sex Scenes Only
Alias: Only Game Over H-scenes
Desc: This character only appears in H-scenes that happen in the VN's game over ending(s).Last modified on 2021-07-17 at 19:50
#2572 by mrkew
2021-07-17 at 21:15
< report >Also regarding Wachiki, see t3314.2496
#2573 by naiohoras
2021-07-18 at 06:17
< report >#2571
I'm a little confused by the title. from what I understand from it, it can be applied to a character that only have bad end h-scenes, meaning they can appear outside the h-scene. however, what I understand from that description is that the character should only appear in a bad end H-scene, and if they appear outside of the h-scene, then the trait is inapplicable.
is this what you are aiming? if yes, then the name should be changed to "Only Game Over Sex Scene Appearance" or something.
if not, then the desc should be changed to "this character only have a H-scene or more that happen in VN's game over ending".Last modified on 2021-07-18 at 06:19
#2574 by mrkew
2021-07-18 at 09:33
< report >By the title? It was made as a trait similar to Detached Sex Scenes Only.
it can be applied to a character that only have bad end h-scenes, meaning they can appear outside the h-scene
Yes, that's the purpose. It's for (side) chars whose H traits make you think they at least have mini routes, when they in fact just have one-off game over bad ending H-scene.
#2575 by naiohoras
2021-07-18 at 10:19
< report >aahh then the desc is actually the problem I think. perhaps it's best to clarify it to "this character has sex scene(s) (...)" or "this character's sex scene(s)(...)", or whatever suits best.

H traits make you think they at least have mini routes, when they in fact just have one-off game over bad ending H-scene.
actually, we can also put it as a clarifier for the desc, so the trait will look something like this:

Title: Game Over Sex Scenes Only
Alias: Bad End H-scenes Only
Desc: This character has sex scene(s) that only happens in VN's game over ending, meaning this character does not have an actual route. they just have a quick sex scene and then the game's over.
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what do you think?