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No. 15187 [Edit]
I skimmed the catalog and ctrl+fed and found nothing on the matter so I decided to make my own thread.

Do any of you here have a waifu/husbando with little to no dialogue or personality, or perhaps even none in the slightest? I'm talking about characters such as ones that appear in the backgrounds of anime or silent party members in JRPG's, but this can also apply to things like Animal Crossing characters whose dialogue is shared with the hundreds of other villagers in the same personality bracket as them or characters that appear in a single episode of an anime that was barely expanded upon.
How do you make up for their lack of character development, if at all? Do you take it upon yourself to use your imagination to expand the depth of their character?
I have fallen in love, no, become completely obsessed with a character who has five lines of dialogue total in a video game, none of which I would consider character development in the slightest. All I know about this character canonically is that the character likes money. As my fantasies about this character grew more vivid and common, I found myself adding more and more angles and emotion to the character, some good and some bad.
To those of you who are unfamiliar with this type of love, I'd like to hear your objective input about this as well. I can see why someone would consider it to be shallow since one can basically take a character such as this and mold it into their ideal partner. But I don't see a problem with that in the slightest to be honest, I think it's actually the most optimal thing one could do all things considered.

Picture unrelated, I do not wish to share with you who the character I am in love with is.
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I can't say I can fully relate to how you feel, but I understand completely.

There was a thread on here from someone who had Risa Kamizaki from Amagami as their waifu. I know the series pretty well, so I knew about her myself. She had three appearances in two seasons in the anime, and in two of these appearances she wasn't even central to the plot.

For me it was a bit of a reality check. I felt really bad for wishing that mai waifu had more than just cameo appearances in the first nine episodes in her series, or had more fan art, and felt relatively fortunate.

All I can say is to not be deterred by the lack of canon for your waifu. The ability to form it yourself has its upsides.

>I can see why someone would consider it to be shallow since one can basically take a character such as this and mold it into their ideal partner.

There are plenty of people out there who have Hatsune Miku, and the other vocaloid characters as a waifu/husbando, and none of them have a set personality. I don't find it a bad thing, personally.

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