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Posted 7/15/13 , edited 7/15/13

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Chi doesn't have a personality. She's a Persecom - Her "emotions" and "personality" are just programs. Advanced programs yes; but they're still not real feelings at all.



You're trolling, right?

Because the whole plot of that series was that Chii had emotions and free will as a Chobit.. ._.


Read. The. Manga. Please.


Then it all comes down to what makes a person any way. The program still gave her her own individuality, right? How is that any different than humans who's personality is wired from the brain? It is the old adage of "Do Androids Dream of Electronic Sheep." I would recommend either reading that book or at least watch the movie based on the book, "Bladerunner."

Any way, Tohru is a pretty good choice, everyone. She is very grounded and just plain nice. Not a door mat, either with how self-sufficient she can be.
Posted 7/16/13

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magicuser360 wrote:


HoneyHorse11 wrote:


magicuser360 wrote:





Chi doesn't have a personality. She's a Persecom - Her "emotions" and "personality" are just programs. Advanced programs yes; but they're still not real feelings at all.



You're trolling, right?

Because the whole plot of that series was that Chii had emotions and free will as a Chobit.. ._.


Read. The. Manga. Please.


Then it all comes down to what makes a person any way. The program still gave her her own individuality, right? How is that any different than humans who's personality is wired from the brain? It is the old adage of "Do Androids Dream of Electronic Sheep." I would recommend either reading that book or at least watch the movie based on the book, "Bladerunner."

Any way, Tohru is a pretty good choice, everyone. She is very grounded and just plain nice. Not a door mat, either with how self-sufficient she can be.


I guess the difference for me lies in the fact that the persecoms are all artificial creations, man-made of circuits, wires; they have no heart but their robotic systems, no flesh but their mimicking covering. Their eyes don't see - only give an illusion of doing so. They are programmed to be the way they are by a man-made system - they did not come about that way naturally. Their thoughts are not natural, and do not flow naturally, and they cannot gain a mind of their own, nor make their own choices.

They are human only in looks. Beyond that they're nothing but a bunch of wire and a spark.
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I guess the difference for me lies in the fact that the persecoms are all artificial creations, man-made of circuits, wires; they have no heart but their robotic systems, no flesh but their mimicking covering. Their eyes don't see - only give an illusion of doing so. They are programmed to be the way they are by a man-made system - they did not come about that way naturally. Their thoughts are not natural, and do not flow naturally, and they cannot gain a mind of their own, nor make their own choices.

They are human only in looks. Beyond that they're nothing but a bunch of wire and a spark.


But they still think, right? Again, I would check out "Bladerunner." Quite a trip in that movie.
Posted 7/17/13

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I guess the difference for me lies in the fact that the persecoms are all artificial creations, man-made of circuits, wires; they have no heart but their robotic systems, no flesh but their mimicking covering. Their eyes don't see - only give an illusion of doing so. They are programmed to be the way they are by a man-made system - they did not come about that way naturally. Their thoughts are not natural, and do not flow naturally, and they cannot gain a mind of their own, nor make their own choices.

They are human only in looks. Beyond that they're nothing but a bunch of wire and a spark.


But they still think, right? Again, I would check out "Bladerunner." Quite a trip in that movie.


That's just it - they're not thinking. Their thinking is not an involuntary action. It is some predestined and programmed by a man-made object/s.
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Hana From hana to akuma *-*
Sawaku From kimi ni todoke
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Senjōgahara from Bakemonogatari
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That's just it - they're not thinking. Their thinking is not an involuntary action. It is some predestined and programmed by a man-made object/s.


Just because something is artificial does not mean that it isn't thinking. Just because it is programmed to be a certain way does not mean that it isn't itself, though. Look at HAL-9000 from "2001 A Space Odyssey" for example. A super computer that was following through with its main program. However, it was still sentient in a sense that any living thing with reason does. Just because it only has artificial emotions or what ever does not make it have any less a sense of self. That is just one example. Don't get me started on the replicants from "Bladerunner." Those things are even beyond that despite being artificially created.
Posted 7/17/13

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That's just it - they're not thinking. Their thinking is not an involuntary action. It is some predestined and programmed by a man-made object/s.


Just because something is artificial does not mean that it isn't thinking. Just because it is programmed to be a certain way does not mean that it isn't itself, though. Look at HAL-9000 from "2001 A Space Odyssey" for example. A super computer that was following through with its main program. However, it was still sentient in a sense that any living thing with reason does. Just because it only has artificial emotions or what ever does not make it have any less a sense of self. That is just one example. Don't get me started on the replicants from "Bladerunner." Those things are even beyond that despite being artificially created.


Obviously you and I are not going to agree whatsoever, so let's just agree to disagree and call it a night.
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Chiyo Shinooka from Ookiku Furikabutte

she's really kind, dedicated and sweet.

Haruhi Fujioka
from OHSHC

Smart, kind and non-judgemental.

Chihaya Ayase from Chihayafuru

Funny, dedicated, simple and just hilarious all-over. She's also easygoing and kind.
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Sawako from Kimi ni Todoke


She's such a sweetie and she's just so incredibly cute and dense XD. If I ever met someone like her in real life I'd force them to be my friend no matter what LOL.


Agreed!


She was the reason I even noticed Kimi ni Todoke. I usually don't even look at shoujo mangas or anime for that matter, but this girl Sawako opened me to it. So I read a few chapters and thought she was an interesting character because she tries to be friends with people but she over-thinks things so easily, its funny and you can't stay mad because then you feel stupid for getting mad at her. I saw that the anime is on Crunchyroll, so I gave it a shot. I couldn't stop until I watched the whole season. I truly enjoyed it, which I never thought I would hear from myself because I'm a shonen guy. Thanks tho this girl, Sawako, I was able to broaden my perspective. (Mind you, that doesn't mean you can just push any manga at me and think I'll read it. Just ones I think are good )
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Those moms that die way to early in some manga. Can't think of any right now though...
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Those moms that die way to early in some manga. Can't think of any right now though...



You mean like Masaki Kurosaki? I didn't even know her name till way later on when Ichigo started investigating the fullbring powers he had.





Or Ed and Al's mother, Trisha Elric, that took care of them even though she contracted a disease that destroyed her body and passed away? Sucked that she turned into Sloth and tried to kill them later on.

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I agree with a lot that's been listed here, for sure.

My personal votes (for girls that haven't been mentioned at all yet) are for -

Holo (S&W) and

Fumino Kaji from Faster than a Kiss
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Yuno from Mirai Nikki, I believe that's obvious here.

On a more serious note:


asahibeeruo wrote:

Sawako from Kimi ni Todoke


She's such a sweetie and she's just so incredibly cute and dense XD. If I ever met someone like her in real life I'd force them to be my friend no matter what LOL.


I agree 100% on this. She is definitely one of my favorites, if not my top.
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Yeah but in Brotherhood she doesn't come back (Thank God!! Bless her soul...) and her past with Hofenheim is more detailed, such a wonderful person...

I still can't find any who've had significant screen time since they usually die early for plot reasons but, to add to Masaki Kurosaki, there's Lucy's mom (Fairy Tail), Ace's mom (One Piece), Eren's mom (Attack on Titan), Inuyasha's mom... I give up, dead nice caring mom seemed like a legit trope but I can't think of any with big screen time.

I'll just put Mio (Bakuman) for this thread.
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