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Question: How do you customize your character for games that allow you to change your appearance?
Default choices - votes: 122 (4.1%)
Make it look like myself - votes: 251 (8.5%)
An ideal version of myself - votes: 542 (18.2%)
Match an existing person or character - votes: 81 (2.7%)
How I wish my significant other looked - votes: 173 (5.8%)
Whatever looks good - votes: 1654 (55.7%)
Random - votes: 147 (4.9%)
There were 2970 total votes.
The poll ended: March 5th, 2022 10:42am PST
Of course you wouldn't want to look ugly
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» Xunu on March 5th, 2022, 12:07pm
The question asks nowadays, but my habit apply in the long run.
As someone who grew up with manga, I can't stop reading it even though webtoon is booming right now. I do like free stuff, but in the end I take other considerations into account because I'm an incredibly picky reader. In terms of genre, manga is far superior in offering a variety of story. When I'm stuck in one trope, I have another to spare. So, everything is safe. Then apart from myself, sometimes it depends on how many scans are available. Because reading raw requires a lot of patience, in between busy times I like to read what can be read. Again, it's not a problem.
Well, I have bias towards manga, but that doesn't mean I reject the charisma of a manhwa. I want to scream to the world that I also enjoy non-isekai original stories. Waahh, I love it so much that I'm addicted. Their style is very k-drama material. Once I found a good one, I expected to look for a similar solid story. There are some manhwas that are very mature and calm by nature, so when the mood demands, I read them. But still not as many as manga tho.
» Aremon on March 5th, 2022, 12:18pm
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» Senrosj on March 7th, 2022, 6:19am
Man... this poll made me rethink my life a little lol.
If it was not "nowadays", but overall, then I'd say a more or less equal mix of Korean and Japanese comics with a little bit of Chinese and English webtoons (I never got into marvel and the like.)
» vigorousjammer on March 7th, 2022, 6:53am
It's just the most easily accessible thing to me...
English comics would be second on my list... but I really don't read enough of them and I should probably read more, because there's a lot of good stuff there. It's just not as easily accessible, and sometimes it's a bit difficult to find something with good art, as a lot of it can be rather flat and not as detailed or stylized as I typically prefer.
I don't touch Korean webtoons at all. The art typically doesn't do it for me whatsoever, oftentimes feeling very soulless and just bland. I also really dislike the "long strip" format, as I don't typically read comics on my phone, so when it comes to ebooks, I prefer the two-page format that emulates the page layout of a physical book.
» HikaruYami on March 7th, 2022, 8:48am
In terms of "read time", it's probably 80% to 20% Japanese vs Korean (I've read a total of 2 Chinese manhua but one finished and the other was dropped by the scanlators), because the Korean series are all regularly updated, but in terms of raw number of series, it's probably 95% to 5% because there are a bunch of manga that get really really rare updates by scanlators who have lives.
» mallika23 on March 7th, 2022, 3:39pm
» poncow5 on March 11th, 2022, 5:40am