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Who else believes in, "In their flaws, they become flawless?"
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>>11271783
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I do.
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The world is not beautiful; therefore, it is.
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>>11271783
What do you mean? That a character' s flaw leads him to experience failure which goes on to improve their overall integrity.
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>>11271940
Why, yes.
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Imperfections are not flaws. They are points of uniqueness.
Not only does this apply to real-life, namely women, but it's also the basic principle which most, if not all "moe" is founded upon.
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>>11271940
But not just characters, almost everything in general.



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