This is mostly going to be a transcript of (Warning, LB Refrain spoilers) a post I made previously in a different topic.
The Key character I indentify with the most is Miyazawa Kengo from Little Busters.
I’m often told that I’m pretty serious and strict and I often look down on silly behavior. I tend to tell others what to do and how to behave. It is sometimes seen as mature, at other times I just look like a big sourpuss and both are probably right. At some point, I started approaching things with a “If you’re gonna do a job, do it right” attitude. I aim to be a person who lives by the values they have decided on. I set high standards for myself and others, which sometimes gets pretty annoying. I guess some of my values may seem kinda old-fashioned, too. But under the right circumstances, I do join in and do silly stuff with others like everyone else, much to the surprise of those around me.
I value friendship more than anything (got high standards for that, too) and I’m ready to do everything in my power, should those dear to me need help.
What puts me apart from Kengo is that I don’t actually have a clear goal or anything I can dedicate myself to. I don’t train my body and mind like Kengo does. I do have discipline, and I do work hard when I really get into it, but it heavily depends on the time and place.
The biggest similarity between me and Kengo is that (Refrain spoilers) I simply want to spend as much of my time as possible having fun. I didn’t have much fun in my teenage years - not because I did something more important, like Kengo did, but simply because I’m a loner - and I often look back at that time with regret. The happiest times of my life probably were the three years before graduation. I wish I had spent more time like that. I hate working and studying. It takes away my precious time that I’d rather spend playing around. I don’t want to toil and suffer pointlessly. Imagining that my effort could go unrewarded, that my hard work may be for naught in the end is one of the scariest thoughts to me. Just imagining being in the same situation as kengo around the end of refrain terrifies me. Therefore, even if it’s counterproductive or possibly an even greater “waste of time”, I’m always trying to do something I enjoy. Even if it has no value outside of simple entertainment. That way, even if everything else fails, I can still look back and say the time wasn’t completely wasted because I was at least having some fun. In truth, I just want to play around all the time. So in the end, no matter how mature and serious I act, I am the most childish one of them all. And I also am a crybaby.
There was a time on Kaza when I got into a fight and decided to start taking it easy. I had switched my avatar to this one for a while (late common route, kinda)
though I eventually changed it back to my standard Kyousuke avatar, probably because the next bookclub was coming up or something.
So far, at least one Kaza member has confirmed my similarity to Kengo: