So recently, I've been noticing a lot of new characters that seem to be perfect at a lot of things. They're adored by others, they're great at school, they're good at sports but not really interested in them, but they don't feel like they're being themselves or they aren't happy being perfect and maybe once in a while, they'll have a breakdown but bounce back quickly thanks to one of the adorers. What happened to the angsty, down on your luck kind of characters? Or the awkward anti-social types? Or the downright goofy and dorky types? What's so fun about having a character that is good at everything but remains aloof? I enjoy getting down to the nitty gritty of my characters and really finding out what makes them tick. They're bad at things, they learn new things, etc. I get the most enjoyment out of that kind of character development. Is the "perfect" parade just roleplayers wanting to live vicariously through their characters, or is there some enjoyment out of it that I'm not understanding?