Slow Cooking. Novels Heavily Based On Dialogue/Character Interaction.
I wish for a slow paced novel where characters interaction is the main focus.
The Child of Ebon is a perfect example. There is fast paced action here and there. But the main focus is how a person interacts with another.
I have no genre preference. It could a Grimdark as much it could be a Slice of Life.
There is no problem if it is hosted on another site.
Categories: Comedy, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, litRPG, Harem (sort of), a bit of possible Romance
It's a litRPG, but diverse from the usual formula. Each volume revolves around a place or an event, so it's pacing is more comfortable, while the way the characters act with each other is the blessing and curse of many readers. Especially as the volumes go on, it becomes apparant, how the character are influencing each other.
Be warned though, the first MCs can turn people off, mostly due to some bad personality traits copuled with youthful (non-)thinking and emotions appropriate for their age.
It's definitely based around character interaction and character development. It has action scenes, but it isn't LitRPG at all.
https://practicalguidetoevil.wordpress.com/ <- also what you're looking for
https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/5701/savage-divinity <- love this story and there is plenty to read (6,882 pages), but once you catch up it starts to feel a little too slow
https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/27224/snowstorm <- obligatory self-plug but I think its got what you're looking for. I could honestly use some feedback on the characters and dialogue if you decide to check it out.
Three young friends try to make their way together, through the dog-eat-dog cultivation world of the jianghu -- and even worse, their teens!.
They have chosen to take the path less travelled, by rising as a single entity -- of three entirely separate individual people -- The Thundering Tortoise Trio!
Along their merry, yet sometimes scary, way, Jian Cheng, Fatty Li Feng and Fairy Fen Ling will forsake their own petty selfishness, their hateful overbearing sect, conventional cultivation wisdom and even the entire righteous path, for the family they have become... And for benefits of course!
After all, everyone loves benefits!
Join these three friends with benefits (*we're not changing the title though...), as they probably overcome every obstacle (* but no promises) to bravely forge their own future!
If you want a real slow burn, I can guarantee that this story will be running steady for at least another two years (unless I die or get rich) and has yet to fully begin.
Someone already suggested it but a practical guide to evil follows Catherine Foundling as she through the ranks of an evil emppire in a world where people gain 'plot armor' for following character archtypes and tropes and everyone is aware of that fact. The series just finished the fifth book.
Stewart92's stories usually focus pretty heavily on character interaction, though a couple of his stories are lit-rpgs, though he plays with the tropes a bit in those. I should note, most of his stuff is over on SpaceBattles and he does more fanfics than not. The notable ones based on what you're looking for are:
-There is no epic loot here, only puns: (This one is on Royal Road and) Is and original story following Delta a dungeon who wants to make friends rather than hurting people, while still giving them a dungeon experience. Pretty much every character in this one has a story of their own, or is retired after their epic journey in the case of most of the villagers. It's about 1.5K RR pages long, and she's only half way through her third floor.
-Aces and Jokers: This one is a Worm fanfic, but it revolves around a character who's power is to gain small powers by interacting with people as she tries to stay away from the grimdark train wreck that is canon.
-A skittering heart: A worm/kingdom hearts crossover around 2K RR pages long, and follows Taylor as she gains a Keyblade and the final fantasy summons become aware of Earth Bet because of it.
-Digicrest of Escalation: A Worm/Digimon crossover that is mostly Taylor being a mom to her digimon while trying to make the world a better place for everyone.
And for the self-promotion, I also think my story Deviant's Masquerade, sort of fits what you're looking for.
It's an urban-fantasy anthology with 100-150 page episodes, each following a different set of characters living in the same modern world full of magic users, mad scientists, ghost-zombies, superheroes, and rifts to other worlds.
Since it's an episodic series, I try to put a heavy focus on each character, but I also try to wrap up the majority of that 'episode's story in that time frame while leaving it open to sequel episodes and crossovers between them, while slowly building up the world everyone lives in. (So, sort of counts as a slow-burn, sort of doesn't.)
(Since you're sick of them, I should probably warn you that the Arcane (magic users) do use a LitRPG-esque database when they pop up every few episodes, but that's largely because a necromancer needed minions in the 70's and refused to settle for hippies so he got D&D-ers instead.)
https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/9687/hyruh-ha ---> completed fantasy slice-of-life.
https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/26348/edict ----> sequel in progress a bit more adventure but still low-stakes.
The Last Science.
The best ones to fit what you asked for that i can think of off the top of my head.
You might notice that the last three are all by the same author, but let me assure you, she's awesome at what she does, and it fits what you're asking for perfectly.