Indeed, looks like you got bored
Looks cool, if nothing else for debugging WabbitEmu itself in some conditions.
As I wrote on IRC: I don't recommend
statically linking libti* in WabbitEmu or anywhere else, because a statically-linked program wouldn't benefit from updates to the shared DLLs performed by newer versions of TILP & TIEmu. But I can't prevent you from trying to do it
(even if you didn't respect the GPL for libti* or WabbitEmu, I could hardly attempt to complain, since I'm barely a copyright holder to the libti* code base)
However, I'd still rather you statically link libti* into WabbitEmu, than redistribute the libti* DLLs within the WabbitEmu folder. This is a no-no, because of the possible interference (due to Windows' stupid DLL cache) with the shared DLLs used by TILP, TIEmu or other libti*-using programs running at the same time as WabbitEmu.
That's one of the root causes of bad interaction between multiple GTK+ runtimes, which has historically been one of the leading causes of redundant support requests for TILP and TIEmu (despite the note in the README). So please don't do that