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Marissa on 12 Jul at 2: Mac on 12 Jul at 3: However, I think someone could be paranoid in an absolutely inept way. I have learned that beavers are constructing sinister dams across America. Whatever they plan to do with our water supply, it could only be nefarious!
To be fair, Agent Black is pretty unassertive for a hero, but he sometimes pushes back when Agent Orange goes over the edge. I guess I overthought my planning. Does this sound better? Charles is a tall,scrawny, high school boy of slightly below average intelligence hes stupid.
Charles has practically no sense of adventure, making him very boring. On most occasions, Charles never can tell whats going on.
With his always wrong explanations of most major events in his life, things usually turn out bad for him.
StarE on 09 Sep at 2: Maybe instead of making him completely inept, you could at least make him very adventurous? Um, does this help at all? StarE on 10 Sep at Any first-impressions or suggestions for me? Instead of admitting to anything out loud, Rem would prefer to make amends somehow and still keep her pride.
When she makes friends, she gets very attached to them and does her best to stick by their side, no matter what. Because he has managed to survive for so long in this personal hell, Naveed has learned to be serious about everything, because nothing in this place is a joke.
He treats these things very delicately and reverently, as if considering their past owners.
Instead of coming unglued, however, she tries very hard to keep herself calm and collected. Though you may see her trembling in the face of danger, she never stops moving forward, and she never lets herself be useless.
Part of her is trying to prove herself to Naveed, and she puts all of her perceptive, analytical, and thinking skills to work.
But no matter what, Corey is always supporting her like a second-in-command. Generally, Corey is light-hearted and optimistic, maybe even idealistic.
He likes to think of the good side of things because he feels vulnerable when things get bad. Making jokes is the only way he knows how to deal with it. After a car crash early in the novel, Corey gets a head injury that later causes him to have trouble thinking about something from beginning to end, and this absent-mindedness frustrates him a great deal.
Kain is usually well-composed, savvy, and treads a path between good and evil. StarE on 12 Sep at 6: How about I just do this, as a super-brief summary of what I wrote: Mac on 12 Sep at 9: Maybe a counterintuitive trait.
It may help to come up with an experience that has made the character who she is. Ideally, this experience will help you think of different avenues to develop the character. How is this character different from other brash heroes and heroines? That contradiction could be interesting.
The contradiction between curiosity and exhaustion is not as fruitful, I feel… his personal background feels kind of cliche. Are you a fan of Vin Diesel movies?In general, having a floppy disc as an icon for saving in video games or software applications, despite floppies no longer being in use.
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