Complex, fully developed characters can carry a weak plot, but even the strongest plot will falter on the shoulders of weak or one-sided characters.
Submitted by sherrylewis about 3 years ago
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A wise man learns more from his enemies, than a fool from his friends.
Submitted by Noral about 4 years ago
What I like to do is get into the heart and soul of the main characters
Submitted by ArkAngel over 6 years ago
Character is always lost when a high ideal is sacrificed on the altars of conformity and popularity.
Submitted by jimmydaniels over 6 years ago
They were careless people, Tom and Daisy—they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness, or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made.
Submitted by robotnic almost 7 years ago
If you need to tell your readers something... there are only two characters that you can put it convincingly into their dialogue. One is Hermione, the other is Dumbledore. In both cases you accept, it's plausible that they have, well Dumbledore knows pretty much everything anyway, but that Hermione has read it somewhere. So, she's handy.
Submitted by pandorasinbox almost 7 years ago