7 Considerations for Your Antagonist’s Motivations (Which Will Save You SOOO Much Trouble) – by K.M. Weiland…

on Helping Writers become Authors:

Your antagonist’s motivations can make or break your story.

If your antagonist’s motivations are weak, unconvincing, or over-complicated (which is usually symptomatic of the first two problems), then you will severely undermine your story in several key areas.

Not only will you end up with a weak character to oppose your protagonist, but you may also find that your entire plot fails to work.

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