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I was on the fence about writing about this because I thought it was a given. Then, I ran into people who didn’t know the difference. Others swore that a good story is one where the main character doesn’t change. Guess we live in a world where ideal heroes are preferred over flawed ones. I mean, really flawed characters instead of slapping arrogance or a mild shellfish allergy, which don’t cause any issues. Okay, I’ll get back to this rant in a bit.
What are we talking about here?
Dynamic Characters– These are the ones that change over the course of a story. They are your protagonists and antagonists, but can also be supporting characters. The whole point of them is that they do not end a story where they started. Their flaws are conquered or accepted, which makes them stronger. It isn’t the toys and…
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