Types of Characters You Love

  • hangsang.

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    angry characters that make a lot of mistakes or seem uncaring but have a hella redemption arc. i love the characters that are literal shitheads but when someone they love is in danger they drop everything and help them out. bonus points if their character development opens them up and they apologize for their wrongdoings and strive to change.
    May 13th, 2019 at 10:44pm
  • Unown

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    I like rebellious characters with pure intentions. Those which are loyal at heart, but perhaps not to those who one might expect them to be. Those who are passionate about what they believe in, but not hateful towards those who don't support their belief (or hinder it from becoming an actuality).
    I feel inspired by characters who 'kill with kindness' and are typical textbook heroes.

    It's hard to put into words, but above all I most appreciate characters who are 'human' by nature (may not be humans themselves). They will make mistakes and dwell on emotions, but learn from them.
    December 9th, 2019 at 05:07am
  • ev4nbryan

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    I like characters who are extraordinary personalities. For example, like the main character of the novel that I recently read "Their eyes were watching the God"

    He was an interesting personality and did'not fit into more than one of the communities, and always seemed a stranger. His real dream was to find himself and gain personal freedom. And he found this freedom alone.
    His relationship has always been based on mutual respect and support for each other’s individual dreams and dreams.
    Such a character and behaviour in society impress me very much, which is probably why I always choose such literature. I like how the theme of this novel and the character of the protagonist is described in this resource.www.studydriver.com I'm always inspired by such reading and it gives a lot of insights.
    May 31st, 2020 at 03:24am