Being a hero is selflessly doing the best you can in a time of need. He whipped, kicked, and punched him. With dedication and a pure sense of conscientiousness, Wonder Woman did what she was chosen to do. At least with blades it is more close-quarters and the fights tend to last longer. Mac on 11 Nov 2010 at 10:47 am Hmm. Elemental control of some sort is probably a bit cliche, but it could make a nice complement to melee powers.
Along that path people grow to fear him due to destructive mishaps. Being ridiculed by her own family members for having no power caused Jenny to want to prove her self. Yes, we all have read about heroes like those in the Greek or Norse mythologies and all their deeds are engraved in our minds as the paragon of heroism. Of course it is ok to add a trait as long as they all go together to make and interesting personality. In addition to being empathetic, heroes are able to look at life from another person's point of view and consider what someone else may be thinking or feeling in a given moment. When Jay Garrick learned of the powers he had gained, he put them to good use by fighting crime.
I would, however, recommend giving him a minor talent that makes him slightly more valuable to his teammates. This character subverts the norm in literature and film and fulfills our need for a protagonist who is more relatable than the perfect hero. He's handsome and intelligent and proves himself to be fairly brave. His energy is unsurmountable when it comes to his super heroic feats. But we still manage to cheer him on and, like Fiona, we fall in love with this antihero.
Due to him being raisedby good people. Perfect characters are not interesting. They all get sent to Blackfield Asylum, where the game begins. This lesson extension, coupled with a slide show , will help students master the concept of heroes. However, they are just a bit better at certain things than their counterparts.
Instead of having him ghostwrite an autobiography, could you just have him write a biography? I often do stupid things, but I blush more than I laugh. This could be tied to his curiosity towards his world. For the most part, he just demonstrates it. Alas, tragedy struck when Sister Natalie was shot and killed. See now try that for your characters. She was raised in a very happy environment, her mother and sisters are all very supportive and encouraging.
What can we learn from this? Pride — Too much pride is a problem, obviously. We have to wonder, along with the character, whether they can get this done. I loved it how Danny opened the door of the car and she rode right into it. What if Simba was too filled with self-doubt to take on the villain Scar? We always bury people alive! Will readers understand the shift? See negative traits Good at investigating things and sneaking around Negative traits: Somewhat clumsy, falls over often and gets bruises on forehead from walking into things. In time, he might make movement along a different path although he might not actually get there.
While a hero is self-assured, an antihero might be plagued with insecurities. Charles has practically no sense of adventure, making him very boring. If anyone would mind,I need some assistance with a main character I am working on. At that point I have come up my universal set of character traits for heroism. He has thick, floppy hair with blue and black dye through it and has a favourite jacket with little badges all down the arms. But they became more elaborate, like futuristic cities, cool samurai. He could make his victims cold as ice by touching them, for example.
Mac on 12 Sep 2009 at 9:19 pm Rem— this character sounds like a pretty generic. Memories of those more prosperous times, along with remnants of Mycenaean religious beliefs and customs, continued to be passed from one generation to the next. Well, no one wants to, but, again, Eva is the youngest. These stories and myths and movies are designed to teach us one thing: Anyone can be a hero, but not everyone will. He is now a cannibal and wears the skull of the friend he ate.