teague wrote: Every character needs to have something debilitating(and no, clumsiness is not debilitating, despite what Stephanie Meyer might think passes as a character flaw) that hinders significantly as the plot progresses.
teague wrote: It's very simple--nobody's perfect. The best characters are the believable ones, and if you have perfect characters, they're not believable and therefore pretty lame. But it's the mixture of major, incapacitating flaws and smaller, less noticable but just as important flaws that make a character really believable.
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