NameName significance if applicableAge rangeAppearanceSignificant physical markings/odditiesTell me about their family and the relationship they have with themIf I were to ask the character about his/her family, how would he/ she respond?Does anyone else know about these family members and relationships? Why?List the major influence in their childhood, how they were influence, and what character traits may be attributed to such influenceStrengths from my POV?From character’s POV?From surrounding characters’ POV?Weakness from my POV?From character’s POV?From surrounding characters’ POV?What do they fear?How do they react to fear? Why?What quirks and mannerisms do they have?Any significant heritage?Tell me about the nature and state of their relationships with other specific charactersRant about personality. Now. As long as you want to.What misconceptions do other characters form about them?What judgments does your character tend to pass too quickly?How do people see your character upon first meeting, generally?What possible personality changes may occur in the story? Why?Rant about their past. Write me a life and times summary.
Liehne ErdelenSurface Goal: To gain her freedom and keep it.Conflicts:- the cost of that freedom is higher than she knows. (ordered to kill her own son)- she does not remember what it is like to be free and thus has no idea what she will do with her freedom. (was imprisoned for 17 years of her life)- she grows attached to the son of the one enslaving her and does not want to leave any longer. Internal Goal 1: To make up for her failures in the past through her actions nowConflicts:- loss of memory (she cannot fully remember her failures)- timidity and sensitivity to accusations (her dreams are devastated by the words of others.)- hatred for those who have ruined her past (hatred leads her to new failures)- the person she is trying to use to make up for her failures is not the person she failed.Internal Goal 2: To regain her memoryConflicts:- well, she can't remember.- the dreams she has about the past make her not want to remember- as the story progresses, she no longer to wants to revisit the past and only wants to live a good future.
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