YOU KNOW HOW ANGRY SPOILED KIDS LIKE THIS MAKE ME ITS LIKE I CAN HARDLY AFFORD GAS MONEY FOR A CAR THATS BREAKING DOWN AND YOUR MOM DECIDED THAT YOUR UGLY ASS WAS READY FOR A BRAND NEW FUCKIN CAR ON YOUR BIRTHDAY AND YOU THROW A FIT YOU BETTER HOPE I DONT FIND WHERE YOU LIVE SO I DONT SHOVE MY CAR UP YOUR 3 YEAR OLD BUTT GROW UP
When creating a character, there’s a lot of questions you ask yourself. Whether it’s an original character or one you’ve been playing for a long time, using a character sheet to get to know your character better can always be a nice idea. With it’s help, you’ll be able to think about things you didn’t necesarily thought about, and ask some important questions to yourself that might activate your character’s voice, or help you to get your muse back with them. Everyone has their favorite character sheets, some people prefer to have a lot of questions, some others like it a bit more vague, so here’s a masterlist of the character sheets I found on various websites and found quite interesting, plus some other things that could be used to help you see, for example, how other character view yours.
- Blank Character Sheet (+370 Questions)
- Abridged Character Sheet (100 Questions)
- Big-Ass Character Sheet
- Character Creation Form
- Character Sheet by Jody Hedlund
- Creating a character Bio Sheet
- Character Analysis Worksheet
- 100 Character Development questions for writers
- Create a Character Profile
- Character Development Worksheet
- Original Character Bio-Sheet
- Character Chart for Fiction Writers
- A Character Chart By Charlotte Dillon
- Fiction Writer’s Character Chart
- Detailed Character Sheet
- Character Sheet Template
- Character Twenty-Question Worksheet
- In-Depth Character Sheet
- Character Worksheet
- Character Interview Sheet (First Person)
- Background Questionnaire (First Person)
- Characters Perceptions (How do other people perceive your character?)
- A lot of questions to develop your character here
Then, if you’re trying to create a character, and do not have many ideas, or get stuck, I’d suggest for you to roam around TVTropes, which gives you a lot of tropes used for character creation. Maybe you could try to mix a few of these and create an original character?
Or, if you’re a skillful writer and know how to make your character different from another, make a list of characters in fiction you happen to find interesting and why. Try to keep it short. Then, maybe, try to mix and match things from two or three characters, take a character and change their backstory, to see what would change. Play with them to inspire yourself and create something new, original and truly yours.
Oh, and here’s a little guide to Mary-Sues and OCs, just in case you want to make sure your character isn’t going to become a Mary-Sue or a Gary-Stu
And last but not least, this article about building fictional character definitely seemed interesting to me, and is full of many other links that could guide you during the creating of your character and help you file one of these sheets.
do you ever just rub your eyes so hard that you just start entering some other fucking galaxy of swirls and patterns
You can create a character and you can kill them in the most gruesome of ways.
I feel I’m about to throw up, ugh
Zidane (FFIX), Yuna (FFX), Squall (FFVIII), Cloud (FFVII), Lightning (FFXIII) + Laguna (FFVIII).
do you ever hear the intro theme to a video game and you get really emotional and your heart feels really weak like it’s coming back home and it’s basically like that whole world you love so much summed up into one epic song and you just want to fucking cry a lot because this is the video game for you and nothing else ever can even compare to the feeling you get when you hear that one fucking bit of music
I love how the first thing I do when I finish all my work for college is to paint my nails.
It’s time to feel minimally decent again, hehe :)
Dying. They are too cute.
THERE HE IS, WHAT A GEM AND LOOK AT THAT FUCKING DUCKLING AH I CAN’T
love how we all know what duckling this was referring to
This guy just went on full Mama-mode with this duckling <3
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Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with.
A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters
Very useful stuff.