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Charter Sheet of DOOM![Name]Charter Sheet of DOOM! by HokoriTamashi
Race: If a non human race create other identifiers, such as wing span, manna charge, etc.
What does he/she value? Why?
How do others treat he/she based on his/her values? Why?
Is he/she outspoken with his/her values? Why/Why not
Who knows his/her values?
Are his/her values radical?
What does he/she look down upon? Why?
To him/her what makes a person trustworthy? Why?
How much does he/she stick with his/her values on a daily basis.
Are there some lines he/she has made that he/she will never cross? What are they? Will he/she cross them? Why?
How does he/she view war and murder?
What is he/she doing with his/her values?
Create a line up of crimes which he/she views from worst to least, ie. murder -> littering
Who is he/she?
Who do other people think he/she is?
Who do the readers think he/she is? (useful for shape shifter charters)
Who does(do) the antagonist(s) think he/she is?
Exercise: Your Character's Distinct VoiceExercise: Your Character's Distinct Voice by MissLunaRose
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The purpose of this exercise is to see how much you've differentiated each of your main characters' voices from each other.
How to Use
Pick a few major characters in your story. (I recommend using between 3 and 6.) For each of the numbered prompts below, choose what each character would say in that circumstance. You may want to write a few sentences of dialogue from that character or a quick internal monologue.
These lines are meant to generate short pieces of dialogue (about 1-5 sentences), as it's easiest to compare lines to each other that way. If you start writing long paragraphs or another character's reply to your character, then stop. Copy and paste the text. Then place it in a Sta.sh Writer or other document and continue the scene there. If you like it, post it (and credit me for the prompt, if you please!). When you finish that and return to this exercise, write about 1-5 sentences for that character and continue. L