As promised, I’ve got more questions to make you think about what you’re writing. This is all stuff I found elsewhere, either in books, on people’s blogs, or websites. They all make me think about what exactly I’m writing, and who my characters are. But, some of them are hard…
- How is this character viewed by others?
- What does he/she care most about in this world?
- Ways to annoy this person?
- How would this character describe himself?
- Morality level?
- They respect him but no one likes working with him; he makes them uncomfortable
- His sister and his niece first, then his job - although sometimes the latter takes precedence over the former.
- He has a cat named Oscar that mostly lives outside.
- Ah, now here's a hard one. I'm going to have to think about this one.
- That depends on who he was talking to. If he was talking to someone else he would highlight the positive aspects of his life: he likes his job and he's very good at it, but the truth is there's a lot of sorrow in Beck's life he hasn't gotten over - yet.
- Beck is basically an honest person, if he were a D&D character his alignment would be lawfully good.
Now it's your turn...