Magneto is one of the most interesting character of the X men universe, simply because he has so much character
Antagonists: What Is an Antagonist? — Guest: Kristen Lamb
All great stories are about one thing and one thing only—problems. More specifically? Every good story has one core problem in need of being resolved. Today, Kristen Lamb shares her insights into how problems, conflicts, and antagonists drive our story.
OK, don't get me wrong. I feel for him. God knows I feel for him. The anxiety you feel at a competition and your brain flips and starts throwing around thoughts that your not good enough is one of the worst feelings, worse than any physical pain I've ever felt. And I get that his whole macho thing covers that anxiety up, but OMG he's such a dick most of the time I just wanna punch him!!!
went to spend a few weeks at friend's cabin, a well needed getaway. when pitching the relaxation trip he forgot to mention cabin is in the middle of a creepy forest, then friend leaves (wife goes in labor) leaving protagonist alone in unfamiliar sketchy setting. first nightfall creepy figure starts harassing his window… stuck there for a week with this lovely lady. describe their encounters
Eccontonara, Lord Supreme of the Sectars. Actually an accurate representation of what Eccontonara looks like in my head, the blue effect on the armour especially. Eccontonara can move at light speed through the use of lightning abilities. He is one of the most powerful antagonists in my story. He is introduced in book 3. ~ Sirus: The Era of the Shattered/A Pendulum of Sinners (Books 3 and 4)
Every character needs to serve a function. How do you determine the function of a character? There are different types of characters throughout your story. The protagonist which is your hero. The antagonist who provides the opposition to the hero. A love interest pretty obvious right? A close friend who knows all the fears and secrets of the hero and can provide guidance in hard times.