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Baanrys
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another step for the road.

one idea is to set up a trends journal, and possibly and idea page. this can be ongoing with the creation of your story.
this next fill-in the blank is cut as it is a bit longer than the others.
Lead Character's Fact Sheet
Story Goal:
Gender:
Sex:
Age:
Physical:
Body Type:
Height:
Hair Colour and Style:
Eye Colour:
Mannerisms:
Distinctive Speech Pattern:
Personality: (Likability, Competence, Virtue, Courage.)
Background: (Geography, Childhood, Family, Education/Vocation)
Personal Life:
Private Life:
Work Life:
Strength:
Weakness:
Name:

**note: change these as you see fit, add or subtract. it's often easier to make a story when you know all about your main character. you can also use this same template for the opposing character(s), the romantic interest (if any), and any other character. really, it is much easier to integrate characters when you know their history. even if it is a little one.
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