Tag Archives: character development

Character Tourist (Games Writers Play)

Got a character who seems stiff and two dimensional? Got a character you don’t understand? Well, try getting to know your character better by taking him on a road trip. What would he or she do if he was visiting … Continue reading

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Help Wanted (Games Writers Play)

Want to get to know your character better? Want to develop them more fully? Then try writing a want ad for someone to fill the position of your main character. Think about the story you’re trying to tell. Think about … Continue reading

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Online Dating (Games Writers Play)

Does your main character have no character to speak of? Do your supporting characters lack personality? Then try signing your characters up for an online dating service… Not literally, of course; but sit down with a blank page and try … Continue reading

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Two Chairs (Games Writers Play)

Find that one of your characters is kinda flat and bland? Want to get to know him better? Want to flesh him out and make him over into a real person?

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