Aha, I read the post and scrolled to see what other people have said and there were no other people XD
I like all the characters I write. Even the ones that give me a headache or the ones that are just such a sorry case but still, I like making my characters suffer to see what they will do because I’m evil like that
The Facade of Quad in Nimrod
has a plethora of conniving characters and sorry cases and it was just fun to write characters that are just so sneaky and good at what they do. The sorry cases were also fun to write because you can make the worse things happen to them and they somehow end up making it worser XD
Being kicked out of the house is pretty bad, but then leaving the house without a coat on a cold winter day is even worse. Then trusting strangers leads him to getting drugged to sleep which leads him to getting kidnapped which leads him to becoming a criminal… oh Henry XD
The World of Elgana books
Daero is resourceful. He knows things. He’s smarter than his soul counterpart. He’s emotional and he really cares about his race. I like writing characters that are basically just good people who are struggling. It’s satisfying when their struggling can come to an end. Finally, ah, you can just sigh and relax. The hardest part is over and we can begin a new chapter in life. Same goes for MC Pinti.
Cypur is smart, but he’s very human making mistakes and just getting by. He’s also emotional, but he doesn’t like to be. He thinks he would be weak. He’s also a private person who doesn’t like admitting his true feelings about things that go against his race’s common ideas. It was so nice to write his emotional journey. He learns that crying is not weakness and that his ideas and thoughts do matter. Also that he matters
I guess I like writing characters that hide their emotions but show them at the end. I also like writing male characters showing emotions.
Red, White, or In Between
Eryn x Ace. Eryn is a popular girl and trying-to-be snob, but that doesn’t actually work for her. Still, it was fun writing her in situations where she was put in her place for the first time I like messing with characters. Ace is new at everything despite living for a really long time. His reactions to things are like an adult on one hand, but also like a child. Especially when it comes to romance. He just doesn’t fully understand.
Eryn is not much of an expert either. Eryn puts Ace in his place, Ace puts Eryn in her place unintentionally…it was fun making them discover a relationship
Good relationships? Yes, fun, but I also like bad ones. Pinning Eryn against various insane characters just for the fun (and plot) of it… evil laugh
Also planning another major pin-against in the future between two very conniving characters