Kairi Nightingale

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Shaky jakeward Report | 06/08/2014 4:39 pm
Shaky jakeward
wana hang out some time? biggrin
haunting heaven Report | 11/22/2013 3:34 pm
haunting heaven
Thank you for the tip. c: Glad to know someone read that and didn't immediately go, "BURN HER." Haha.
Shaky jakeward Report | 11/22/2013 2:50 pm
Shaky jakeward
hey whuz up? biggrin
Dan Lamb aka The Ghost Report | 08/23/2013 11:24 pm
Dan Lamb aka The Ghost
It's my profile. lol Click my name.
Dan Lamb aka The Ghost Report | 08/23/2013 10:34 pm
Dan Lamb aka The Ghost
Sup. I made some modifications to the story. Check it out for me?
SebastiansLittleDoll Report | 08/14/2013 7:25 pm
Oh surprised Aha it's all right ^_^ It's not the end of the world if Rufus isn't on my friendslist... crying

Have a good day ^_^ Or night~
SebastiansLittleDoll Report | 08/14/2013 6:53 pm
Wooow you're friends with Ian and Rufus lucky! surprised What's your secret?
-Tamashi Aniki- Report | 08/09/2013 9:18 pm
-Tamashi Aniki-
Thanks for buying
S i r e n s R e v e r s e Report | 02/17/2013 8:54 am
S i r e n s R e v e r s e
Do you do archery???
haunting heaven Report | 06/08/2012 6:37 pm
haunting heaven
Kairi Nightingale
haunting heaven

Would making several little changes to human characters make them more interesting?

Actually, I do believe making little changes can make any kind of character more interesting.

I have had an average joe character at one point, who wasn't very interesting. I made one little change, giving him narcolepsy, and now he has issues about spontaneously falling asleep. I would say it made him a little more interesting, or at least more fun to write about. I don't think the changes have to effect the plot. I would think it'd be enough if they simply just made a scene more interesting.

The thread got deleted, but you made a legitimate point that I wanted to respond to, so I thought I'd just explain myself here:

Your point about changing characters isn't really what I meant. When people talk about changing vampires, they're not referring to adding traits to an individual vampire character--they're talking about making arbitrary changes to the entire species. They want the vampires to be more unique. And uniqueness, in and of itself, isn't necessarily interesting. Hence my reference to Meyer. Making a change to an individual character in an attempt to add more conflict isn't what I was referring to, but I do agree that doing so can make a character more interesting.

Also, I misspoke when I said the changes must affect the plot. You're correct. Basically, if a change benefits the story in some way--however small--it's probably a good change. Thanks for pointing that out. c:



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