Question Of The Week

Which is more satisfying, creating a character, or killing them off?

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6 Responses to Question Of The Week

  1. Tracy Cross says:

    Killing off a character based on a person you don’t like. Heh. Heh. Heh.

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  2. Queen has returned, and saved the city only to find it getting perished later, found the hug of a mother living again only to watch her getting killed again, by the crisis of destiny. A storytelling so touching !

    But oh, dear ! If I’d have been such author, I could not have made myself to kill a character. It is a weird mental blockage !

    So, I do enjoy the creation and also growth of characters.

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  3. Haha. I must say, I enjoy the creation most. I like developing both personality and physical traits.

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  4. I feel like killing off a potential fan favorite is the most satisfying. You know that it’ll be incredibly evocative.

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  5. Elyan White says:

    Both creating and killing are satisfying, but it’s the suffering in-between I’m most partial to. Give me tribulations or give me a different novel!

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