Dynamics Of Character

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Marinette is disappointed but for Adrien who is at school to make friends and have a bit of freedom it must be difficult. Adrien cares about the people in his class you can see him try to initate and be kind to them whenever he can. In Mr. Pigeon he approaches Alya to be friendly and compliments her designs when he thinks their hers and repeats them again when he learns their Marinettes. In most of the episodes Adrien is home or at school and stealing time anywhere he can to go be Chat Noir.

Meanwhile in episode Simon Says, Ladybug freely goes to save a helicopter and cat. Adrien while having a duty to be Chat knows that it is constantly pulling him from his classmates and from maybe bonding with them during akuma battles. Adrien surely has some kind of understanding with his bodyguard who goes with him when his phone is missing and waits patiently as Chat even goes to defeat an akuma in Copycat.

In Glaciator his bodyguard even makes a stop so Adrien can have ice cream probably on route somewhere else with no questions asked. In episodes like Animan and Volpina we see Adrien spending time after school with both Nino and Lila respectively. This is assumingly because Adrien is being given some freedom from his bodyguard, after he keeps escaping as in Puppeteer, to use his small windows of free time for himself in stead of going straight home. As long as Adrien goes to his lessons on time this works for both of them.

Now you have Adrien constantly being unable to bond with his classmates who spend time together out of school. Adrien and Nino definitely text and play online games together and Adrien appreciates Nino in his life. But Adrien is starting to like freedom. Adrien knows that if it involves Chloe than she can be his ticket to more freedom.

Adrien cares about Chloe but he expresses himself enough to disagree with her here because it would change his life if all his classmates could all hang out together, if she goes than he can go. His father believes letting him go to school is lenient enough. This is coming from someone who justifies sending akuma out after his son hoping the end result will justify the means.

In Bubbler we watch Adrien eat all 3 meals for the day alone and asking Nathalie to thank his father for him, meaning they might not have spoken all day. Gabriel fails to be physically or emotionally present multiple times in Season 1 but now Season 2 Adrien is acting out when his father is neglecting him Glaciator.

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Adrien is getting tired or being disappointed all the time of feeling so down that even a kwami of destruction is closer to him than his father. Adrien has said he feels imprisoned where he is, that he never knows what to predict with his father, that getting in trouble with his father could be worse than dealing with Hawkmoth. Every time Gabriel acts hot and cold with his son we get to see how unsatisfied he is and how much more he wants. Freedom is what Adrien wants and that includes being free to be himself and be with others.

Being with Ladybug is an escape, more than being Chat, its being by her side that makes all the difference. Adrien is really trying to find happiness in his daily life and watching how hard it is for him makes everyone around him feel sad. We have to consider the whole history of Shaw and who she is: She is someone who had relationships blow up in her face, in a rather spectacular fashion: they cry, they wanna be held.

Lady Killer. And, that is because of who she is. Root and Shaw are both atypical and its why they work, and its also why negotiation of boundaries between them are important, but most of all its why it matters why Shaw has to be the one to decide how and when their relationship moves forward. Oscar might be really hot, but Poe having good chemistry with every character is a little farfetched.

Characters like Rose and Rey.

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Even Kaydel. These girls are strong and has a purpose they are devoted towards. Kaydel and Rose to Resistance. And looks at him as a leader or a respected figure, almost like a brother. On the other hand character like him works really well with someone like Finn. Who is lost and Poe gives him a purpose, just like Rose does. Poe is charming with everyone, but gets all gooey and all charms leaves him when it comes to Finn.

And Finn is just too oblivious to see it, and that just makes him more appealing to Poe. The other dynamics is Poe with Holdo. It works. Their arrangement is based on perfectly mutual exploitation. The last one is ahem… the emenies turned lovers one. Hux and Poe are two sides of the same coin. It works so well. They would either kill each other or fuck. Same this relationships future it can either save the galaxy or destroy it. Anyway, this is just my two cents on the flyboy. Korra and Tenzin have one of if not the best dynamics in the entire show.

Her dynamic with her parents is pretty great, too. Namely, whether the character is an active, or a passive character. The active character is someone who actively chooses their path inside the story, the actions they take and therefore oftentimes lead the plot or at least contribute to the continuation of the story.

It could probably be said that this character is rather lead by the plot, than that they are leading the plot in any way. Because he actively makes decisions, he actively contributes to the plot by redefining said plot through the actions he takes. Whether or not those actions lead the plot into a morally positive direction or are making it harder for the protagonist of the story to bring the plot forwards themselves in a way they see fit, is unimportant.

The important part is, that he is taking actions and is making decisions. He however rarely takes passive characteristic actions, since he does not seem to be reflecting or reacting much throughout the film The Dark Knight for example.

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Some of his actions might seem like a reply to actions Batman took, but I would argue that those decisions mostly serve the purpose of bringing himself forwards and not to react or reflect on actions taken by Batman against him. At least there are no scenes in the film where he obviously does that. I would probably argue that the comics are describing him more often to react or reflect, but I will not combine two different characterisations of him now.

As an example, for a passive character I will name Bella Swan from the Twilight book series, even though I will say that she is probably the most boring example for this. But that is mainly because she is a character who exclusively reacts. He however, while still being an active character, shows also signs of a passive character. Which is important for someone who reflects on their actions.

You can see at the beginning of the first film how all he does is to act, to make decisions and to take paths without much considering the consequences of those actions. But in his case, that changes after he is traumatically confronted by the consequences of his own actions.

After that, he does not completely let go of his active personality, he still very much makes life changing decisions and still leads the plot by his actions, but he spends more time reflecting on the world around him and actually reacting to it. As is seen later on, when he decides to name Peppa Potts as CEO of his firm, therefore reacting to people saying he is not suited for that position.

He would therefore be a character who is still mainly active in nature, but develops the passive part in order to better connect to his surroundings and the story line. While Tony Stark could be named as an example of an overly active character developing a passive side, Harry Potter could probably be named as a mostly passive character developing active characteristics.

While Harry starts off in the book series as a mainly passive character though, this is arguably due to his lack of knowledge, magical abilities and age , he starts showing more and more own initiative throughout the following books. In the first book, Harry mostly reacts. He does take a few daring actions and makes decisions, though most of his actions are direct reactions to something happening in his environment.

That however changes once he, for example actively goes against school rules at the end of book one.

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His still rather passive personality continues throughout the whole book series, though, here I would argue that this is largely due to the narration forcing Harry to rather react, than giving him room for own actions. Whether or not a character would be defined as active or passive however is not limited to the character development itself, but is also influenced by how the narration works the character into the story and how much space it is given for them to either react or act.

Hence, personality influences dynamics. However, the narration decides on how many of those influencing character traits will be shown throughout the story. Depending on how much time is given the character to come up with ideas, decisions and actions, they might be more active than their personality alone would make them. Or depending on how many events are thrown towards the character with barely any time in between, they will most likely spend their time reacting instead of acting themselves.

As stated above, in the Harry Potter book series, the protagonist Harry is mostly occupied with reacting to the several events and situations that he finds himself in, usually even without breaks in between. Therefore, he seems more like a passive character because he only rarely makes decisions on his own without being rushed or pushed into those. Like his friend being dragged below a tree. Or fighting off the Demetors on the field because they attack him and he has to defend himself.

This is possible because the plot of the book processes rather slowly and not as intensely as the books beforehand. Which is one of the reasons a lot of fans saw it as too slow and boring. And those decisions and own actions turn him into a more outgoing and active character than in the books before. Since all three books progress rather slowly in their story, opening up new side plots every few pages and giving multiple characters a lot of screen time each, the characters have time and opportunities to make decisions and take actions themselves.

My favourite thing ever is when characters remember lines other characters have said to them and they throw them back later on either as a joke or a cutting remark. Favorite Dynamic: Tol snarky brunett and smol angry light haired bean. Trusting someone that much means the world. She knew she would receive his acceptance and support in that moment.


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And she knew he would resonate with all her abandonment issues, loneliness, and identity anxiety. No matter what happens, Ben Solo will always be meaningful to Rey. I wish people recognized that more. The differences and similarities alike between Ismene and Antigone are reflected in their MBTI types, which are near function flips of one another. Antigone is naturally idealistic and ready to look beyond the present, into new opportunities and ideas. Ismene, on the other hand, is prone to worrying - what Antigone sees as potential for good and change is what Ismene sees as danger and trouble.

The distance between these two functions creates a deep tension between Antigone and Ismene, one risk-taking and one risk-adverse, one angry at the other for her fear. Both Antigone and Ismene have feeling functions in the auxiliary position: Antigone has introverted feeling Fi and Ismene has extroverted feeling Fe.

Ismene fits into the roles set out for her, caring and careful and trying not to go against the grain until her love for Antigone overcomes her fears. Antigone, on the other hand, has established her own system of right and wrong, one that she believes is higher than any mortal law. This again creates a clash between sisters: though they both show deep reverence and loyalty to family, Ismene is not initially willing to step past the laws and morals set in Thebes and Antigone cannot even begin to understand this mindset.

Antigone is more able and willing to bring her thoughts and intentions to life, acting as a leader as she takes action to bury her brother. Ismene knows the way things have always been, and wants them to stay that way in spite of everything that has happened in her family and in Thebes. Antigone has a longing for this, too, with an intense loyalty to her family, but uses change and action as a way to get there.

Much of what Ismene and Antigone prize and want is similar: they want loyalty to their family, a return to a world that feels right, a way to move forward. But through their individual MBTI types, they approach these goals in distinct ways, clashing and complementing one another along the way. Support us on Ko-Fi! Basically, their dynamic with this is likely going to go the route of them learning from each other and that both skills are important. Lilac: …Are you really su-.

Sable: Yes Lilac. December 07, Writers should first understand the mechanics of character dynamics if they want to create it within their stories. A writer has to enable the subtle undercurrents of complex character relationships to affect their personalities in such a way that it impacts on their actions and emotions and what they say to each other. The answer to that lies in real life. There is affinity. Their personalities complement each other; they may share the same traits or interests, they may form an instant bond etc. The high and low points that you create in your stories will directly affect how characters behave with each other.

Already there is tension and conflict, which will create arguments and clashes. The environment is adding to that tension. Emotions will be high. The characters will each act and react differently. Next week: Creating Character Dynamics Part 2. Anonymous 23 October at AJ Humpage 25 October at In creative writing, however, there is good repetition and bad repetition.

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