• Character Development

    Five Character Types That Make Great Antagonistic Forces

    The protagonist pushes forward, but the antagonistic force pushes back. An antagonistic force is a person in your story who is opposing your protagonist, either in small, accidental ways or in big obvious ones. Because of the contrast and the potential for great conflict, you want to develop your antagonist as richly as you do your main character. These four destructive character types could make your antagonist richer and even more realistic.     Little Miss Victim: Their life is so, so hard. This person has mastered the art of getting others to do their work for them. They may not even realize that they are their own worst enemy. In…