Re: Weird fact(s) about your antagonist(s)

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My current antagonist enjoys fighting and challenging others above all else. They're a bounty hunter who genuinely feels empathy and wants to connect on a deeper level with each person they kill, hence them writing notes and information about their life, personality and etc in their notebook before they immortalize them through artwork.

In addition, they were born with a special eye in their right socket that gave them a direct connection to Ra and enables them to summon snakes and lions.

Re: Weird fact(s) about your antagonist(s)

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Regression Wrote:
Armorien Wrote: In addition, they were born with a special eye in their right socket that gave them a direct connection to Ra and enables them to summon snakes and lions.
That is a great idea for a character's eye.
A lot of the magic in my universe is just based off things in real life, so I’m basically just stealing the idea of how the eye of Ra is represented by lionesses or cobras lmao

Re: Weird fact(s) about your antagonist(s)

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DestroyatronMk8 Wrote: They're called The Vore. I strongly recommend against googling that name. I need to start checking the google before I name stuff.
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I think the weirdest thing about my antagonist is that she likes animals, but it never really comes up. She's a narcissistic, borderline sociopathic dictator with a near-total disregard for human life, but she likes cute puppies. It's all very surface-level, though, and tied to her narcissism—she likes pets as long as they please and entertain her, but the second they become difficult to handle or grow out of being cute, she stops caring. She's also rich enough that she's never had to deal with the hard/annoying parts of pet ownership, which doesn't help. So she likes her dogs as long as they're show-quality, she likes her horses as long as they win at the races, and she likes massive exotic animals that 100% should not be kept in a palace garden, because it's not about the animals themselves; it's about what they can do for her and her image.