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Transcript of Character Types
a character that encounters conflict and is changed by it. Such characters usually tend to be more fully developed and more described than other characters.
The main character in a story, novel or drama; this person is also involved in the main conflict.
a person, thing or force that competes with or goes against another (the protagonist).
a character in a story who contrasts, or differs, with the main character, usually to highlight one of their qualities.
Characters that are not described well, that you're not given much information about. They are boring and do not change, develop or grow.
A character that goes through little or no inner change in a story.
Cinderella's Evil Stepmother
She was evil in the beginning and evil at the end. She did not change her personality.
Mustache-wearing, pipe-hopping, mushroom-eating plumber.
Scar is the antagonist against Simba in the Lion King.
Harry Potter goes through many changes as the main character of the series.
Simba is the protagonist in the Lion King.
He is the main character in the movie.
Buddy Pine (aka Syndrome)
Syndrome makes Mr. Incredible look better in comparision. Especially because he is the villian.
a fictional character based on a common literary or social stereotype. Stock characters rely heavily names for their personality, manner of speech, and other characteristics.
Examples of Stock Characters
Damsel in Distress
character who undergoes an important inner change, as a change in personality or attitude.
The Grinch's heart was too small and after he found out the true meaning of Christmas, his heart grew.
a person with whom one shares a secret or private matter, trusting them not to repeat it to others.
Harry talks to Hermione throughout the series about secrets his is too afraid to admit to others. She never told his secrets to anyone else.