Bay has explosions, Tarantino has swearing and gore. Like movies, writers on CV seem to have a certain thing, trait or whatever in all of their characters. What are some of yours, or some of the trademarks you see in others?
- Zauby's characters always have a kind of emotional weaknesses which make them highly realistic.
- Andres's characters always feel like they are the best of their particular field.
- Gamblers characters are always highly unpredictable hence making them deadly.
- My characters always have a tendency to die quickly (See Xenon, See Stark, Shinigami, etc...)
- Puzzler's character always have a way of attaining knowledge about loads of things (Spiller is a telepath, Mutant Affairs, Doppler had spies etc...)
- Valeria always writes high class style with whatever character she produces.
@_animus_: Usually when I make that joke people ask "what the hell is mint?"
But yeah, Vine Earth is apparently White people (usually of western or northerneuropean descent to boot) , East Asians, a few blacks, and Arabs, Native Americans, and Indians don't exist.
You know what? Idk if i have any specific trademarks in between Lilith Grimm or @ashur_caderyn. I tried my best to almost make them polar opposites so idk if you can say that they have anything in common that you could point out as a trademark. (I'm ignoring Shade because he was a temporary thing)
- A lot of my characters tend to be from Ireland or the U.K.
- Bits of Dark and Blue Humor
- Non-Sci-Fi or Fantasy Weapons, Usually very specific Firearms but exceptions are made
- Tends to be a little gritty, and always has tragedy in their background
- Few to actually no powers whatsoever
So far my only trade marks is Gods and Goddesses. I plan on doing it differently and better then anyone else. I don't plan on being OP about it, even though my Gods and Goddesses could be if they wanted to be. They simply choose to meet challenges face on giving themselves the chance to learn lessons from new encounters. They wish to be molded by the new world around themselves.