His whole character is basically just angry and growling for 17 years. His character development is either stunted or sometimes nonexistent, he's a huge douche-bag, and people only seem to care about the fact that he's a stereotypical Dirty Harry bad boy who kills people so it makes him "cool".1 AnswerPolls & Surveys2 months ago
What I'm trying to say, but didn't want to make the question too long is that,...
For example, some people change their minds a lot on what they want to be when they grow up and what kind of views they have. Then some people know exactly what they want at childhood and grow up to be just that and have the same views2 AnswersPsychology2 months ago
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Could I say that an entire show is a 'saga', and each season is a 'story arc' within that saga?
Or is a saga just like one episode or a small portion of an episode?3 AnswersComics & Animation2 months ago
A reserved and hardened man meets a (seemingly) kind hearted woman and falls madly in love after she melts away his cold outer wall. They live together for 10 years happily, or so it seemed. But one day the man finds out that the woman who he thought loved him dearly for years was actually a spy sent to steal secrets from him for years for her boss and never truly loved him at all. Devastated by the truth, the man becomes severely depressed and heartbroken and goes into exile for years. He decides that no matter how hard he tries he can't get over his feelings for her and his depression, so he attempts suicide, but before he's successful, he finds out that the world is facing a threat that only he can solve, he tries to decide whether hell go back or whether he'll just give up and just go back to attempt suicide. He's pretty much given up on humanity at this point.4 AnswersBooks & Authors4 months ago
I forgot the story's name but it went something like this...
A man lived a miserable life. He was weak, unattractive in appearance, not very intelligent, lived in poverty, was rejected in everyday life, was cheated, etc. He lived in a world where he pretty much had no power or control over anything in his life. One day, he met these otherworldly creatures and they told him they had the ability to grant him a wish and give him something he truly wanted. So he told these creatures that since he was so powerless and worthless, he wanted to be someone else. So they granted him that wish. They made his life a little similar to a comic.
He then woke up the next day in an alternate reality where he was everything he never could be before. He was intelligent, middle class, good-looking, and he actually gained special abilities. Not everything in life was good, but most was.
But there were also many challenges that came his way.2 AnswersBooks & Authors5 months ago
I mean like hero, antihero, etc.
Let's say this person has superpowers
They don't mind stopping a crime if they just so happen to run into one, and save people SOMETIMES, but not usually because they feel it's not really their job/responsibility to do such things. It's mainly just because they're nice. Being a superhero is not something they really think on.
When they do save someone, they immediately leave because they are reserved and don't really care about being friendly with you afterwards
They have no qualms at all about using their powers for personal gain, for example gaining money, or for self-entertainment.
They would step in to save the world if the whole world was being threatened3 AnswersPolls & Surveys5 months ago
Is the fact that they are geniuses the cause? Or is it something else6 AnswersPsychology5 months ago