4) Look for Friction Opportunities

4) Look for Friction Opportunities

No character is an island, and so there will be others who interact or help him throughout the story. Look for flaws that will annoy and frustrate other characters, causing friction. The path should never be easy for a character, and they should stumble when it comes to relationships as well. This ensures they will fight for the people they really care for, even when it means looking within to make changes to allow for healthier friendships and interactions. 

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