The heroes set goals both for themselves and for their adventure. The goals define the type of hero or heroine your character will be and, as mentioned before, the type of hero or heroine they are determines the story. If your audience emotes with the characters as they set their goals, they will be empathetic with them all the way to the end of the story and beyond. The heroes will resonate and the opponents will be well rounded and well received. Goals can be physical, financial, emotional, social, intimate, personal, shared by a group or any other adjective you can think of to allow your characters the best expression of what they would like to achieve. The greater the goal, the greater the hero or heroine.
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