Your heroes are your champions around whom the story revolves. They are often brave and even if they are not normally courageous, they are at least courageous enough to accomplish a goal. The type of hero or heroine in your story determines the type of story told. If your hero or heroine is a warrior, he or she will most likely solve resistance with fighting. If your hero or heroine is intelligent, he or she will most likely solve dilemmas with thought. If your hero or heroine is cunning, he or she will most likely solve quandary with guile. If your hero or heroine is wise, he or she will most likely solve problems with wisdom. Your heroes have some skill or ability that sets them apart. They have learned these skills, or know them innately. They will summon these skills from within themselves or gain them through the teachings of others. They will practice and they will learn, and the audience will love them for their adventure.
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