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  1. #11
    Henry Domke
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    Re: The elongated yellow fruit

    Maybe a vague description of an individual, like the thin rogue, pale-skinned snitch, burly brawler, greasy gunman, or something. Vague descriptions will leave them shadow characters while making the use of enemy, adversary, foe, etc. less of a problem. Hope this helps.



  2. #12
    Rey Muniz
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    Re: The elongated yellow fruit

    In reply to Laura m. Usually the enemys of my main characters are almost like soldiers. Not really soldiers (I know it is very complicated) so I cant call them soldiers. Therein lies my problem.

    In regards to Henry Domke: Thank you very much. That is a very good suggestion and I have no doubt that I will put it to great use.

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