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  1. #11
    DaBlaRR
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtCoveRed View Post
    Is there something disagreeable about him now?

    Skim through a bunch of threads where Rogue and Jay have "discussions," you'll understand then.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DaBlaRR View Post
    Skim through a bunch of threads where Rogue and Jay have "discussions," you'll understand then.
    I actually did that but I still didn't get it, and the apparent immature rivalry was repulsive, so I guess I'll remain in the dark.

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    Personally, I think the number of characters in a story doesn't matter.
    What matters is if the story is good.
    For God so loves the world He gives His one and only son Jesus that whoever believes in Jesus shall not perish but has eternal life. John 3:16

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    I think it depends on the story. My last novella had six total and only two of them were main characters.

    The latest novel I wrote has dozens, but the main characters are transit, so they meet a lot of people along the way. It made more sense for there to be a lot of characters.

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