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Evan (No last name yet) - 15, dirty blonde hair, brown eyes. Is the sort of person that tells people what's on his mind. He ends up in Egypt with my other MC, Alex, they both don't know how they got there, but after finding out some very odd things, he believes that they're there for a reason and they have to help save Egypt from a pharaoh rising who will destory Egypt in order to make it like it used to be in the time that the pharaoh ruled. He is the sort of person who just trusts fate (sounds lame but I don't know how to put it) and he always wants to take action and be doing something to get closer to solving the problem in my story, so that makes him tend to not think things through. Alex (no last name yet either - 15, brown hair, blue eyes.) She is sort of the opposite of Evan, she doesn't think they are meant to stop the pharaoh, but she knows they have to. She is the type of person that needs proof to believe something is real. She always tries to get Evan and the other two characters, Ian/William and Kasaika to think everything through before they take action. She's smart, but not in an obvious way. She doesn't get perfect grades but surprises everyone a few times throughout the book with a smart idea or something of that sort. Ian/William (can't decide which name) Barnes - 16, blonde hair, green eyes. Very positive attitude, funny. His dad is an archaeologist so he has travelled with him his whole life, meet Evan and Alex when they get to Egypt. He's usually the one to warn Evan and Alex that they shouldn't do something and he is right a lot of the time, but Evan and Alex tend to do the thing anyway. Since his dad's an archaeologist he is the one who knows all about Egypt and all that. Kasaika (no last name yet) - 17 (I think, what age do you think?), Egyptian, short brown hair. Stubborn, thinks she is smarter than the rest of them but ultimately does what's right to help out her friends. The one with the street smarts, that is very helpful at odd jobs including hacking into a security system to steal from a museum. Basically the story is: Alex and Evan end up in Egypt, with no idea how they got there. They find a group of archaeolgists and then find out something they aren't supposed to, which is that they are tied to the pyramid that archaeolgists are exploring in an odd way. They also find out that the main archaeologist (Peter Barnes) is planning on raising the pharaoh buried inside because the pyramid's location allows for odd things to happen (archaeologist turns out to not really be bad) they escape with Peter's son, Ian/William and Kasaika goes with them because she thinks her mom is in on the plan. They find out they have to get four ancient artifacts that will cancel out the power of the pyramid, they get them all and one ends up being fake so it doesn't work, pharaoh rises anyway, they find out who the real bad guy is (Russell), they are only able to temporarily bring down the pharaoh and escape from russell. Okay so along the way, I want my characters personalities to clash, especially Alex and Evan's. What conflicts can I have with my characters, and any suggestions for the story? I already wrote the book, I'm going back to edit now.

Asked By: - 12/6/2010
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Girl, you're rockin' it here in B&A, but seriously... stop consulting the B&A committee about every character name, character trait, plot twist and subplot along the way. You've asked a trillion questions about this particular story and, if you just go by the novice advice you find here, your story won't be yours by... More
Answered By: HP Resource - 12/6/2010
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You already wrote the book and you haven't figured out how your characters interact yet... More
Answered By: cathrl69 - 12/6/2010
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