My book is Ender’s Game, the main character is Ender Wiggin. He has a very interesting personality. He is a very dynamic character. Another main character so far in the book is Colonel Graff, he is very mysterious, he is in the book a little so far, but he is such big character. He is a very flat character.
The most major character that is not a main character in Alai, Ender’s best friend, he is Ender’s sidekick, he is always by his side and he will never leave. He has basically been Ender’s friend since the beginning. Another sidekick he has is Valentine, she is always by Ender’s side throughout the whole book and loves him more than any other character in the whole book. She even loves him more than their own parents. Valentine are trying to change the way the world is and about Ender and the I.F.
The antagonist is probably Colonel Graff and (or) The I.F., Valentine and Peter are trying to change the world and get rid of the I.F. and Valentine is trying to get Ender back. They think the I.F. is fake and the aliens are dead but colonel Graff and the I.F. are against that. You could say that the I.F. is the nemesis, the undefeatable foe. They have the whole world under their noses telling them that the aliens will come back and the world bows to them. The I.F is basically the king of the whole book.
Main Character: Central character, character that the book is built around.
Major Character: Character that is central to development of stories conflict.
Minor Character: Don’t move plot at all or barely, but they CAN be very important in a book
Static/Flat Character: Do not change, stereotype
Dynamic/Round: Unique character, mix of good and bad, round qualities
Protagonist: For change
Antagonist: Against change
Nemesis: Ultimate, undefeatable foe, source of ruin, something related to vengeance
Sidekick: Always by side, never leave, someone to always depend on, infinitely loyale