Main Characters

Get to know the main characters that have left a lasting impression in your favorite TV shows and movies. Discover their fascinating storylines and see how they have shaped the narratives we love.
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P is the 16th letter of the alphabet, and she was only used in the word "MAP". She is the 5th and last member of The LMNOP Crew. She's married to G, since she has a baby with him that looks like G but lowercase. She appeared to have some sort of attraction for G, as she was constantly kissing him as a lowercase letter. After F ran next to them and cried out the ! gem, P received it. Sometime between F's departure and eventual F's return, P grew into an adult. In her titular episode, P, P…

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Brandee Summers
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This article is about Ferb Fletcher. For his 2nd dimension counterpart, see Ferb Fletcher (2nd Dimension). Ferb Fletcher is one of the two titular protagonists of the Disney Channel Original Series of the same names. He is an English child of the Fletcher family currently living in the American city of Danville. He is one of three children of the Flynn-Fletcher household among his step-siblings Phineas and Candace Flynn. Ferb rarely speaks but is not actually shy as others would assume, he…

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Cameron Rike
Kill off your main characters. Please. Not as a cheap ending, or right at the beginning for shock value. Kill them in the middle, and do it well. Leave every character reeling and unable to comprehend what happens next. Leave your antagonists without a solid enemy, wondering if they've gone too far. When you shatter the heart of a story, a thousand tiny shards will spilt away and grow. Focus on the side characters; the supporting cast, the love interest. Think about how they would change, break Writing Prompts, Writing A Book, Films, Fandom, Writing Dialogue Prompts, Writing Promps, Writing Promts, Writing Challenge, Writing Plot

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