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A quiz for your lead characters

Here's a good list of questions to ask your hero


Your age?


Hair colour? Style?


How do you dress?

Best feature?

How attractive on a scale of 1-10?

Your mother?

Your father?

Song you always hum?

Your favorite place?

Your 6 month goal?

Your life dream?

Things you hate?

Something you aren’t?

What’s on your birthday wish list?

What are you weakest traits?

Your best friend?

Your personality in a nutshell?

Your bad mood mode?

Your worst characteristic?

Your biggest asset?

One thing you want to accomplish?

Your best childhood friend?

Your worst enemy?

Something you are?

What you want to control?

Your secret?

You as a lover?

What drives you?

What do you fear most?

What are you very, very good at?

​How would someone realize you are irritated or impatient?

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