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~Character stereotypes and how to avoid em~

• WHY: Why are stereotypes bad? They are predictable, boring, annoying, cliché, flat, one-dimensional, need I go on? There’s no advantage to a character stereotype. They water down amazing plots and hinder a mediocre story that could become a great one. I’m not saying at all to avoid predictability so much that your character is all over the place, but, avoid complete stereotyping.
• START: For the sake of simplicity in describing your character to someone else, you may want to use some stereotype wording to paint a quick idea. BUT be careful, and show that your character is more than just that. For example my character Cecelia Hazel is a dumb pretty popular cheerleader with powers. But she’s a kind person who doesn't really get mad. She has powers but she is never a good fighter. She tries martial arts but fails at it. From the assumption of the stereotype “cheerleader” you could assume Cecelia was mean and arrogant and maybe even aggressive too when she isn’t at all. She's a really nice person but she doesn't always get what she wants. Due to lack of intelligence she struggles in school and gets picked on sometimes too. So it’s fine to use a social grouping stereotype when describing your character. Just make sure to show there is more to them than that! My point exactly.
• COLLECTIVES: It’s perfectly okay to have your character’s school grouped up into “the cool kids”, “the nerds”, “the cheerleaders” and so on as long as the characters you bring to attention from these categories are still real-sounding. If you bring a cheerleader to the reader’s attention she shouldn’t be blond-haired, blue-eyed, dumb, pretty, popular, mean, rich, fixated on causing harm to others, and a guy magnet. We shouldn’t be able to predict her. Give her a unique but realistic look. Maybe she has some acne. Maybe her hair ISN’T perfect. Maybe she’s an anorexic. Maybe she’s popular because she is a really kind person. Maybe she is even shy. Show us who she is as an individual and not just a cookie-cutter character. The same would go for your jock for example. There are more football positions than the quarterback but a lot of shows tend to pick that one. Maybe your jock struggles to keep in shape but just APPEARS to be strong. Maybe his family isn’t athletic at all. All jocks aren’t aggressive bullies who pick on geeks. Maybe he’s a geek himself! You never know until you figure it out.
• REALISTIC: The goal of characters is to make them seem real even if it’s a completely impossible fantasy world. Maybe your school is in space and none of your characters even remotely resemble humans. Some aliens might have advantage over others. There will still be the classmates that don't fit in and the ones everybody seems to like, but have reasons for how things get to be that way. Show depth as always. Paint a vivid picture with a plausible background so the reader can know why things are the way they are. Nobody is “born cool”. Other people have to see them that way first for some kind of reason.
• MALE: There are tons and tons of stereotypes but here I will address the major ones to get the point across. If a stereotype is not listed on this page that doesn't make it any better or worse than the ones which are listed. Lots of people have predetermined ideas of what guys are like in stories and they aren’t always like this in real life. We all know that there’s so much more to a person than could ever be written in a book/bio or shown in a movie. But at least make an effort to show more than what we see on the surface. Make these people come alive instead of being just flat pieces of paper.
o BAD BOY/REBEL: Some kind of gangster/tough guy who thinks he’s all that and above the rules and knows better when he isn’t—this is the bad boy. You can picture him smoking, dressed in black, maybe with some saggy jeans. He might have some tattoos too, and a bit of muscle. He probably thinks he’s too cool for you, and is definitely too cool for school. He acts all tough but he tends to have some kind of embarrassingly pitiful (and irrelevant) weakness. He tends to cause trouble for no viable reason.
o ADORKABLE: He is some kind of shy awkward dork that the fandom loves but for some reason most of the characters in the show can't see how amazing he is. Debatably he might be a fan service character, some kind of underdog hero or even a Mary sue who is good at a lot of things and doesn't get recognition for it. He's usually a character intended to invoke a certain reaction in the audience but writers who are more well trained for this can spot a forcedly adorkable character and be annoyed by it.
o NERD: He is usually well-versed and impossibly smart bordering on the Mary sue line. But for some reason he is usually hated when realistically he would be the envy of most students in a normal school because of his high grades. He may be book/school smart but not street smart. He is also usually conveniently into what other characters need help with and is used mainly as a plot device rather than being an actual person. He is very rarely given attention and credit he deserves. Even if he contributes more to the story world than any character he still somehow ends up in the background at the end.
o GEEK: Different than the nerd, the geek may not get good grades at all. In fact the opposite is more likely. Looks are irrelevant but even if he’s a 10/10 most of the other characters will act as if he is ugly or plain. He usually likes video games where they are seen as “uncool” though most of the world’s population that has access to some kind of game will get into it. No matter what he does, the geek is unfairly seen as a loser even if he’s a cool kid who would be popular in a realistic school setting. He probably wants to be popular.
o JOCK: He is into whatever sport or sports are regarded as cool in school, maybe even an impossibly large amount of sports. He is typically captain or some significant player. But he is usually some kind of idiot. He is strong, mean, and aggressive but sports and womanizing are the only things he's good at. He's usually a bully with a few lackeys who cower in fear as they do what he says. He hates nerds in particular and tends to pick on geeks for no viable reason. He is popular somehow with an obviously horrible personality that most of the student body tends to ignore. He is usually dating a cheerleader and he is the crush of one or more unpopular girls.
o EMO/GOTH/PUNK: He is in the background and disconnects himself from the world, surrounding himself in a wall of gloom and doom. Whether half asleep, angry, violent, or docile, he never really gets much attention or says much. He might be a deep thinker but he's always overlooked and the spotlight stays away from this dark soul. He's usually into hard rock and only likes to hang around people with a similar style choice. He has an unexplained dislike for most people of other style choices.
o BEST FRIEND: He is usually fatter, uglier, and less likeable than the main character. He may have an amazing personality and lots of dedication but he’ll never be the hero or get the credit that he should. He may have a girlfriend at some point but she always comes in second to his best friend. He has no personal life outside of his best friend and whatever they do together. He is the follower and his best friend makes all the decisions. People may not know his real name even; just that he is somebody’s sidekick. Sometimes he is even paired with his best friend’s love interest’s best friend for no reason other than convenience.  
o MISTER PERFECT: A senseless good-looking guy is often thrown into stories for no other reason than to be a fan service object of lust of girls. He is usually only good at some superficial things that the girl in the story would like, whether its sports, games, fighting, whatever. He’s a borderline Mary sue. He serves no purpose other than to be what girls want but can't have.
o BROTHER: Lots of characters, usually girls, will have a brother, usually younger, in the story which has absolutely no significance or purpose at all other than to make mischief or say a couple lines to get her to think or something. If he doesn't contribute to the story, take him out or maybe only mention that your character has a brother without including him.
• FEMALE: To avoid making Mary sues here especially, continue to think of what makes a real, cool girl character deserving of whatever role in your story. Don't just throw in extra girls for the sake of it
o PRINCESS: She’s gorgeous fan service for guys. She’s popular, everyone likes her, and she gets what she wants and if she doesn't she acts like a diva. She’s typically blond with a tan and a curvy body. Her family probably has a lot of money or at least enough to spoil her. She hasn’t got a care in the world. She’s usually a cheerleader or into something else girly and loves fashion. She’s mean and a bully. There is no known explanation for how she could have gotten that popular with such an awful personality, unless she sleeps around.
o TOUGH/SASSY: The fighter girl who goes for “it”, whatever it is and usually gets what she wants. She is forceful and rude and no one would dare stand in her way. I would see her as maybe a bully but for some reason other characters are okay with her. She is described as bold and brave but she’s really an arrogant rebel, usually angry with something to prove.
o NERD: She’s some shy smart girl, usually ugly or awkward with some kind of obvious physical flaw that nobody really looks past. She may be book smart but completely clueless in other areas of importance in life. She may have a super nice personality but the writer makes sure it never sees the light of day and that she stays in the background unless someone gives her some kind of shallow superficial makeover.
o GIRL NEXT DOOR: This plain Jane, regarded as average or even ugly, is actually just that. Either she’s an obvious beauty somehow regarded as ugly or she is really just too plain to serve a purpose in this story. She usually whines about wanting to be cool and popular but doesn't try hard enough. Or if she does, she fails at it and falls flat on her face. When she finally reaches her goal of becoming popular, she throws it all away usually for a boy or “to do the right thing” and couldn’t be more of a Mary sue. She has no real definable personality and no actual character flaws either. Nobody even knows why she is the focus of the story or why she is in it at all.
o TOMBOY: She also has something to prove and is a bit of a rebel. She's gotta do just the opposite of what's expected of her and makes it annoyingly abundantly clear to the reader that even though she is a girl, she hates girly stuff.
o ARTSY: Ugh, I hate this word, let me just say. It’s some geeky girl whose creativity is most commonly expressed through messy painting. She is talented but it has no significance to the story. She is an introvert and not a lot of people know about her gift.
o EMO/GOTH/PUNK: Similar to her male counterpart only more whiny, vicious, and aggressive. She's a total jerk but people let her get away with it and either give in to her or avoid her. Whoever she ends up with is either like her, or somebody she’d never realistically be able to get along with and they “accept her for who she is” meaning they let her walk all over them and don't help her grow as a person. She usually has warped views of society and an overly pessimistic attitude towards things.
o BEST FRIEND: A sidekick, a lesser attractive friend for the main character who loyally does what they says. Even if she has a completely different kind of personality she is still somehow the follower of her best friend. Even if it’s completely unrealistic that they would ever have become friends in the first place. Their friendship has usually been around forever and this girl has no life of her own other than being the lesser compliment to her friend. If her best friend is male she is likely to have an obvious but not so obvious crush on him.
o SISTER: Similar to the brother but vastly more common, lots of characters both guys and girls usually have some kind of insignificant sister thrown in there. I personally feel that a lot of writers tend to include a sister just to throw in an extra girl, maybe one that they think they will use later but never do. It IS a way to worm an extra girl into the story “canonically”, but, she seems pointlessly forced in where not needed, more often than not. If your character happens to have a sister and you want to write her, make sure she is worthy of being in there!
• FIXES: Basing your character off a stereotype and then adding traits from another type that your reader did not see coming is okay. But if you see that your character is pretty well described in one or two of these stereotypes, I think it’s best to rethink them and add more detail, maybe take some things out or change them. If you don't know where to start, start with the personality. Take a short time and write out at least 200 words that describes your character, preferably even longer than that. Expound on their interests and hobbies in another section. And then add a few sentences of how they have changed or how they have become who they are in their backstory. Make sure your character stands out as an individual even if they are a member of some kind of group, sport, club, or clique. Make sure they also have an explanation for being part of that group. Give them a life of their own and a reason for everything. Good luck!
Made this guide with this list on my mind:  Guide to (stereotypical) Personality ArchetypesMale:
1) The bad boy – He’s really tough, usually aloof and pushes people away. Few people actually get the “honor” of getting to know him. He usually has a secret past.
2) The adorkable dude – He’s upbeat and smiley, even though he’s just regarded as average or even a loser by the world. He has a heart of gold and is often the main hero of stories
3) The nerdy dude – Whether getting good grades is in or out, he never fails to get the GPA, do all the research, and ask questions in class. He’s usually into science or math.
4) The jock dude – He can play every sport known to man and be good at it too. He also watches sports, drinks Gatorade, and is a chick magnet for no apparent reason.
5) The weird dude – He’s usually into a lot of random nonconformist music, and believes in aliens and possibly karma. He could be completely superstitious, usually quiet.
6) The insane dude – He has this untamable force of energ
 <--- isn't an official guide but for some reason people seemed to like it so I wanted to make a more in depth analysis of stereotypes and actually give advice on how to fix them. For some reason in that old list, people tried to classify themselves (?) which I don't get at all, since there are so much more to who we are than stereotypes and that's the whole point. 

As always, my guides are made to help but if this guide doesn't help you then there is nothing to say so carry on and look for a guide that DOES help you. Any comments about how you think you could have written my guide better or whatever will be hidden. 

That said, I hope you have learned something new from this guide whether its something to keep in mind for the future or maybe to apply to your characters now. Thanks for reading!
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Logandeathblade1 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Professional Writer
Could you tell me what you think of the final chapter of my story so far?
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
Send me the link and I'll get to it when I can
What kind of feedback are you looking for
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Any type, really. I want to improve.  Just don't be overly rude. Hold up, lemme post it from my Google docs. Here we go! logandeathblade1.deviantart.co…
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i wont be rude lol im not that kind
ill probs just point out typos tbh
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Logandeathblade1 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Professional Writer
AIght. I don't use , after dialogue jtlyk
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
yeah commas shouldnt be at the end of sentences lol
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Yeah. Anything else you see?
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I'll have to read it another day. I've got a very busy set of days coming up
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MetallicBeats Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
This is a very nice list! I try my best not to let my characters fall into stereotypes. Do you happen to do character reviews though?
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
but notjing explicit, of course
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
i can give my opinion on quality as well as personal taste
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MetallicBeats Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright, thanks. But the character is really long to type out... 0.0 Is there anything in specific you'd just wanna know?
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
whatever info you have is fine. the only category i have a limit for is backstory. i will not read a backstory over 200 words
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MetallicBeats Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright thanks. ^^ You also did say you don't want to read anything explicit eother... But my characters backstory is a little dark and violent. ^^; Its not like over the top horrifying but it just has a couple deaths.
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if its just a mention of a few deaths then thats not explicit. however, sexual themes, description of abuse, and detailed descriptions involving people being destroyed are some of the things i would consider to be explicit. 
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MetallicBeats Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright, it's not really anything like that, like I said there are darker parts but I won't put them in detail.

My character's name is Roxy A. Beauford. She started out in a family of two parents and a brother, but the family was rather chaotic... The father was a bad drug addict and could never really think straight anymore, and has violent tendancies. The mother tried her best to shield her children from him, but eventually they had to end up divorcing because things were getting too risky. But as they split ways, the father was still very mad in the head and ended up killing the mother, leaving Roxy and her brother on their own. However as her brother was taken to a ward, Roxy ran off on her own, it was almost too much for her to take and couldn't stop running as she was terribly frightened. She ended up in survival on her own for a little while, until a worker at a store, Keiran, saw she was completely homeless and a mess and decided to put her under legal guardian care until she could be on her own. Roxy has improved since then, but some of her past rubs off onto her personality.

I will type her personality next, but what do you think of her backstory? I hope it makes sense at least 0.0
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It makes sense but you definitely need more positives in there.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
totes
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It's very useful to view the steriotypes more closely. Now I can work more constructively on my character designs. 
I see that I have to go back and rewrite some of my characters to be more relevant for the main plot I'm working on. (Especially the main character's younger brother)Llama Emoji-10 (Shy) [V1]  
Also, this guide is of great use when I'm going to decide how the characters will think or act in the plot.
I really appreciate this guide! Thank you!Neko Emoji-37 (Yay) [V2] 
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cool thanks :) :hug:
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Luspear-Soram Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Wow. This is really good. I couldn't help but to compare my two main characters to this. Fortunatly they don't fit the stereotypes. They seem to be combinations of two or more stereotypes, which really don't seem to fit together. Luspear is the female lead. She is a mix of princess and tomboy. She has a bold, outgoing and assertive personality. Luspear is a literal princess. However she runs away from home to go on an adventure. She changes her appearance from a princess one to a tomboy one.  She has a lot of fighting, but also a lot of romance. Soram is the male lead. He is a mix of mister perfect, emo (goth, punk) and nerd. He has a reserved, sensitive and shy personality. He studies a lot, so he is wise in magic and mysticism. He has a tragic past, and he feels deeply remorseful about it. Soram is very pretty and attractive. He can even sing very nicely. However he has a hard time getting a girlfriend, because his solcial skills are not very good. When I create these characters, I think hard about their different traits and how they go together. Later I compare them to stereotypes, and see how seemingly mixed up they are. Hopefully I'm on the right track.
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they seem kind of cliche to me but in just this short paragraph description its hard to show depth. 
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StopAtTheEdge Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016  Student Digital Artist
It is good to have a list of character stereotypes for reference, because while all characters have a trope and stereotype, there is always a way to avert it someway even though they still fall in the cathegory...
Anyways, good job!  
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Im glad you found it helpful
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
But thanks
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Notevery character has a stereotype
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Oh, I think I was saying it because my characters do have a generic trope they fall into. (stereotypes in some other stories) I messed up words, sorry. I'm not native speaker. ^^;
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Thats not a good thing tho to fall into just one specific trope
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StopAtTheEdge Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2016  Student Digital Artist
... It's like, one trope is the most noticeable on them and it's being averted and developed as the story goes...
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oh
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Oh ok
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Ylum-Aura Featured By Owner May 28, 2016  Student General Artist
I have a female OC that is very similar to a "princess", but she's not a bully or something like that and she's an orphan. Do you think that she may be a Stereotyped character in any case? 
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i dont know your character so i cant say ;o; but send me more details and ill let ya know what i think ;)
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Ylum-Aura Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student General Artist
She's very beautiful and she's often courted by older guys, but she don't like this too much. She has many TRUE friends (usually 'princesses' have loads of fake friends that stay with them only because they're popular) and she's also very kind with outcasts, too. 
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
sounds nice in general tho
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
doesnt completely sound like the stereotype right off the bat but to help her out in any case she could use some flaws
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Ylum-Aura Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student General Artist
You're right, thank you!
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
so wassup
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:)
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nadjalovescandy Featured By Owner May 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Good list! I wish more (fanfiction) writers were aware of this.
However there is a logical psychological explanation for the Jock to be mean, especially to nerds. As you mentioned he is an idiot. Since he knows, that he will never become smart, his ego will make intelligence a lousy feature. He is actually secretly jealous of the nerds and their mental superiority (though he would never admit that, not even to himself). They are better than him at a certain area and he can't stand that. That is why to prove himself, he will attack the nerds.
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That is interesting. I have my own idea. Jocks are not necessarily stupid. They have a good kinesthetic intelligence. This helps them move their bodies effective while playing sports. On the other hand, Nerds have academic intelligence, which helps them succeed at school and similar areas. There are a wide variety of intelligence, but academic intelligence is the only one that was traditionally recognized as intelligence. I think jocks build a strong ego, because they are good at athletics. This makes them arrogant. So they pick on nerds because they are deemed not athletic enough. When a jock is really that egotistical, they are too shortsighted to appreciate nerds for their strong academic skills. Overall everybody has their strengths and weaknesses. It takes an open mind and a bit of humility to understand.
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not all jocks are like that and thats the point. some athletes also get good grades and are pretty smart. ive known a ton XD  
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That's true, in real life jocks can be smart. But I was talking about the stereotypical jock character. He's usually kinda dumb.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 27, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
yeah but stereotypes are what we're trying to avoid here ^^;
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nadjalovescandy Featured By Owner May 28, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, I understand that. It's just that I wanted to comment on this phrase: "He hates nerds in particular and tends to pick on geeks for no viable reason." I meant that there is a reason for him to pick on them in particular.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 28, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
there is no reason usually explained in the show
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Kobuta-Nori Featured By Owner May 26, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
there's also that guy that's forced into the love triangle for the sake of plot when he never even stands a chance
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Luspear-Soram Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
That  reminds of Jacob from Twilight. The poor doggy never stood a chance. Even the Honest Trailers note how forced and contrived the love triangle is.
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner May 26, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
thats not really a character specific stereotype but yeah i get it. thats annoying! a pointless love triangle where a character only exists to be hurt :/
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StatykElectricity Featured By Owner May 26, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I find a really good way to avoid stereotypes is by getting one and kinda mixing it up with another, giving characters a little more depth than "pretty" or "jock".
But also adding in additional motivations and thought processes.

by the way, this is a very helpful guide and I'm definitely gonna check more of your stuff!
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