Character Dynamic

Do-er

as an approach, the Main Character prefers to adapt their environment to themselves

This dynamic defines where the Author sees the story developing from an objective point-of-view. In this case, that Character Dynamic would be as an approach, the Main Character prefers to adapt their environment to themselves. For example:

  • an illegal alien who prefers to shoot first and ask questions later
  • a high muckety-muck who exercises to work through complicated math equations
  • an only child who sleeps around to avoid dealing with their childhood

Original Dramatica® Definition:

Every Main Character will have a preference to deal with problems by either physical effort or by mental/emotional effort. When a Main Character prefers working in the external environment, he is a Do-er.

Storyform Connections

The following narratives share a similiar of Do-er:

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