– A Character Who Stumbles Into Things
Cat (Charmed Life by Diana Wynne Jones)
– A Character Who Looks Past The Exterior Of Those Around Him.
Max (Penelope 2006) There are so many reasons why I love this movie but one thing I appreciated was the fact that Max didn't save Penelope. They both saved themselves even though Max was very inspired by Penelope.
George Cubbins (Lockwood and Co by Jonathan Stroud) There's a whole point made in the 'Empty Grave' book about George not caring about the physical appearances of others.
One criticism, did Prince Charming ever look past the exterior of those around him? because I thought he forgot what the charmed Cinderella looked like and simply had some sort of weird foot fetish.
– A Character Who Fights For Those He Cares About
Mr. Right (Mr. Right 2015)
Kaz Brekker (Six of Crows) (Despite what he admits to himself)
– A Character Who Fulfills The “Dreamy Soft Boy” Trope.
He would be understanding, gentle and tall.
Levi (Fangirl) I liked his and Cath's dynamic in the book.
Or Howl (Howl's Moving Castle) his heart was mentioned as being soft a couple of times.
I'm going to be perfectly honest, the combination of 'Dreamy' and 'Soft Boy' threw me a little. Most of the characters I consider to be soft boys aren't necessarily dreamy.
– A Beastly Character Who Is Redeemed
Daniel (Ready or Not 2019)
Adam Brody is amazing and I liked Daniel early on, but I think he qualifies as a beastly character who gets redeemed. I'm still not over him.
Count Olaf (Series of Unfortunate Events) Okay hear me out, Count Olaf wasn't redeemed but he did have a moment of redemption.
– A Character Who Assumes A False Identity.
Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes 2009)
The Scarlett Pimpernel. He used multiple disguises to rescue the French aristocracy during the French Revolution (in the book)
– A Character Who Loves To Explore.
The Doctor (Doctor Who)
I couldn't help myself, this was the reason I wanted to do this tag.
Dustfinger (InkHeart) The main point with Dustfinger was that he wanted to go home, but it's mentioned in the book that he lived with the traveling circus of sorts for a good portion of time.
A Character Who Is A Tough, Military Leader.
Aragorn (Lord of the Rings)
Gale (The Hunger Games Books)
A Character Who Is A Scoundrel With A Heart Of Gold.
Gwaine (Merlin) I'm still not over him. Honestly let's just assume that I'm not over most of the (movie/tv) guys I've mentioned. Ben Solo, Daniel, Gwaine, the Doctor, Billy.
Peaceable Drummond Sherwood (The Sherwood Ring by Elizabeth Marie Pope) He was such a fun character who was ever the gentleman and clever red-coat captain.
A Character Who Undergoes A Transformation.
Billy Hargrove (Stranger Things) I'm still not over him either.
Jacob (City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab) Does being a ghost count as a transformation?
A Character Who Is A Down-To-Earth Hero.
Luke Danes (Gilmore Girls)
Atticus Finch (To Kill A Mockingbird) We're going to ignore 'Go Set a Watchman'
Or the dad character in 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' by Ray Bradbury
A Character Who’s Obnoxious But Still Lovable.
Jean Ralphio (Parks and Recreation)
Kips (Lockwood and Co) I disliked Kips at first but I was tricked into liking him later on.