Try to come up with a non-traditional i. Medusa was defeated when Perseus got the bright idea to look at her through a reflection. It just might not be as interesting. Ideally, your other characters and your readers know next to nothing about these monsters at the start. Slowly, your protagonist learns more about the creature and develops an often-risky plan to defeat it.
In horror and a lot of science fiction and fantasy , your characters learn about the monster through the use of redshirts. Redshirts, simply put, are characters who only exist to get killed. They learn how it kills, how it hunts, how it moves. They learn its capabilities. And ultimately, they discover its weakness. You monster must have a motivation.
That motivation can be simple, like eating or breeding. Think Alien or The Meg. But it can also be more complicated. Is it intelligent? Does it want to take over the world? Does it just want to protect its home environment, its family, or itself?
Is it just having a fun hunting party, like Predator? Photo from. You're now in slide show mode. Forgot password? Keep me signed in. Your email? The email you used to create your account. The last part of your Myspace URL. Ex: myspace. Facebook Twitter Email. Full Name? Most people use their real name. In the past, he has adamantly denied allegations of abuse. In the s, when he was hired to helm X-Men , Singer was one of the hottest directors in Hollywood, coming off his Sundance-winning debut Public Access and his Oscar-winning sensation The Usual Suspects.
On X-Men , the director raised eyebrows and ire when it came to the screenplay. According to Hayter, he wrote what amounted to 55 percent of the script, though other insiders say the majority of what you see on screen was penned by McQuarrie and Solomon, who were so upset by the process that they asked that their names be removed from the film. And then there was casting. Mattel for instance loves to reverse the usual monster trait. Draculaura hating blood even though she's a vampire, Cleo DeNile being afraid of the dark even though mummies usually 'populate' dark places — pyramids - and sleep in sarcophagi, Lorna McNessie loving to photobomb even though she is the daughter of the Loch Ness monster and should, by mythology, rather avoid cameras, Ghoulia Yelpes who is rather smart for a zombie and so on.
Some of these reversed or exaggerated traits make good monster quirks. However, mental or physical disabilities aren't usually displayed as a flaw. Something that your FC really can't stand. Easy enough?
Well this can be sometimes challenging as well. To help you with that section, you can for example address the FCs flaw again. You can also think of stuff that you yourself rather dislike but it should fit to your character as well.
Of course another good idea here would be too look at the pet peeves of the canons. Here I made another really short because the official Monster High page is so messy and doesn't work like it should most of the time As you can see, most of the pet peeves above are related to their monster traits: whether they are having a problem with it themselves or with others having a problem with it. Others are more personal issues, like Ghoulia's and Clawdeen's, and other pet peeves have something to do with the character's professional career, as we can see with Elissabat.
Maybe you can figure out the name of the style, but if you are not that into fashion - like me - this also could be a hardish task to complete. These sections are speaking for themselves. These part usually is the easiest. Monster High is probably the most punny show there is. They morphed every possible word with, what I will call "Monster Lingu": The cafeteria becomes the "creeperia" , if you take a "biteology" class that would be biology and if you are in for a nice basketball game, you might call it "casketball" instead.
The Monster High wiki provides a list of canon terms that you could use but you are - of course - absolutely free to make punny words up as you go! What you shouldn't do, however, is trying to use a certain accent or dialect on your monster's bio just because they are supposed to speak that accent or dialect.
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