I have been thinking about this for days, that my main charcter is too unrealistic i suppose. I could be wrong though. My main charcter Phoenix is at first a normal fellow, where he makes pranks in the bathrooms, hitting up the arcade, going to the movies, and throws water baloons at cheerleaders in the school he goes to in North Carolina. (Fictional school and city in a real state.) You know, the normal kid who gets into trouble sometimes, hangs out with friends and sometimes flirts with girls (not as likely though). The simple stuff. While having fun, he also has to hide his powers and his secret double life. Besides his double life and hiding it, he expect to return home to his home where Olympus is at, and he realizes everybody in olympus as far as he knows was murdered and killed, so he goes through a massive change. He begins to worry about his childhood friend Rayleigh, the last surviving member he ever considered family- left alive. He soon becomes a drastically quiet person, barely speaking a word, where before he used to talk alot. He then takes responsibility for everything (more then he used too) and becomes very mature. He ends up becoming an adult before he has too. He soon acts like he is on his own- a lone wolf. After being traumatized by his experiences he is also a shallow fellow. Becoming extremely strong in courage- and thinks less of himself. He also plans to give his life to anyone he cares about and would end his own life to save others. He doesn't like it when people die, so he sometimes get too stressed out because he wants to save everyone. He then has the problem of dealing with insults- he feels threatened all the time when somebody insults him. He takes this so seriously because of what happened to other kids in his school. He begins to feel paranoid. Everybody he knows in the normal life, grow concern for him while he fights off his shaky life along with fighting off demons and the ones who ruined his life. Do you guys like this Protagonist so far? I just wanted to see the reception of the fellow writers on this site.