Okay, so I'm writing a story and I want to make them as real as possible. The only problem is, I have no idea. This wouldn't be an issue, but I remembered that it is never a good thing to have them just as black and white; I want people to be able to see them, or imagine as if they can meet them. (I tend to do this a lot) I think it would be useful to describe them... Adelaide: She tends to be mostly quiet, but when she is with her friends she talks a lot. If she thinks she is babbling, she shuts up. She does all of her homework, sometimes only putting half an effort in it. General goody-two shoes. (My only problem is she is too much like me) Lynn: Jumps to conclusions. Is normally hyper, due to her high caffiene intake. (Too... typical) Xavier: Spends all of his time texting, or online. Doesn't really care about anyone outside of his circle, including Lynn, his sister. (Too typical, again) Brandon: Sports nut. Bugs Adelaide (his sister) a lot. (Too "flat"; it seems like he is just a tool.) The parents don't matter, because they are parents, and this will be told from Adelaide's point of view, so they will be just... parents.