Hi there, I'm very new to writing, and so placing a tentative toe in the waters here to see what sorts of ripples I make... I'm writing a piece of dystopia, set in a fundamentally unequal society. I'm exploring the idea of having two protagonists, each with the same goal: trying to change the system, but with different approaches: one from within, one from without. The main conflicts are with each other and with the system itself. Is such an approach advisable? Has anyone tried this? Is it too much work to get the reader to empathise with two largely different MCs? A quick search on dual protagonist novels tends to lead me down the romance path, and I'm not really wanting to go there. Any tips on how to use multiple main characters is greatly appreciated. Thanks!