I was inspired by mynameissarahgrace's thread is there such a thing as a too unique character ... One of my short story is now unravelling in a novella. But my problem is the "voice" character. He is not of this world, he is not of the dead, nor is he of the living. The best way I can describe him would be a ghost who can sustain corporeal form by absorbing all forms of energy that surrounds him. His corporeal form would be like a regular human, maybe a bit paler and colder, and in the beams of direct sunlight he can be translucent if he does not keep absorbing energy. Also, this energy or life force can be transferred into others in times of need and that's how he saves a young girls life. When he depletes all of is own "life force" into someone else he hovers close to the earth - floating pulsing wisp of mist. I do not have a name for what he his, I just know about his special ability. Would you consider him to be unique and intriguing or too weird and not credible?