Ok, i'm writing a story [screenplay] set in the future, good ideas and the plot is rock solid. Here's the deal, my characters, as any great space adventure post star wars, seem very much like those of "Luke" and "Vadar". My character Lord Thade basically was a pollitician who after recieving a new draft of "The Patriot Act" begins to use his new extreme powers to evolve the human race into an "arian race". I use this quote because throughout the story he is strikingly similar to Hitler. This was done on purpose, because he evolved into "Darth Vadar Jr" so i dragged him even darker, being an orator, and being very powerful through his words. So, with his "arian race" of machines he overtakes humanity except a group of rebels. See, my Hilter style character just seems very Vadar to me, but i'm happy with him. The real character that i'm having problems with is the hero, Vox. Vox is my hero, the rebel, who lost his father to the hands of Thade. Now, my character just doesn't seem deep, rounded, well created. I have a great voice actor for the machinima film, and i was some dramatic things to happen. The basic plot is the hunt of Thade as he looks for Vox. So, i am looking for advice on things that can happen to Vox that can "define" his character, i've got a few events including spending time in "echo chambers" where re-living his darkest memories forces him to understand his father. Thats a great moment and scene, but i want things like that to really...top that if possible. I'd love feedback!