Okay pardon my gush in advance. Recently I been writing one character a lot and as such I am seeing different sides to her. At the moment I am losing all confidence in myself. In the sense that I am not sure I am being dynamic and good or just writing her inconsistently which would obviously be bad. My hope is that if you read the wall you see before you that you may give me your two cents on which you think I am doing. @jannert I tagged you because you heard a bit about this character before. I thought you might have a neat opinion here. Okay Jacquelyn "Jackie" Tarvos also known as Tsuki no Tora (The Tiger of the Moon) was born in China. Raised by assassins(her family) instantly makes her unique. To note raised by assassins isn't meant to imply dark or anger. The house teaches this skill like any other. They are polite and the like. She had been raised since she could stand on how to fight but not in a brutal way. Like I mean they did hit her but not in a abusive way. She was hit while learning to fight just as you would get wet learning how to swim. Killing has no more moral impact on her then taking out the trash though. She has a mixed relationship with her family. On one side she loves them but she doesn't claim this or even realize she feels this way. I say this because when they call she answers. When family events happen she goes. She sends money home just because it feels right. Yet she will curse at her family and hold them in distain. This is because growing up she was always held in the shadow of her brother who had abandoned the family. It was never "Good Job Jackie" but "Almost as good as him" or "You bet his score!" She hated it. When she was 17-18. She left home. She wanted to make her own name. To prove it to herself, to her family and to the entire world that she was her own person and not her brother. So she worked, a lot. She did nothing else for the longest time. Pushing her limits and placing limits on herself. She generally only obeys half of her families teachings when she can. Her way of saying "See! I don't need to do it according to your rules!" which may be her biggest short coming considering she acts this way even when no one is looking. As life moved on she became bored and began reading in her spare time. Still being socially pathetic and never even trying to have a friend. In a sense she didn't even know how to try and was very scared at the thought of it. At the time I am writing her she is about 33. Becoming more and more bored with work she starts to develop a friendship. So new is the concept to just the constant "hellos" and "good mornings" to the clerk at her favorite food store that they begin to nag at her being. She begins sweating when she goes to that store and is very polite to them instead of her normal sassy attitude. At one point the man asks her to dinner. She accepts and has a full on panic attack at the dinner. This is where I am conflicted. Is this another side to her? Or me forgetting how she normally mouths off and is sassy and rude and not nervous at all around people. But there is a different dynamic. That is when she is working. When she is fighting. When people need her and are paying her or are her targets. This man that has given her a panic attack. Is reaching a different side to her? The lonely girl that wants love inside this assassin or am I just an awful writer? Random facts I think are not needed for this but hey why not. - She hates thieves and will not steal, period. - She thinks only those with power are truly capable of deciding. Though she does not impose this logic on non fighters. As she says "I push my limits. Pushing around people who don't fight is just being mean." She mainly uses this logic against bullies. Saying that she is only using their own logic. - Her brother has been dead since she was 20. - She is usually impulsive. - She hate being called Jacquelyn Thank you for your advice and time.