Everyone has flaws, and my entire novel focuses on the humanizing flaws in all the characters. One character I feel is lacking depth right now though due to his almost inhuman perfection. He's young, cocky, and aside from being the apparent "victim of circumstances" that drag him into the plotline I feel he is a little sur-real. > young man of a wealthy family, he was adopted and an only child (twisted into the plot line and NO not a Luke Skywalker type situation). Another character actually calls his dossier "painfully dull". > Events begin to swirl around him sucking him in, but again I feel I need a character flaw or some kind of baggage for him to face. > He gains plenty more baggage as the book continues; betryal, heartbreak, torture, and ultimately he loses people close to him. Thoughts?