What is your protagonist/MC's dynamic change? My story is a medieval-style fantasy novel - Think Tolkien without the magic and hobbits, or George R. R. Martin without sex on every other page. Out of my three protagonists, one of them starts out being a good guy, and eventually turns into a piece of crap whose actions catch up with him and although not directly stated, it is kind of revealed towards the end of the story that he had a lot to do with his own downfall. (Think Harvey Dent/Two Face in the Dark Knight - "You either die the hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain") The second of my protagonists is a smart man who falls into a lot of stereotypes. He is smart, and a brilliant military commander, but he oftentimes acts stupid or like a "jock" to trick people into thinking he isn't as smart as he is (Arguably at times, out of my three MC's he is the stupidest) . As a world renowned battle commander, he is quite high up on the social/political ladder. He essentially has a fall from glory, where his wife divorces him (They're on okay terms but she keeps their 5 children) and he starts drinking more, and becoming a bit more reckless. The last of my characters is a bit of an anti-hero. He is less dynamic than some other characters, but i only say that because he didn't start out goody goody like the others, but he isn't wholly evil. He has his own ambitions, he isn't afraid to speak his mind, and he speaks the truth, not what people want to hear. He is capable of feeling emotion, but he is in immense control of his own actions. (I feel like this is the type of guy a reader would expect to turn evil in a plot twist, but he doesn't turn evil.) Sorry for the long post.