I'm becoming a bit worried that I never really explain why my main character is the man to defeat the villain. His name is Michael, he becomes embroiled in the fight by accident (his sister "happens" to be the dead spit of the villains dead lover, and he's basically hoping to do a swap) he has no special powers, reasonable fighting skills and he's thick as two short planks. The only explanation that is ever offered for "Why him?" is this: "you have the necessary qualities of stubborn blood mindedness, absolute self righteousness and pig headedness that this battle requires; otherwise known as indomitability, conviction and a refusal to bow to pressure. In short you're exactly who I need." is this a good enough explanation or does he need to have something more?