I find good guys hard to write about. Does anyone else have this problem? I know that he needs a flaw and I think I have some good ones in mind. But I am more sympathetic with my antagonist at this point than his foil. It's like I can't help but think, "Yeah, I know what you mean, he's so annoying" about this "good guy". My story involves rivalry, so they have to be compared to one another, they're doing that themselves. But I really want to them to be strong characters independent of each other too. They can't only exist in relation to each other. Bottom line: How do you get excited writing about someone who is good and basically normal? Any mental exercises or sources of inspiration that you can direct me to? Thanks!