Hello everyone, first time writer here. I've got three significant issues for which I need some advice: 1- The MC is undead, essentially an skeleton. This means he can't feel any physical sensations (Heartbeat, sweat, chest pressure, etc...), and this, of course, means that I'm having some real trouble conveying how he feels in any given moment. It also limits how much body language I can use for him, because... Well, he has no face to speak of. I may have shot myself in the knee with his undeadness, but it's an essential part of the character, so I'm wondering how can I express his feelings without physical sensations or facial expressions. 2- I'm writing in third limited (past tense), and I'm realizing how much it limits the way I can express what's going on. Should I start rewriting from the start right now or should I finish the novel first, and then rewrite it?. 2.2-Given the low fantasy setting and rather simple story, what type of narration would be preferable?. It's got quite a bit of drama and plenty of conversation. Could first person in past tense work well (Like he's thinking about his past)?. 3-The antagonist, because of his role in the story, basically only appears twice, once early and then at the end when the MC faces him. Thing is, he's basically won already, he's the ultimate ruler, so there is no way the MC could face him in any other way than a suicide mission, which means I can't have them meet before the final confrontation. The antagonist doesn't even know that the MC is still alive until the confrontation happens. Another shot in the knee, maybe?. 3.2-I wrote a prologue with an "Antagonist: Origins" theme to it, where he does something horrible for the first time, and it's a pivotal moment of his life. Thing is, my two test readers thought that the lack of context completely destroyed the scene and made it incomprehensible. It did have a completely different tone to the start of chapter one, and there is no direct connection to the story until the antagonist shows up in episode 3, at which point you realize that he was the POV character from the prologue. Should I rework it and keep it, or forget the whole prologue deal?. I just really liked the first line in the prologue... Any advice will do, I'm all ears.