These characters of mine, are they good? Are they perhaps too cliche? Or do they bore you? Maybe you adore them. All you have to do, is tell me. I feel like it's worth noting that these characters are a bit intentionally cliched, but not cliched at the same time. Like, cliched to the point of "Good, no so-and-so story would be complete without such-and-such character," and so on and so forth. Read on! Tiberius M. Blight: Tiberius is the Lion of a small nation raising from the wastelands of a cataclysm long past. The initial reaction to him is intimidation, but also a bit of empowerment. He's bigger than the average man, but only slightly. He does not speak much, not because he's unsociable, but because he is often lost within his own thoughts. He prides himself on remaining stoic and keeping the image of a leader, but from time to time, in the most inconvenient of times, a bit of child comes out. This usually ends up badly, as "what is seen in the action movies usually doesn't work in real life." If you give him the time, he is really quite cultured as well, and is quite knowledgeable of the Romantic and Victorian ages. He keeps a journal and it is even rumored to be writing a book of his own. Arminius Krause: Tiberius's polar opposite, Arminius, though older, is going senile and his memory often fails him. He is Tiberius's oldest and most loyal friend, comrade and advisor. Arminius can actually be labeled a "psychopath" and the person doing the labeling would not be wrong. He's lighthearted and passionate, far too much a lot of the time, but he is fiercely loyal to his friends and the nation he belongs too. Despite this childishness, Arminius can get scarily serious and sage, when it is needed. He and Tiberius go well together, and God definitely had a hand in their meeting. Aside from the fact that they tried to kill each other at first . . . . I have more, but those are the main two. Remember, be honest, be helpful, and be awesome. Cheers!