Hi there, First post for a first novel I'm looking to write as a hobby, maybe if it's any good I'll try and release it for free or something. Anyways, regarding the story I have in mind I have the prologue introducing the protagonist somewhat (years before), then I switch to the POV of a minor named character in the first chapter. Eventually the protag and minor character interact a bit and then from chapter 2 onwards the minor character is never seen again (or at the least very unlikely consider the genre I'm going for). It got me thinking then if we really should have a switch of POV to a character we won't see again? I wanted a change of view because I wanted someone seeing the main character from the outside and of course it helps to add a bit more exposition for protag but the idea of naming a few people that we'll never see again feels off? Opinions anyone? Thanks.