It could be said that the events in the story do not change ideas, behavior, and motivation, etc. They are upperclassmen in the Vanmoor Institute of Science who contemptuously pride themselves of being much smarter than anyone else. At school, when a preoccupied Virgil Hawkins bumps into Royce by accident, Royce was hostile towards him, ignoring Virgil's apology and would have started a fight, had the principal not been there in the hallway watching the whole thing. Aquamaria was later broken out of jail, along with other members of the Meta-Breed, by disguised as Rubber-Band Man to frame him. Allie's exposure to the Big-Bang has transmuted her literally into a 'Girl of Steel', along with the ability to lengthen and retract the length of her fingernails, as well as shoot them as projectiles and regenerate new fingernails. When all the people who were after her were captured, she and her parents moved back to Dakota. His work with The Meta-Breed was short after being taken out by.
Some time later in Where the Rubber Meets the Road Specs and Trapper have gone truly renegade. It is unknown if Adam Evans was exposed to the cure for the Big Bang that neutralized many of the Bang Babies in Dakota at the end of the series. On the other hand, if a character does change and grow as a person as the story progresses, he or she is a dynamic character. Hyde managed to grab a piece of Static's coat, had Ferrett track down Static for some payback for ruining his plot, and nearly discovered his identity. Static Character In the Play The Crucible by Arthur Miller, John Procter played the roll of a farmer and family man in the town of Salem. Fade sides with Ebon when Nightingale and Brickhouse rebel against him, and goes back into hiding after their attempted takeover of Dakota is thwarted.
Afterwards, he fought Static again on his own stating that he's been working out and is muscular and his eyes started to have pupils. What is a stem in morphology? Great authors are able to create vivid characters with distinct personalities. You, as the audience, root for them and love to see them succeed. The vampires - of course - don't change in any way because that's what they are, and Jessica is a stereotype so she doesn't change that much. As explained above, the most significant difference between static characters and dynamic characters is that, a static character does not undergo any change throughout the story while a dynamic character undergoes a major change in personality or perspective in the story. Many times, the antagonist is the foil for the protagonist.
One who is hedonistic might make the main character indulge where she shouldn't. Telling their backstory, exploring their motivations, and having them change over time would make it almost impossible to follow the story arc. Ferret does not really fight because of his size and non-offensive power, but is forced to by Hyde in Static Shaq and was defeated and again taken into police custody. Having various characters, some of whom don't change, keeps some stability in the story and makes the audience feel comfortable. Dynamic Characters There are two main types of characters.
Many of literature's most lifelike and memorable characters are static. These people serve a purpose in your story, and when the main characters have many different emotions and arcs, these characters are always stable. The Importance of Character Characters are what make stories. Jack is probably the most dynamic character in Lord of the Flies. Wanting to impress the women, he stands up for them and quits, right there on the spot.
Although Static attempted to convince her to stay in a safe place, even revealing that he was her son Virgil from the future , she still left to go on duty as a paramedic and was killed that night by a stray bullet by gangfire, but not before telling Virgil how proud she was of him having become a superhero—a statement which finally comforted Virgil over her untimely death. The novel begins with Pip, a young orphan who is sent to live with his sister and her husband, Joe. Dynamic characters are widely thought to be a key ingredient in crafting compelling narratives, because they make the audience more invested—not only in the arc of the storyline, but in the arc of a character's development. In the end, Robert keeps his son's superhero identity along with Gear's secret, even from his daughter. He is based on a character who appeared in both the Static and comics. Specifically, the term dynamic character describes an individual who changes in behavior or outlook. He never made another appearance.
Static eventually discovers what's going on and tells Dwayne to stop listening to his brother. The fights seem to be personal in some way, since Static and Hotstreak already had history with each other as Virgil and Francis prior to the Big Bang. Once she entered Richie's mind, she discovered Static's secret identity. Despite it being their idea for their father to get back out into the dating scene, Sharon and Virgil did not warm-up to her, especially in Virgil's case over a misunderstanding after Virgil flees from her when she and her partner had stopped him out on the street while they were out on patrol and had asked to search his backpack where Virgil had his Static costume , following theft by a Dakota High School student of samples of Bing-Bang gas. Frankie is a juvenile delinquent, who hung out with Royce all the time. Some days a character can be static, and some days they can be dynamic.
On the contrary, many static characters—like Romeo, for instance—are quite complex. In this example Louis Drud is a flat character. Her death is at the root of Virgil's intense dislike of , effectively preventing Virgil from getting involved too deeply in gangs. All of these labels mean the character seems as though he or she embodies the range of qualities -- both good and bad -- that real people have. She joined Ebon's crew to regain them, along with several other Bang Babies.