I’ve translated the info on the site in case anyone was curious!
Anon (younger sister)
Age: 18 Birthday: March 3rd Height: 160 cm Weight: 46 kg Special skill: dance Favorite food: bread Excelling subject(s): I don’t have one, but if I had to say one, I guess History
A spontaneous, slightly airheaded girl with a short haircut. Since she’s a bit scatterbrained, she’s the type to not listen well when other people are talking. You could say she’s only really focused when she’s dancing. Her favorite person is Kanon.
Kanon (older sister)
Age: 18 Birthday: March 3rd Height: 158 cm Weight: 43 kg Special skill: dance Favorite food: bread Excelling subject(s): PE and Mathematics
She has extraordinary reflexes. She’s a class representative type, a very capable person. She’s a very focused and level headed girl. Right now the thing she’s worried about the most is Anon’s future.
Pick an emotion to be your character’s default emotion.This will help color your character’s voice and make them more of a complete, congruent human being than a list of traits.
Give them something you’re insecure about. This will be your character’s internal conflict. Avoid balancing it by giving your character a trait of yours you’re proud of. The idea is to make a character you can relate to the issues of, not an author avatar.
Find traits, hobbies, and quirks that other people have that are interesting, but not really your thing. For example, I’m not a scuba diver, but I do think it’s an interesting thing for people to do. Those kinds of things make your character unique.
Figure out two things your new character wants. One should be a concrete motivation, like “the girl he loves” or “the magic spheres of Punco.” The other should be a motivation that by its nature can never be completely fulfilled, like “more happiness” or “more power.”
Give your character at least one major flaw. This should be something readers won’t think is adorable. Shallowness, megalomania, self-hatred, and indecisiveness are good examples of flaws. Clumsiness, ugliness, being “too heroic,” and being “too much of a dreamer” are not good examples of flaws.
Take your character’s concrete motivation and put it as far away from your character as possible. Make it so hard to get that your character seems to have no chance. Other characters can arrive to help or harm your main character on his or her journey.
Be sure to change your character during the story. Watch out, though, when altering your character’s abstract motivation and default emotion, because you can make them an entirely different person instead of a different version of the same person. Make sure that by the end of the story, your character still has flaws.
Bam. Instant story. Proceed to rake in the millions tens.