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If I and My Cousins are Superheroes: Chapter 1, Page 3

Updated on March 20, 2016

Mason will be a great tritagonist. He is smart, cool-headed, and very good on computers. He can be an indispensable asset to the team, especially when things need to be very ‘technical’.

Jacob will be the lower than the tritagonist, but not merely a major supporting character. I have no idea of what to call him because there are only three: protagonist, deuteragonist, and tritagonist. I’ll simply label him ‘4th lead’. He is the unlikely first born. He is shy, humble, and laidback. He is the type of person you can least expect to take charge and lead.

However, he has his own good and valuable qualities. He is a great tactician. He does better when things are not planned. He loves acting on the ‘spur of the action’.

Ava will be the fifth lead. She is a shallow person. She does not have the depth nor nobility you look for a main character especially for a hero. She is all about dressing nice, posting statuses on Facebook, and attending her freelance modelling gigs. However, it is wrong to assume spinelessness out of her ‘hollowness’.

She is straightforward. She stands her ground. She needs to get her way. This sounds admirable in one way but harsh on another. But still, I believe she is a stronger lead compared to Sophia.

Sophia will be the sixth and last lead. She is actually the ‘least’ lead, if you want to be very particular with the rankings. However, being a lead is still being a lead. At the end of the day, though you are the least in your team, you are still part of the ‘star’ team.

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