An archetype is the purest version of a common sort of stock character. An archetype isn't necessarily the best version of a character type, but it is the purest, and therefore the least challenging for a reader.

If you look at a specific character, ask yourself: Is there a better-known version of this particular type? Does this character have any distinctive traits that distract from his or he... more

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