This child protagonist is initially impulsive and immature, but witnessing a tragic event forces this individual to grow up much too early.
This child protagonist struggles with forced adult responsibilities. Reliable and mature until a tragic event unfolds, this character implements a coping mechanism of forcing her mind inwards to happier places.
Responsible to too many in an time when it is practically impossible, this character makes a challenging decision to abandon children. This character fights to survive and remain free in the in the hopes of an end to the war and a reunion with the children.
This supporting character is a realist and forces people to makes harsh decisions that are logical, but against the heart. This character fights for survival along side her husband for the ending of the war and a reunion with the children.
This character is the...
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