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Group of Characters (Protagonists, Antagonists, etc.)
Character Name: Dan in NY
(Voice) Actor(s): Sadly, the actor who would most probably play my voice is Larry David. Though I look like 'Artie' from Warehouse 13, both in age and weight, greying goattee and crush on Lindsay Wagner.
A general description about the character's personality, motivations, etc: I thought it was high time Fast Eddie had someone his own age to play with. Plus, there are all sorts of shows from the 50's, 60's and 70's I can reference as examples of various tropes, and so I'd like to flesh out various pages with those examples.
- A list of characterization tropes associated with this character, separated by bullets.
- Man Child — what's anyone over 50 doing on the Internet besides reading e-mails from their grandchildren? I fully admit to being chronologically out of the Competence Zone here, especially as I'm not yet up to speed on this mark-up language. Also, 'One of the Kids' might be better here, as much of my limited knowlege of Internet ways comes from my nephew.
This was so cool that I'm leaving it on my webpage:
The index of Character Sheets is generated automatically. I'm still reading up on how mark-up is done here, so that's a good example of double brackets that I need to research. I also need to research exclamation points.
Also, this page is telling me I need to appropriate index it. I'm trying to get through the 'How Indexing Work' page, but it was written by a tech-savvy individual for other cool people. The line #3 about memetic mutations is confusing my old brain that doesn't process sarcasm.