The Two Main Characters - A Writer's Worksheet

Protagonist vs Antagonist Worksheet

I am on a worksheet spree. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do. Fill this in for your two main characters and keep it close.

Protagonist vs Antagonist Worksheet

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“If you have a great plot, it’s a good start, but that plot has to happen to someone. That someone must have somebody else trying to stop them.”

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 by Mia Botha

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This article has 4 comments

  1. Shei Darksbane

    Cool worksheet. I do wish it didn’t assume the protagonist was male.
    I like the way it focuses on the relationship between the two and how they affect each other. Thanks. 🙂

  2. Mia Botha

    Thanks, Shei.

  3. JazzFeathers

    Hey, that’s an aweson spreadsheet. I just needed one like that for my current project.
    Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

  4. val

    Great Spreadsheet. Is it ever Ok to start a novel with the antagonists actions? Can you recommend any novels that start this way ?

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