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Which characters should I create in my book?

It's a story about a stereotypical vampire who looks like Dracula, he's an anti-hero. He had met and fought other monsters like vampires, werewolves, Frankenstein's monster, merman other monsters. He's the protagonist in my book and hails from Romania. I need to know which antagonists or protagonists should I make, do you think?

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make a person who stands out, a hero that can then have a big influence, you know the cliché thing and he becomes good or etc

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a sexy girl in love with the hero i guesss

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Have someone that hunts vampires for a living be the antagonist. Of course there can be a dark past which lead this person to hunt vampires down, like a death of someone.

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This reminds me of Van Helsing.

I suggest you alternate between the hunter and the vampire; show both of their points of view. Give a reader multiple perspectives to choose from.

In almost every story, people like to choose someone to root for. Instead of forcing one hero on the reader, let them choose between the hero, or another person, or even the anti-hero... kind of like how Thor is the hero, but some people root for Loki (I'm assuming you're familiar with these characters).

Also, read other vampire/hunter stories, to get ideas, but also to avoid making the same mistakes (i.e. the vamp is tormented {Twilight}).

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