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Character motivation is what motivates characters to behave in a particular way and describes why a particular character does so. It propels the personality of the character.

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Living with his blood family gives Harry magical protection. "While you can still call home the place where your mother's blood dwells, there you cannot be touched or harmed by Voldemort. He shed …
answered Oct 6 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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It came from her aunt who died in the Hunger Games. The significance of the mockingjay pin is expanded upon much more in the second book. First, as Katniss and Madge become closer friends, we learn t …
answered Oct 18 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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In The Princess Bride, there are at least two different people who aim to start a war between Florin and Guilder by assassinating the princess: Vizzini and Prince Humperdinck. Now rulers seeking excu …
asked Aug 31 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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Not all evil is in the servants of Shai'tan. As an organisation, the Whitecloaks genuinely believe that they are on the right side and are serving the Light. Their primary motive is not evil, per se, …
answered Nov 1 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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In A Storm of Swords 1, when Jaime Lannister and Roose Bolton meet in Harrenhal, the following conversation takes place (Jaime's PoV): What does Jaime mean by 'knowing the game they are playing'? D …
asked Oct 21 '14 by Rand al'Thor
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In Firefly episode 1, Serenity, Mal gives Jayne the job of questioning the captured federal agent Dobson, who tries to persuade Jayne to turn his coat: DOBSON: You kill me, there's nothing. But if …
asked Jun 11 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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This is the best possibility he could have hoped for. He's been soundly defeated, so the death of his enemy is the best 'victory' he's ever going to achieve now. But breaking it down, we can find mul …
answered Oct 12 '16 by Rand al'Thor
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Headmasters and Headmistresses of Hogwarts should be above the petty squabbling between the four houses, but are they really? Being raised to a higher level and becoming (supposedly) neutral is a com …
asked Aug 14 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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According to Wookieepedia: Kylo could be seen beating his wound to utilize his pain and tap into the dark side of the force. Rather than his perpetual state of pain handicapping him, it fuelled …
answered Dec 20 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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The Dark Mark was a magical tattoo given by Voldemort to his inner circle of followers. Not all Death Eaters had one: for instance, the werewolf Fenrir Greyback was not considered worthy of it. Altho …
asked Oct 4 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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It was part of a pattern of murders of minor old gods by the new gods. The beginning of the interlude indicates that a "cold war" was in progress by then, with a few seemingly unrelated and accide …
answered Jun 1 '17 by Rand al'Thor
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Because she isn't sure. After their first Games, they've been through a lot together, but they've had to pretend to be in love for the sake of the cameras. That's an excellent way to stop real love f …
answered Dec 10 '15 by Rand al'Thor
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And now Harry stood in the headmaster’s office yet again. It was nighttime, and Dumbledore sagged sideways in the thronelike chair behind the desk, apparently semiconscious. His right hand dangled …
answered Oct 26 '15 by Rand al'Thor