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To Protagonize People,

I'm supposed to write a letter here that I would never send, but... Really all I have is a thank you letter to my characters. I know it may seem selfish or kind of narcissistic, but it isn't, I swear. It's something we should all do once in a while.

First comes an unknown character, "Dethnus" (my namesake on here) Bain Ackearose. While he hasn't really played an important role, I have plenty planned out for him. Though, his story isn't what is important. It was more of his creation. While I was young, me and my brother would play pretend and see ourselves as warriors. My brother was the eccentric Zero Zalazor, a trained assassin, and I was Dethnus, a necromantic swordsman. Together we would have all sorts of adventures throughout years. It was through these adventures that my love for story telling came to fruition. 

So, I thank Dethnus for bringing my closer to my little brother. I know he's a rascal, but I will always love spending time with him.

My next character is Griever. While he is someone I fabricated on the spot for a collab on here called "Night Hawks," he has given me something far more important than I could have imagined; friends with amazing writing skills. So, I thank him for that as well as letting me live out my dream of being the flirtatious mercenary I had often wondered about. 

Drakmor comes next. This character has been through more changes since his creation than the hair color on Markiplier. Though he started out as a happy-go-lucky guy with a knack for swordplay, he managed to become my invincible, yet suicidal, cyborg immortal. I thank him for many things. Then first is being my pilot project on here and getting me started on Protagonize, both on the solo writing and collab writing. Through him I developed more skill and befriended a few more writing friends. So, I thank him for the adventures.

Lastly, I thank a character I don't often think about; Al Phonse. Though he was in a collab that died out, he helped me learn a bit more about diversity in writing. Though, I wish that collab had never failed, I don't regret writing in it in the least. 

From,

Your creator.

Special mentions are all those writers on Protagonize who helped me develope myself and gave me support even through little gestures. I thank you all for these last few years and I hope to keep with you guys and make more friends in the following. 

PS, hopefully this isn't cheesy. I mean... it IS cheesy, but hopefully it isn't TOO cheesy. Meh, oh well. There you go, Starwars, I wrote in this. 

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