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Don't mind this. It just a character analysis.
For a while now I had been musing and raking my brain about my Cora. I've been wanting to figure her out inside and out. And yet time and time again, I couldn't seem to figure out anything for her that wouldn't make her into a sue. In honesty, it was upsetting me greatly. I couldn't stand the fact that she would just be some Princess born with a silver spoon in her mouth. For a while that was exactly what she was, and I detested the idea, so I took her apart, changed her appearance, wanting a new start for her. And once again, she seemed to fall right back into the Princess category, so once again I took her apart and now I'm left with this. Cora. Just Cora. A character, I found, that is a lot more like me than I first realized. A girl constantly searching for for a sense of identity, something that defines her as an individual and a person as a whole. She doesn't want to be just some Princess, she doesn't want to be treated as such either unless duties demands it. All she wants is to discover who she really is, who she can be and what she is capable of and what she can offer. To do so, she becomes...distant and musing, which is why she keeps to herself most of the time. That is not to say she shies away from her friends and family, but she is an individual that appreciates the time she has to herself. And it does not mean she's emotionally distant either; if anything she is the most openly emotional of my characters and is as easy to read as an open book. The best way I can describe her is that she's like a cloud: never constant, always moving, beautiful and yet unattainable. That's what makes her one of my most precious characters; I love how profoundly beautiful she is, and at the same time, the most loneliest one of them all.Cora (c)