Ookay, I don’t like the cliches where someone that should not be experienced in a particular field does better than someone that’s considered expert. I’m not a huge huge fan of prodigies. I like arcs and stuff.
I usually don’t mind when a character likes someone, and they’re like…no way can you ever be with this person! And then they end up with them. But I would like to see one where they don’t end up with them. Maybe with someone more eligible, less fantasic, but maybe a lot more interesting than on the surface.
Now, I never understood this. Why don’t people still like evil for evil’s sake? I LOVE evil for evil’s sake. Like…demons and stuff. They’re just evil. No feeling, no nothing, just evil. I love that cliche. My favorite probs.
I do not like the cliche that the evil villain (if they aren’t evil for evil’s sake) is either ugly, stupid, especially deviant from what’s considered “normal”.
I do like when the villain is sassy and kinda flamboyant, like Hades in Hercules, for example. That’s done well and it’s funny.
I like adventuring priests or healers, monks, etc.
LOL!! I do like organized thief organizations. I think those are beautiful. XD