Yeah, personality and status are definitely big ones. TBH, for me design is also up there, imagining how a character looks is always super fun and one of the first things I do.
looks, personality, (optional) powers, goal and other related to that,back story and extra info with some scenarios or events they were inSo pretty self explanatory question in the title, but also, how much is too much info on a character?
I always start with their brains, I determine how happy/sad they are, what their goals are, how they view and interact with the world around them. After that I move onto the superficial things, likes and dislikes, their faces, their names etc.,
I feel like I can never stop developing a character, which is why I wondered how much is "too much" for other writers. I feel like I treat my characters as if they were living things that are always changing and growing... so I never really "stunt" their growth by stopping their stories.
So yeah. Let me know what y'alls think c: