Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by the Broke And The Bookish! Each week, a new topic is put into place and bloggers share their top ten (or your own amount) accordingly.
Chowder from Check, please!
I don’t think I’ve spoken enough of Check, please which is a damn shame because it’s so amazing. Chowder is one of the later characters since he joins while Bitty is in his second year and he’s so adorable. He just wants to play hockey and makes sure his friends are happy. Check, please! is actually a webcomic but sometimes the artist occasionally sells physical copies (YOU CAN READ IT HERE FOR FREE!! PLS READ AND THANK ME LATER )
Briseis from The Song of Achilles
While we don’t get to see much of Briseis in the Iliad, we delve more into her story TSOA and I just really appreciate that Miller added more depth to her character and gave her a backstory.
Rene Walker from All For The Game
Honestly, one of the best characters in the series. Don’t @ me, we all know it’s true.
Khalila Seif from The Great Library
MY ALL TIME FAVOURITE CHARACTER.
Maia Roberts from The Mortal Instruments
You all know how much I don’t like TMI but Maia Roberts was a character I really liked but her story arc was the worst and it felt like CC barely even tried with her character. But I am #MaiaRobertsDefenseSquad since the hate for her is so unnecessary.
Niccolo Santi from The Great Library
MY FAVOURITE. Honestly, his boyfriend basically adopts the Postulants when he wasn’t looking and now he’s an exasperated father of like ten kids and it’s amazing.
Kevin Day from All For The Game
His character development was one of the best in the series, giving us one of the best scenes in the entire series.
“Let Riko be King,” Kevin said, with the exaggerated enunciation of the thoroughly sloshed. “Most coveted, most protected. He’ll sacrifice every piece he has to protect his throne. Whatever. Me?” Kevin gestured again, meaning to indicate himself but too drunk to get his hand higher than his waist. “I’m going to be the deadliest piece on the board.”
David Wymack from All For The Game
Listen, Coach Wymack is so under appreciated. He loves and cares for his foxes so much and he is such an important character.
Victor Krum from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
He was so humble and I liked that his fame annoyed him rather than enlarging his ego. And he was so friendly with Harry despite competing against him.
Scorpius Malfoy from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Such a precious and pure character. Can you believe the wizarding community thought he was Voldemort’s son? (TBH it’s the same community that didn’t believe Voldemort was coming back until he physically came back….)
2 thoughts on “Second the best”
Supporting/secondary characters are always a hit for me rather than the protagonist (at least in most cases) as they typically are less rigid and bound by the story than their heroic counterparts.
Joey via. thoughts and afterthoughts.
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I agree!! Most of my favourite characters are supporting ones.