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Date Sat Sep-15-12 03:49 PM
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Readers most definitely willing accept a leader who has some unpleasant traits. Just look at Sherlock Holmes or any anti-hero.

As far as what makes a good leader in fiction, I think it depends on how well the reader identifies with the character and how the supporting characters react to him/her. If they look to him as a leader, regardless of his qualities, so will the reader.

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Ya go looking... [View all] , Weird Jim, Sat Sep-15-12 01:30 PM
  RE: Ya go looking..., SamR, Sep 15th 2012 #1
RE: Ya go looking..., Weird Jim, Sep 15th 2012, #2
RE: Ya go looking..., MarFisk, Sep 20th 2012, #3
RE: Ya go looking..., Silvara, Sep 24th 2012, #4

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