>>99372209>this character is recognized as an author insert
Nefcy based some aspects of Star off herself, because writing characters in reference to people you know is what Literally Every Writer does>or wish fulfillment
As much as any relatable role model protagonist is, yes>They can usually perform better at tasks than should be possible given the amount of training or experience
Star starts out so incompetent she's exiled to another dimension so she doesn't burn her kingdom down again.
She regularly fails to correctly perform basic spells even when reading directly from her spellbook and is generally unreliable for anything but chimping out on Ludo's worthless goons. The second she faces a competent antagonist she's completely at his mercy, it's only dumb luck that his master plan was to blow himself up and that he needed her alive for a little while longer.>A character who is important in the story
She's the fucking main character, this trait in reference to Mary Sues is talking about characters who steal the focus of the story away from the proper MCs.>possesses unusual physical traits
Star's Mewberty had been almost completely irrelevant outside of its episode. We only ever even saw her wings one other time before Season 3. This trait is supposed to be referencing dumb OC shit like heterochromia.>has an irrelevantly over-skilled or over-idealized nature>over-skilled>over-idealized
You cannot possibly be talking about Star Butterfly>A character carrying improbable, contradictory, and even paradoxical elements
Name three>while being written in an inconsistent manner
Name one>Deus Ex Machina
dumb speedwatcher>There is no tension, what's the point when we all know the end result since she has plot armor?>"This story is pointless because the good guys win"
This is your brain on TVTropes>all the events leading to the finale were her own damn fault
Star kidnapped and mindfucked Meteora three hundred years before she was born?