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The possible protagonist in the story can be Trevor Blackie and the gang itself Trevor also known as T could be a protagonist in this story because first of all he just joined Blackies gang Another reason why is that it was his idea to demolish Old Miserys house He was the one who brought up that idea that everyone followed turning the new guy of the group into the leader of the pack Blackie can be another protagonist in the story because he did not start off with any dreams or objectives in life until T came around and took over as the leader Blackie did not decide to leave He stayed with the gang and followed the orders of Trevors plan in demolishing Old Miserys home Near the end of the story Blackie regained his powers and became the role model once again his position as the leader The gang itself as a whole can also be the protagonist of the story As a team they had an ambition Their dream to destroy the house and with all the hard work team effort and with a few obstacles to get by they finally reached their goal at the end and were able to bring the entire house down with one blow The antagonists in the story could be the gang Trevor and Old Misery The gang can be one of the antagonists because they were the ones who were questioning Trevors actions and abilities from the beginning to the finish Without the gang T could have been powerless Trevor could be another antagonist because he threatened Blackies existence as leader in the gang which he took away from him even if it seems accidental Old Misery could also be an antagonist in this story He was an obstacle to handle which could have spoiled the plans of demolishing his house When the gang thought the plan was fool-proof Old Misery happens to
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