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They may also be the character's Always Someone Better or The Ace to really inspire the Green-Eyed Monster to take hold.
This is a hard character to successfully pull off, probably because they usually start out more as a plot device than a character.
The smitten character will be jealous, take an instant dislike to him (often being blind to what attractions he does have), and do whatever they can to sabotage the budding relationship.
Usually, the character is either an alpha-dog Jerkass or a bland, boring milquetoast.
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Furthermore, except in rare cases the False Lead is unlikely to generate the same loyalty or sympathy as the main character, meaning that if your audience is Genre Savvy about what's happening they're likely to just spend the time the False Lead's around loudly wishing for him or her to just go away (and possibly die) already so the two characters they're interested in seeing together can actually get together. If the false lead is too likable, then the jealous character will seem like a selfish jerk who cares more about winning their beloved for themselves than seeing them happy — or alternatively, since 'perfect' tends to equal 'uninteresting' in the minds of many when it comes to fictional characters, a perfect and nice character will just lose the audience's interest in comparison to the more flawed and interesting main character.
On the other hand, if he's too unlikeable, we'll wonder what the love interest could possibly see in them and lose respect for them.
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