Oedipus has a temper. Indeed, it was rash anger that led to him unknowingly kill his real father, King Laius. The killing of his father is an essential link in Oedipus' downfall,
Antigone's positive traits are her loyalty and independence. Though her brother is considered a traitor by their Uncle Creon, the reigning king, and though Creon's decree is that he is not to be buried, Antigone still displays her family loyalty when she goes against her uncle's decree and buries him.
Creon appears as the ruthless leader, impervious to the laws of the gods. Creon is the leader who identifies the power of dignity.
. Pious and discreet, she retreats to the palace, evidently to mourn in privacy, as her nature would dictate.
Ismene is a girl who fears the law, death, and authority.
Haemon chooses to die rather than live without Antigone. It shows his loyalty, and that he is faithful and caring.