DESDEMONA Role/Relationship to other characters: Othello's Wife and Brabantio's daugher Traits: loving and intelligent Major Conflicts: Father does not accept her marriage Other Notes: She is very kind towards the other characters and she is not currently in any conflict other than her relationship with her father
Othello Role/Relationship to other characters: Desdemona's husband, Brabantio's son in law, a Moor Traits: Leader, Humble, Intelligent and Brave Major Conflicts: War conflicts and Wife's father despises marriage Other Notes: He is a very good leader and gives out respect towards everyone. Just like Desdemona, he is very kind and respectful towards others. He is envied by some due to his position and wife
Iago Role/Relationship to other characters: Emilia's Husband, Hates Othello Traits: Critical, Disrespectful, Jealous, Egocentric, and Fake Major Conflicts: Othello is in the position that he seeked to be in Other Notes: He is out to get everyone. He also considered himself as a villain and will stop at nothing to get what he desires. He is full of hate.
Michael Cassio Role/Relationship to other characters: Lieutennent Traits: Polite, Moral Major Conflicts: He has gotten set up by Iago and Othello did not allow him to be one of his officers any longer Other Notes: He is very loyal too Othello and he has easily given his trust to Iago which is a common mistake throughout this play
Roderigo Role/Relationship to other characters: Venetian officer Traits: Flirtatious Major Conflicts: He seeks Desdemona Other Notes: no other notes
Brabantio Role/Relationship to other characters: Desdemona's father and Othello's father in law Traits: Protective Major Conflicts: His daughter rebels against him Other Notes: no other notes