•Protagonist: Describe your protagonist. At minimum, this must include Characterization, Dramatic Need and Transformation (AKA Character Arc). Dramatic need is the goal shared by plot and protagonist. This must be crystal clear. The arc must also be crystal clear. What is their personal inner challenge/problem they will resolve by the end of the story, and how will the solution of their personal problem enable them to solve the plot problem? This must be clear here.
•Antagonist: Describe your antagonist. The Antagonist's dramatic need should be in opposition to the dramatic need of the protagonist. This should be clear. Make clear how the antagonist relates to the world, to the plot and to the protagonist.
•Guide: Who is your character's mentor, guide or teacher? They have been to the other world before and have seen what the hero will see. Be sure to include this in your character. This is your representative of wisdom through whom you will express your wisdom as an author. As this figure teaches the protagonist, you are teaching the audience. What wisdom does (s)he have, what training will (s)he deliver?
•Other Characters: Describe at least one other character.
•Notes: Remember the character qualities you've learned and speak to them. Characterization, True Character, Professional, Personal, Private, POV, Tone, Attitude, Dramatic Need, Transformation, Flaws, archetypal inspirations. What I've asked for above is the minimum, but I'd love to see more.