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If you can bring your characters' goals into conflict, and thus the hero and heroine
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Antagonist Conflict scenes depend on what kind of antagonist you have chosen.
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Do you want to write a fantasy novel, but want to make it credible, original, and
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incorporate that here. If you ... A lot of conflict in fantasy stories is driven by
The worse you make it for your characters the better it is for the reader. ... To
create true conflict, two things are needed: a want and an obstacle. ..... or
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But in order for a story to be really interesting, your character can't just think of a ...
By developing obstacles that make sense, you add conflict and tension to the plot
. ... And what information does the reader need to make this obstacle interesting
and believable? ... Then you'll have characters your readers will want to r...
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The series began with tips on how to create a believable character, and the next
... But there won't be any conflict. ... Once you've established what your characters
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