Oct 29, 2009 ... To sum up: Stories are kept interesting through conflict and ... The first step is to
decide on your goals for the magic. ... But is it what you—as an author—want? ...
But whichever it was, this is still something you need to think about. ... And maybe
I'll even make up a magic system just for the Chimney, to really...
Dec 20, 2014 ... Writing Believable Conflict I: Verbal Confrontations Hey folks! ... Ask and I'll
probably tell you. ... Think about the people you know who don't get along or the
people who ... And you need to make sure your readers know some basis for the
... Everything works together to create the perfect storm, so to speak.
After all, too much sensation and you'll have the same problem as when you don't
have ... Now this doesn't mean you have to create a war to create conflict. ... If you
need something - or want something - that makes your readers' hearts pound,
well, you better create a good antagonist and a believable conflict between th...
Could you give us at least one example of a bad thing you want to make
believable? It can be an isolated incident - no need to go into the detail of your
story's plot. .... I have difficulty creating characters who are lawful-good or .... up is
to make your antagonist goals conflict with your protagonist's goals, and ...
Nov 4, 2009 ... We'll also have an exclusive Men with Pens offer for readers this week – stay ...
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
want, you need to ... Think your plot is more complex than th...
May 23, 2008 ... Almost all good stories need conflict – and not the epic battle-style of ... Think
about what you do when your desire hits an obstacle. ... In order for a conflict to
be believable, your character needs a ... Create your antagonist with just enough
strength to present a solid ... You'll find a basis for some conflic...
Feb 23, 2011 ... How to Create a Believable Character (And Romance) for Any Fandom ... Okay,
so you want to create a character for your fandom? ... You just have to try and
think, can I fit someone into this universe believably? ... Where is the conflict? ...
about motivating your character, and sometimes while writing, you'll ...
Two Methods:Sample Character DescriptionCreating Your Own Fictional
Character ... Unlike what first comes to mind when you think "character," not every
character ... Who you need depends on your story, of course, but by starting with
broad ... You'll likely want a protagonist (hero) and antagonist (villain), as conflict
Oct 9, 2012 ... On The Art Of Creating Believable Chacaracters: No Mr. Nice Guy ... what they
believe, to make a wrong choice, to fail or do something she'll regret. ... Your
character, if you want them to be interesting, can't win all the time. ... Her inner
conflict is that she has a desire, a need, to be normal, to make her w...
Mar 9, 2015 ... For today's post, we'll assume your antagonist is a villain – a mean, even
despicable, destructive character we definitely don't want to root for. ... Most of it
will not show up in your story, but you need to get a handle on what makes him
tick .... I think a hero who is flawed and has a “bad” side is more r...