Fight scenes are tricky to write. Not only are they difficult to choreograph, to make believable, and to finish without accidentally making them funny, but it can also be difficult to simply find the words to make a fight scene strong. There are so many things that go into writing a good fight scene.
Today, though, I’ll be focusing on one.
In my last post, I spoke about 5 types of antagonist and how to keep them compelling. One of the types I discussed was the villain. So today I’d like to expand on that post by discussing 4 Types of Villain and how they can be used in your story. Continue reading
Your story’s plot is what happens when obstacles get in the way of your protagonist’s goal. If you don’t have conflict, you don’t have a story. And who is it who causes the conflict? Well, that would be the antagonists, of course.
Today, I’m going to take a look at 5 Types of Antagonist that you can add to your story and challenge you to think about what’s right for you.
Now there’s a title. See, recently I’ve been thinking about this awkward and kind of surreal afternoon I had at school that came about because a teacher made a terrible conflict resolution decision, and I wanted to share that story today. Because that afternoon was weird.