Why your brain really does have more to say—and how to get it talking.
Oren, Mike, and Chris dissect spell mechanics across roleplaying systems.
How to embody your fictional culture through its transition ceremonies.
How to make opposing entities in your story butt heads.
How to tell if your character is as deep as they appear.
Oren, Mike, and Chris discuss the trend of remaking stories with a darker and more realistic feel.
How your story's stars can shine through their words.
Oren argues that multiple viewpoints are awesome and everyone should love them forever.
Watch out when the one behind the screen displays these bad habits.
To craft a palatable love story, avoid these gross conventions.
How these three animated flicks made it to the big screen.
Mike, Oren, and Chris are confounded by all-encompassing definition of anti-heroes on TV Tropes.
How the last of the pre-CG royalty got from idea to script to screen.
How to flip which gender stands on top of your fictional society.
How the tales that revitalized Disney animation made it to theaters.
Oren, Chris, and Mike discuss utopias, dystopias, and their use in storytelling and worldbuilding.
What inspired these early Disney flicks.
Be wary of these archetypes sitting down at your kitchen table.
Chris, Oren, and Mike discuss the great dilemma of whether or not to kill a character.
How the events of your tale can pack their biggest dramatic punch.