What a villain is going to do matters more than what they’ve already done.
Sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from a broken setting.
A character’s motivation tells us why they’re doing what they’re doing.
Why are writers so bad at writing about writing?
Clashing themes and inconsistent tone can ruin a great story.
Are you tempted by tropes? That's okay!
Many storytellers neglect attraction in their rush to get the characters dating.
We were going to talk about wizards, but we couldn't agree on what they are.
The best monsters have novelty: something fresh and interesting to offer.
Parents: they really get in the way when your underaged hero wants to have dangerous adventures
We've reboozled the fintoozler to find silly examples of terrible technobabble.
What is that last line even for?
Revenger's setting is both intriguing and highly confused.
Due to the linear nature of spacetime, stories have to start somewhere.
Lack of plot focus in a story leads to convoluted and unpleasant detours.
You thought this episode would have a topic other than plot twists, but, twist, the topic is plot twists!
An unsatisfying ending ruins the lasting impression a story leaves.