Why is your hero doing what they’re doing? Do you know? Do they know?
No violence is needed to create excitement.
What would you say your greatest weakness is?
While these structures won't ruin a good story, they aren't providing what storytellers need.
Lessons from the Star Wars climaxes can be applied to your own work.
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Sometimes, characters die.
Long-running story tropes become long-running for a reason, but what if more was possible?
How to "yes and" a dumpster fire.
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A thin garnish of gruesome tragedy fails to add depth to your story.
Audiences won't get far in your story if they can't stand your main character.
Messaging must be built directly into the story or ambiguity ensues.
If you include too much history, your story will be an overburdened mess.