Posted by: victanguera | July 27, 2009

Writing Prompt #30

Building on the last prompt, if a character has something they want more than anything, of course they can’t get it. Think about your antagonist in the story. What do they want more than anything? This most likely conflicts with your protagonist’s goals (or at least should in some way).

For today’s prompt, write a scene showing what your antagonist wants more than anything and this creates conflict with your protagonists goals.


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