Jerry Swanson
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would make for a great writing prompt for some well-known fairy tales or stories.... having kids write "extension stories" explaining "villain's" behavior/ actions!!

would make for a great writing prompt for some well-known fairy tales or stories. having kids write "extension stories" explaining "villain's" behavior/ actions!<------Chris Colfer already did that.

Writing Great Villains

Ooh, yes, I'm particularly fond of the hero gone bad villain. Also, inversely, the villain turned hero.

★ DAILY CHARACTER QUESTION ★ You’re No Hero Pick one of your secondary characters. Write a scene where this character witnesses something that leaves them no option but to betray the Protagonist and join the other side. Want to publish a story inspired by this prompt? Click here to read the guidelines~ ♥︎ And, if you’re looking for more writerly content, make sure to follow me: maxkirin.tumblr.com!

★ DAILY CHARACTER QUESTION ★ You’re No Hero Pick one of your secondary characters. Write a scene where this character witnesses something that leaves them no option but to betray the Protagonist and join the other side.

Good writing prompt.

You are a monster hunter. I order to get rd of monster hunters the monsters cursed themselves and if you kill it you become the monster. You are faced with a monster how do you destroy it without becoming one.

Raya: addiction and loss of temper Lea: doesn't know when to shut up, always makes everything have a purpose (chitchat is for getting information; dinner is for gathering energy in case you need to flee)

interesting writing tip! its true, flaws make characters seem more lifelike as well :)

Really smart idea.

Writing tips: If you're struggling with writing a character, write 20 things that the reader will never know about your character. These will naturally bleed into your writing and provide a richness even though you don't share the detail.

describe the same character twice...

writing prompt (this links to short stories, please be advised that some may contain bad language)