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How good is my conflict idea?

Discussion in 'Writing Discussions' started by Writer’s_Magic, Aug 23, 2018.

  1. Hey, Guys! I wanna ask you how good is the idea for my conflict. By the way, Mara and Raymond are my protagonists.

    1. External world conflict

    The enmity between vampires and werewolves. This enmity is strengthened by the slavery of the vampires. They enslaved many werewolves.

    2. External personal conflict

    Mara and Raymond have to survive in a world full of crazy monsters.

    3. Internal personal conflict

    The different opinions of the main characters can create conflict. Mara has a racial opinion towards werewolves. – At least, because they’re natural enemies! However, she hates the arrogance of some vampires (e.g. the noble ones) more than the werewolves. Raymond – a warlock – is paranoid in who he trusts. At least, because he worked for a company, which makes animal testing with vampires, werewolves and other creatures. Of course, this program is top-secret!
  2. Shreeder4092

    Shreeder4092 New Member

    It's a pretty good idea. What do Mara and Raymond think of each other if they do interact?
  3. Darkfantasy

    Darkfantasy Inkling

    As someone who is a bit tired of vampire and werewolf stories, especially ones when the two species conflict I would look for more forms of conflict. External conflicts are a must so work on expanding what you have and make sure it's a conflict that affects your main characters. But look more towards internal conflict. Including setting as well as plot and character.

    Just sit quietly and brain storm.

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