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How do you write a fantasy story?
First you come up with an idea. It doesnt have to be very elaborate yet, just an idea about what your writing. Next you come up with characthers and a plot. Finnaly you start writing, it really depends on if you can think of the ideas, not the grammar or anything else. Two great examples of my writing are Life as We Knew It and The Dead and the Gone. By me, Susan Beth Pfeffer
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The events in Alice in Wonderland couldn't possibly happen in the real world, so it falls into the genre of fantasy. Fantasy stories are those which could only take place in… the imagination. They are usually set in imaginary places or they have characters or events which could never exist in the real world, such as talking animals, fictional monsters, magical occurrences and so on.
You didn't specify whether you wanted a finished or unfinished story. I do however, have a recomendation for you. The story "Hearts in Our Hands" seems to be pretty decent. It… only has one chapter up, but I think you should check it out. It is by Stem97.
If someone ELSE writes it about your life it is called a Biography if YOU write a story about your life it is called a Autobiography.
its a fairytale because the things that happen in the story ARE NOT TRUE !
Final Fantasy Every game in the final fantasy series has a different and unique story line associated with it. One version of one game usually has nothing to do with th…e next game, meaning final fantasy 7 has nothing to do with final fantasy 8 although they are numbered next to each other. However, each Final fantasy game keeps several elements in each game. The following is a list of what you will find in most, if not all, final fantasy games: Each game deals with someone, usually a teenager, faced with the task of saving the world. Most final fantasy games have an ATB (active time battle) type of battle system. Most if not all Final Fantasy games feature Chocobos, golden birds you can ride across the lands usually for a price. Most games features Espers or summons, creatures you can call to assist you in battle. Most games feature a character knowledgeable in the field of electronics, most of the time it's someone by the name of Cid. You forgot one! You forgot the mole bats, which are inspiration for the moogles!
Modern fairy tales are children's stories with fairies, elves, gnomes etc involving evil witches/persons but have a happy ending. Many stories that we call fairy tales really …have roots in very ancient oral traditions possibly going back as far as thousands of years. These traditions usually touch upon deep universal themes like fear, rights of passage, integrity, kingship, warrior courage, priesthood/shamanism, deception and manipulation. Aesop's Fables are included in this store of rich ancient wisdom/lore. Many of these tales and fables have anything but happy endings in some of their older and presumably more authentic versions. Fantasy stories are usually modern stories, often based in one or more of the ancient traditions mentioned above. They include spectacular fanciful fictions, told in any possible setting including imagined ancient worlds, contemporary or futuristic science fiction, and anything in between. They are sometimes written to reflect a current world social or cultural dilemma. The original Star Trek series is an excellent example from popular culture, along with the writings of authors like Asimov, Herbert, Philip K. Dick, H. P. Lovecraft, Tolkein, C. S. Lewis, J. K. Rowling and many others. Fairy tales can be stories about fairies, orincredible stories, unbelievable fabrications. A fantasy 'story' is an imaginary story of a fanciful, spectacular and extravagant nature, with invented or visionary images being conveyed to the reader/viewer. CONSIDER: A fairy story would doubtless be fantasy. On the other hand, if fairies exist, maybe a fairy story is true, and not fantasy!A science-fiction story would inevitably be fantasy, but would not usually be associated with matters common to fairy tales. Science-fiction is generally concerned with science and technology, and set in the future, whereas fairy tales are are invariably set in the past, and 'magic' is a key element of fairy stories, which are about fairies, and similar entities, and their dealings and interactions with each other and with humans. SUMMARY/CONCLUSIONS A fairy tale may be fantasy, but not all fantasies are fairy tales. Fairy tales are invariable set in the past and are stories about fairies. Fantasies can be set in any time frame, and, whilst being highly creative and imaginative, do not usually or necessarily focus on matters of the fairy world.
WikiAnswers does not know which accident "THE accident" might be, so we can't really help you with that part. Basic steps to writing are: . describe what happened . descri…be what the characters feel . describe what the characters see/smell/hear/touch/taste
Often, fantasy stories take place in other worlds. Magicians are also sometimes involved (other good names for magicians: wizard, sorcerer, sorceress, mage, witch, encha…ntress) and very rarely does a fantasy book not involve a King or Queen, especially ones with great characteristics. Also, prophecies are good; especially something that just spells doom! I suggest adding interesting creatures (dragons, elves) and keeping the plot for a fantasy story believable yet awe-inspiring. Good luck, all you fellow budding fantasy writers!
The coda is a reflective statement often related to the theme that may occur anytime within the story, but usually at the end. They are used often in fables.
If the author is writing about his own past or life, the book is called an autobiography. If it is about the life of someone else it is called a biography. A person who writes… an autobiography is an autobiographer.
None of the story lines of the 'main' Final Fantasy games go together, they are stand-alone games. Instead, the stories of the main games are continued in spin-offs, like Fina…l Fantasy X has X-II for the PS2 and then for the DS there is XII Revelent Wings or something like that. Thank you for fixing that. I couldn't think of a better way of saying my answer so I just did the best I could.
It is a fantasy if there's a happy ending, if there's magic in it and if it's in a imaginary world.
fanciful ____ It is a fantasy story. (It is a well known feature of English that one can often use a noun as an adjective, as in student unrest).
*WikiAnswers cannot give you ideas - writers must come up with their own ideas in order to be writers - click the Related Questions to learn how to find good ideas* Fantasy i…s a difficult genre to define! Here's how Sandra C. Durham divides the genre: Contemporary and Urban Fantasy - Stories taking place in the real world, but with an element of magic or fantasy. Memory of Fire by Holly Lisle.Epic and Heroic Fantasy - Stories that involve a battles of Good vs. Evil or quest. Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R Tolkien.Historical Fantasy - Stories that are set in factual History, but contain fantasy elements. Mists of Avalon, by Marion Zimmer Bradley.Mythic Fiction - Stories directly inspired by myth, folklore, and fairy tales. The Gates of Sleep, by Mercedes Lackey.Humorous Fantasy - Light hearted fantasy stories. Xanth series by Piers Anthony.Science Fantasy - Stories where science and magic work, or science extends to magical abilities. Darkover series by Marion Zimmer Bradley. Worldbuilding is a crucial step in writing fantasy - see Related Question! Your fantasy world needs to be rich, vivid, and believable. Here are some more tips for writing good fantasy: Give your characters plenty of personality! You need especially rich characterization in fantasy, because most of it is character-driven. Make sure that your characters are unique individuals, cleanly described so that the reader feels as if they would recognize them in a dark bar! Know your world and your characters - avoid unexplained shifts in character personality, or continuity problems because you forgot where that mountain was!Make it believable - your readers are going to be willing to go along with you up to the point where your internal logic starts falling apart. If magic works a certain way in your world, then it must always work that way; if you have dwarves, they can't be six feet tall.Avoid copying - fantasy is an area where it is very tempting to "take the easy way out" and just toss in some generic "dark elves" or dragons - Just Say No! Use your own imagination to create a unique world.Use rich imagery and vivid descriptions!Action! Make your stories full of adventure and excitement. Sometimes the best ideas come from others. Check out writing idea sharing sites, or "plot bunny" websites for inspiration.
Any idea that is interesting enough to you will be a good idea. You cannot write a story or novel based on ideas that someone else invents - you won't be interested enough in …the subject to be able to research and write anything that will actually sell. Plus, anonymous people on the internet have no idea how old you are, what your interests are, or how well you can write! In order to write, you need a personal connection to the subject. Write about whatever you enjoy, or whatever you find interesting, and you will end up with your novel or story. WikiAnswers is happy to help you learn how to write better. We will not do your writing for you by giving you ideas and paragraphs to copy. Here are some more suggestions from WikiAnswers contributors: • Write about what you know. A good idea for a first novel is to write your own personal story. Everyone has at least one novel in them waiting to be written. • Observe the world around you. Anything interesting can be an idea for a story or novel. • Research. The more you know, the more ideas you will have. • Read stories and books that other authors have written in your chosen genre. This way, you can see how other people do things. A story can be either plot driven, character driven, or both. Most are stories are both but one or the other usually takes precedence. Charles Dickens' novels are primarily character driven Ian Flemings' are plot driven (although all the plots are the same.) If you need a place to start - trying thinking up interesting characters who can be developed and evolved against an interesting plot, or think up a good crisis that characters can be illuminated through.