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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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Well it depends on the book. If the adventure story could happen in real life and is not made up then it is not a fantasy, but if it the adventure book is made up and would ne…ver happen in real life then it is fantasy. (An adventure story is usually a story where the character(s) are taking a trip or a journey. A fantasy story is made up.)
Because someone thought that the dream they had was cool and decided to write it down
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.
Yes, her books are classed as fantasy - adventure
Well, to write fantasy, you need a fertile imagination. Come up with all sorts of new words, lands, languages, species, types of things etc. Now get a plot. Get a hero and pos…sibly get a bad guy. Find a way to make them meet in a final show down, with help from both sides and you've got yourself a fantasy. Oh, and throw a damsel in distress in for maximum enjoyment Well, it depends on what type of fantasy you want and what characters you want in there. I guess you just write what you feel you want to write. Check out the links below!
It is a fantasy if there's a happy ending, if there's magic in it and if it's in a imaginary world.
Plot is independent of genera. Of the forty plots identified anyone of them could be used in a fantasy story. However some plots are more commonly found in all stories (some a…re rarely used today in any kind of stories what-so-ever) and some are favoured in fantasy stories, although this claim has to be taken very loosely. Some of the more common plots in fantasy: Obtaining - recovering some important item Daring enterprise - achieving some important goal Deliverance - rescuing damsel in distress Obstacles to love
*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.
The story in Final Fantasy VII is that Cloud Strife is an ex-SOLDIER who joins a rebel group known as AVALANCHE. This organization works to take down the mako reactors located… around Midgar because they are sucking the life stream out of the planet and killing it. The company behind it all is Shinra which specializes in Military weapons, Space exploration, Urban development, and keeping their people safe. But behind the scenes, they are absorbing the power of the life stream and using it to power the world. Cloud doesn't care about the planet in the beginning; he only wants to stop Shinra and destroy the mako reactors after receiving his pay for the job. Unfortuantely for Cloud, this escalates into a giant adventure when he finds out that Sephiroth has returned to instill fear and destroy the planet by using Meteor to do so. Cloud journeys all over the world in order to stop Sephiroth with help from his friends Barret, Tifa Lockhart, Cid Raines, Vincent Valentine, Yuffie, Cait Sith, Aeris, and Red XIII. Along the way, Cloud finds out the secrets of his past and how he came to be what he is today. But before that, their troop travels to Cids hometown of Rocket town, Red XIII's hometown, Clouds hometown of Nibelheim, the port city of Junon, the Gold Saucer, Costa del Sol, and many more places. Eventually, Sephiroth obtains the black materia which he uses to summon Meteor and doom the planet within days of its arrival to their planet. While Meteor travels through the cosmos to their planet, Cloud loses his friend Aeris to Sephiroths sword. Aeris was an ancient who once ruled this planet and could commune with the planet and the life stream. Before she died, she dropped her white materia known as holy into the waters beneath where they were. This holy materia is the secret to fending off Meteor and saving the planet. Fortunately, Cloud retrieves the black materia from Sephiroth once more and believes that he has saved the planet. But when they travel to the cavern underneath the mako reactor in Nibelheim, Cloud begins to go crazy and doesn't act like himself. He is being controlled by Sephiroth which causes him to take the black materia and place it within the life stream that the true sephiroth is being contained within (Backstory: when Sephiroth discovered he was the son of an ancient and a doctor he flipped and killed everyone in Nibelheim while freeing his mother, Jenova, from her containment unit in the Mako reactor. Unfortunately he was killed by Cloud and thrown down the reactor where he slept in hibernation status in mako energy.). This caused a crater to be formed and for ultimate weapons of mass destruction in the form of monsters to be set free to wreak havoc on the planet. While Shinra dealt with one of the weapons, Tifa and her friends went in search of a missing Cloud whom they found in a life stream pool on a far off island. But when they found him, he had lost his memory and any recollection of what occurred previously. But eventually he regains his memory and rejoins his friends in order to stop Sephiroth. They defeat Ultimate Weapon and travel to the crater in order to fight Sephiroth and end his plot once and for all. When they defeat him, Sephiroth's meteor arrives to their planet to destroy them. But the planet protects itself by using the life stream and the power of holy which fends off meteor and saves the planet.
any fantasy novel will have a fantasy setting, normally it will be fairy tales or mythical type books
Each Final Fantasy has a different story. However, they are all based on saving the world, in one way or another. They are also influence by friendship, love, hate. But each G…ame shows another aspect of each.
Write about a turkey who works at a pet store -- sounds like a perfectly good idea to me. You're the author, not some anonymous person on the internet! Plant your butt in a ch…air and get started on that poor turkey's story. If you don't know what goes on in a pet store, start researching. Here's a link to how authors come up with story ideas.
If you want to be a writer, you need to tap into your OWN creativity. Otherwise, you are a reporter. See the LINK for help!
Yes Batman is a fantasy story that was first made up by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, they are both dead now, but many other people make up Batman stories today.So could you.
(1) Not for publication. (2) I disagree with this answer. For example, many famous people appear in Philip Jose Farmer's Riverworld books. including Sir Richard Burton and Mar…k Twain (Samuel Clemens). There is a movie script being considered for production in Hollywood based on a book called Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Ok, not if they are ALIIVE . Alittle common sense , please. The dead can't sue you.
Fantasy stories can contain any character you want! Here are some things you will typically find in a fantasy story, however: . some type of magic or paranormal power . a …setting that is not the world as we know it . a setting with different physical laws from our world
Dalaran is a magocratic city in the World of Warcraft universe. The city is used as a front to attack the Lich King's armies and is inhabited by humans, high elves, gnomes, an…d goblins.