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writing-prompts-re · a day ago
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Whenever you die, you have the ability to reincarnate at any point in history with full memories of your past lives. Billions of deaths later, you realize the truth: Every single person in all of history is your past or future reincarnation. You're all alone.
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writerforfun · 7 months ago
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Villain training young hero
“Wait, wait, wait,” he called out, standing upon the monument. His eyes gazing down at the so-called force of heroes, charged and ready to fire.
“You’re kids!”
“Yeah, so?” someone who looked no older than 15 growled out. “Think we can’t take you?”
“Seriously? All of you are kids?”
A low murmur pushed around.
The villain sighed, annoyed he huffed.
“Are you even trained? Forget that, who allowed you? No, who send you?”
“Who says we’ll talk?” A girl in neon questioned.
“Oh My God, that’s it.”
“Wait, what are you doing?” one of them asked. Watching as the villain surrender, stepping down.
“Are any of you adults? Alright, raise your hand if you’re an adult,”
“Umm, we-” low voice hung around.
“See that’s what I thought. “Ugh. This battle is cancelled. Tell your mayor we need to talk. Today!”
"Woah, Woah, Woah.” a kid called out, stepping in front of him. “You can’t leave. We won’t let you.”
“Kid, you trained? How long have you guys been in this nonsense?”
“Like I said, Who says we’ll talk?” the girl in neon questioned again.
The villain sighed, annoyed at the whole event.
“Alright, listen up, get trained, then come fight me or I won’t fight you.”
“And what if no one trains us? Or we don’t know who to reach out to?”
The villain glared at them with determination.
“Then I’ll train you. All of you.”
LOL don’t come at me, I just went with the flow, here.
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civil53 · 2 months ago
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EASY WAY TO LEARN
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writing-prompts-re · 2 days ago
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Fantastic Guides:
Traversing The Antarctic
1 - Bring a coat. Duh.
2 - Travel while the sun is out. It gets lonely sometimes and will help guide you in exchange for company.
3 - Wear goggles.
4 - If you think you saw the mountains in the distance moving, you didn't. Keep going.
5 - Use the night to rest. And hide.
6 - Don't let the whispers scare you. Focus. They might be trying to help.
7 - If the ground cracks, don't move.
8 - If you see the Spire, head for it. You'll never reach it, but your path towards it will be safe.
9 - Bring a jar of cookie butter. You'll understand once you're there.
10 - If you see the Mountaineer, turn around. Do not approach it.
11 - You can eat the hot meals you find, but always leave some behind.
12 - Don't be afraid to take risks, it's one of the things life is all about after all.
13 - Seek shelter during blizzards, they can grow stronger during them.
14 - Ice cream is forbidden.
15 - Just because something appears to be human, does not mean that it is. Be observant.
16 - Let it snow.
17 - Keep your distance from the trees. The lights might attract you, but you must not get close.
18 - The Shrouded hide in the distance. You may seek them out if you wish, but keep in mind they don't always welcome strangers.
19 - Don't start fires. They don't like fire.
20 - Ignore the singers, don't let them distract you.
21 - Be sure to leave an offering for the old ones, for their sake and yours.
22 - Don't. Pollute.
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writing-prompts-re · 5 months ago
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A murder mystery where every character believes themselves to be responsible for the death, and tries their best to cover it up.
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writing-prompts-re · 4 months ago
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Ten years ago, your mentor said, "Kid, there's a little secret when it comes to magic. You can literally make shit up and it'll usually work. Makes the guys who actually take it seriously really mad." Today, you're one of the least respected, and most powerful, mages in the land.
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writing-prompts-re · 10 months ago
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You’re a student 400 years in the future who has just been assigned a project to study the “Trends of the early 2000s.” In your deep research, you learn a horrible secret: the gods most of the world worships now started off as a trading card game known as “Pokemon.”
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writing-prompts-re · a month ago
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The witch grew angry as she stared at the baby in your wife's hands that she had birthed only hours prior. "I wanted *your* firstborn! This is a trick!" You looked at the witch in confusion. Your wife panics. This was quite an exceptional way to learn about cheating.
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writing-prompts-re · 3 months ago
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You’re a mimic. You were disguised as a clock in a dungeon when an adventurer decided to take you as loot. You’ve actually managed to enjoy your live ever since as furniture in a small, local tavern. When some ruffians decide to rob the now elderly adventurer however, you finally reveal yourself.
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writing-prompts-re · a month ago
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Your escape pod has crashed onto an alien planet. After finding you incredibly injured, you were taken in by a local farmer. Their species, however, only lives for approximately three months. It took nearly three generations for you to fully recover. Years have passed, and you've become the family's protector ever since.
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writing-prompts-re · 6 months ago
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Writing Tip #01:
10 Ways of Ending your Story
- The Cliffhanger Ending: Ending the story in such a way that leaves the reader at the edge of their seat, either due to being in the middle of a dilemma or a shocking revelation (Ex: The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan)
- The Circle Ending: Ending the story in such a way does comes back full circle to its beginning. The reader gets a chance to compare the before and after, offering both the opportunities for irony or satire, and the contrast, whether bitter or sweet, is plain to see.
- The Dialogue Ending: Ending the story with dialogue from the characters. This ending allows the readers to feel a stronger connection to the characters since it is them sharing the end to their story instead of the author.
- The Emotional Ending: Ending the story in such a way that leaves readers feeling emotional, whether happy or sad, for the characters in the story. Before attempting to write an emotionally engaging end, you have to first understand why it is important for your readers to be engaged.
- The Humor Ending: Ending the story in such a way that leaves the reader laugh at either a line or even an inside joke from the story. Before attempting this ending, first think about your own personal sense of humor and how you'll be using it to produce a humorous ending.
- The Image Ending: Ending the story in such a way that puts the classic "show, don't tell" rule to good use by describing a scene.
- The Moral Ending: Ending the story in such a way that you show the character's growth and how far they've managed to come. This ending helps even the reader learn a lesson through the characters. The difficult part about this ending is figuring out what the moral of your story will be. Think of your characters, their goals, objectives, and how all of those have developed in the story.
- The Question Ending: Ending the story in such a way that leaves readers think about what will happen next. This ending is effective when you want the culmination of your story to be remembered. Play around with different questions and see what would work better!
- The Surprise Ending: Ending the story in such a way that takes the reader to the place least expected. When done right, these endings will live, and haunt, the readers' memories for years. A surprise ending may have the reader question heir perspective of the preceding events. It could also introduce new conflicts that changes the story's context. A subtle misdirection is key to achieving this kind of ending.
- The Reflection Ending: Ending the story in such a way that the character looks back on everything they've experienced, achieved, or even failed at. Everything they've gone through in their journey. This conclusion gives the character a chance to think/feel more deeply about what occurred in the story. It gives them time to explore their deepest feelings and even possibly come up with fresh or surprising insights.
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writing-prompts-re · 2 months ago
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Every year, the richest person in the country is declared the, "Winner of Capitalism". They get a special badge, and then all their money and assets are donated to charity so they have to start back up at $0.
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writing-prompts-re · 3 months ago
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You’re a long forgotten god. Today, a small girl left a piece of candy at your shrine, and you woke up. Now, you must do everything in your power in order to protect your new High Priestess, the small girl, and all your new worshippers, her entire kindergarten class.
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writing-prompts-re · 9 months ago
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A sniper, a bartender and a photographer meet In a bar. Unaware of each other’s occupations, they begin to talk about what it means to get ‘the perfect shot.’
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writing-prompts-re · 4 months ago
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An agoraphobic princess is sick and tired of knights breaking into her castle and trying to slay her emotional support dragon.
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writing-prompts-re · 5 months ago
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You’re a villain who’s kidnapped one of the smartest guys on your nemesis’ team. They tell you that one’s gonna come for them because the hero doesn’t care. You thought they were bluffing at first, but it’s been a month now and no one has shown up. After hearing them cry at night once again, you finally had enough.
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writing-prompts-re · 4 months ago
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You're immortal, and have passed the 'hero' phase centuries ago. You enter a small coffee shop one day to find that it's owned by your millennia-old arch-nemesis. You really, really just want a chai latte though.
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writing-prompts-re · 6 days ago
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"And that, class..." the professor concluded, "...is why humanity is believed to be the most peaceful, reasonable, cooperative, and overall, docile known species in the cosmos. Any questions?" You, the only human in the class, raised your hand.
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writing-prompts-re · 5 months ago
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Bartenders only serve drinks as a side job. Their real profession? Hunting down every bastard named Bart. You are now the last Bart alive, and they will stop at nothing until you’re dead.
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writing-prompts-re · a month ago
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A curious scientist manages to genetically engineer a set of wings onto a small piglet. As the miniscule animal begins to flap its wings and take flight for the first time, low probability events begin to occur across the world.
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