Level 3 now has its two main enemies and I'm working on the bosses (once I actually work out what I want them to do).
6 Steps to Writing a First Turning Point6 Steps to Writing a First Turning Point (Call to Action)6 Steps to Writing a First Turning Point by JosephBlakeParker
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 4 “Plot Points” – Section 3 “The First Turning Point”
With Links to Supplementary Material
We have finally arrived to the last part of Act I in your story, when your Protagonist-driven story will really take off. The First Turning point, also called the “Call to Action” or the “Minor Inciting Incident,” can be thought of as a tremor event after the earthquake, (Inciting Incident) that disrupted the balance that was your protagonist's life. Only this time, it will drive your protagonist to specific action.
Step 1: Connect some dots between your planned
Heya. I started on DA as a writer and i still take great enjoyment writing but I've also branched out into some 3d/visual effects and even some drawing (le gasp! And trust me, i was confident the day i drew anything would result in the Armageddon)|
But nowadays I just enjoy making art and keeping a (usually) weekly journal on funny things that happen in my week.