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Adventure Story Tips

Adventure Story Tips

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Everyone just loves to listen at a good ole adventure story, who doesn't?

It's f un to hear how adventure heroes like Indiana Jones explore the world in a thrill ing way...Now you can write your own adventure story too! Just follow the steps below. (NOTE: this guide is all about how to make an adventure story similar to the Indiana Jones, this might not be the adventure story you're looking for.) Edit Steps 1 Create your artifact. This is very important if you are to create an adventu re story, your artifact could either be based from true objects (the Excalibur, apple of discord, etc.) or you could make one up! Does your artifact possess sup ernatural powers? Be free and creative! Have fun. 2 Create your hero. Every adventure story must have a hero or else the events will not untangle! You could choose what your protagonist could be, is he/she ma le or female? What's his/her educational degree? Why is he/she interested with t he artifact? It's your call! 3 Create your sidekick. Adventure stories are no fun if the hero goes solo, th at's why you must create a sidekick (usually a leading lady, a child, etc.) Is y our sidekick loyal or is he a traitor? Is he/she male or female? It's also your decision. 4 Create your villain. Now if there's good, there is always bad, that's why yo u must make a villain. Is your villain alone or with some companions? Does he re pent or not? 5 Create your story. Now this is the most fun part in making an adventure stor y. You get to choose, arrange and decide the fateful events in your story. Make a draft and put it aside so that when you're done making the story, you can poli sh your story's details. Does the villain die? Is the artifact retrieved? 6 Arrange your story. When you're done with the drafts, you must arrange your events and start to polish your adventure story's details. Here you can see the plot spaces and could change a certain event in the story. 7 Create a title! Since your adventure story is already done, write its title! It must be connected to your story and it must be inviting to your listeners. A fter making your adventure story, go share it with your friends!

Edit Tips Create an overview of the artifact. The listeners to your adventure story mu st now a history or two regarding your artifact that's why you must make one. If your artifact is based from a real object (city of El Dorado, Atlantis, Golden Fleece, etc.) research the history of the object and create your own based from it, add your own touch to make it more convincing. Be much convincing. You must be convincing when telling your adventure. For instance, your story must cope up with your setting because how can your listene rs relate to the story if it's about Nazis chasing a treasure hunter in the year 2011? Nazis only existed from the 1930s-1950s. Give your hero a signature move. Your character must possess an attribute th at will be remembered by the listeners, it can be anything from fashion (fedora

You must make your own story. relatives or anybod y from the neighborhood! Reference sources. Edit Things You'll Need A pen/pencil or anything you ca use to write. etc. A paper/notebook or anything you can use to write on.) any will do! Don't just focus on the artifact.) make your own concept out of it. you can use a computer or a notebook with Micros oft Word in it so you'll just have to type it on your keyboard. In case that you based your story from an i nspiration (movie. Your listeners might get bored. don't copy from others or else yo u'll be a criminal for infringement. pith helmet. Create action packed fight sequences. If you're planning for a seque l then give a hint after the story. Edit Warnings Never mock or insult anything based from real life. got it. etc. A wild imagination . A whole bunch of listeners.hat. Give your heroes a little or big problem t hey have to face from the villain. For your plot and setting or even your artifact. family. etc. novel. It's gon na come in handy. You can ask friends. Make cliff-hanging obstacles that are near death for your hero to overcome. Don't prolong your story. If you don't want to write.) quotes (bingo. Make your ending satisfying to the listeners. Be original.

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