Fall of Arendelle Part 2, The DuelFall of Arendelle Part 2, The Duel by MetroXLR99
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Queen Elsa gasped upon seeing a wall of fire across the room.
she cautiously approached, her eyes mesmerized at the dancing flames.
as she stared at them..her eyes widened upon
seeing the vague form of a figure within the flickering fire.
as she stared more intently..she found that It was a man.
the flames soon died down..and, Elsa finally got a better look at the man.
he was dressed in red robes, with a flame-shaped belt buckle, black shoulder blades,
and a red-orange semi-transparent cape flowing from his back.
the man had dark brown widow's peak hair that almost looked black,
with a distinctive ponytail tied at the back of his head.
the man was sitting upon a throne of black, sharp stone..
..and, DID NOT look happy to see Elsa.
"who dares enter my throne room??" spoke Erik, his tone dark.
Elsa finally broke from her trance, and quickly regained her regal composure.
the snow queen then lifted her dress slightly, and respectfully bowed to the fire king.
"Your most gracious m
Fall of Arendelle Part 1, The JourneyFall of Arendelle Part 1, The Journey by MetroXLR99
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a man huffed and panted violently as he struggled against the chilling winds and thick, deep snow.
the man was in a serious state of panic, running for dear life from..something.
BUT, he knew he was in just as much danger here in the northern mountains as anywhere else.
After what felt like hours, the man finally collapsed into the snow.
tired, and unable to stand, he desperately began to crawl over
to appeared to be a large rock, and frantically began to dig.
he then took out the satchel he was carrying, and attempted to slip it
underneath the frozen rock..when the howling winds suddenly became quiet.
the man held his breath as dead silence fell.
the snow at the man's feet slowly began to shift. suddenly, the snow came alive
and struck at the man like a balled up fist.
dazed, the man struggled to regain consciousness..
but, he was suddenly ensnared by the somewhat living snow.
he found himself being held up in mid-air, the snow wrapped around him like a serpent's coils.
he looked, and
Writing better villainsPart one: Creating a villain in general Writing better villains by Animedemon001
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Don’t create a paper cut out of evil. Unless you’re writing a story for little kids, give your villain depth (think of the good witch and the wicked witch, a protagonist would be closer to the good witch, while the antagonist should be closer to the wicked witch, but they should never be just the good witch or just the bad witch), just like you would any character. There is no such thing as pure evil.
Give your villain a good motive. If somebody hurt them, then they may want to hurt that person, their relatives, or the entire world. They may also be doing it out of greed. Whatever it is, it’s up to you.
Forget the whole “Good deep down” thing. People aren’t like cupcakes of evil with a center of frosting of good. Good and bad a jumbled together. A man who kills enemy soldiers by the thousands, may run an animal shelter out of pure love for animals. Or a hateful dictator who rules wi