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Transcript of Drama
-What Happens in the story
- Background information (Characters, Setting).
Inciting Incident or Conflict
- The event that’s sets in motion the action of the story.
- Obstacles and discoveries, which complicate the conflict.
- Turning point of the plot, emotional intensity of story.
Series of events following the climax. (Aftermath)
)-“Unknotting” resolution of the conflicts.
Character vs. Character
The most straightforward type of conflict pits the protagonist directly against another character. i.e. fights, arguments, hero v. villain, etc.
Character vs. Nature
The main character or characters struggle against a natural force, predatory animal, or disease in order to survive.
Character vs. Self
A character struggles to overcome fear, deal with a personal issue, or make a difficult CHOICE
Character vs. Society
The protagonist against injustice in the form of an element of government (laws), culture (belief/practice), or societal norms (acceptance).
Character vs. Fate
A character struggles to face or escape their fate or destiny.
A struggle between two opposing characters or forces
Protagonist = Main Character
Antagonist = Works directly against the main Character