This writing prompt challenge requires you use at least a long-lost relative, a long-lost friend, and some glue. Feel free to reorganize, use all or some as you please. Remember this is just to spark inspiration to get you going.
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Selection influenced by the Writing Challenge Set
Set Up At Least 2 Characters
- it’s easier to build a dynamic with at least two characters
- for a greater challenge use just one
- use too many characters and the story gets messy
- create new characters or use from your existing cast
- Seventh Sanctum’s Character Generator
- d20 Modern Dice Roller for Random Character Selection from your existing cast
- if you have 7 characters and you used a d8 but rolled an 8, create a new character to fill the empty slot (or roll again) for example
- you are also free to just choose the characters you want to write about
Random Writing Challenge Set
Randomly generated from Seventh Sanctum’s Writing Challenge Generator
- A character makes someone a meal, but the intention behind the action is not what it seems.
- The story must have some glue appear in the middle.
- During the story, a character finds a long-lost relative.
- During the story, a character finds a long-lost friend.
- During the story, an organization begins recruiting.
- A character is contemplative throughout most of the story.
Tarot Basic Plot Themes Set
Randomly generated from the Orphalese Tarot program
Introduction Theme: Queen of Swords
- MOTHER OF THE MIND
Conflict Theme: King of Cups
- MASTER OF THE HEART
Rising Action Theme: Ace of Pentacles
- GIFT OF THE BODY
Climax Theme: Five of Cups
Falling Action Theme: The Moon
Resolution Theme: Eight of Cups
- MOVING ON
Feel free to reorganize, use all or some as you please. Remember this is just to spark inspiration to get you going!
~ Mythic Tarot by Liz Greene (Author), Juliet Sharman-Burke (Author), Tricia Newell (Illustrator) © 1986
~ Credit for 3D model and assets used in this rendered image can be found here.