Characters per Scene are Important

source: Fictionary

It’s time to revise a scene if:

  1. There are too many characters in a scene
  2. Characters appear or disappear without warning
  3. The protagonist or antagonist are not in a key scene
  4. An introduced character lacks detail or has too much detail
  5. There are confusing names

1. There are too many characters in a scene

source: Fictiionary

2. Characters appear or disappear without warning

source: Fictiionary

3. Protagonist and antagonist are not in key scenes

source: Fictiionary

4. An introduced character lacks detail or has too much detail

source: Fictiionary

5. There are confusing names:

source: Fictiionary

StoryTeller Gives You an Easy Way to Keep Track of Characters Per Scene

Using the Characters Per Scene story element:

source: Fictiionary
source: Fictiionary

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