We all know that a novel isn’t really a novel if the characters don’t do anything or if they don’t go anywhere. Most of the time (but also depending on the genre), the characters leave home and go on some sort of journey.
This can happen in a number of different ways.
What’s the difference between Adventure and Quest?
Adventure is when you go on a long expedition sometimes to unknown territory. It’s exciting, a little scary, and maybe a bit bizarre.
Quest means you’re searching for something or someone. I guess you could say it’s like an adventure, but with more meaning behind it.
Why would your protagonist go on an adventure or quest?
So many things can happen to the main character in a story that begins the plot, that causes the protagonist to move forward.
- A stranger comes and asks for help
- Someone they know and is…
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