The Secondary Principles of Plot: Progress, Setbacks, Costs, Turning Points – by September Fawkes…

Plot is more than “stuff happening.” At the most basic level, a plot should have these elements: goal, antagonist, conflict, and consequences. In this article, we will go over the secondary principles of plot: progress, setbacks, costs, and turning points.

But first, let’s briefly review the primary principles. Without these things, the storyline will always feel weak or even “broken.”

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