Character Arc Generator (50 Types of Character Arcs!) – by Bryn Donovan…

Hi, amazing writers! Since some of you may be asking, “What is a character arc?”, let’s kick this post off with a

Character Arc Definition:

A character arc is the way a character learns, grows, or changes over the course of the story.

Makes sense, right? When you’re creating character arcs, you’re recognizing that the character at the end of the story won’t be exactly the same as they were in the beginning. Both book editors and TV and movie producers like to see clear character arcs, and understanding them can make writing—and revising—a novel, story, or screenplay a whole lot easier.

But sometimes when you’re beginning a story, how to create a character arc is about the last thing on your mind. A certain premise, or even a certain mood, may have captured your imagination, but when it comes to planning character arcs, you’re not exactly sure how to start.

That’s why I created this list, which is basically a character arc generator. And if you’re still learning about this element of fiction, it may be helpful to have all these character arc examples!

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3 thoughts on “Character Arc Generator (50 Types of Character Arcs!) – by Bryn Donovan…

  1. Sounds great! Less work, more fun? 😉 I think for using this generator (list) i need to have much more knowledge what i want to write about. :-)) But it is wonderful to get a feeling for the possible way. But i am sure Jim’s characters are uncreatable. You need to have them in mind (or in real around you). Lol xx Michael

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