You’ve all seen this weapon in use on more than one occasion if you’ve ever watched a fantasy or Medieval set movie. The broadsword is the most famous for being the weapon of the knights in that shining armor. You’ve seen them used in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Rob Roy, Braveheart….
From my experience, there is a group of characters that falls between the two definitions – the “Minor” Main Character: people who slip in and out of the story but appear in stories or episodes that capture the attention of an audience that moves them beyond the rank of a minor character. The audience gets
There’s always a bad guy in every story: someone has to give your hero a problem that your story works through to resolve, after all. They automatically appear, and it’s up to you to show just why they are the threat your hero sees them as. However, there is a big difference between a typical bad guy and a true villain. This difference is apparent right in