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Plot: Loss of a Beloved

Sitting in direct opposition to the recovery of a loved one, the loss of a beloved is a situation that relies heavily on emotions and motivations from your characters. You can check out the full list of plot scenarios here.

  • The witness sees the death of a kinsman.

Most often there is an executioner of some form to kill our kinsman, but in some cases death might occur from circumstances your witness predicted. The roles here are fairly straight-forward, even with the addition or exclusion of the executioner.

As straightforward as the roles are, this one still deals heavily with emotions, specifically those experienced during grief. Although the death itself may be a plot point, the reaction (or reactions) it causes are going to be heavily character motivated, regardless of whether it is a main plot or a minor one.

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