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Welcome to December! If you participated, how did you do for NaNoWriMo? Did you reach the 50K goal?

I am always one to say that my characters are the ones to tell the story, and that I'm just around for the ride. Well, my villain threw me such a curveball that I had to yell out "PLOT TWIST!". In recognition of that, this month's theme is all about villains.

This month's theme is: Anti-Heros and Villains.


1- I am my own worst enemy.
2- Arrogant and imperious.
3- A ruthless murderer.
4- Turning his back on the path to redemption.
5- Walking a fine line.
6- White lies and bold lies.
7- "You bastard!".
8- A danger to himself and others.
9- A character motivated by self-interest and self-preservation.
10- Profiting from both good and bad people.
11- Stockholm syndrome.
12- Your character meets another who is a mess of contradictions.
13- No remorse.
14- A tarnished knight.
15- A character motivated by greed or lust.
16- Criminal motives.
17- A character backing up his threats with fists/guns/weapons.
18- A Victorian vigilante.
19- Manipulating another's emotions.
20- Terrorizing and exerting control.
21- Moral decay.
22- The sadistic Alpha Male.
23- A twisted predator.
24- Evil, personified.
25- A brand new breed of super villains.
26- Cold-blooded killer.
27- Your character must study a sociopath in order to find their weakness.
28- Go here http://www.seventhsanctum.com/generate.php?Genname=villain and pick your favorite villain, then set him in a story.
29- Flashback! write a scene about how your villain came to be.
30- Write the villain's side of the story. Make the hero deluded.


Please remember to tag your entries, and use this form on every post:


As always, please refer to the profile for more information and rules. Your next prompt list will be posted by herecirm on January 1st.

Also don't forget that you are not restrained by the prompts of this month, only! You can write to whatever prompt from previous months, too. Just be sure to tag and list them accordingly.

Lottery: Sometimes, the best creativity comes as a result of constraint. Leave a comment on this post with your character(s) name, and I will match a prompt with them at random. You might find yourself exploring a scene you wouldn't have thought of otherwise!

Enjoy!

Raine

Comments

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bookbyte
Dec. 1st, 2013 08:34 pm (UTC)
Oh my god...the irony. This is my final paper subject.

Lottery please.
rainechan
Dec. 2nd, 2013 12:42 pm (UTC)
Haha. XD

Random.org gives you: #26 - Cold-blooded killer.
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