Opening prompt -
I always loved getting caught at the end of a good doomsday plot, despite being a world class super villain. But it wasn't the thrill of the chase that mad me overjoyed, no, it was quite strangely my enemy that made me want to loose every battle against them. Mainly because I believe I may have fallen in love with them...
Dialogue prompt -
"Ur... Hello?!" I called out into my apartment, gripping onto the freshly cleaned frying pan which the intruder had used, but also cleaned.
"Is there anyone here?" I asked sceptically, kicking open the bathroom door only to see everything exactly the way I had left it. Standing tall and dropping the frying pan down from a defensive position I scratched my head in confusion before walking back into the kitchen.
"I guess I'm just going crazy." I muttered to myself, cleaning away the dishes which I had eaten off of.
"You're not crazy, I just didn't want to reply while you were prepared to hit me." Someone laughed happily from behind me.
Opening Prompt -
Everyone knows that animals can be classified by the position of their eyes. Prey developed to see 360 degrees, having eyes on the sides of their heads. While predators have always needed depth perception, thereby evolving to a point where their eyes both face forward.
This explains why humans have forward facing eyes, but it doesn't explain why dragons did not. So that's what I'm here to find out...
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Writing Prompts, World Building Tips And Character SheetsRandom
A collection of writing prompts, dialogue prompts, character sheets and world building tips gathered by yours truly. Sometimes I may also write a story underneath as well, but the whole point of this book is to inspire you and break your writer's b...