Tag Archives: empathy

Writing Empathy as a Power or Ability

Mary L. Schmidt asked a few months ago about writing a post about empathy or intuitiveness towards emotions.  Now, I’ve thought a lot about this and I think this is something we should look at for every character.  Sure, you … Continue reading

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How Far Can a Hero Fall?

One thing I added to Warlord of the Forgotten Age is the concept of a fallen or broken hero.  It might seem late in the game for a such a subplot, but I wanted to see how it would work when it’s … Continue reading

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Top of 2016 #6: Questions 3: Stuck in the Emotions

(Originally posted HERE.) First, I’m pretty sure this guy runs the show in my head most of the time.  Occasionally, Sadness knocks him out of the way and you can tell what movie my son watches about once a week. … Continue reading

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Questions 3: Stuck in the Emotions

First, I’m pretty sure this guy runs the show in my head most of the time.  Occasionally, Sadness knocks him out of the way and you can tell what movie my son watches about once a week.  Obviously, ‘Mad Max: … Continue reading

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