Tag Archives: villains

A Week of Legos Comes to an End

Well, it took all week to make the 8 sets and here we are.  Going to try to put them in order and add a few notes.  Hope everyone enjoys the fruits of our labors.  Now, to go back to … Continue reading

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Heroes Need Villains: 13 Steps to Evil by Sacha Black is Now Available! #writing #bookboost

Your hero is not the most important character in your book. Your villain is. Are you fed up of drowning in two-dimensional villains? Frustrated with creating clichés? And failing to get your reader to root for your villain? In 13 … Continue reading

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Edge of Breaking

Every scream holds power More energy expended Never to return And leaving the body weak Open to another torment The pressure mounts And cracks begin to form Ignored out of fear Or stubborn pride Another step is always possible Forget … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Stopping a Rescue Mission

Last September, Nyx wrote a list of tips for mounting a rescue mission.  To give the opposing view on this and in the name of equality, we’re going to make a list of ways to stop the good guys.  This … Continue reading

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Nyder Fortune the Loyal Assistant

One character that doesn’t get a lot of attention on the blog is Nyder Fortune.  He’s an agent of Baron Kernaghan, but he isn’t the type to go into the field.  He isn’t a warrior like General Vile, a caster … Continue reading

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Derailing Destiny: From the Good and the Bad

Destiny has always been strange in Windemere.  Not as absolute as one would think because free will is a factor.  A person may be destined to be in a certain place at a certain time, but it isn’t foretold how … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Hurt a Hero: Don’t Read If You’re a Hero. Thanks.

Don’t let the picture fool you.  We aren’t talking exclusively about physical pain and torment.  That’s fairly easy and people have their own preferences.  Some villains go for the bones while others focus on the skin.  I went to Evil … Continue reading

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