*Credit for this image goes to Giphy.com. Source: oh-totoro.com.*
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Sometimes, just as much as the protagonist or more, they’re doing what they must. Their actions are based on the belief that it is right. As your hero has a reason to fight to save the world, then your villain has to have a reason to destroy it. Don’t neglect one’s goals for another. Know your antagonists’ dreams or goals or convictions. And pit them against your protagonist. Ooh, I wonder who’ll win.
*Credit for this image goes to villainsinliterature.wordpress.com.*
*Credit for this image goes to zerochan.net.*
Voila! As promised here are your five storytelling tips. It’s really thanks to a not so recent tweet that gave birth today’s top five post. I had a lot of fun creating all the “Write as if” and finding the images to go with them. Do you have any “Write as if” writing tips you'd like to include? Please share in the comments section below.