Fiction Writing TipsWriting fiction tips
Avoiding Five Customs In The Fictional Letter
Humans, places and things (e.g. nouns) have their own name and it is your task to know what they are.
That information could indicate the season (tulips are quite rare in September) and could also tell us something about the nature of the flower.
When a man enters a room, all your reader knows is that he has been in. However, when he is limping, the reader immediately wants to know whether he is old, hurt or weary. When he comes in, the reader knows that he is full of energy or is happy about the new.
When he swaggered, the reader wondered if he was full of himself or maybe just wasted. When you read a good dialog, you have the feeling of hearing a genuine discussion.
But many authors, in a false guided effort to make their fictions fictional in written form, overstretch these words.
A thirdperson narrative can be either confined (an impartial storyteller narrates the narrative by concentrating on the thoughts and interaction of a particular character) or all-knowing (the storyteller sees and listens to everything).
Are your character's facts that you want to incorporate into the game?