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I am told that an antagonist character is always needed in a good story. Don’t you think it makes writing too mechanical to always have to include an antagonistic character rather than the antagonistic forces you refer to? - Question/Answer Now Playing


I am told that an antagonist character is always needed in a good story. Don’t you think it makes writing too mechanical to always have to include an antagonistic character rather than the antagonistic forces you refer to?

Jul 26, 2012

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I am told that an antagonist character is always needed in a good story. Don’t you think it makes writing too mechanical to always have to include an antagonistic character rather than the antagonistic forces you refer to? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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