Good to bad or bad to good. Again, vampiry
- "The plot of transformation deals with the process of change in the protagonist as she journeys through one of the many stages of life. The plot isolates a portion of the protagonist's life that represents the period of change, moving from one significant character state to another." Some "standard" points of change: becoming adult; war and combat; search for identity; divorce and other family shifts; facing violence; deaths; and learning something new. http://www.mit.edu/~mbarker/exercises/exer970926.txt
- The transformation plot leads to change of a person in some way, often driven by unexpected circumstance or event. After setbacks, the person learns and usually becomes something better. http://changingminds.org/disciplines/storytelling/plots/tobias_plots.htm
- plot involves the process of change in the Protagonist as they journey through a stage of life that moves them from one significant character state to another. http://www.tennscreen.com/plots.htm
from How Can My Monte Carlo Make Fire Like That?
I’ve lived in West Allis since I was born, and though I’m no mechanic or anything, I do appreciate a loud V8 engine. However, when I was watching a race last week, I started wondering how I could rig my Monte Carlo to make fire like the ones on TV. Obviously, I don’t want a rocket on my car—I just want it to send a little fire out the tailpipes when I pass someone on Highway 100. Something to get me noticed by the high school girls. Is that too much to ask? So I went to Autozone and asked someone there if they had a device to make fire come out of my car. The guy told me they don’t sell such a product and that it would probably not be street legal....