Adventure story.

Titles used: "Casey and Stacy"

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  • The Plot in Outline:
  1. One--set the scene and motivate the adventurer. Consider the "unwilling" adventurer and the "willing, even eager" adventurer--often the same person starts as one, then becomes the other.
  2. Two--on the journey. Events, difficulties, excitement. Don't forget to put some thought into reasons for your hero(ine) to be venturing into the wilderness.
  3. Three--we have arrived (somewhere). Fairly often, there are also romantic twinings and other rewards to having gotten there. Or perhaps you can remember--setting out for the top of the mountain; the trails, stumbles, and cliffsides along the way; and the glorious view from the top! - http://www.mit.edu/~mbarker/exercises/exer970131.txt
  • The protagonist goes on an adventure, much like a quest, but with less of a focus on the end goal or the personal development of hero. In the adventure, there is more action for action's sake. - http://changingminds.org/disciplines/storytelling/plots/tobias_plots.htm
  • this plot involves the Protagonist going in search of their fortune, and since fortune is never found at home, the Protagonist goes to search for it somewhere over the rainbow. - http://www.tennscreen.com/plots.htm