Basics of Setting

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I) Get an idea

Develop an idea that the story will aim to express. Before any setting can be explored and expanded on, an idea must first be expressed in a medium. Think of a setting like a sandbox, and the events which occur in a story as the actual sandcastle you aim to build. There are tools to build a story called scenes and literary devices. Once a story is complete, it can be seen something like a castle made of the sand…

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