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How to make a minecraft story

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Caleb Moore avatar Caleb Moore
Level 9 : Apprentice Crafter
OK so I am going to show you what I learned so far in writing a book/story

1. Tile
OK so never ever name a title first here is the reason :
OK I named a book "a Creepers life" So I made have of it about a creeper then the other have about a cow but wait a second its called "a Creepers life" So what you need to do is write the book then the tile so for this book you would call it "Tales Of Mobs".

2. Characters
A book is no book with no characters . Never make two characters the same unless its a clone of the character and here is why : OK I have one character named Jim the other Zack and when something happens they say the same thing like " What the crap" or "hello"(error) never make a character talk like another character(unless its a clone or is being a copycat) So here is the correct way for Jim let's make him say in replace of " What the crap" let's make of "Really!!!" And for "hello" let's make it "yo". Now for zalk let's just make him say " What the crap!". And "hello". There they are both now special in there own way .

3. Character info
So ever Character need a back story and more so for Jim I would say Tue back story Is "Jim a little but of a punk is a farmer". But wait something is missing what does he look like , You want your reader to fill like they are there in the moment so let's say "Eye color : blue . hair color : red . Body size : fat(he he)" so now your reader can fill a little closer to the book now for Zack his back story is "Zack once was a worrier but was to much of a baby and quit and is now just a mail man(that sounds like a boring job ;) )" now for the other part "eye color : purple , hair color : blue , very small(like a dwarf ;) )" So now your reader can be closer even more to your book

4. Hooks
So you want your book to be interesting and to pull the reader in well thats what hooks are for so here is some examples : 1. "Will she/he make it?". Now I think a reader would real want to find out! 2. " Will she/he ever get the person she/he loves?". now those are short ways to show it now the last and the best I made a chapter for number three! 3.

Vepar had finely found out who know were the ender chest with the ender deagon egg was . He teleport right then in front of the man , then grabbing him by the neck .
Vepar then asked "Were is it!!!. Were is The ender chest".
The man answered " it's at the town called-". Right then a arrow went in his chest right at the heart .
Jim the man how just killed him then said "Ha you'll never know were it's at". He then started to running away from him . Vepar then teleport right in front of him grabbing him the same way and asked him the same thing . The man then looked up into his eyes and said
5. Types of books/story's :
There are several different types of stories. Comedy, random, sad, adventure, tragedy, romance, dark, grimdark, crossover, slice of life, and alternate universe. I'm sure you know about comedies and sad stories, but let's expand on the other types. Grimdark would be gore, and are not for younger audiences. Crossovers are when your story has something from a book, TV show, or video game in it. Take The gameknight999 books for example. That story crosses over the video game Portal . alternate universe stories are stories that take place in a universe exactly like whatever you are writing about, but are slightly different. Like instead of Humans, the planet might be run by apes. These genres are what you will tag your story with. But there are certain tags that don't go together. For example, you can't tag a story as comedy and sad at the same time. A story might have some comedy in it, but it is mostly sad, so you would not have a comedy tag.

6. Drafts :
There are three stages on making a book the first is rough draft , the second is clean up draft , and The last is deep Polishing draft
7. Locations :
OK locations in your book are places there so let's say Jim or Zack went to one location and its a town and its called Survival so when here gets there what you should do is describe the town(not too much!) And the biome its in(same with the town) . This should make the reader able to fill a little closer to your book
8. Location Biomes :
A biome would be : a hill land, desert , ect .
If you do not describe the biome your character is in the readers of your book may not like it that much . Now I know writing is hard I sometimes get stuck in writing .

9. Empathy :

Empathy is one of the most powerful tools available to a storyteller. Whether you are writing a novel, nonfiction, a screenplay, or even an ad campaign, empathy can draw your audience into the story and, by the end, inspire them as well. This is the heart and soul of a powerful story.

I will provide you with three integral pieces of story structure that you can use to create empathy in your story: creating a relatable protagonist, developing empathetic conflict, and delivering a shred of hope in an otherwise hopeless situation.

1. Create a relatable protagonist

Anyone, or indeed anything, can be a protagonist. That’s the beauty of modern storytelling. If Pixar has taught us anything, it’s that you can take a child’s toy, a clown fish, a basic emotion, a tow truck, an umbrella, or even the monster living beneath your child’s bed and make it a relatable protagonist.

Relatability is the key attribute of your protagonist. It doesn’t matter if he/she is human, inanimate, selfish, kind, or scary; if you can make a protagonist relatable, you invite your audience into a deeper connection with your story.

One of the most effective ways to build relatability is to give your protagonist a dream or ambition—something that will lead to perfect happiness. Everyone has a dream, and your audience can relate to having a dream or ambition. Depending on the maturity level of your audience you could keep it simple—being with the one you love—or make it more complex—bringing the joy of music to an orphanage of starving children in Africa.

2. Develop empathetic conflict

Making your protagonist relatable is the first step to building empathy. The second step is giving your protagonist empathetic conflict.

This is different than simply providing conflict. Anyone can create conflict. Left to their own devices, humans will eventually create conflict. Conflict on its own is neither inspirational nor empathetic.

The best way to create empathetic conflict is to return to the protagonist’s dream and ambition. Since this is what your audience will find most relatable, it is also the most efficient way to tug at their heartstrings. Bring the dream/ambition into reach; give your protagonist—and your audience—hope that it can be attained. And then snatch it away.

We can all relate to the lost dream. After all, who among us hasn’t had their own dream stolen by the harsh reality of life? Your audience can feel the pain of a lost dream because they have experienced it. You have created empathy.

3. Deliver a shred of hope

You could leave your story here. Some of the greatest stories of all time end in this fashion: Romeo and Juliet, The Fault in Our Stars, and Titanic, just to name a few(never read them) Such tales can have inspirational elements, but is that enough?

Stories are like magic: you can make something disappear and your audience will be shocked and surprised, but make it reappear and they will be astounded and inspired.

he final step to inspiration through empathy is to bring back hope when everything seems hopeless. It’s the classic underdog story: the underdog has a dream, the dream appears within reach, an unforeseen outside force pushes the dream out of reach, the underdog gives it one last try, the dream is achieved.
Whatever you do, don’t make it easy for your protagonist. Your audience can’t relate to an easy life; they won’t feel empathy for someone who has it easy. The more difficult the journey, the more empathetic your audience will be, and the more inspiring your story will become.
“Empathy Leaves Lasting Impressions
Developing an empathetic connection between your audience and your protagonist will go a long way not only in the development of your story, but also in leaving a lasting impression. By creating a relatable protagonist, developing empathetic conflict, and delivering a shred of hope in a hopeless situation, you can turn your manuscript into an inspirational masterpiece.
10. Make book good! :
OK so how to make your book good never make your characters win everytime . Make sure to give the characters weaknesses like let's say one is a coward that could be one . Now last not not least show the character over come a weaknesses and show that the world goes back to normal

OK so that's all for now I will be adding more soon i have now updated it five times :) if you liked this please go to this website minecraftpemodding.clanwebsite.com and became a member . And like my videos you will find links to them there! Oh and please leave a diamond tutorial number too is out!

Caleb Moore (real life name Caleb Andrew Moore)
Minecraft username : Knight9871

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