Work on the melody and chords using the verse and chorus lyric you have, gradually smoothing and changing until you have something you like.
January 4, on 04 Jan at 4: January 4, — Grasping for the Wind on 04 Jan at 5: Please take it into account that this is a very rough draft.
The story is something of a superhero-arthurian-semi religious mix. The hitmen attempt to do so, but fail to kill the main character, Adam, who either kills them or beats them up, not decided.
The villian soon enough after tries to kill him, revealing that he is a necromancer, a person who gains the abilities of a person by killing and performing a ritual on that person and that Adams parents were both killed by the villians father.
I appreciate that I have left some obvious gaps in the plot but, as i said, this is a rough draft. Any thoughts or views on this story are welcome. I have some suggestions. If a character IS major, you need to show that. For example, why mention the dog?
Does he do anything important? Is his relationship with Adam important? If so, show that. I suspect that giving him a concrete goal will raise the stakes. Anything sturdier than revenge? This would give the villain a somewhat more justifiable reason to want revenge because his parents died in the fight, too?
And the villain sounds kind of one-dimensionally evil. Now, Heroes made that quite compelling with Sylar the power-sucking serial killer, but 1 for almost all of the first season, it looked like he had a grand plan to nuke New York and 2 he had a hell of a lot of style and personality.
Are there any relationships worth mentioning in the story?
What about between the hero and his lady friend? I originally planned for Sidney the dog to be a major character in the story but as time went on I gradually relegated him to a minor one.
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