Thursday, April 24, 2014

A to Z: U



The A to Z Challenge is underway this year, thanks to the awesome hosts and minions. Special thanks to Arlee Bird for starting this amazing blogging challenge!!! For more information about this challenge, go to the website!

Primary theme: World of Aramatir (Setting for The Champion Trilogy) Glossary
Secondary Theme: World-Building Questions and Thoughts

U

Uorsin  - Lord of Rrysorria, ambassador to the Allied Council

World Building Thought/Question: What is the unavoidable conflict in your world/story/character's life?

13 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That none of us can go it alone.

randi lee said...

That if he's going to protect those he loves, he can't sit back and be apathetic anymore.

Maurice Mitchell said...

Just keep swimming

Tyrean Martinson said...

So true - love that this was your theme/conflict!

Tyrean Martinson said...

Great conflict, Randi!

Tyrean Martinson said...

Dory!!!

Brandon Ax said...

Finding where you fit in the world. What is your worth?

Brandon Ax: Writer's Storm

S.K. Anthony said...

I like this one! I'd like to steal it from him and use it as mine. Can I do that? lol

thewayofwytch said...

That some secrets are better left hidden!

cleemckenzie said...

So tell me the truth. Did you name your characters just so you'd have your A to Z ready? :-) For one of my books the unavoidable conflict is struggling to break down prejudice and accept what is different as just that and not inferior.

Tyrean Martinson said...

Well, Uorsin was a bit of a late add . . . :) and he doesn't have that big of a role. The rest were there actually - which is kind of scary, but what gave me the idea for A to Z. Except for X . . . I had to get creative for X.

Tyrean Martinson said...

I agree - Brandon has a great conflict! And yes, I think you can, SK!

Heather Holden said...

The unavoidable conflict in my current webcomic is...Greek gods. Yeah, this answer isn't as profound as others here, but seeing how they like to curse my characters and whatnot, I think it's still relevant. ;)