Conflicts with Characters

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Almost all good stories need conflict – and not the epic battle-style of conflict. The conflicts that bring characters alive are the smaller conflicts that occur between two people, a small group and the internal conflicts we deal with on a daily basis. Conflict adds an incredible amount of depth to characters. Without conflict, a character falls flat.

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  • Character VS Self
  • Character VS Character
  • Character VS Nature
  • A character vs. self conflict will occur when a character is struggling with themselves on the inside.
  • Character VS Supernatural
  • A struggle between two people is a common element in many works of literature.However, a conflict between two people is not always the same.
  • Character VS Technology
  • When a character must overcome some natural obstacle or condition, a conflict with nature occurs.
  • Character VS Society
  • It means that the main character's battle is against something he cannot control. Such as time or fate, or the gods.
  • Man vs. Technology is a theme in literature that places a character against technology.
  • A struggle against society occurs when a character is at odds with a particular social force or condition produced by society, such as poverty, political revolution, a social convention, or set of values.
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