Plot Structure Storyboard - The Most Dangerous Game - Randy Dang

Plot Structure Storyboard - The Most Dangerous Game - Randy Dang
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  • Plot Structure
  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • The Most Dangerous Game
  • Climax
  • Falling Action
  • Resolution
  • Exposition
  • I think we passed that dreaded Island. Once we arrive in Rio, we should get some good hunting.
  • Hunting is the best sport in the world.
  • Rising Action
  • Hunting has always been my passion. I got bored of hunting animals, so I hunt humans now. Let's hunt--you and I!
  • Land! Finally, land!
  • I finally found a house! Let's see if I can get some food and rest.
  • A pitfall trap is right there... please fall in it!
  • by Randy Dang
  • Climax
  • He must've killed himself.. I won...
  • Whitney and Rainsford are riding a yacht to Rio and are talking about Ship Trap Island - a nearby island with a curious dread to it. After Whitney believes they've passed it, they then talk about the excellent hunting in Rio and how excited they are for it. This begins the story and introduces Rainsford before the conflict is introduced, creating an exposition for this story.
  • Falling Action
  • Swam. I'm still a beast at bay, and you will be fed to the hounds.
  • Rainsford fell off the yacht and swam to a nearby island. After searching, he finally found a house and spoke with General Zaroff for a little while. Zaroff then talked about the fact that he hunts humans due to boredom of animals' lack of reason. He suggests they hunt, and Rainsford develops a pitfall trap for Zaroff. His dog falls into it, and the hunt continues. All of these are events regarding the conflict, building up to the turning point of the story.
  • Resolution
  • At one point, Rainsford jumps into the water and swims to another part of the island. Zaroff, thinking Rainsford killed himself, celebrated. Rainsford is forever changed after this event, and Zaroff believes he is dead, turning the story into another direction.
  • Gotta swim...
  • That night, Rainsford appears in Zaroff's bedroom, scaring Zaroff. He honors the deal they have made, and will be killed and fed to the hounds. This resulted from the climax and will lead to what will become the resolution of the story.
  • How the HECK did you get here?
  • While Zaroff's dead corpse is being consumed by his hungry hounds, Rainsford is sleeping very comfortably on his bed. This marks the end of the story, and the conflict between Zaroff and Rainsford has been resolved. Rest in pieces...
  • Ahhhh.... this is comfy...
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