Dystopian Society

Dystopian Society
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  • Exposition
  • Tony really got Hollowed huh?
  • I know it's unfair, but that's how it is. You know that.
  • Rising Action #1
  • How to Write A Persuasive Speech.
  • Rising Action #2
  • I must say this speech. I need to find my way around Vormir.
  • Miles and Gwen are in his room, playing Cards. It's February 13, and Vormir is very gloomy. Miles got the newspaper and found out Tony had been Hollowed for communicating with Outsiders and charged with "Planned Escape."
  • Climax
  • I followed you over here so now I'm going to help!
  • Miles goes to the library and starts researching the format of a speech, and ways to be more persuasive in one. He decides he's going to write a speech for the Other Side about how unfair Vormir is.
  • Falling Action
  • This isn't right in anyway. This needs to change NOW! Listen to me...
  • Miles starts has already written his speech. He found a map in the pages of a book in the library. It has the blueprints of Vormir. Miles decides he's going to sneak over to the other side, and somehow get the Casts attention so they'll listen to his speech. 
  • Theme
  • I now proclaim Vormir as a whole island. It will no longer be split into two sections. Everyone will live together! 
  • Miles dug a type of tunnel underground. He was going to get to The Other Side by going through the path. Suddenly, Gwen appears and say's she's going to help him. They get out safely, and they hide out until many Casts are out and the can get their attention. 
  • What are you doing here?! This isn't safe Gwen. 
  • Many Casts are beginning to awake, so Miles decides it's time. Gwen gets everyone's attention by throwing pebbles everywhere, but she doesn't even get caught. Miles begins explaining how their society is extremely cruel and unjust. Miles was then arrested, and Hollowed. Years passed, and many changes have happened because of Miles speech and braveness.
  • What is he doing??
  • The theme is to always fight for a change if you feel something is wrong. 
  • Don't forget that it's all thanks to Miles!
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