The Talisman

The Talisman
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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident 
  • Rising Action
  • Long ago, in 1890, a boy named Joseph Pierre lived with his father George. His mother passed away when he was very young, and his father was a very successful and wealthy business man. Reed MacTavish was the son of one of George's best employees, and Reed came to live with the Pierres after both of his parents were suddenly murdered. Reed was cruel to Joseph, but Joseph welcomed him into his life.
  • Climax
  • Seven years had passed after Reed came to live with the Pierres. On his usual walk home from school, Reed came across a glowing red Talisman that granted him a Soul Element. This ability gave him control over an elemental dragon, born from the energy of his soul. Reed, fueled by his new power and anger toward the world, began wreaking havoc across the town. He set buildings on fire and tormented civilians.
  • Falling Action 
  • Joseph soon heard the news about Reed, and set off to find and stop him. Before he could find Reed, Joseph found the Talisman laying on the ground, and he was granted his own Soul Element. Joseph found Reed at his manor, but he was too late to stop him from murdering his father. Joseph cried out, "Reed, you villain! I shall end you this day!". Reed replied, saying "This world is mine, Joseph!" The two then engaged in bloody battle.
  • Resolution 
  • The fight between Joseph and Reed was harrowing and fearsome. In a stunning showcase of fortitude, Joseph, fueled by the loss of his father, used all of his strength to land a finishing blow on Reed. As Reed lay dying, Joseph comforted him in his final moments. Though Reed had become a monster, Joseph still saw him as a brother, and his death pained him. Reed, he thought. Why...
  • The following morning, Joseph buried his father behind his manor. Joseph reflected upon his father growing up, and thanked him for preparing him for the world. He taught Joseph what it meant to be a true gentleman, and the importance of honor. Thank you father, he thought to himself. For everything.
  • Here LiesGeorge Pierre
  • In his father's honor, Joseph mastered his Soul Element and continued to fight evil and villainy for the rest of his life. He passed on his gift to his descendants, and taught them how to use their Soul Elements. The Pierre family lineage would fight treachery and evil for generations to come.
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