Hi there, new guy here with a question.
My question is, not really sure how to describe this...
I am having trouble with format. I am writing the "storyline" from a bunch of people's viewpoints and am confused on how to do this so it is fluent and not confusing.
What I have been doing so far now; I write what is going on from one character and then go back and write what the other characters are doing or seeing and/or thinking. It seems to end up with a lot of repetition where I describe the same incident two or three times with a few differences..
Not sure how I should handle this....
The reason I decided to go with the characters I had made up for various RPG games, is because I basically "knew" them and their backstory. That way it was easy to just try and develop a story around them instead of having to try and come up with totally new people...
Anyway thanks again..
Another way of doing it is having say two characters and then a meeting point where the story meets the two view points and continues it all as a whole. As in character A is going about their quest, journey within the setting and that is one chapter. Whilst character A is doing that character B will take place in the second chapter or second part of CH1 and it will outline what they did whilst A did their thing and then the meeting point is then joining back together to continue the quest/journey together.
That is a very rough response and I hope it make sense. Feel free to message me if you need anymore help. Have played many RPG games myself, so will try and assist where I can.
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