TheFanficSlayer

I need help. So I’ve heard of the different plot development points like exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. But I need some help with organizing them out and knowing what they mean.. I just need someone to explain all of this to me and what order they should go in. I'm a slow learner and had difficulty focusing in school so  I'm not really sure of all the details. 

-Happy_Vampire-

Mk hon I got you. The exposition takes place at the beginning of the story. It’s supposed to establish the setting and introduce the characters. Think about watching an anime or tv show. The exposition is usually set up in the first one or two episodes. Next comes the rising action. It should be the longest part of the story. It should contain everything in the story and should build up to the climax. I’d say from like the second or third episode to the final battle is all rising action. Then comes the climax. The climax is the final battle that everything up to that point has been building up to. This is usually really intense and kinda gets my blood pumping. The climax usually takes place in like the second to last or even the very last episode. The falling action comes right after the climax. It should tie up any loose ends in the story and lead it to a closure. Then directly after that is the resolution. The resolution is at the very end of the story. It’s supposed to tie it up in a nice little bow for the readers. However, if you want to lead into a sequel and you feel like being evil, you can make it look like a nice little “the end” and then cut to the bad guys of the story plotting their next evil scheme. It’s kinda like when a series ends on a cliffhanger and you just know there’s gotta be another coming out. So that’s about it. I hope this helps. I’ll keep an eye out to see if you need anything else. If you want to, pm me and I’d be happy to explain something or help out. 
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TheFanficSlayer

I need help. So I’ve heard of the different plot development points like exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. But I need some help with organizing them out and knowing what they mean.. I just need someone to explain all of this to me and what order they should go in. I'm a slow learner and had difficulty focusing in school so  I'm not really sure of all the details. 

-Happy_Vampire-

Mk hon I got you. The exposition takes place at the beginning of the story. It’s supposed to establish the setting and introduce the characters. Think about watching an anime or tv show. The exposition is usually set up in the first one or two episodes. Next comes the rising action. It should be the longest part of the story. It should contain everything in the story and should build up to the climax. I’d say from like the second or third episode to the final battle is all rising action. Then comes the climax. The climax is the final battle that everything up to that point has been building up to. This is usually really intense and kinda gets my blood pumping. The climax usually takes place in like the second to last or even the very last episode. The falling action comes right after the climax. It should tie up any loose ends in the story and lead it to a closure. Then directly after that is the resolution. The resolution is at the very end of the story. It’s supposed to tie it up in a nice little bow for the readers. However, if you want to lead into a sequel and you feel like being evil, you can make it look like a nice little “the end” and then cut to the bad guys of the story plotting their next evil scheme. It’s kinda like when a series ends on a cliffhanger and you just know there’s gotta be another coming out. So that’s about it. I hope this helps. I’ll keep an eye out to see if you need anything else. If you want to, pm me and I’d be happy to explain something or help out. 
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