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Types of Arcs

Comedy
Comedy

One of the three primary Negative Change Arcs is the Disillusionment Arc, which is essentially the same as the Positive Change Arc, except that the Truth is… disillusioning. The difference depends entirely on how the protagonist reacts in the end.

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Overcoming the Monster
Overcoming the Monster

The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories is a 2004 book by Christopher Booker, a Jungian-influenced analysis of stories and their psychological meaning. Booker worked on the book for 34 years.

Rags to Riches
Rags to Riches

In a rags-to-riches story, it is often the literal case of money flowing into hands that makes the story. Yet, many other variations exist. In love stories, the riches are love. Twilight is a rags-to-riches tale. Bella wins love. Edward too. And after a century of waiting, that feels especially satisfying.

Rebirth
Rebirth

The Flash: Rebirth focuses on the return of Barry Allen to the DC Universe.

The Quest
The Quest

Arc Quests. From iRO Wiki. ... To check the details of the quest, see Quest list: This article or section needs to be updated. Note: Arcs reflect what is currently ...

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Tragedy
Tragedy

The 3 Types of Character Arc : Change, Growth, and Fall – The best novels all feature dynamic characters whos lives are constantly changing, even if only […] Reply Character development vs character arc | Writers In Training says:

Voyage and Return
Voyage and Return

The Voyage and Return is very common in children’s literature because it generally involves a journey to a magical land that pops up out of nowhere. The magic element is pretty sunny and light to start with, and then the darkness shows up for the hero to conquer.

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