In this blog post/video, we shall focus on some of death’s consequences; more specifically, on seven unusual consequences following a death scene.
How to create pity for your villain? We shall discuss a further four ways. That way, you can forge a villain that your audience can empathise or sympathise with, or even like.
Jaime is taken captive after the Burning of the Loot train and asks his captor: “What Better Way To Show Your Loyalty Than by Approving My Execution?”
Ser Jaime and Jorah Mormont face off one another in the final at the Tourney of Lannisport.
In this piece, we discuss the first four of the eight best tips on how to create a compelling villain or antagonist. Because every great story needs one!
Jaime visits Tyrion in the cell before the Trial by Combat.