Toy warriors holding arrows in conflict
Robert Wood

What is Conflict in a Story, and Why Should I Care?

To many writers, conflict is the basic unit of story – the thing that turns a series of events into an actual narrative – often more important than setting, characters, and even narrative cohesion. After all, you can lose all of those features of a story and still write something that grips the reader.

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