The Importance Of The Story Continuum
Oct 14th, 2015
New in the Narrative First Vault, an interesting post from 2008 about a story point I rarely think about: the Story Continuum. Often treated as an afterthought (Is there a deadline? No? Then it must be an "Optionlock") the Story Continuum serves an important and essential function in a complete story. It defines the relationship between time and space, and the mind's perception of linearity and relativity.
Read The Distance to Write a Meaningful Story to learn more.
Note: The Story Continuum replaces the original Dramatica Story Dynamic of the Story Limit. Read more about Time and Space in Dramatica: Rewriting the Story Limit.