marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

things happen here

At this point in the story, things happen.

As consequence of which, a character is known as a brave and dangerous knight, and a second character falls out of love with a third character and in love with him -- much against her will.

But that doesn't exactly say what happens.

And it certainly doesn't say what proportion of it should be depicted, and what summarized, or how long it should take.

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