In Fight Scenes that Resonate I break down a half-dozen basic considerations for scripting effective fight scenes.
Welcome to the Pro class where we go “a bit” further and break down, the ultimate fight (or battle) scene. In truth, it would be more accurate to call it the complete fight scene or narrative fight mechanics–I took a little creative liberty with the title.
Every fight scene can be measured on a scale, with one end delivering a complete, engaging narrative and the other delivering and incomplete or non-existant narrative.
Below are the narrative fight mechanics for a complete fight scene. I recommend building out as much as you can into the main fight of your issue. Though in a perfect world, you will also apply as much as you can to each and every fight in the story (discussed more shortly).
First, let’s define what a fight (or battle) is.
Fight: A violent struggle involving the exchange of physical blows or the use of weapons.
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