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Storylines We Hate

Misunderstandings is something I despise. 
However, upon reflection, it is because they are often used to stop the advancement of the story in its tracks and just spin its wheels in place. And if those "misunderstanding" people just sat down and talked to each other then the story would be instantly over.

On the other hand, when handled properly, misunderstanding can propel a story forward in incredibly interesting ways. Unfortunately, it is incredibly rare. Or maybe the bad examples are just much more egregious and thus more memorable.
No longer a flash Story - A Maiden and a Dragon (tho chapter one was one)


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