Create Story Conflicts
Are you struggling to come up with a conflict for your writing project? Conflict is essential to any story and can help to make it more engaging and exciting. Fortunately, the process of generating a conflict doesn't have to be difficult. Using this tool, you can create an exciting conflict that will drive your narrative forward.
About the Conflict Generator
Story Conflict ExamplesHere is an example of what our tool can do!
We typed:A mother, daughter, and moneyHere is what our tool generated:
Carla had always been close with her mother, but things had been tense between them lately. Carla had recently lost her job and was struggling to pay her bills. On the other hand, her mother had always been well-off and never had to worry about money.
One day, Carla's mother offered to lend her some money to help her out. At first, Carla was grateful for the offer, but as the conversation continued, she realized that her mother had a lot of strings attached to the loan. Her mother wanted to have control over how Carla spent the money, and she wanted to make sure Carla paid her back in total, with interest.
Carla felt insulted and hurt by her mother's lack of trust and control over her finances. She felt like her mother was treating her like a child and didn't respect her ability to make her own financial decisions. The more they talked, the more heated the argument became.
In the end, Carla declined her mother's offer and found another way to make ends meet. She knew it would be a struggle but also knew she couldn't let her mother's controlling behavior dictate her life.
We typed:A worker and bossHere is what our tool generated:
John was a hard worker and had been with the company for years. He had always been a loyal employee and had never had any problems with his boss, until now.
One day, John's boss called him into his office and told him that he was being let go. John was shocked and asked why. His boss said that the company was downsizing and they needed to cut costs. John was devastated and felt betrayed by his boss.
John tried to reason with his boss and asked if there was anything he could do to keep his job. His boss said no and told him to pack up his things and leave immediately.
John was angry and hurt by his boss's decision. He felt like he had been treated unfairly and didn't deserve to be fired. He also felt like his boss didn't appreciate all the hard work he had put in over the years.
In the end, John decided to take legal action against his boss for wrongful termination. He knew it would be a long and difficult process, but he was determined to fight for what he believed was right.
The protagonist is fed up with their boss belittling them. Especially in front of their colleagues, so they confront them in a heated argument.
The protagonist is facing a difficult decision. He can't stop worrying about the potential consequences of their actions.
The protagonist has lost their job. She is struggling to make ends meet. This leads to her resorting to desperate measures to pay her bills.
The protagonist has been through a long and difficult battle. He ultimately loses and is left feeling defeated.
The protagonist is determined to succeed and will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. Even if it means taking risks, the obsession persists.
The protagonist is stuck in a dead-end job. He feels like they are not making any progress in their career. This causes intense frustration.
The protagonist has faced many setbacks. She still holds onto hope that things will get better in the future.
The protagonist is angry over an injustice they witness. He takes action to set things right.
The protagonist is mourning the loss of a loved one. He struggles to find meaning in their life without them.
The protagonist has come to accept their fate. He prepares to face whatever comes their way. Even if it means sacrificing their own happiness.
Helps writers overcome writer's block
The conflict generator provides you with a variety of conflict scenarios. This helps to overcome writer's block.
Can spark creativity by presenting you with unique and unexpected conflict scenarios. Ones that they may not have thought of on their own.
The conflict generator can save you time by providing conflict scenarios. Ones you can use as a starting point for you writing. This is a lot faster than spending hours brainstorming ideas.
Provides you with structure by giving a clear conflict to build their story around.
Can increase productivity by streamlining the idea generation process. This allows you to focus on the writing itself.
Provides conflict scenarios that add depth and complexity to the characters and plot.
Improves writing skills
Can improve your writing skills by challenging you. Learn to write about different types of conflicts. This can help you develop your writing style.
The conflict generator encourages you to experiment with different types of conflicts. Using different writing styles, can lead to new and exciting writing projects.
The conflict generator can provide you with inspiration. It will present you with conflict scenarios that can inspire you to write. Topics you may not have considered before.
- Creates tension and suspense in the story.
- Illustrates character development and growth.
- Reveals underlying themes and messages.
- Highlight the importance of choices and consequences.
- Provides a catalyst for plot progression.
- Showcase different perspectives and worldviews.
- Explores complex relationships between characters.
- Offer a sense of realism and authenticity to the story.
- Provides opportunities for resolution and closure.
- Engages and captivates the reader.
Here are some suggestions you can try in the tool.
- Athletes on a sports team
- Best friends at a concert
- Co-workers at a company retreat
- Coach and athlete at a gym
- Couples on a romantic getaway
- Doctor and patient in a hospital
- Friends at a coffee shop
- Grandparents and grandchildren at a park
- Husband and wife at a restaurant
- Mother and daughter at the beach
- Musicians in a band.
- Police officer and citizen on a street corner
- Siblings at a carnival
- Siblings at a family reunion
- Teacher and student in a classroom
- Tourist and tour guide at a historical site