Random Dramatic Scene Generator

I’m feeling rather proud at the moment. I managed to code a simple webpage that generates a pair of naturally conflicting characters and an action verb which defines their relationship in that scene, in other words a Random Dramatic Scene Generator.

Of course, by “code” I mean I found an already existing webpage that did something similar, copied pieces of that code and modified it to suit my own purposes. ^_^ So, coding in the truly classic sense!

In any case, I made this page for use by my students in my scriptwriting class since they need to do short 5-minute dramatic scenes for one of their assignments, and I wanted a random way to give them a starting point in their scenes. Of course, it can be used by anyone who needs a quick dramatic situation for their stories as well.

Enjoy!

Rob

Pulp Adventure Generator

I stumbled across this the other day, and it’s just too cool not to share!

Grab your 10-sided dice, because someone has turned Lester Dent’s classic Pulp Adventure Writing Formula into a full-on Pulp Adventure Generator for use with any role-playing game or in your own writing.

Pulp Adventure Generator Sample Page

The above is a sample of the 9-page document, which is for sale here for $1.99, but you can find a free preview of the whole thing here. Grab your fedora’s and get to kicking some Nazi butt!

Also, you might find the Random Action Adventure Plot Generator useful if this is your cup of tea.

Rob