CharactersSoldier Farmer Giant Dwarf Little boy Cow Chatterbox Crowd Peasant Woman Fairy Cook Servant Children Huntsman Ghost Postman Monster Sailor Scholar Oldest Girl Mother Shepherd Crew Father Witch Policemwoman Guest Savages Elf Daughter Elephant King Cannibals Tyrant Small Girl Puppy Coward Scientist Astronaut Friend Monkey Champion Prince Composer Ant Robot Ogre Soldier Inventor Dolphin Spaceman Stepmother Old Woman Professor Butterfly
Traitsastonished impudent famous tall ancient beautiful remarkable dumb grumbling bad tempered elegant idiot mean terrible irritating jolly rude ungrateful complicated jealous charming lonely clever devilish precious faithful amusing sad ill mannered naughty devoted happy miserable wicked delighted stingy strange greedy successful foolish
LocationAfrica garden market place at the zoo at a movie Scotland Rome in a car Europe crate moon on a train New England prison dungeon on a horse castle passageway underground under the sea mountain top doorway submarine on top of a table restaurant in the street river desert Mars in a tent under the bed kingdom deserted island village on the playground space station secret room in school at the beach
ProblemsWind was cold lived all alone wanted to go home not able to eat shipwrecked has no shoes frightened daydreaming had a flat tire misunderstood terrified the hard way invaded by nobody knew saw strange footprints defeated spilled it made a mistake Help! Save him! Had to walk a mile couldn't understand trembling with fear poor report card lost all the money couldn't make friends got caught shoplifting swallowed a whale didn't know the answer had to do all the work frozen through and through These are just a few starter ideas out of millions of billions of combinations of characters, traits, locations and problems that you can write about.
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