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Title: The Elements of Fantasy!


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The Elements of Fantasy!
  • An introduction to the fantasy genre

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Here, you will
L
earn to recognize the elements that
make a story a fantasy
Lets go!
3
One ingredient of fantasy is
MAGIC
4
MAGIC
  • Is the power to control the forces of nature

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Other important things youll find in fantasy are
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Imaginary Creatures Any animal that does not
exist in the real world. Here are some common
examples
fairy
dragon
unicorn
troll
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Fantasy always features a conflict between
Evil
Good
and
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How can you tell the difference?
and
Good
Evil
Characters and situations in fantasy are either
good, or they are evil (there is usually no in
between). Evil characters are usually plotting to
bring the good character(s) down in some way.
Look out!
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Good Characters Evil Characters




Ugly with exaggerated features
Young and innocent
Cute / pretty / handsome
Angry mean expressions
Cheerful friendly
Wear dark colors in dark places
Strong, heroic, and dedicated to doing the right
thing
Sly tricky deceitful
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Fantasy stories always have a sense of
destiny
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is something that is certain to happen. This is
sometimes referred to as fate, or something that
is meant to be.
Destiny
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The characters in fantasy usually go on some type
of
13
A
is a journey taken to achieve a specific goal.
It is used in mythology and literature as a plot
device. It requires much travel and allows the
author to showcase the locations of their fantasy
world.
14
Settings in fantasy usually include things from
Medieval times. This includes primitive
technology, and is usually European.
15
Now that you know the elements of fantasy, lets
practice identifying them!
nce upon a time
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Fantasy is fun!
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