The Darkling

He has served countless kings, faked countless deaths, bided his time, waiting for you. This is an incredible line for a prompt.

The frozen lake had finally cracked open after all these frigid years. But it was not this fact which startled me. Rather it was the single trail of footsteps that lead out.

Trail of footsteps.

Prompts -- The frozen Lake had finally cracked open after all these frigid years. But it was not this fact which startled me. Rather it was the single trail of footsteps that lead out.

What if the story starts with this? No one was sorry to see him die, except me.

They've come to see him as an insufferable, arrogant braggart, but to me he was still the sweet boy I loved.

"How did you get a demon to sell his soul to you?" She asked. "Because I'm really charming and good with words." I smile. "No he just found a really desperately hungry demon and traded a sandwich for a soul. One in which he has no use for anyway." He shook his head at me. "Whatever! He's come in handy a lot of times and you know that! Plus he's just a good friend." I muttered

Tricked the devil.

Andy and Gratia talking. "The nuns say she sold her soul to the devil - well, their devil, years ago." Charlie, leaning in the doorway. "The nuns are full of shit. I would never sell my soul to the devil, he would sell his soul to me.

Damn. Every single one of these describes me in some way.

Write your characters with conflicting traits. Conflicting traits make characters more interesting and realistic

dialogue prompt-- someone might have a scary habit if this is a reoccurring thing. Like, we have problems...

dialogue prompt-- someone might have a scary habit if this is a reoccurring thing. Like, we have problems. Totally going to make one with this problem, even if it's just to have as backup.

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