Somebody Wanted But So Then is a storytelling framework consisting of four main components: somebody (a main character with a desire), wanted (the character’s goal), but (the obstacle), and so (the character’s action to overcome the obstacle). The framework concludes with “then,” which represents the resolution or outcome of the story.
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- Somebody: In a story, there is a main character or someone who wants something.
- Wanted: The main character has a specific goal or desire that they want to achieve.
- But: However, there is an obstacle or challenge that prevents the main character from easily achieving what they want.
- So: The main character takes action or finds a solution to overcome the obstacle and move closer to achieving their goal.
- Then: As a result of their actions, the main character experiences a resolution or outcome that concludes the story.
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