To create a superior race, an Albino rapes members of his own Black community, then his offspring use White magic to drastically increase their numbers and later summon demons to turn the tides of war.

    Samurai Posted on November 6, 2019 in Historical.


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      The strongest and smartest Black citizens must help end the war between them and an army that follows the legacy of their Albino master, who believed in the creation and supremacy of a White race.

      Samurai Answered on November 6, 2019.
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        Whilst it may be set in the past, I think historical films would be ones which focused on events from mankind’s history. This would fall under fantasy to me.

        What is the event that kicks this story off? Who is the protagonist? What is their goal?

        These three questions are really important to understanding the story. Without these, you simply have a premise. I think the world in which your story is set is an interesting one. Now give us an individual’s story through this war.

        Singularity Answered on November 6, 2019.

        This story mainly follows groups of people of equal importance. The story begins on a battlefield where ten of the strongest Black citizens defend their home from an army of thousands of Mixed-race soldiers. Then after the one surviving Mixed soldier retreats back to base, we meet the new Albino general and then there is a brief flashback explaining the original Albino and how his philosophy grew. The protagonists are the strongest Black man possibly to ever live, DELTHO (who can throw a rock around the world and back to himself), and three of the smartest Black philosophers, URU, DHAKS, and VIKVOT. The goal of these characters is to end the war. Deltho has orders to assassinate the Albino general and massacre the enemy’s home, while the philosophers are tasked with using their wisdom to convince the enemy to change.

        on November 6, 2019.

        I would write the logline from Deltho’s point of view (but I’d potentially just focus on his mission to assassinate the general – not the massacre bit… massacre isn’t particularly heroic).

        on November 6, 2019.

        Assassinations aren’t heroic either in my opinion. That is the point, that wars bring unnecessary violence, and that is why I chose to have the war end by using language to convince the Mixed races to see the error in their ways and hand over the general to the Black soldiers for rehabilitation.

        on November 7, 2019.
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