Back-Story Challenge, steelblue We all like to come up with back-stories for our characters, but keeping those back-stories short with only relevant information can sometimes be difficult. This challenge is designed to help cut out unneeded details, the details that should be saved to be revealed IC. :) Take Cinderella for example. We don’t need to know every unkind word her stepsisters said to her, or exactly what her father’s death scene looked like. The important events of her back-story are the fact that her father married an unkind woman with two daughters of her own, and he then passed away leaving Cinderella to become a servant in their care. The purpose of this challenge is to come up with a back-story for the image provided, one that contains important information without becoming a wall of text. To participate: I will give you an image of a place, a person, or an object. You write up a back-story for that image using no more than three significant events that may have happened. Remember, You are writing the back-story, or what you would put in the history section of a character sheet, not a scene! Here is your Image :) What is the back-story for The balloon man? Some helpful things to think about - What is his job? Who does he work for? What significant events shaped his life?