This week, Chuck Wendig wants fuel for his flash fiction fires. It just so happens that I’d already been thinking of ways to use my foray into random D&D material for the purposes of flash fiction, so I came to this topic with an idea more-or-less prepared. Some modification may be necessary.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to use this Random Adventure Generator to create your prompt. You may use as much of it as you like, but you must at least use the Theme, the Story Hook, and the Climax. Write your story in 2000 words or less.
Also, I should mention: I’m going to be incommunicado for the rest of the week, and will thus miss my normal second post! It’s time for me to live in a tent and do larp-camp staff training again. If you’re anywhere near upstate New York, you should consider sending your children or your friends’ children to The Wayfinder Experience. It’s good stuff.