Conflict is an essential element of any story, as it creates suspense and excitement and engages the audience.
Conflict can take many forms, and the new infographic from The Learning Exchange blog lists the most common types:
Character vs. Self – Internal struggle within the protagonist
Character vs. Character – Conflict between two or more characters
Character vs. Nature – Conflict between protagonist and nature or elements of the environment
Character vs. Society – Conflict between protagonist and a larger societal system
Character vs. Supernatural – Conflict between protagonist and fate, destiny, or divine forces.
Character vs. Technology – Conflict between protagonist and technology or machines
The Learning Exchange is a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to empowering communities in need through improved literacy.
What type of conflict are you most likely to use in your stories?