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I am getting close to finishing the script of my first story, and my process went like this.
- Write the endings
- Write the beginning
- Add major scenes
- Connect with minor scenes
- Add detail as I go
- Revise, revise, revise...
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That said, you might also give The Guide a look too. It's not like Twine with its story structuring, rather, it allows you to make your own personal wikis however you like, and it's a tool I've found invaluable since I first discovered it. It's fairly straightforward, and it could even be used in addition to Twine for other or similar purposes, so you might consider checking both out.
Good luck to you!
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I'm still torn on whether it's more sensible to write the entirety of your script directly in editra, or if the benefits of writing in a word program and dealing with the scripting separately, or even of writing the first draft on paper and doing a second pass when transferring it into the game script are worth the extra time and effort.
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