In writing fiction, conflict is an absolutely necessary ingredient. No one wants to read a story about two people getting along perfectly. One of my professors at Duke University, David Ball, wrote a writing guide called Backwards and Forwards that talks about the use of conflict in propelling your story forward. When writing books or plays, each conflict should contain a resolution that launches you into the next conflict, whether chapter by chapter or scene by scene. This continues until the climax and the final resolution.
According to Dictionary.com, "antagonistic" means:
1. acting in opposition; opposing, especially mutually.
2. hostile; unfriendly.
Having someone who is antagonistic in your story guarantees you conflict.
For today's prompt, write a 100 word story that contains conflict and uses the word "antagonistic" in it somewhere.
Send all entries to email@example.com. Deadline for entries in Wednesday, March 28th.