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Scenes are "smaller" than events. They always have to happen as if they are literally a scene in a film, with characters and action described like you're watching a scene in a film or reading it in a book. (Notice here that I'm not talking about dictated scenes specifically. The difference between a dictated scene and a normal scene is only how its question ...


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Events say when something happened. 'The ring of Manabur was stolen from the temple of Yolg.' Scenes (narrated or not) can be used to answer questions such as 'who stole it', 'why was it stolen', 'how was it stolen'. Of course some of these could be answered by the event: 'The ring of Manabur was stolen from the temple of Yolg #by Henrick#.' However, this ...



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