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Old 12-09-2012, 10:39 AM   #4
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Dialogue doesn't exist in a vacuum. There are other cues that add tension or other emotional context. If the dominant character tells the submissive one to be still and the submissive character moves around or if they are supposed to be quiet and find themselves humming for example and then the dominant one takes some action or speaks harshly to the other character and back and forth etc. Or maybe something about the setting interacts with the character. They have to be still but it's hot outside or their foot is going to sleep etc.
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