backstory

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  • Info A backstory, background story, back-story or background is a set of events invented for a plot, presented as preceding and leading up to that plot. more...
  • However, their backstory remains subject to change until written down in the story.
  • Much of their music since that time has been based around this fictional backstory.
  • Although based on the same book, each has a different backstory.
  • In a shared universe more than one author may shape the same backstory.
  • The show provided some backstory for the films, as well as new information regarding the character.
  • This link was later established within the series to quickly provide backstory within the limited eight-page structure.
  • Beyond this, no backstory or actual origin is provided within the series.
  • He had also by that point developed an elaborate backstory to aid his writing process.
  • She is often described as mysterious, especially since much of her backstory is yet to be revealed.
  • Journal pages also provide further backstory into the events of the game.
  • There was just something about not knowing the backstory of an artist until you heard them sing.
  • The player will often come across old documents that provide backstory and context to the player.
  • In writing the episode, the writers had to take a lot of backstory into account.
  • He had also developed an elaborate backstory to aid his writing process.
  • Along the way, parts of a backstory are revealed through a narrative voice.
  • However they did not start anything again, James said she understood why because of their complicated backstory.
  • Some critics also took note of his undisclosed backstory in the original game.
  • He serves as comic relief as well as providing a significant section of backstory.
  • This was a much shorter version of the original leaving out much of the backstory and character development.
  • This was a much shorter version of the original leaving out much of the backstory.
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