So I reached 100 Purpldragon writing prompts. Part way through posting them daily I changed the name of my blog to Dragonition. I thought 100 was a good point to stop the Purpldragon prompts and switch to Dragonition Prompts. I will start from 1 again and I will try not to repeat anything. Also I am going to try to make my Purpldragon Writing Prompts Page more user friendly at the moment it is a list and it is not particularly helpful in my opinion.
Writing Prompt #100: There was only one other persom in the prison who knew who he really was but he wasn’t sure he could trust them.
Writing Prompt #99: It shouldn’t have worked but somehow it did.
Writing Prompt #98: It didn’t matter if he was really psychic, he got results.
Writing Prompt #97: He knew exactly the right things to say so they would let him in.
Writing Prompt #96: She knew that if she didn’t get out now and go for help her sister would die.
Writing Prompt #95: She had forgotten a long time ago that he wasn’t her real father and that he had kiddnapped her.
Writing Prompt #94: He made sure to do everyone a favour so he could hold it over them later.
Writing Prompt #93: He didn’t mean to run into the ladder and leave his father hanging by his arms from the windowsill.
Writing Prompt #92: One mistake lead to another and another until he was completely lost.
Writing Prompt #91: It was bad enough that he was sleeping with someone new but that someone being her best friend made it so much worse.
Writing Prompt #90: Even after everything he’d seen he couldn’t believe the carpet could actually fly.
Writing Prompt #89: He knew he shouldn’t fall in love with the princess, he was just a farmer’s orphan.
Writing Prompt #88: She didn’t realise that you didn’t have to be boring to get things done.
Writing Prompt #87: They promised they would always find each other no matter how long it took.
Writing Prompt #86: He should have trusted his insticts, he’d sensed the trap but had not wanted to look scared in front of his men.
Writing Prompt #85: He could not count the number of times she’d saved his life over the years.
Writing Prompt #84: He should never have killed such a magnificent creature.
Writing Prompt #83: He had no idea how she convinced him to marry her but he was glad they’d stopped him.
Writing Prompt #82: She thought she wanted to kill him but instead found herself saving his life.
Writing Prompt #81: Chaining her in the dungeon was not going to teach her to respect his orders, it would only teach her to find more subtle ways to defy him.
Writing Prompt #80: They were more than just friends they were willing to sacrifice themselves for each other.
Writing Prompt #79: Dragons were always talking in riddles, they knew far more than they let on.
Writing Prompt #78: He could be a bit of a bully and a pain but his servant knew there was far more to him than he let on, he did care about people.
Writing Prompt #77: She still didn’t know that the dreams she was having could predict the future.
Writing Prompt #76: His magic was so strong it was hard to hide but he had to in a land where the punishment for using magic was death.
Writing Prompt #75: Knowing someone’s true name can be a powerful thing.
Writing Prompt #74: The thornbush tore into his eyes blinging him but he didn’t let that stop him.
Writing Prompt #73: There was something wrong with the bed, she just couldn’t seem to get comfortable.
Writing Prompt #72: He couldn’t lie, that was the price he paid.
Writing Prompt #71: No one was brave enough to tell him he’d been made a fool of.
Writing Prompt #70: She thought she wouldn’t seem cool if people knew how common her real name was.
Writing Prompt #69: He tried so hard to be ordinary because he didn’t realise how important the things that made him different were.
Writing Prompt #68: She knew that the best hiding places were where no one else would want to hide.
Writing Prompt #67: Everyone was always asking her to run errands for them.
Writing Prompt #66: Everyone was so convinced she did it, she started to believe it herself.
Writing Prompt #65: She loved him so unconditionally that not even being locked away in prison could keep her away from him.
Writing Prompt #64: She had no idea what he’d been through until she saw the video.
Writing Prompt #63: He was going into prison undercover to find a corrupt guard.
Writing Prompt #62: They didn’t realise until days later that they had picked the wrong house to rob.
Writing Prompt #61: He wasn’t going to let the bounty on his head get in the way of his work.
Writing Prompt #60: She had been assigned a new partner yet again and he wasn’t trying to hide his disgust at having a female partner.
Writing Prompt #59: There was something about fires that made him really excited, he loved the smell, the sound and the chaos but there was something else too that he couldn’t put his finger on.
Writing Prompt #58: When she tried to run the collar aroung her neck jerked her back, she grabbed the chain and yanked on it angrily.
Writing Prompt #57: He could make anyone follow him anywhere.
Writing Prompt #56: She leant over the pond trying to see where her ball had landed.
Writing Prompt #55: She tried to run away from the danger but that was impossible when she was the biggest danger to herself.
Writing Prompt #54: Everyone was scared of dragons but he wasn’t, they were his friends.
Writing Prompt #53: Ho once wished he could fly, now he just wanted to have his feet back on the ground.
Writing Prompt #52: When she cried it rained and when she lost her temper storms raged, so she had to carefully control her emotions.