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'''Pantsing''' (also known as '''winging it''') is the term [[Wrimo]]s use refer to writing without a fixed outline (an outline that the writer will force themselves to follow). A Wrimo who adopts the pantsing approach to writing is called a '''pantser'''.  
 
'''Pantsing''' (also known as '''winging it''') is the term [[Wrimo]]s use refer to writing without a fixed outline (an outline that the writer will force themselves to follow). A Wrimo who adopts the pantsing approach to writing is called a '''pantser'''.  
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While Pantsers are united in not doing a fixed [[outline]], they have varying opinions on whether a lesser degree of planning is good. Because of this, pantsers vary greatly in extremity. The Extremist Pantser does absolutely no planning at all, they do not even come up with a vague [[plot|idea]] before november 1. Others come up with an idea before November 1, but lack an outline of any sort. Others come up with an outline and/or synopsis before November 1, but the outline/synopsis is not fixed. Still others do little or no pre-November planning, but find time to write a flexible outline during November.
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While Pantsers are united in not doing a fixed [[outline]], they have varying opinions on whether a lesser degree of planning is good. Because of this, pantsers vary greatly in extremity. The Extremist Pantser does absolutely no planning at all, they do not even come up with a vague [[plot|idea]] before November 1. Others come up with an idea before November 1, but lack an outline of any sort. Others come up with an outline and/or synopsis before November 1, but the outline/synopsis is not fixed. Still others do little or no pre-November planning, but find time to write a flexible outline during November.
    
[[Planning| Planners]] are the opposite of Pantsers.
 
[[Planning| Planners]] are the opposite of Pantsers.
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