07:29:04 PM Mar 16th 2010
I think this version of the Deconstruction works better than the previous one. A deconstruction, you see, is when a trope is played so totally straight that it shows what would actually happen *in real life* if the trope really did occur. This can be played for tragedy. For example, a Kid Hero who sneaks off, tries to stop a bad guy, and ends up getting killed because he Knew Too Much. It can be played any number of ways, but tragic deconstructions are the most common.