Hi there, Working on my novel about a maze where there are traps and obstacles to put it mildly. Think of Jumanji in a maze so to speak. You just never know what you'll face next. To fill a novel it feels like I'd need at least a dozen or more traps and obstacles with everything else that goes into the story. Working on the actual scenes right now as well as synopsis I wrote already I just feel like it's very repetitive with these traps. They might be different(killer bees, a hunter after your head, lava lake, etc...) but in effect they are facing the same death defying stunts over and over again just painted differently. I'm concerned that will get tiresome very quickly. Does it sound like there will be less of a story and more of a plot consisting of people jumping through hoops over and over?