...like fight scenes, for example. There seem to be a few pitfalls which are relatively easy to fall into, and it generally takes me a long time to work my way out of them and craft something which flows and reads well. I find it especially difficult to describe complex sequences of actions involing two people, both of whom can be referred to by the same pronoun. The problem is (in my case at least) that it seems relatively easy to build sentences which potentially don't make a lot of sense, without really realising you're doing it. For example: "Fred punched Rob in the Gut, and he doubled over in pain." My question is: who does the "he" refer to, technically? We might all read it as Rob doubling over, because we know he's the one who's been punched. But is it ok to allow context to inform meaning like that? Doesn't the "he" technically refer to Fred because he's the subject of the sentence? Would it only be accurate to write "who doubled over in pain"? Cheers guys!