1.Getting Started- this is a quick intro about stykz.
1a. The interface.
1b. Creating stick figures
1c. Exporting animations- putting your anmations on the internet for all to see!
1d. Terminology- the terms you'll need to know on your road to animating greatness.
2a. Starting point- a quick tutorial about how to start
2b. The basics-walking, running and basic movement.
2c. Basic effects-fading out, tremor, basic stuff.
2d. Basic Fighting and Movements.
3.Intemediate standards- explaining what this stage is and what is needed to achieve it.
3a. How you can improve your animations- Now that the basics are nailed its time to start getting creative.
3b. Advanced Fighting and Movements.
3c. Camera movement
3d. Advanced effects- more speed, blur ,laser effects and stuff.
3e. Basic Storylining- giving your animations some plot
4a.Veterans- the few that make it here need to know why.
4b. Pro effects and 3d
4c. Advanced Storylining- adding even more length and story to your animations
I did it. I changed what everyone suggested, and I added some of my own amendments. There are now 4 sections, Getting Started, Beginner, Intermediate and Veteran, I divided fighting/movements into basic and advanced, for Beginner and Intermediate, and I did the same with storylining, except with Intermediate and Veteran. (Plus, I fixed some grammar errors.)