Based on the initial Tweets from Emma Coats. Disney's 11 Untold Storytelling Rules are a set of guidelines that Walt Disney himself developed to create compelling and engaging stories. These rules are widely recognized and respected in the entertainment industry and have been used by Disney and other studios to create successful films, TV shows, and other media. Overall, these 11 rules provide a framework for creating stories that are engaging, emotional, and memorable. By following these guidelines, storytellers can create powerful and impactful stories that resonate with audiences of all ages and backgrounds. These ideas are developed from the 11 ideas Walt Disney created for ideal story telling - Story comes first. Make the audience care. Characters should have a clear goal. Characters should face obstacles. Story should have a clear structure. Use storytelling devices. Use humor carefully. Pay attention to pacing. Keep it simple. Appeal to universal emotions. Be true to the characters.