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20 Things to Consider When Building Fantasy Worlds
I have crafted two fantasy worlds in my career so far. The proof is in the numbers, then! I must be an expert in crafting fantasy worlds. This forces authors to relearn skills on a regular basis, but there are tried-and-true methods that many fall back on. Today, I want to share one of the exercises I use when staring down a new project.
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Sarah Ahiers offers six questions to ask yourself that might prove useful when you're building your fantasy world I love world-building in fantasy novels.
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World-building is so much more than just a framing device. Good world-building lends an immersive richness to your writing, while also giving readers the information they need to understand characters and plot lines. Table Of Contents. So, how exactly should writers go about building worlds in their fiction? Alternate reality — re-imaginings of the details of our existing world; popular with writers of science fiction. Actual locations — the invocation of a real place in the world, utilised in novels with no elements of the fantastic.