Fantasy worldbuilding is one of the most important things when it comes to writing a fantasy novel.
Good worldbuilding can offer story opportunities, create an immersive setting for your characters to explore, and just make your story seem alive.
While good worldbuilding can give you many great benefits, when done badly, the lack of good worldbuilding can absolutely destroy a story, no matter how good the plot or the characters are.… Read More
Myths, gods, creation stories… they are an important element in fantasy, yet not all stories need to explore these things.
If you’re going the Tolkien route though, you can be sure you have to figure these things out! But don’t grieve, for I’m here to help you with your journey!… Read More
Nations are important to a fantasy setting. The conflict between different empires and kingdoms can give the story a vast scale, while also providing challenges for the protagonists.
It’s relatively easy to create a nation. Make a flag, design the army and political system and it’s done? … Read More
Hello, my dear reader! Today, I’d like to share a couple of things about my actual working process and how I turn my ideas to fully fleshed out worlds!
For me, it all starts with a theme or a overall morale of the story.… Read More