Castles may be one of the most noticeable parts in a fantasy world. Vast cities behind mighty walls can offer interesting locations for your heroes to travel to, while also offering a great way to allow your reader to explore the history of your world.… Read More
Jon Snow, Sauron, Gandalf, Jorah Mormont, Bilbo…
Those are examples of well-remembered names that genius authors have created. Names are important, for it’s the thing that serves as a bridge to the character’s core, but why is it so hard to create unique names that your readers will remember?… Read More
Creating a fictional language for your fantasy world can up your worldbuilding by a ton!
There are countless benefits in creating a fictional language, ranging from making your world more unique, to allowing you to use your own language to solve some of the possible issues, such as naming characters and places.… Read More
Worldbuilding religion is an important thing when you’re creating a fantasy world. Religion is something that defines a culture’s morals and the way they live their lives.
Religion can create conflict, solve a conflict, and create different kinds of laws the people in your fantasy world must live by.… Read More
World Anvil is a great tool for worldbuilding. It has many benefits that make the whole creative process so much easier, while also improving the quality of your worldbuilding.
So, today, I wanted to make another World Anvil review!
I wrote one almost a year ago and since then, I’ve learned even more about this great platform!… Read More
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