Maybe everything is a quest. Hell, I don’t know. But I’m here to gift you beloved noodles with some fantasy plot ideas that are not the traditional “journey to find something and stop the bad guy” quest.
When you write a story, you are building a world, no matter how grounded in reality that world is meant to be. These posts are meant to help you brainstorm worldbuilding for your story!
What are some ways to subvert The Chosen One trope in a way that will keep your readers guessing?
When you think of different mythical creatures and monsters, what do they sound like? Here are five great animals that make sounds you could apply to the mythical beings in your world!
I want to help you blessed writers find new ways to destroy the world. Hey, what’s a good story without some world-ending conflict?
A description of the city that serves as the primary setting of my work-in-progress, The Core City. Different magic classes reside in separated districts with their own unique styles and daily routines.
Inspiration in worldbuilding is great; caricatures are not.
Hey, they’re used often for a reason, right? Here are some scifi cliches we shouldn’t be avoiding.
Aw shit, here we go again.
What are some other good questions to ask when you get to the city building part of the worldbuilding process?
The Core City Bureau of Intelligence wants to make sure you’re staying safe. Watch this PSA on Hexxers.