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Yeah, I might have watched a movie and gotten kind of mad.
This is seriously a trope I’d love to never see again though.
Let this trope die already.
Anonymous said: What sort of information should you come up with when writing about a fantasy race? How in-depth should you go into creating a culture for them?
I would argue… very in depth. It’s important that your reader gets a good feel for how this race lives a daily life… and what kind of things they do, say or believe that makes up their whole world.
Here are some resources to help you out with that:
- Quick World Building Tips
- Naming Places and Things
- Questioning Your Story
- The Senses and World Building
- Creating/Drawing Maps Links Masterpost
- Fantasy Writing Guide
- Name Generators
- Prompts & Pointers: World Building
- An Aside on World Building (Worksheet)
- 30 Days of Introducing a Speculative Fiction Element
- Race Building Guide & Resources
- Tips for Making a New Fantasy Species
- Creating a Fantasy Race
- How to Create Fantasy Races or Species (Part 1, Part 2)
- Creating a Culture
Obligatory Cultural Appropriation Warning
- Creating a Fictional Calendar
- World Building Basics: Technology!
- Fantasy Weapons
- Creating a Religion
I think this should at least be a good start… best of luck…!
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a little girl in the grocery store just asked me if i was a princess because my dress was pretty and i said everyone’s a princess and she pointed to her dad and asked if he was a princess too and her dad said yep its true im a princess and she looked so happy idk it was adorable
Endless List of OTPs [3/?]
Kageyama Tobio and Hinata ShoyouRight now, you are just “clumsy with a bit of jumping power and agility”. There’s no way you can become an “ace”, the team’s mainstay. But. So long as I’m here, you will be the strongest! So how about you? When I toss the ball to you, has there ever been a time you’ve been blocked? Even though you aren’t an ace, with that speed, that jump and my toss, you can overcome any blockers!
..but when I came here and saw the ocean, I felt calmer. Because I knew that just beyond it, you and Sousuke where there. My friends were there. I felt like it connected me to you guys.
Cattle blood is so largely wasted that architect Jack Munro decided to make something eco-friendly out of it and created ‘Blood Bricks.’ He mixed cow blood with water and sand and baked it into a waterproof brick. It worked so well, he believes they could replace mud bricks in areas that have dry climates. Source
unlearning problematic behavior is a long ass process
you will fuck up
handle it gracefully.
It’s also… you’re not resetting to some sort of innate default. There isn’t a real core you that knows better and is above mistreating people; it’s — you’re learning a new skill. It’s not about purity. It’s about learning.
Draw Your Swords | Angus & Julia Stone
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