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Questions 3: Summoners and the Summoned

We’ll see how this goes.  I couldn’t think of another way to end this topic since it’s fairly simple until you get into specific details.  Let’s try to answer questions from both sides of the coin here. How would you … Continue reading

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Underwater Adventure: Magic vs Technology

As I said on Wednesday, there are two ways you can get underwater in fantasy.  You can find a technological method or introduce a magical version.  Both are viable with having been used in the genre before.  There are two … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Writing Underwater Fantasy Adventures

There’s a lot to consider when writing an underwater adventure.  It gets even more difficult if you’re writing in a fantasy world.  That or it’s easier depending on how much you want to mess with the laws of nature.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Writing an Underwater Adventure and Not Getting Wet

I remember this happening in a few Dungeons & Dragons games.  We’d be land-based heroes with the occasional ocean adventure involving ships.  Then, our group would be thrown a curveball in the form of a quest that takes place nearly … Continue reading

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Elite of the Monster Races

Ever play a video game or read a story with monsters when a ‘special’ type of a common species turns up?  If not then there really isn’t much more to explain.  Heroes run into an elite version of a common … Continue reading

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Poetry Day: Along the Desert Path

(My titles aren’t that subtle.  They’ve always been direct much like my poetry.  So, you can tell what this is going to be about.) I walk into the heat With scraps and sweat My protection from the sun I feel … Continue reading

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Hand-to-Hand Writing: 7 Tips to Strikes

It’s been a while since I started getting into the meat of action scenes.  This week, I plan on doing a bunch of ‘7 Tips’ lists with each one focusing on a different aspect of hand-to-hand combat.  This isn’t any … Continue reading

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All You Can Carry Adventuring Adventurer Bar

Welcome to the adventuring establishment that all people come to.  Love all of your fancy gear.  Means you’re going to need a lot of essentials and have the money to afford it.  Very important not to go out alone and … Continue reading

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Crossing Genres: #Fantasy & #Historical Fiction

Here we are for the last ‘Crossing Genres’ post unless somebody requests pairing another one off with ‘Fantasy’.  I’m open to any that I can slip into January.  Not sure any will be as difficult as this one.  One genre … Continue reading

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A Series With Minimal Action, But High Suspense

This year, I got into a series called ‘Dr. Stone’.  It is about how humans are frozen in stone for 3,700 years, so civilization collapses.  The first to awaken is Senku, a Japanese teen who was obsessed and highly skilled … Continue reading

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