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Creating a fantasy world
To learn how to make a imaginary universe that is realistic to the reader is simple by following these five steps: The creation of a sound, credible corporeal universe is the first stage. This is why some phantasy authors and writers are so fond of cards, because it is the act of actually cartographing the universe.
There is no need to paint cards; you can take a note instead, but the point is that you need to have a feeling for your own universe as a place that has limits. Because it' s imagination, not sci-fi, it doesn't mean that your environment lacks regulations or that random terms can be imposted .
It is vital to maintain global coherence. Adhering to the regulations will penetrate every facet of your fictitious life, but at the beginning you should be sure that you are generally coherent. From legends to true stories such as mediaeval Europe, lush Japan, and indigenous peoples of America, every facet of your imagination must be in tune with the universe you have made.
When your imagination has a science that seems incompatible with its context, you must have a good reason for it, whether it's a matter of magical powers, interventions from a more technically progressive community, or something else. One other thing you should be aware of is the sound of your novel. If you are a fanciful novel full of evocative stories and stories, for example, you can create in a way that reminds you of the languages of fairytales and stories.
It is not necessarily in the J.R.R. Tolkien universe that its reader wants to begin with its origins in old legends and find themselves in the desolate and homicidal dark of George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones franchise. Keeping a uniform sound is crucial to the credibility of your novel.
Your character will reflect this texture. It is the value of the universe that will inspire your character. When honor and allegiance are paramount, personalities will act differently than in a universe where might and riches are most appreciated.
Obviously you can make a character whose value is very different from theirs, but this distinction is probably a cause of conflicts. The most fantasies contain witchcraft, and here too it is important to have a set of simple formulas. While you can build any kind of enchanting system you like, the answer is that it must be some kind of system.
It has to be consequent whether it is founded on numbers, words, or something else, whether a character learns for years to master it or is natural. To create a credible imaginary universe, the secret is that "fantasy" does not mean "everything goes".
Apart from the fact that history, as stated above, takes into account rule and consistence, it usually cannot count on a delus ex machina to solve its conflict just because it is a figment of imagination. The first may be accepted by modern audiences, but would be disappointed by it. The use of a enus ex machina is always dangerous, as it can extend the lifting of unbelief, which can turn off the reader.
Begin to create your imagination and get positive feedbacks on your work.