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Create Free Prompts #12: Fantasy
The fantasy generation is one of my favourite kinds of literary and cinematographic. Whilst I don't always end every single work in every show, I grew up in the Narnia thrillers and was a big admirer of Robert Jordan's work in the past. Plus, I spent a few years in junior high play text-based role-playing programs (and then in high schools I went through such great fantasy-fans as Baldur's Gate and Diablo, Nick Alert!) and you have a big fantasy aficionado.
Few restrictions exist in the fantasy game that can result in a variety of stories or game ideas that you can work with. These are some free written instructions that focus on the imagination. You' re living in a car out of date environment, because grabs take everyone with you (since about 1990).
"In essence, the life you are living in is the same...present, same technologies...except that everyone is living in locks and trying to become a knight (including women). They have to go on a search to rescue the planet from imminent demise! Indeed, all the beasts of the earth have just become very aware and have started to talk to their champions.
Build your own fantasy game using one of the following elements: elfs, mysterious dungeons, a trapped Prince and a self-replenishing marsupial. While tornadoing, your Wizard of Oz-style home will fly away and end up in a fantastic empire. From any fantasy textbook or film you can choose a significant one.
It' hardly ever touches the surfaces of the possibilities for generating ideas with the fantasy world. Please do not hesitate to type one of these unimaginative creatively written instructions in the area below or just let us know your own new one. Bonuses - A fantasy writer or film maker of your choosing has given you 100% creativity to continue the story (or perform a prequel).
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