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Creating a Fantasy Culture

Good worldbuilding* can make or break a book. A well-developed culture can make or break your worldbuilding. In so many fantasy (and science fiction) stories, the culture in a world entirely…

Worldbuilding Creating Fictional Cultures

Worldbuilding: Creating Fictional Cultures -

World Building: Creating Fictional Cultures. Especially if your story takes place on a fictional world, you& need to create fictional cultures. Morin offers some things to consider.

neat. you input gender, ethnicity and decade of birth. it gives you a name, personality profile, psych disorder, and potential careers. good story starter idea maybe?

Create realistic character names with the character name generator! Generate random names from a huge database of diverse common names from around the world, choose the ethnicity of your character's name, and so on.

First Reveal!: One major chapter from this new eBook discusses the power of languages in your fantasy culture. Read the post and find out more about this power-house book COMING SOON!

How important is having a working language in your fictional culture? Learn the importance of language in world building and create your own!

Sword Facts and Myths  - Writing Reference. @Safirewriter @Katherine Sophia @Kiri Liz

Sword Facts and Myths - Writing Reference.^ Watch 'Reclaiming the Blade' for more information like this about swords and what they were really like.

Creating Religions & Belief Systems - The culture of your kingdom, moon, or giant soap bucket isn’t fully developed until you’ve given it one or more belief systems. But that doesn’t mean you should rename the Catholic Church and stick it in there. Religions and other belief systems come in a huge variety of flavors, and whatever you choose should feel like a natural fit for the cultures you’ve already established... Cathedral Altar by Beatrice Murch

Creating Religions & Belief Systems

Mythcreants: Creating Religions & Belief Systems The culture of your kingdom, moon, or giant soap bucket isn't fully developed until you've given it one or more belief systems. But that doesn't mean you should rename the Catholic Church and stick it .

Starting a Fictional Culture - Culture encompasses almost everything we do. Language, religion, and social structure all shape and are shaped by the prevailing culture. The cultures you create for your worlds will make a permanent imprint on the thoughts, feelings, and behavior of the people in them. With so many strands in the web, it can be hard to get started...

Starting a Fictional Culture

Starting a Fictional Culture - Culture encompasses almost everything we do. Language, religion, and social structure all shape and are shaped by the prevailing culture. The cultures you create for your worlds will make a permanent imprint on the thoughts,

The way I build worlds is by collecting cool stuff from the history, myth and people around me. I blend these details with my own imagination, and create my own cultures. Normally there are a few p...

Worldbuilding: 10 Questions to Create Fictional Cultures

10 questions to ask when you create a fictional culture. The way I build worlds is by collecting cool stuff from the history, myth and people around me. I blend these details with my own imagination, and create my own cultures.

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