Monday, December 22, 2008

Fantasy Setting Name

Whats in a name?

don't believe any nonsense about a rose smelling as sweet even if it was not called a rose. Names can have power.

"Then he explained the name was the important thing for inspiring the necessary fear. You see, no one would surrender to the Dread Pirate Westley."
-Wesley, The Princess Bride.

And so I have a bit of a dilemma, I obviously cant go on referring to my fantasy setting as "fantasy setting," especially since I actually have two of them now. So what should the setting be called?

This is the point where if I had any readers, I'd ask them. Soon followed by them pointing out that I haven't actually told them much about the setting. You non-existent jerks...

Well, its kinda a normal fantasy setting... except not.

I don't explain things well.

All I have is the setting and groups of characters. No actual adventures for them to go on. I am the worst writer ever.

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