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  1. ChaoticanWriter

    Cobblestone Lanes and Majestic Towers: Medieval Cities and Roads

    Sorry if it a day later since my last posting. XD That was an article I wrote a couple years ago. THIS one, I just published an hour ago!!! ... And I'm quite excited about it. Check out my new article about medieval cities and roads, as a companion piece to some random name generators I...
  2. BJ Swabb

    Chapter Nine: Travel By Foot

    With Evelyn leading the way, the three travel north west towards the Forgetful Valley, moving across the Midway Plains of Havenya. The plains are full of wheat grasses, rolling hills, a large spring river, and wild flowers. Forest lands, and mountains are seen in distances as they travel up and...
  3. BJ Swabb

    Chapter Eight: A Whole New World

    Once dressed out of his swimwear, Damien gathers a few items into his backpack, grabs his allowance from his piggybank and calls a cab to pick him, Evelyn and Ming up from his home. As they waite on the swing bench on the front porch, Evelyn eats a little snack. “What you got there?” Damien...
  4. pmmg

    Methods of FTL travel

    Maybe more in the SciFi realm, but what do you think are good methods of FTL (Faster than light) travel, and if you were in the mindset, which would you want to use for your own fiction? How much suspension do you give for a method you know has problems scientifically?
  5. Tigerseye

    Modes of Transport

    Hi everyone, there has been something on my mind for a while when world building and that is travel. My world is quite large and I have several destinations that my characters will have to travel to that are very far apart. To make matters a little more complicated, my characters are not human...
  6. Archmages Kinzer and Drake

    Archmages Kinzer and Drake

    The Archmages Kinzer and her great grandson Drake. Kinzer is a half-Succubi, who leads The Watchers, assisted by her great grandson, who is a master of dimensional and parallel world travel. From "Bane of the Necromancers".