Have you created your own fantasy world for your novel? Here are a few things to consider when creating your world’s economy.
Last week’s post was about creating a race, focusing on appearance, type and genders. Now we’re going to look at the habitat of the race.
Just to clarify, when I say habitat it is referring to more than just the terrain and will encompass a number of factors.
So we are back with the World Building Series again. Last week I covered Flora (plants) and this week, it’s Fauna (animals).
I even included a little special bonus at the end of this article. 🙂
If you are building a world, the chances are you are going to want animals. Even ice planets can have species (think Tauntauns from Hoth).
So, I’m back with my World Building series. So far, I’ve discussed topics such as water, atmosphere, sun, seasons and land so now let’s get to some of those living organisms.
There’s a special bonus for you at the end of the article 🙂
Today’s topic is Flora. (That would be plants).
I am back on the World Builder Series. (If you missed the first two parts were The Sun & Seasons and Landscapes).
So now it’s time to turn our attention to water and its importance when creating worlds.
I’m back with another post in my World Builder Series. This has turned out to be one of my most popular series’s. 🙂
In the last article we colvered The Sun and the Seasons. Okay, so today, let’s talk about some of the basics of landscape. Please note this is part 1, so watch out for a part 2 popping up.