Episode 188 Manipulating time, before you run out of time

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Episode 188 Manipulating time, before you run out of time

Today’s Topic Look at fun with time travel in story telling

Just when you think you fixed it, Michael and Jeffery break the timeline again. How can you deal with two fiends that are so icky! Learn about using time travel to add some juice to your fictional world. However, maybe you already have.  If so join us again!

It might be your past, but it is our future.

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The bigger benefit for me was increased focus.  It was another major issue of mine.  However, that is a story for a different day.

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Listen to Michael and I as we go into this fun topic, again for the first time.

Podcast Show Flow

  • Know the rules of time travel
    • What directions? Both
    • Do you travel into the future?
    • What are the cost and risks?
      • Can time travel break other rules in your world?
    • Are there paradoxes?
      • What are they?
    • Is there something that protects the timeline?
    • What allows time travel?
    • Is there a present?
    • What is the experience like?
    • Does technology grow in a linear direction?
  • Our Favorites

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The Worldbuilding Task for the Day

Write a short story including time travel in your world. Blow up the world for bonus points

The Real-world Task for the Day

Build a Delorean Chevy Vega Time Travel Machine

Michael’s Resources

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The Butterfly Effect Book or Movie

Doctor Who

Back to the future

Lightning

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