Frame your fantasy world

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168 Frame your fantasy world

Today’s Topic Before you start building your fantasy world. Build a framework that helps you get to telling stories

Join Michael and Jeffery in this episode as the look to help show how to create a framework for worldbuilding.

 

Podcast Show Flow

  • The two reasons I call it my style a framework world
    • Scaffolding
    • Framing the shot
  • What is the point?
    • Speed to production
    • Consistence
    • Allows for further growth
  • The 5 Contacts to a world
    • First Contact (Overview)
      • Determine your Frame
      • Determine reusability
      • Describe the Mission
    • Second Contact (The Basics)
      • Create a Basics (Places, Rules, Faces, Races Culture, And Technology)
      • Just what you know do not force it
      • Frame Outline
    • Third Contact
      • Looking through the frame at the world
      • Map it (Size matters)
      • Identify Needs (Cultures, Religions, languages, States, People)
    • Four Contact
      • The Foundations (Three Points of reference)
      • Frame Focus (Flesh out what you need to flesh out your outline)
    • Fifth Contact
      • Launch your Project
      • Flesh out the rest on demand

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