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by Vinay Kumar
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I think that the whole worldbuilding thing is a bit of an overstatement. I mean, sure, a lot of people in the world build things, but it isn’t the whole world building.

Its good to have a broad range of interests. But most of the time, you can say that a lot of people want to build a nice house, or a nice car, or a nice house with a pool. What you can’t say is that they want to build the world.

That is the crux of worldbuilding. You need to understand the world to figure out what your goals are, what the society in your story is like, and what the world is like. All of this information is useful, but it takes a lot of time and money to make it real. Most of the time, it takes just one person. The problem is that too many people will write a story, but not really understand the world.

Worldbuilding in fiction is extremely important. It is not just about setting a setting and characters. It is also about creating interesting characters, setting, and story. That means that the world you create is not just a setting, but a world–a fictional, realistic world. It is the world that the story is part of.

You might be wondering how the world you create can be a part of a story. Well, yes the world is a part of the story, but not only a part. The world is also a part of the story, in that it creates the action and drama. The important part is the story. A story is a narrative structure that has an ending. The world is not the story. It is a part of the story.

The world you create is not just a setting, but a world–a fictional, realistic world. It is a world. The world is also a world, in that it creates the action and drama. The key to a successful story is to find the way to it in the way you’re going to use it. If you want to create the world, you need to find the way to it. Otherwise you’ll have to make a mistake.

The way to think about the world is to imagine someplace that is not your own, or if you think that sort of thing out, it’s not your own. It’s your world; it’s the world. The more you imagine it, the less you’re going to think about it.

It might sound simple, but having a world that is not your own is a hard thing. As a writer of fiction, I’ve never been very good at it. I often can’t envision a world that I could write my story in. So a lot of my days are spent thinking up ways of exploring a world that I’m not in. These are the days when I want to write a story, but I don’t know what I’m going to do with it.

The problem with trying to write in a world that you dont know and dont want to write is that even if your story works, that doesnt necessarily mean its good. What doesnt work for me is a story that is simply a bad story. If youre doing something that is imo ill-advised, then youre doing something that is ill advised.

I do have a few ideas for story-building, but the problem is that I just dont know what Im going to do with them. As Im not sure where I am supposed to begin, I end up doing something that doesnt make sense.

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