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Jester David’s How-To Guide to Fantasy Worldbuilding

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Inside this 200-page tome you will learn how to:

  • Sculpt a continent
  • Design a nation
  • Plan a city or village
  • Create a Pantheon
  • And build your owm fantasy world!

Over its eighteen chapters, this book walks you through the steps needed to create a fantasy world, from the initial brainstorming to the niggling details. Each chapter ends with an example, demonstrating the advice of that chapter at work.  

Designed for use by fantasy tabletop role-playing gamers (especially those using the world’s oldest RPG system) this book is also useful for novelists, creative types, and people with too much free time.

 
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William W. [Featured Reviewer]
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August 14th, 2014
A meaty, system-agnostic collection of methods and tips for worldbuilding, drawn from blog posts and feedback. I'm a sucker for any RPG product that helps improve the quality of play, and this one really delivers. In its 200 pages there are few illustr [...]
Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
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August 10th, 2014
Do you want your very own campaign world? Somewhere deep inside, most role-players do. It's part of the creative itch that we scratch by playing our games. It's part of the delight we take in alternate realities populated by imaginary people who [...]
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Product Information
Silver seller
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Pages
205
ISBN
978-0-9937524-2-1
Publisher Stock #
5MWD02
File Size:
41.73 MB
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This title was added to our catalog on June 12, 2014.