Tag Archives: magic in fantasy

Malkuthe Highwind — The Price

Malkuthe brings to the table almost nine years of worldbuilding experience. Today, he will talk about magic, its price, and the role that it plays in worldbuilding. Right now, he doesn’t have much in the way of articles on the … Continue reading

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Magic in the World of Mysts – by Sean Gallagher

Today, author Sean Gallagher returns to talk about Magic! What is important when writing about magic in your world? Read on to find out what he did to create a believable magic system for his. To read more by Sean Gallagher, go HERE.   … Continue reading

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Byron Gillan — A Bottomless Well: Magic and the Environment

 “And that’s what I don’t like about magic, Captain. ‘cos it’s *magic*. You can’t ask questions, it’s magic. It doesn’t explain anything, it’s magic. You don’t know where it comes from, it’s magic! That’s what I don’t like about magic, … Continue reading

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Andrew Wood — Magic: the Lifeblood of Fantasy

Welcome back Andrew Wood, one of our regular contributors, with his own spin on magic and why it fascinates us as readers. Magic, in essence, is a word used by authors to describe whatever powers govern the world they’ve created. … Continue reading

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