Podcast 31 – Preparing vs Overpreparing for Your Story September 28th, 2014 by Chris Winkle, Oren Ashkenazi and Mike Hernandez Oren, Mike, and Chris discuss the work that goes into preparing a story. They question how much worldbuilding is too much, and caution against stuffing details from the preparation into the story. Download Episode 31 Subscription Feed https://mythcreants.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Episode-31.mp3 Have a question or comment for our hosts? Send it to [email protected] Opening and closing theme: The Princess Who Saved Herself by Jonathan Coulton. Used with permission. Show Notes: The Belgariad and The Malloreon by David Eddings Old Man’s War by John Scalzi Leviathan Wakes by James S.A. Corey Magic in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time Should You Outline? The Problem With Multiple Viewpoints Designing a Central Villain for Your Campaign Need an editor? We’re at your service. Comments Cece October 28, 2017 at 11:00 pm Hey Oren! This comment is for Mike I’m replying to the tidbit when he mentioned Attack on Titan (around 48 mins). The golden rule of turning manga into anime is two chapters per episode; the still image they show usually signals the end of one manga chapter. For Attack on Titan specifically, these still images comes from extras the author includes kind of randomly at the end of manga chapters. Some anime studios choose to animate or create a little break in the middle, usually ten minutes in. Hope you learned something. Reply to Cece Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Name Email (will not be published) Send me an email alert for: Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Message By submitting a comment, you confirm that you have read and agree to our comments policy.