Anyone familiar with D&D’s Eberron setting will immediately recognize Alt Coulumb.
Just no clones or alternate timelines, that’s all we ask!
“Hi, Christopher, I'm Nero.”
Frank Herbert is not a guy I would go to for political commentary.
Submitted by Dave, answered
What happens when you throw together tropes from popular worlds.
No critical analysis to be found here, just wholesome magic content.
Unused spells can distract the audience during important conflicts.
Worlds that feel slapdash make suspension of disbelief harder to achieve.
Do audiences have no taste or are critics elitist snobs?
Let's find out which of these three Disney+ hits has the most ANTS.
Submitted by Xzenu, answered
Whatever the Reapers are working toward, it must be big!
When the villain wins, it builds tension - but only if it's a credible win.
Without tension, readers get bored fast.
A dissertation on why trees can absolutely be characters.
Characters need to be carefully crafted to fulfill their role in the plot.
Thanks to Unalaq, we now know that the Avatar setting is divided into a good/evil binary.
The author of The Martian tries to make flashbacks work and only partially succeeds.
Let's find the smallest edit that will get these protagonists contributing to the team.