Worldbuilding: Part Ten (Worldbuilding Methods & Wrap Up — Plus a Worldbuilding Template!)


Diary of a Teen Writer has written a fantastic guide to fantasy worldbuilding! I’d highly recommend that you go read through it- I found it very helpful.

Diary of a Teen Writer

WPW

Part One (Introduction)

Part Two (Geography & Terrain)

Part Three (Society and Culture)

Part Four (Names)

Part Five (Military / Government)

Part Six (History)

Part Seven (Magic & Mythology)

Part Eight (Religion)

Part Nine (Economy)


 Above, I’ve rounded up all my Worldbuilding posts, but there’s two things left to cover: How to build your world, and how do you incorporate all this information in one novel?

Now that you might have some ideas of what to include in your world, then how do you keep track of it all? This differs from person-to-person. Here are my tips!

  • Write it down. Create a scaffold. This will help so that you can avoid inconsistencies. (See end of this post for a downloadable scaffold!)
  • Talk it out with someone! Having a trusted person to bounce ideas of will help.
  • Trial by error. Figure out what works and what doesn’t.
  • Don’t be afraid to…

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