A famous example of a detailed fictional universe is Arda (more popularly known as Middle-earth), of J. R. R. Tolkien’s books The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, and The Silmarillion.
What do you call a fictional world?
A fictional universe, or fictional world, is a self-consistent setting with events, and often other elements, that differ from the real world. It may also be called an imagined, constructed, or fictional realm (or world).
How do you make a fictional world like Harry Potter?
- Set clear magic rules. One of the most significant pitfalls of fantasy worlds is the inconsistency in their rules of magic.
- Establish opposing factions.
- Reference real-life landmarks.
- Create relatable characters.
- Include magical creatures.
- Pursue a seemingly-impossible-to-achieve mission.
- Hide clues across your narrative.
How would you describe a fantasy world?
A fantasy world is a world created for/from fictional media, such as literature, film or games. Typical fantasy worlds involve magic or magical abilities, nonexistent technology and sometimes, either a historical or futuristic theme.
What fictional world or place would you like to visit?
- Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
- Willy Wonka’s Factory.
- The Emerald City.
- The Galaxy.
- Gotham City.
- Xavier’s Academy.
What should I add to my fantasy world?
- Time. Many fantasies take place in the past because of our collective bias against magical elements in the present or the future.
- Location. What is the setting of your world?
- Population. Who lives in your world?
- Laws and Government.
- Daily Life.
How can I create my own world?
- Decide where to start.
- List the rules and laws.
- Establish the type of world you want.
- Describe the environment.
- Define the culture.
- Define the language.
- Identify the history.
- Use existing works to inspire.
How many cinematic universes are there?
11 Cinematic Universes Currently in Development.
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