3 Big Reasons to Use Subject Matter Expertise in Your Magic Welcome back! This is Part II of our little discussion on using Subject Matter Expertise with your magic. A couple posts back we took a look at this topic, discussing in broad terms some of the ways it can help you, how other authors have used it, and how to use it yourself. Today we’re going to take a
Welcome back! Let’s get right to it. No time for delay and funny business; I’ve been drinking green tea all day and I’m FREAKEN PUMPED!!! That’s all the silly, I promise… for now. Last time we talked, we discussed the concepts of hard magic versus soft magic and rational magic versus nebulous magic. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go back and read Types of Magic, Pt 1.
Non-Magical Counters in the Mistborn Trilogy Welcome to Part 5 of Why I Love the Mistborn Trilogy There are so many cool things you can do with your magic system, it boggles the mind. At least it boggles my mind. One risk you run with any magic system is the creation of overpowered or unstoppable characters, point-of-view character or not. The best way I have found to resolve this problem