Davidizer13 wrote:But there's a little bigger issue to take into account. I know you said this is just a prologue or a side story to some bigger plot you're working on. But there's not much in the story that couldn't be done if it wasn't part of that bigger plot. What value does its connection have to the story? Making another story you haven't written isn't good enough, because I'm not reading that story, I'm reading this one, and everything you've described that's really going into the story could be done in the present day, or in Arthurian fantasy, or some other world (with a few tweaks and word changes, of course). Your setting doesn't seem to be bringing much into your current story, and that's a problem, because no matter the setting, above all, your world should always serve the needs of the story. Plan your story first and what you want to say with it, and then use that to govern the elements of your world.
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