The queen was, for a long time, a minor character compared to the role of her husband, King Venelaos, or her daughter, Princess Nadyenne. Yet, as I developed the backstory, she gained some degree of importance – not one to take her to the spotlight but one that makes her an integral part of the story due to her heritage.Continue reading
While I’ve planned to have a shaman in my story since the late concept stage, it took some time before a shaman character with a significant appearance was created – in the form of Etian Windwalker.Continue reading
The development of Ellisia mirorred that of Kraasian Darkwood for a long time. They were a pair from the start and they develped as one. Eventually, there were some other aspects I managed to show through her.Continue reading
Today, I return to share some background about developing a character. King Venelaos is one of the oldest characters in my work-in-progress fantasy. After all, what kind of fantasy world does not have someone to rule it? And, as it is with the oldest characters, he had a lot of time to grow.Continue reading
Some characters appear out of nowhere, created by a whim of unpredictable imagination. Elindra is one of those. In this post, I’ll share how she became a part of the story.Continue reading
This time, I’ll share the background of creating a character who eventually became more involved with the story than I expected – though, in reality, I probably should’ve seen that coming.Continue reading
I am back with another blog post about the development of a character. This time, I’ll cover one with probably the most-developed backstory: General Vigellus Ironhand.