Items that, when touched by someone, are bound to them and cannot be used by anyone else.
Write the story of an ordinary guy who tries to become a villain, decides it’s too hard, and becomes a hero instead.
Write an ordinary story involving a god of some sort, then have the plot twist be that the god is an artist, and that the characters are merely paintings imbued with the ability to think.
A yearly challenge during which people can’t speak any words of their own language for an entire week.
Every year, on a person’s birthday, they start an epic journey to do something amazing. Usually it’s doing something great for their family or community, but some lucky kids get to save the world or rescue princes and princesses.
Also, I’m 21 today.
Everything in the world is capable of leveling up on its own: buildings, weapons, armor, people, computers (if they exist in your setting).
“Realistic” dryads, who are filled with sap rather than blood and move really slow in comparison to everything around them (maybe the world would appear to move in fast-motion to them). Their hair (body hair included) would be composed of leaves.
Bonus points for making a “realistic” dryad character the protagonist.
A plot wherein the protagonist lives in a war-torn world, but rather than fight and kill for survival, he tries to bring laughter back to everyone he comes across.
A magic system wherein any emotion can be amplified to a state where the person can only feel that emotion in its most extreme state.
(Second prompt today since I missed yesterday’s.)
Heroes who have saved the world all get together to figure out a way to destroy it. Why? Up to you.