I’ve done more than 700 of these things consecutively and I’ve run into a creative wall over the past week or so. There are always days when I feel like I can’t get a prompt out, but this is the first time I’ve actually missed prompts because of that. So I’m going to give myself some time to refresh.
A culture in which any act of violence is punishable by anything from a fine to years in jail. People are expected to go out of their way to avoid even killing bugs unless immediately threatened (e.g. bees and allergies).
A meteor smacks into the world and the wave of stuff that radiates out contains chemicals that give everyone superpowers — literally everyone. Everyone in the world who the meteor didn’t kill has superpowers.
I switched to WordPress’s Twenty Fifteen theme.
Everything is up and ready. Enjoy the new site.
- Added social media links; I rarely use on any of these, however.
- Moved the navigation bar over to the left; if you’re on mobile or have a small screen, you can find these in a drop-down menu at the top-right of the viewport.
- New theme has responsive web design. This means the site will rearrange itself for optimal accessibility depending on the size and orientation of your screen.
If you run into any issues or have any suggestions, let me know. (I can’t customize the site’s HTML unless I pay WordPress half my paycheck, unfortunately, but I can always add or remove pages, fix links, and other little things like that.)
A mafia-like organization that engages in no crime, but has families and wears nice suits and also donates a lot of money to charity and helps out social movements.
Take a historic war, such as the Roses War or the American Civil War, and replace the combatants on both sides with little girls wielding pool noodles rather than spears or guns. Bonus points for making it edge-of-seat intense despite a lack of death.
Write a story where no one gets the throne, but a select “royal” family is essentially bred for sacrifice to a god or a monster or something. The titles of king, queen, prince, princess all still remain. Play with it and make it seem like an ordinary fantasy for as long as possible.
See, up there on the bar thing? To the right of “About?” Yup, that’s the “Free Stuff” section, in which you can download free stuff. I’ll be adding to it as I actually finish things, but for now, it just contains the game I made recently and a PDF of 200 Fantasy Writing Prompts for offline viewing.
So yeah, go check it out if either of those interest you:
A magic system allows its users to see underground, detecting mines, tunnels, and subterranean creatures.
In one fantasy society, our current sense of morality is flipped on its head. Killing is saintly, crime is good, etc. How would this sort of society operate?