- Jan 5, 2019
Bro, no. that's the cart before the horse.Yeah, I didn't really consider that one. It's my mistake and it cost me a bunch of potential readers.
Although, in there, I also pointed out how the world works, their transportations, their powers and classes too. I guess they weren't patient to the point of reaching that.
But this what you do: "Description in Action." Describe things only when people interact with things, or notice them. The story comes first. so only describe the world as the character interacts with it. If you want to info dump, or set a scene : "They arrived in the caspas valley, amidst a sea of rolling grass," is fine. But don't do more than two sentences, then get on with whatever the MC is doing to advance his mission.
Mystery of the world will reveal itself as the MC has to deal with it.