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For those of you who had the gall to click the author's name while reading my story, hello. Prepare to get spoiled a bit.
I actually wrote a story two years ago called Before Magic, and it pretty much had the same stuff as Goddess' Landing. The same characters, the same plot twist(if you can ever call the revolver one), and the same setting. Things went smoothly until I wrote myself in a corner and eventually crashed. But I'm back with a fresh mindset, eager to shape a world of my own making.
The world of Goddess' Landing was actually a thought experiment I had while I was playing RPGs. Basically, you have all this culture revolving around magic and demons and kingdoms and all that jazz. How did everything come to being in the first place? What was life like before the dark lord came into being? How did the people manage to live for millions of years before the hero was born? Questions like that.
So I went ahead and put my own take on the RPG world. What if it was actually thousands of years into the future, with all technological marvels considered as relics of the ancient past?
Of course, I had to nerf magic a little bit because it's convenient. Too convenient. So in the story's setting, it was only about a hundred years or so into magic. That means no advanced spells like healing(it deals with living tissue at the microscopic level) or anything related to time(complex physics is hard to write and also hard to read).
UPDATE: At this point, things are starting to come into place, but I still have no idea where this thing actually leads. To be honest, the story already has some solid foundation but is struggling on the smaller areas. If we were to compare this to a train ride, I, as the writer(and driver, in this case), know where I'm going, but I'm not really looking to the side and enjoying the scenery around me, and that scenery is what makes the ride worthwhile, IMO. That's where I'm struggling, as of the moment.
As a result, updates will begin to slow down from weekly releases to bimonthly ones. Just so that I could take a bit of a breather. And once again, if I don't update in a month, that would probably mean I had dropped the ball, which I hope doesn't happen. Hopefully, I'll be able to finish a bunch of chapters that deal with life in the Refinery City before one big crisis strikes, which herald the beginning of the second major happening of Goddess' Landing.
As always, thanks for the time and enjoy reading.
Oh yeah, and I really need some feedback.