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Worldbuilding With Artifacts — PhD20

I am always looking for good tips on world building, I like this approach. As I myself have several  hundred hours ahead of myself likely before my world will be done its always good to see another’s view on how they do it !

Instead of starting small with a town or village, start even smaller. Think of an artifact. Let your imagination wander. The artifact could be a magic item or just an item of great importance.

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