marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,


Still need more curses.

And more characters to get entangled in them to the resolution, for good or for ill, of their problems.

I think I need some fantasy art. Browse, browse, browse -- or maybe some surrealist. After all, the inspiration doesn't have to have anything to do with the intent of the original work.

Or maybe I need to consider who's going to turn out the worse for the curse-breaking. Even if you didn't put the curse on, you could have benefited, however accidentally. (Hmm. Should someone "benefit" and be glad to lose it?)
Tags: idea development, world-building: magic (effects)

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