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Dark Dungeons Novel

When we get down to work to develop a novel, we must keep in mind the space in which it takes place. We can choose a city known, invent a place as we please, choose our own environment because it is the best know.

But how do you know if you're choosing the right place for our story? To try to answer this question, I have prepared this short list of tips on choosing the right atmosphere for a story instead. To see what you think: The first thing to ask yourself is the importance of the place that occupy locations in history. There are novels that space can be as important as any other character in the story. Being clear about this, it will be easier to make decisions on other parts of the story or novel of dark dungeons. You can tell a horror story anywhere, but if we choose the right place to locate it, the setting will be for us easier. If we are in a sinister village next to a swamp fog fills the place at night, the atmosphere is already given to us. The same applies to the characters.

If we want to emphasize a mood or a specific situation of any of them, we can use the space, climate or the atmosphere of a place for emphasis. As an example, if you want to affect a melancholy character, which of the following areas do you think it will work best for it? A wet industrial city, and gray, or a small town on the Mediterranean coast in July, full of light and tourists. However, this does not mean we should assume that all places should be gray and sad to tell a sad story to tell bright cheerful story in dark dungeons. There are other resources that we need to consider before deciding, as the following point. This is especially noticeable in the mood, but can be applied to other genres and situations.

To influence the solitude of a character, the system can use gray and gloomy atmosphere, but put it in a cheerful location full of happy couples the situation highlighted by the contrast. After seeing the above tips, we reached the moment of truth. Why choose that place and not another? Why set the story in the center of Barcelona and not in London? Just because we like more? Is that enough reason? When we put a story of dark dungeons in a real place, it's good to feel a bond with him, because this way we find it easier to describe the environment or convey emotions to the reader, but should not be the only reason they choose.

Place a history in a city just because we like the city can be as good idea as starting a business with a friend only because we like him. If we decide to do, it better be because it is right to tell that story, because it has the feel we need to occur we want to tell the facts, because it is the perfect place to put our characters. When are we going to put a story in an actual location, we should know.

If you can be in person, the better, as there are too many things that can only transmit in dark dungeons if the senses have experienced before.


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