Confessions of an indie comic writer and avid gamer...
Time flies when you're having fun, man! The trick is to write about your passion...and this month you definitely seem to have found one!
I'll give you that one JB.Though I love fantasy, it isn't a passion for me like superheroes.Them I can go on about all day ;)
Between the setting and the system research, I imagine that you are being wowed and inspired by the material. Fantasy can do that too, but (in this case, anyhow) it's more of a brainstorming process so you're not stumbling across a well-baked idea to gush about.
Well to be honest I am looking at the material I have done over the past 25 years and am more than a little embarrassed by some of it ;)The scary part is ideas I had as a teenager are superior in a lot of ways to ideas I had in my 20s... that's scary no?Fantasy is awesome and I think we can agree the World of Aeran was pretty outstanding (and will be again) but even then, I never output for fantasy like I do for superheroes. Or Star Trek, I tend to do a lot for Star Trek too.
Yeah, but Star Trek most often is a smartening on the setting, so one has their work cut out for them - throw Janeway in the clink, lose the friendly house-broken borg, look up Berman and Braga's addresses to facilitate an... accident. You know, the usual. ;)