Corgi Knight Is growing!

Over the last five months, Corgi Knight has had far too many man hours to count put into its production and from many different sources. Let’s take a look at some of them and meet the new faces working on world crafting. The updated Luterra map above comes from Megasploo, over at https://www.wonderdraft.net His newContinue reading “Corgi Knight Is growing!”

The mini boss appears!

Vol’Dume the Blight of Luterra. In Cogi Knight you get a chance to take a look at Lord’s past. It’s revealed that much of his power was gained when he was forced to defend his people against the threat of Vol’Dume, a giant sized insect that consumed everything it it’s path. Vol’Dume is long sinceContinue reading “The mini boss appears!”

Melody the Dragon of Prophecy.

The first concept art of Melody the Dragon of Prophecy is complete! A secondary character to Corgi Knight, she nevertheless helps the dogs with their quest throughout Luterra. Melody is a mysterious dragon that appears wherever there are high amounts of magical energy. She is mentioned as a premonition in one of the dog’s dreams butContinue reading “Melody the Dragon of Prophecy.”

Corgi Knight Sneak Peek! (Leo’s Respect)

In today’s sneak peek we get watch as Leo stumbles though a lesson in respect.   While the other squires had the day off, Leo was on bodyguard duty as Lord attended an annual high society ball for the merchant’s guild. The celebration was held at Count Heshrue Barkingtons manor, a wealthy Shih Tzu thatContinue reading “Corgi Knight Sneak Peek! (Leo’s Respect)”

Villainous intent. Tips on writing the person we love to hate.

    I’ve crafted some seriously vile villains over the years. From them I’ve learned a few good guidelines. If you’re having trouble coming up with a convincing villain try out some of these: #1: A villain is just a person with a differing viewpoint than your main characters. One of my greatest Villans wasContinue reading “Villainous intent. Tips on writing the person we love to hate.”

Can’t think of a conflict? Map it out!

  If you think your characters motivation is lacking or unoriginal, try assessing the world around them. In the real world we are influenced by the highest levels of power. From world governments, local government, society and individuals, we all are connected to the conflicts that arise on any of those levels. It’s difficult toContinue reading “Can’t think of a conflict? Map it out!”

Magic? In my writing? It’s more likely than you think.

When choosing to use magic in a fantasy setting it helps to create a functioning system for you to base a spell or magic event off of. Without it, you tend to run into situations where a conflict could be solved by a simple snap of the fingers. Here I have an example of theContinue reading “Magic? In my writing? It’s more likely than you think.”

What is Corgi Knight?

  Corgi knight is my response to the question: “How do you become a man?”. Three months ago I was approached by an English teacher at my college while I was having a loud debate with my friends about controversial subjects in our western society. I don’t mind voicing my opinion but it does sometimesContinue reading “What is Corgi Knight?”

Corgi Knight Begins.

If anyone ever tells you that fiction writing is easy, I want you to smack them right in the head. Aim for a soft spot like the temple or eyes. Fiction writing is hard and it should be hard. I’m starting this book/blog/podcast because it a challenge, because it a magnificent art form and becauseContinue reading “Corgi Knight Begins.”