Why NFTs should be seen as the future of worldbuilding
Traditional worldbuilding is broken. It’s time to accept it and start over. The current model is failing and new ways of doing things are required. The future of worldbuilding is an NFT, and while that may sound like the cuckoo in the worldbuilding cocoon, in this blog post I’ll describe why this is the future and why it’s a good thing. Worldbuilding is a craft that has been around for thousands of years and has been with us ever since. It’s a way of allowing a reader to get an idea of where a character is from, how they would act in a certain situation and their possible future plans. However, worldbuilding as we know it today is a sad, sad thing. The genre is static and predictable, leading to bland and samey creations. Even with the rise of virtual and augmented reality, we’re still stuck in the Stone Age when it comes to worldbuilding. That’s why I’m excited about the future of worldbuilding. I believe it’s the new chapter of the hobby, a way of challenging your own imagination and hinting at the things to come.
In this blog post, I’ll discuss why you should embrace new worldbuilding while also embracing the futurism that is virtual and augmented reality, and how you can start creating stories that have the potential to usher in a new era of
What is new worldbuilding?
New worldbuilding is a genre of fiction that uses digital and virtual reality to allow readers to experience a different side of the world. It’s a way of allowing a reader to get an idea of where a character is from, how they would act in a certain situation and their possible future plans.
It can be used for Chronicle books, video games, online stories and more. It’s also becoming more popular due to the rise of virtual reality and augmented reality as technologies continue to develop. By using these technologies, you can create worlds that are truly unique and exciting.
Why embrace new worldbuilding?
There are many reasons why you should embrace new worldbuilding. Here are six of them:
- Worldbuilding is a craft that has been around for thousands of years and has been with us ever since.
- It’s a way of allowing a reader to get an idea of where a character is from, how they would act in a certain situation and their possible future plans.
- It can be used to challenge your own imagination and hint at the things to come.
- Worldbuilding can be used as a way of exploring different lands, cultures and societies – giving you the opportunity to learn more about your readers and the people in your world.
- By embracing new worldbuilding, you open up the possibility for even more interesting and exciting stories to be told in the future.
- Finally, by embracing new worldbuilding, you open up the possibility for your readers to follow your story even further into the future – making it easier for them to connect with the characters and see what happens next!
Virtual and Augmented Reality
Virtual and augmented reality are two of the most important aspects of the future of worldbuilding. While they may seem like a separate topic at first, they’re actually related. Both virtual and augmented reality allow you to create experiences that are otherwise impossible. With virtual reality, you can immerse yourself in an experience and become one with the character or object you’re creating. This is especially helpful for those who don’t have time to travel to a specific location. With Augmented Reality, you can use technology to overlay digital objects on top of real-world objects, providing a much more immersive experience.
This technology is already being used by businesses to help with marketing research and customer service. For example, businesses can use augmented reality to overlay pictures on customer feedback forms so customers can better see what they’re saying. It also allows businesses to use augmented reality to create 3D models of products so customers can get a better idea of how they look before buying them.
The future of worldbuilding – what’s next?
First and foremost, we need to accept that worldbuilding is a craft that has been around for thousands of years and has been with us ever since. It’s a way of allowing a reader to get an idea of where a character is from, how they would act in a certain situation and their possible future plans.
Second, it’s important to embrace the futurism that is virtual and augmented reality. This technology is making worldbuilding more realistic and precise than ever before. In fact, it’s giving us the ability to create stories that have the potential to usher in a new era of worldbuilding. Third, we need to be consistent with our worldbuilding. If we change one thing about it, we risk losing all of the progress we’ve made over the years. Worldbuilding should be consistent with your characters, your story, your setting and your mythology. Otherwise, you run the risk of becoming stale and predictable. Fourth, worldbuilding should be fun. If it isn’t, it won’t be worth the time or effort you put into it. Worldbuilding should be enjoyable for readers and exciting for creators alike. It should be something that makes you want to keep reading and exploring your story because you know there might be something new waiting for you at the end!
NFTs offer a unique new way to worldbuild, allowing you to create worlds that are more engaging and fun than ever before. Not only do they offer a new way to explore the world, but they can also be used as a powerful storytelling tool for fiction, non-fiction and video games. So if you’re looking for a new way to worldbuild, NFTs are the way to go!