[Poll Results] Overused Character Tropes in Fantasy

Thank you, Richie, for this fabulously informational post! I will use this to plan my fantasy WIP. 🙂

Richie Billing

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The point ought to be made at the outset that this post is by no means intended to discourage writers from writing their stories in a particular way. Rather, the purpose of this research is to give writers an insight into readers’ minds with the hope of helping them with their craft.

Tried and tested tropes are popular for a reason—they work. People like them. They make for enjoyable, engaging reads. And many of these tropes are synonymous with the fantasy genre, a genre that at the moment seems to be taking a step back and looking at itself…

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