Notes

“Land Travel Before Engines”

At Mythcreants, Chris Winkle writes about the difference between overland travel in fantasy and in historical reality. “Many fantasy stories involve traveling from one city to another, often in worlds without engine technology. Before cars and trains, traveling over land was exhausting and dangerous. The logistics of a trip were completely different from today. Here’s what you should know before your characters wander through an enchanted forest or sneak into enemy territory.”

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  1. Fantastic piece. I knew some of this but it was a great summary, I learned some things and remembering the rest was lovely. Thanks!

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