I’ll be outlining a protagonist for the Travelers today – the audience viewpoint character, just as new to the world as any readers, used to explore the tumult of the multiverse and the rules that it runs on.
Today I’m going to be continuing from last week’s post; last time I did the broad outline of the multiverse itself, where today I’ll be detailing the most important parts of it. In this case, that means the Travelers, the biggest cliques of them, and some of the regions of the slow tumult of shifting worlds they inhabit.
Today I’m going to finally do something other than explain politely why everything the angry men yelling about a space-wizards-with-laser-swords movie say is completely wrong. I’ll be outlining a setting from the ground up, building something sufficiently detailed that it can have stories told within the boundaries of it.
Today, I’m going to deal with something that I’ve seen talked about a bit, in which people complain about the behavior of the First Order in The Last Jedi, and why their behavior absolutely makes sense.
Spoilers follow after the break.
So 2018 is here, the day job has stopped being a holiday whirlwind of frustration, lost sleep, and anxiety, and it is time to lay out my intent for the year ahead for all y’all.
I’ll be talking about The Last Jedi and why I think it’s a fantastically told story, with each component fitting into the movie smoothly. Be warned – I’m going to assume you’ve seen the movie, so there will be spoilers ahead.