Sunday, April 14, 2013

Ideas for Virtual Reality Spells

If you play Italo Calvino, you can say "stories" and it enhances the urban ambiance (Calvino is the author of Invisible Cities).

If you play a magical realist, such as Borges, you can say "twisty passages" and the story gets confusingly enchanted (Borges is the author of The Garden of Forking Paths).

If you play a Latin American writer, you can say "he was still there" and everything gets minimalistic (Augusto Monterroso wrote the famous minimalist poem, The Dinosaur, which ends similarly).

Or, perhaps a personality survey can give differing levels of magic power, within categories defined by similarly interesting subjects.

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