Category Archives: Today’s Clichés

Father Arin of Herongarde: A Priest Who Goes Adventuring


For giggles, I thought I try my hand at responding to one of the “Today’s Cliche” prompts from last week. The challenge was to develop a character based on the prompt in something like 2000 words. This is a character … Continue reading

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Elite guards who aren’t.

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Today’s Cliché


Character: Priests who go adventuring.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Elves, orcs, dwarves, trolls, dragons, unicorns and any other race that has appeared in Dungeons and Dragons.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Societies with no discernible economic structure.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Worlds where the nobility are all corrupt and/or perverted.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Virtual reality used to create a game environment that becomes real, trapping the players in that created world.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Large-breasted Amazons in tiny brassieres who have no trouble keeping their clothes on, let alone their balance.

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Today’s Cliché


Plot: Hero has a wise old teacher who turns out the be his grandfather or mother.

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Today’s Cliché


Setting: Fantasy societies based off of the Celts or Norsemen.

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