A story in which dragons discuss and seek the legendary “humans,” an adaptive, hyper-intelligent bipedal species who built machines capable of moving mountains, yet disappeared from the face of the world before any of the dragons were born.
An egg that hatches out two different species, bound to each other as a family of sorts.
A world made of a collection of small planets and moons revolving around each other somehow. If you can’t think of a way this could be possible, you’re not alone.
Kids are named based on the first word(s) they say several years into life.
Modular humans with upgradable parts who make tech advancements every couple months. Because of this, people become more and more powerful and versatile, and this process shows no sign of stopping or even slowing.
A world where magic and technology are reversed, where technology is looked at as a strange niche interest and magic is what drives innovation.
A world in which people have lifespans of around 80 days, where each day represents about a year of our time.
A meteor smacks into the world and the wave of stuff that radiates out contains chemicals that give everyone superpowers — literally everyone. Everyone in the world who the meteor didn’t kill has superpowers.
A communication forum only accessible from four points in the world, located in the middle of four gigantic cities. These cities have massive populations, but the flow of communication is limited to important information, e.g. government and legal stuff, sometimes medical emergencies if the patient is important enough.
A certain species or race capable of equalizing the volume of any sound within normal hearing range (for that race or species). While this sounds extremely convenient at first, imagine how the enemies of these people could use the sounds they’ve literally tuned out to get the drop on them.