So after what felt like forever I finally decided on the ending of my story several months ago. Following this, I soon found myself missing the feeling, not just of creating plots, but of creating them for my characters, in this case the ones exclusive to this series. To try and curb my pangs, I wrote two spin offs of sorts, a prelude and a sequil set in my universe far in the future, with only one of my original characters remaining. While both helped satisfy me, I soon found that it felt.... Wrong to, in my distant future sequil, replace my antagonist, who died at the end of the original series. Today, I concluded it may perhaps be better to change several aspects of my sequil spin off, several more original characters would live and new important ones would be introduced and, at the end, my lead villan from my original series would return and one final war would begin (Much of this is taken from Norse Mythology's "Ragnarok", with my villian playing an alagory of Loki) Though this sounded amazing in my head I realized something; There can easily be too much of a good thing going on here. I find it most fitting, I think, to compare this to what I'd call "Dragon Ball" logic. In short, creating a great story and great concept, continued into a good story with acceptable concept, to totally milking the cash cow. How far should some one continue one project?