Well, obviously, with a quick glance at the title, it would definitely be hard for one not to come to the conclusion "Hold it! This boy... He's a fan of murder mysteries and fantasy novels, isn't he!?" ...Obviously, right? (Ace Attorney is a pretty good game too. Spirit channeling is kiiiiiinda like magic, right?) Now, it isn't a nonexistent trope, but not one I really see all too commonly -- a murder mystery with heavy, yet secondary, fantasy themes or a fantasy with heavy, yet secondary, murder mystery themes. However, there's a huge issue with what I wish to do: I feel like the two genres being fused here could limit my audience, as I feel like fans of murder mystery are looking for a more realistic (with minor stretching of the Suspension of Disbelief) albeit thriller tale of a complex murder and the quest to solve it in a more succinct environment, and fans of fantasy would be looking for a less... hopeless form of death when it comes to characters in fantasy, a more fantastical, magical large-scale action-packed conflict, potentially (I would definitely hope) complemented by a well-done complex plot and vast world-building. The conflicts here make it seem like, however I do it, I may be limiting my audience by the taste of fans of either individual genre. Along with that, I'd also simply like to ask what I should look for when going to write this fusion of Murder Mystery and heavy Fantasy to keep it from falling flat on its face.