When it comes to high fantasy, how deep do you go in your worldbuilding? Are you like Tolkien, where you know every single event that's happened since the beginning of time? Are you like Sanderson, where you keep the worldbuilding mostly to what's relevant to the main plot? Or are you like [insert third author I'm too tired to think of] where you focus almost entirely on the characters and rarely (if ever) mention the world they're in at all? While I'm fascinated by the lore authors like Tolkien create, I've never been able to do that myself. I'm more of a Sanderson level worldbuilder, because I like delving into the histories and mythologies of my worlds, but I try not to let it distract from the main plot. If it doesn't effect the main characters in some way, I don't bother thinking it up.