Hey there cool kids. Fantasy is great and I love writing it. I'm in the process fantasy-ing right now. But I've hit a wall and I come seeking advice. In story, things are standard medieval fantasy. People fight with swords and shields, build castles with slave labor, and whip peasants who don't farm fast enough--like ya do. Then all of the sudden, fantasy_race.jpeg enters the fray and introduces humans to magic. The two races have a good ole' fashioned tussle and it ends with both being on okay terms. But humans are like "*@&! those guys, yeah? Ass holes tried to enslave us". So all the human nations of the world pool their allowance money and build a secret cool-kids-club whose purpose is to build weapons and advance magic, science, and technology as fast as they possibly can. They do this so that if fantasy_race.jpeg tries any more bullshit, humans can wipe their smug faces off the smug face of their smug earth. All the greatest philosophers, scientists, and wizards in the world are sent to this organization. My goal is to end up with a very small group of people who are years ahead of the world in terms of advancements. So what kind of advancements could a fantasy science lab with unlimited resources develop over 50 years? What would they build, what would they try? Transportation, weapons, natural phenomena... what would human beings attempt if they had the resources to try anything they could imagine? How fast could a small society reasonably develop in a span of 50 years given that they devote 90% of their time to making things they already have better? Thanks for any help and insight you've got!