Okay, hi! So, I believe in making up a world as far as fantasy goes (versus playing it out on earth). It's not that I can't come up with a world, but I can't ever tell where to start. I know I should start with sheets and sheets for reference points, maybe sketch out a map, etc. I'm really bad at describing buildings because I lack the vocabulary in that area, but anyway, I guess my question is: how do you do it? Any of you, I mean. World-build? What sort of steps do you take to remember how you've set up a city, and how do you choose to set up a city? For instance, the place where I've set my character has been bouncing between port city and not for a while. Then deciding the size... I guess, creating something believable, engaging, and not too predictable. And, of course, what to include: what are the moral values of a whole people? Or, rather, a variety of peoples if you're character will be traversing the countryside (as mine will). What makes a fictional fantasy city believable and tangible to the reader for you, if you don't write fantasy yourself? /ramble.