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3-16-2012 @ 2:18PM
Like an earlier commenter said, the books don't have to be about the faction leaders and whatnot. The story can be about folks who can have huge stories that our characters (and the world at large) never notice.Think, for example, of the Forgotten Realms novels. There are exceptions, but most of the time the stories don't leave huge disruptions in the status quo. Sure, the locals will remember the day those adventurers fought off the scary-bad dragon... but these things happen, and aside from the scorched fields where the battle took place, there's not much left to show that it happened; and next year, the adventurers have moved on (there were dark cultists behind the dragon attack, after all), the dragon's corpse has decayed, and the fields have been replanted.
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