Time flies when you're having fun, man! The trick is to write about your passion...and this month you definitely seem to have found one!
I'll give you that one JB.Though I love fantasy, it isn't a passion for me like superheroes.Them I can go on about all day ;)
Between the setting and the system research, I imagine that you are being wowed and inspired by the material. Fantasy can do that too, but (in this case, anyhow) it's more of a brainstorming process so you're not stumbling across a well-baked idea to gush about.
Well to be honest I am looking at the material I have done over the past 25 years and am more than a little embarrassed by some of it ;)The scary part is ideas I had as a teenager are superior in a lot of ways to ideas I had in my 20s... that's scary no?Fantasy is awesome and I think we can agree the World of Aeran was pretty outstanding (and will be again) but even then, I never output for fantasy like I do for superheroes. Or Star Trek, I tend to do a lot for Star Trek too.
Yeah, but Star Trek most often is a smartening on the setting, so one has their work cut out for them - throw Janeway in the clink, lose the friendly house-broken borg, look up Berman and Braga's addresses to facilitate an... accident. You know, the usual. ;)