Are you a fan of the Fantasy genre? A sucker for wizards, elf-bowmen, powerful sorceresses and evil trolls? Love the works of Brandon Sanderson, G.R.R. Martin or Tolkien? Did you enjoy the Lord of the Rings or Game of Thrones?
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Writing code is one of my favorite past times and so is reading fantasy books. For this project I wanted to mix these two passions of mine and try to make something awesome out of it.
In fantasy we usually have the idea of magic, usually very powerful, very obscure and only at the reach of a few dedicated individuals. There’s also different schools or types of magic, pyromancy deals with fire magic, allomancy relates to magic triggered by metals, necromancy is all about death magic, raising armies of skeletons and zombies, immortality, etc.
I thought that drawing a parallel between magic and what we programmers do daily would be perfect. Because it is obscure to the untrained mind and requires a lot of work and study to get into, and because we have the power to create things out of nothing.