Over the next few months, you will probably learn a great deal about world building. As you learn, your worlds will progress in complexity and detail. However, it is important to remember to start small and build up. Pick one scene, one place, or one character and flesh it out, then build from there. This point is like the hub of a wheel. The rest of the world is built outward from it. Some points will be very illustrated. These can be seen as where the wheel rim and the spokes connect or the hub and the spokes. All that connects these points, be they spokes or rim, are parts of your world, often not so fully described as the major connection points. Today, we are going to start with a simple hub: a tavern in the seedy part of town. Using as much detail (or as little) as you prefer, describe the tavern. You may simply wish to describe it physically: how it looks, smells, tastes, feels, and sounds. You may wish to describe how it bends space around it or how it functions when it comes to magic. You may also want to describe the tone of the place, patrons, and events that seem to recur, such as sheriff's visits or bar fights. This bar might have only humans, it may have aliens or other species, and it can be on any sort of planet you want. Just make it convincing! Have fun and happy building!