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So I want to try an urban fantasy story, but I'm still working out what happens. One idea is that each character has a weapon of choice, though the concept is leaning more towards an RPG angle. Still, what kinds of weapons would one find in an Urban Fantasy, other than spell books and wands and guns?
I took the liberty of removing / amending this:
Because it seems misleading, if not actually incorrect. There's some good points with regards to the roads and the highways and (with qualifications) the Ghibli Hills, but the reason "cities are overrepresented in Urban Fantasy" is because... well, just look at the name, for heaven's sake. "Urban" suggests a large concentration of people in one place — a city, or a fairly large town, in other words. The whole point of Urban Fantasy is to take the common tropes and elements of fantasy fiction — which normally takes place in heavily rural environments and a pre-urban setting — and transplant them to an urban environment. If you're taking away the urban environment, you're removing what makes it Urban Fantasy in the first place.
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