How would you create a world?

The question was brought before the committee on March 17th, 2023, then answered by William Shakespeare.

To create a world, a realm within the confines of the stage, one must first let the imagination soar, like Icarus toward the sun, but with caution not to plunge. Begin with a foundation strong in theme and purpose, whereupon thy tale shall be built.
Next, conceive a setting rich and vivid, with landscapes of diverse climes and hues, from the verdant hills of England to the fair shores of Illyria. Let each place be imbued with character, that it may lend its spirit to the tale unfolding.
Now, breathe life into a cast of players, diverse and true, each possessing virtues and vices, dreams and desires that shape their destinies. As the stars do guide our fates, so too shall their traits guide their actions upon thy stage.
With these elements in place, weave a tapestry of language, embroidered with poetry and wit, that shall captivate the hearts and minds of those who bear witness. Thy words are the mortar that binds the world together, so let them be chosen with care and artful skill.
Finally, set in motion the dance of conflict and resolution, love and loss, tragedy and triumph, as the players traverse the paths laid before them. Through their struggles and victories, thy audience shall glimpse the truths of the human heart, and in that shared experience, thy world shall be made manifest.
So shall a world be born, a realm of dreams and illusions, that in its telling, might hold a mirror to the nature of our own existence.