What would a medieval society without access to metal look like? How would things like wagons, weapons, coinage, and tools be different?
"Medieval" in this sense would mean something like feudal Japan, medieval Europe, or the Muslim/Arab nations during the Crusades period. Technology is different without metal, but they understand the basics of medicine (like disease) but not concepts like bacteria or genetics, they have roads, the wheel, tamed animals, boats capable of at least limited ocean voyages, farming, semi-accurate cartography, books written by hand on paper or paper-like materials, some form of carpentry or stone work that enables fortifications like castles, etc.
- Metal still exists in the world (and in plants/animals/people). It just isn't used by this society for anything
- No fantasy creatures like dragons or dwarves. Only real animals and plants
- Topography, geography, and climate can be anything found on Earth
- Magic exists, but I'm looking at how things would be without magic. Explaining the magic system would be unnecessarily involved for this question. I can take your ideas and add magic to it