Talk:3.5e Diseases

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Disease Contributions[edit]

I will be back to add some more later, my fingers hurt from typing (too much!) and I have to rest up for the Halo ODST tournament tomorrow... Hope these contributions are acceptible, because I have many many more! Chimandera 23:31, 20 September 2009 (MDT)

If you would not mind could you please make the text of the paramater not a space away (e.g. |infectiondc=<!--here--> not |infectiondc= <!--here-->). Also, could you not remove the extra blank line before the breadcrumb (e.g. (with the &nbsp;'s being a blank line)
text text
 
 
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). --Green Dragon 18:18, 21 September 2009 (MDT)
I wasn't aware that mattered, but I will take it into account. Chimandera 00:31, 26 September 2009 (MDT)
Well to be honest it just makes it look worse and is not standard on D&D Wiki. It does not change the content at all of course though. --Green Dragon 00:34, 26 September 2009 (MDT)
Also, one more thing: Could you possibly change from doing ability score abbreviations in caps to the first letter being uppercase and the rest being lowercase? --Green Dragon 01:20, 26 September 2009 (MDT)
I have to locate my rheumatic fever page, so I'm leaving the info as it is now (no use in putting up incorrect info). As for the scores, I usually do that to make it stick out when reading the text, but whatever. Chimandera 01:54, 26 September 2009 (MDT)
D&D's standard is to not capitalize ability score abbreviations. In any case do you mind sharing your opinion about the amount of links on pages like Adentitis (3.5e Disease)? --Green Dragon 04:12, 26 September 2009 (MDT)

Referring to DCs and adjustments[edit]

I wonder if it might be helpful for those wishing to use the diseases, if we added a DC adjustment guide to the main page. (Or created a suggestion page for it.) I have this method for my own games because I thought it appropriate (as we had no cleric/paladin who could cure them) to include modifiers for an average adventurer who may or may not have Heal as a class skill, much less put any ranks in it. Our PCs hardly ever do that. I have my chart set up like this (using the DM guide's method of adjustment):

Situation/Circumstance........DC adjustment

PC has medical tools..........-2

(surgical, first aid, etc)

PC has medical knowledge......-2

(Profession skill nurse/doctor)

PC has 5 or more ranks........-2

in Heal

PC has no medical tools.......+2

PC has no medical knowledge...+2

PC has no ranks in Heal.......+2

(or a negative)

Any comments? Chimandera 01:15, 26 September 2009 (MDT)

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