Talk:Crimson Armor (3.5e Campaign Seed)

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Should this be deleted? It was made by an IP (good chance the IP will not finish it) and it has no content on it. So, should this be deleted? --Green Dragon 18:05, 10 April 2007 (MDT)

My guess is that they thought this was like wikipedia and so added an "entry" about their own setting. lol In any case, lets leave it for a few days and, if they don't return, then delete it. —EldritchNumen 18:31, 10 April 2007 (MDT)
Sounds good. --Green Dragon 19:08, 10 April 2007 (MDT)
Due to my limited knowledge on how this wed site works, I have spent a few hours a day trying to get my entry to look like the rest. But it seems that something is a-miss when I placed this entry and the only little bits and pieces that are added in the discussion block are "delete?”
I would like to work on this some more...but since I have other responsibilities to attend to, I can't be on every day of every week. I believe my campaign has a lot of interesting pieces that can prove to help some DMs that like the same things I do (a deeply constructed plot design) and I would really enjoy sharing it with everyone (even though I understand that this can be sabotaged by just the click of an edit button).
So in conclusion, can you please not delete this until I have all my notes complied so that you all aren't making fun of my strange world instead of my limited understanding of wiki ways.
Thank you,
New member, Mark C Klingseisen 13:19, 17 April 2007
Hello Mark C Klingseisen. When we are talking about deleting this we, at least I, do not mean this is not good—it is just that it is not done and it appeared that it would never get done (A Campaign Setting added by an IP, and I believe that CS's are the hardest things to get people to stay and keep working on...). Anyway, if you are willing to keep working on it by all means it will stay. If you want to see what a more or less "done" CS looks like please see the Endhaven. If you will notice the wikiworld has everything about it present from gods to people that are in this world. So, and the reason your CS was proposed to be deleted, was that it had none of this information present. What I would recommend you to do first is to add more history about this world and it will, bit by bit, look more and more complete. Sorry for proposing to delete your CS. Also, wikis cannot "be sabotaged by just the click of an edit button", they have an intricate way of stopping spam from Recent Changes to rollback and revert functions. Anyway, your CS is not at risk here and I do not want you to think that it is dangerous to put content on D&D Wiki, as it odviously is not. --Green Dragon 17:49, 17 April 2007 (MDT)
Ok, sweetness! Thanks for the reply...I was a bit worried...Again, I am working on it as fast as I can cause the players who are actually in this campaign have been asking me about it. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mklingseisen (talkcontribs) 19:08, 17 April 2007 (MDT). Please sign your posts!
I am just glad that I now know that this will not die now... :). --Green Dragon 22:51, 17 April 2007 (MDT)


Sylvania is a copyrightof Games Workshop, and it appears in the text. I suggest replacing it. --Sam Kay 12:08, 20 August 2007 (MDT)

Do you mean that just the name is bad, or is this setting a copyright violation? --Green Dragon 19:37, 22 August 2007 (MDT)
Just the name. --Sam Kay 07:45, 30 August 2007 (MDT)
Hm... Well, I guess a name change would then be a good idea. Any ideas on a good name? --Green Dragon 17:53, 6 September 2007 (MDT)
How about Mortius? --Sam Kay 05:35, 6 October 2007 (MDT)
Sounds fine. --Green Dragon 13:42, 7 October 2007 (MDT)
I was unaware that there is a copyright out for "Sylvania". I actually modified the name from the light-bulb company to name my kingdom. Of course, most of the other materials that are used in this campaign can technically be "copyright protected". Then nothing that has the name "dungeons and dragons" cannot be used because that is a copyright name from Wizards of the Coast for example. I do not believe I am gaining a profit from this either and that Gameworks name can been used in a different context. Is Sylvania a kingdom in the Gameworks system? Also, I then should delete all context from the Final Fantasy setting that I use as well as Diablo. I have not copied anything word for word out of any book, but the idea has been warped to fit my campaign. If this is not an acceptable reply, let me know and I will drop this altogether.
Thanks, Mklingseisen 14:13, 14 November 2007
Oops, let me correct myself...Games Workshop...not Gameworks. My apologies for the typo.
Also, upon my is proclaimed "state of sylvania" not Kingdom, so I do not know how they can be confused or infringe on the copyright. Also, the court of Sylvania is a discription of a place and not the game itself. You can not copyright a discription of something, but the way the game (warhammer(c)) is played is protected under the copyright. Mklingseisen 14:13, 14 November 2007
I guess it should be okay to keep the name the say it is.... --Green Dragon 16:00, 14 November 2007 (MST)

Object Info[edit]

Right away I want to point out that I am not very good about adding these sort of things as you can already tell.

I have the completed information on the Crimson Armor items and would like to add them to the artifact section. I read all the rules but since I worry about not completing it properly, can I add the info to this page just to be moved later? I would like it to link up with this campaign setting but I fear I would not be able to get it done correctly. Just let me know if this can be done. Thanks. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mklingseisen (talkcontribs) 08:48, 6 December 2007 (MST). Please sign your posts!

Actually if you just add the equipment items to their own separate pages I would be more than happy to look over them and fix them for you. --Green Dragon 00:04, 13 December 2007 (MST)
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