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I agree with the rating, but as the creator, curious as to what I could provide to improve the information here. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks.13:51, 10 May 2007 (MDT)
- It looks quite good, actually. I'd suggest first adding more information about Religion (you have gods listed, but no information on how religion fits into everyday life or how the cosmology works; you don't have to add tons more information on these, but should at least specify in a few broad sentences how it works). Then, I'd undertake the long task of adding significantly more information about geography and points of notice: kingdoms, notable NPCs, possible plot hooks, local histories, and politics (especially between kingdoms and important groups within those kingdoms). It look like you've got quality material, just more needs to be added. Thanks for contributing to the wiki! –EldritchNumen 21:25, 10 May 2007 (MDT)
- I've got alot of information for our homebrew world, too much really. What do you feel I can add that will help push this to a 5/5 and really bring it to life? 11:54, 11 November 2008 (MST)
For some reason I can't get this main Valgora page to have the Table of Contents menu for easy navigation. I know how to do it and have done it on basically every subpage. Any ideas?11:38, 18 November 2008 (MST)
- The above isn't an issue anymore with this new Main Page, though the Valgora (Valgora Supplement) page could use someone with link skills. 13:02, 20 November 2008 (MST)
How did you come up with the name "Valgora"? Because that happens to be my name, and as far as I know, there are only about 12 people in the US with that name. I'd love to know. YOu can email me at email@example.com Thanks. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) . Please sign your posts!
- Responded via email. However, for those interested, here is the story: Growing up there was an elderly man named Charles Valgora, who was a WW1 vet who would tell the neighborhood kids great stories. Anyways, years later he passed on and, when learning his birth date, discovered he would of either had to lie to join the military or was actually not in WW1. Instead of being alarmed, it was hilarious - you would have just had to know Mr. Valgora, as he was a storyteller. Anyways, years later I began RPGs with the game Werewolf:the Apocalypse and my first character was named Jason Valgora in honor of him. The term stuck with me and in time when making our own setting, and using the history of that character (though retconned for a D20 system) used the name for the setting. In short, a war-filled character who slowly became peaceful became the analogy used for a war-torn world that slowly imploded and refound itself as a peaceful world. 06:24, 17 September 2009 (MDT)