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I've edited about 5 or 6 pages so far. I tend to complete abandoned pages. If you have anything from 3.5 you'd like me to work on, just post it right here
- Hi AboveJester, welcome to D&DWiki - great to know that you'll be working on abandoned pages, that's a task with much-needed attention. Marasmusine (talk) 02:07, 24 August 2012 (MDT)
 sacred blacksmith
You should add alingment requierments or allow soul shaper levels to count they are all skilled smiths. However if I was playing a soul shaper I would just try to kill and craft a sacred blacksmith to gain his skills without using my levels.
 I have a proposition for you
i was taking a break from our Edit war, to try of think of a better solution then just continuing an edit war, i was going to place this on the time lord page but by the time i thought of it the page was under a 24 hour edit protection, but i digress i realized why we had conflicting ideals, i wanted the page to show an Average Time Lord, while you wanted a Gifted Time Lord. and the reason i was fighting so hard is you did seem to like "some" of my ideas but i wanted the page how it was before my party was rolling its first time lord and you edited back sooner then expected, i was going to take your advice and make my own page for them but have them under "monsters" with a link on my page linking to yours titled "gifted time-lord" and request that you put everything back the way it was before i got my grubby little hands on it, with your +8 int and what not, and in return you have a link to my page titled "the average time-lord" while this will take a little bit of time because i plan to have my page complete with a sample time lord solider and a spread sheet for each one of the doctors and the masters (and for shits and giggles james bonds) regenerations, because i was thinking about how the regeneration should be based on the information on the wiki, the show, and the movies (ironically enough james bonds characteristics fit perfectly) think about how vastly different each doctor and master was i was thinking both our regeneration sections should look like this
when a time lord dies of un-natural causes, he regenerates as if using the reincarnation ability. The player has to then completely overhaul his character with the only thing he keeps is the name, alignment, equipment, and knowledge. re rolling stats, gender, and class and taking 2d10 (x10) (max 200) off there current age
- Forced Regeneration:
when a time lord reaches the physical age of 10,000 his hearts just can't go on and he is forced to regenerate, this brings the time lord back to level 1 of his current class, but keeps ALL his stats, feats, gender, name, equipment, and knowledge of his last regeneration, and puts his physical age at 100. making a timelords true max age 12,880. before he is out of forced regenerations
Hope you like it, there are some of the tables that i edited on your page that i am gonna wait till the protection is up so i have a nice template to start from, but for this to work best it would be greatly appreciated if when i was done you put your original revision of the (gifted) time lord.