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Archive 13 |

Can Druids Wear Studded Leather?[edit]

heyo, Corvus here :3. got that lovely maybe automated welcome message xP rofl and i DO have a random question. My group and I have argued nonstop for a week now over whether studded leather counts as metal armor... and thus whether or not druids can wear it your thoughts would help XD. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Corvus0 (talkcontribs) 13:41, 3 November 2008 (MDT). Please sign your posts!

Any questions relating to the mechanics of D&D should be placed on Discussion. Thanks! --Green Dragon 06:44, 20 November 2008 (MST)

Problem with CO Showing Up[edit]

hi I posted a optimized character build and i was wondering how do i get my name on it to let people know that i posted it? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Elmo (talkcontribs) 13:37, 5 November 2008 (MDT). Please sign your posts!

What's the name of this CO? It's all based on categories, so if you could supply me a link or the name of your CO I would be more then willing to take a look at it. --Green Dragon 13:53, 5 November 2008 (MST)

My Nomination[edit]

Was that meant to be a re-nomination, just now? The only reason I quit in the first place was that I knew that my contributions as an admin would be far below what you said you wanted. However, at this point in time I have school pretty much together, and I could probably take on that extra bit of responsibility now. If you still feel like I'd make a good admin, I'd be glad to give it another shot. --Daniel Draco 13:41, 5 November 2008 (MST)

Thoughts? --Daniel Draco 05:39, 20 November 2008 (MST)
Oh, sorry. I accidentally added your nomination again because I got it mixed up with the LD one. Sorry. Although if you feel that you have school under control enough, and would like to become an admin once again, I would most definitely support you. --Green Dragon 05:53, 20 November 2008 (MST)
Alright, thanks :) I'll nominate myself now. --Daniel Draco 06:07, 20 November 2008 (MST)
Though it occurs to me that I don't know what to title the new nomination page... --Daniel Draco 06:09, 20 November 2008 (MST)
Lol, I know. I have been thinking about the name of the page for a bit now (that was part of the reason it took forever to get back to this discussion, the rest was that I have been playing StarCraft a bit recently), however do you think adding a two at the end would good? Then it would not interfere with the backslash, and it would distinguish it from your old nomination. --Green Dragon 06:18, 20 November 2008 (MST)
That works. Don't have time to do it now though, I'm at school and I've got to get to class soon. If you (or anyone else reading this, for that matter) would like to nominate me, feel free to do so. Otherwise, I'll do it later today. --Daniel Draco 06:26, 20 November 2008 (MST)
Well, welcome to adminship once again. --Green Dragon 14:48, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Flaws[edit]

Dear Admin, I hope I'm not being too forward, but I've been starting to edit people's entries, specifically the races for 4th Homebrew. I may be coming off a little too hasty, but I've been studying the races and the overall goal of 4th, and some of them have come off as a little overpowered. I hope no one is getting too mad, but I'll continue to trying making helpful edits that bring both balance and flavor to the entries here on D&D Wiki. It can be fun coming up with powerful races, but it can lessen the experience if they have a character that's kicking more ass than everyone else. D&D doesn't have any set rules, but my months of study have helped me find some of the guide lines that can help to make a balanced character. Sincerely, Manawolf 17:35, 6 November 2008 (MDT)

The best is pointing the flaw in the article on the talk page. Editing without permission is a little cheesy.--Lord Dhazriel 18:25, 6 November 2008 (MST)
Although right now if you can find a way to make the flaws which have no in-game effect (just roleplaying effects) have game mechanic effects it would be a great time to edit them and save them. --Green Dragon 14:20, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Page Inclusion[edit]

Do you know how to use this template: {{Anypagename}} (the one of the paladin's page)... to get a specific section? If not then would it be hard for me to make one? --Sabre070 01:44, 7 November 2008 (MST)

I cannot find and do not know of any template by that name. A link would be appreciated. --Green Dragon 13:10, 8 November 2008 (MST)
On the Paladin page.. How it includes the content from the paladin's mount.--Sabre070 17:13, 8 November 2008 (MST)
By putting a colon in front of the page name, you can include a page directly using curly braces. ie {{:User:Green Dragon}} would include Green Dragon's user page directly. Try it out in the sandbox. --Aarnott 20:07, 8 November 2008 (MST)
I was wondering if it could be used to get a section of page? EG. If I just wanted to take this "Help!" section. --Sabre070 20:13, 8 November 2008 (MST)
If you surround the section you want in <includeonly> then it should do what you want. Take a look at Gravity Warrior. On the bottom it has an included NPC, however only the stat block is included. This should help answer your questions. --Green Dragon 02:01, 9 November 2008 (MST)

Vacation[edit]

Hello all. In about a months time I will be taking a three month vacation around Europe. Unfortunately, during this vacation, I will not be able to log onto D&D Wiki very often (however, I will be bringing my laptop — I just am not sure how often I will have an internet connection). To make it so new admins can be elected, and to keep D&D Wiki running smoothly, I have appointed Sledged and Dmilewski as Bureaucrats, Check users, ipcheckers, and patrollers. --Green Dragon 10:43, 10 November 2008 (MST)

Time for more pro-Sledged propaganda! Enjoy your vacation. I hope to be in Spain half a year from now myself. —Sledged (talk) 20:18, 10 November 2008 (MST)
I'll do what I can. --Dmilewski 20:39, 11 November 2008 (MST)
Enjoy your vacation AND have fun. --Sabre070 20:40, 11 November 2008 (MST)
Today, Tomorrow, or Monday I will be leaving on my vacation. I decided against bringing my laptop (in case it gets stolen), so I doubt I will be able to log on to D&D Wiki to often, however I will try to at least keep up with my user talk page. Right now I am in Germany and I will journey for about a week to London, spend a week or two in England (maybe see Scotland, Whales, etc), find a flight to Sweden, stay their a week as well, and then find another flight to Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Turkey, etc). I am planning on spending two months in that area (hopefully go to Cyrprus as well, maybe Crete too), and see a bit of that area. It should be fun, and (everybody) keep up with D&D Wiki and please watch out for vandalism. --Green Dragon 02:19, 6 December 2008 (MST)
Aye aye Captain. ;) --Sabre070 02:21, 6 December 2008 (MST)
Enjoy your time in Sweden[1].   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   06:42, 6 December 2008 (MST)
I'm back. --Green Dragon 07:33, 6 March 2009 (MST)

Templates[edit]

I added the '3e description' to each of the templates, but the description doesn't show in the templates page. Does it take time to refresh the descriptions? Or did I do something wrong? --Sabre070 13:20, 12 November 2008 (MST)

Disregard this message, I read your reply. --Sabre070 13:22, 12 November 2008 (MST)

Advice[edit]

Months ago I went to Eldritch, but I see he has stepped down and is infrequent, so I thought I'd come to you. We've just recently wrapped up a three year game in our home world, and I really enjoy the setting and have been working on adding it to the wiki for others to use or adapt as they wish. Its listed under Valgora (DnD Campaign Setting). I've just completed the subarticles for two of the three continents and am working on the third at the moment. I'm trying to make it easy to read and understand for the common D&D enthusiast reading the wiki. Just wondering if you think it makes sense or any changes you would make if it were you. Thanks.   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   13:43, 12 November 2008 (MST)

Personally I would make the entire thing a little smaller. Instead of making it have infinite lands with infinite possibilities and choices, I would choose a specific amount of kingdoms and make pages about them. Then instead of dpl'ing all the races, classes, etc, I would go through many of them and see which fit into which kingdoms. And if you even have time elaborate down to the town scale, and quests available from that town. Just what I would do — although it works as it currently is as well. --Green Dragon 08:38, 14 March 2009 (MDT)

Favored of Lolth Questions[edit]

Hi, my name is Travis. I've been playing various drow for a long time, and I recently decided to look for something a little different, which is when I stumbled across your Favored of Lolth page. I do have a few questions though, if you have the time to spare. For one, when in hybrid form, a Favored takes up four squares; do they actually morph into a large size, or are they just more horizontal. Two, I thought any drow based character learned the drow sign language, so shouldn't that be an automatic language? Also, I had a few suggestions/requests. If the Favored is a were-creature, could it have a venomous attack to 'infect' other characters, at least drow, as a werewolf does? Could they also have tremorsense, as other spiders do? Also, do the extra eyes proffer any benefit, such as a bonus on spot checks? Furthermore, while the Favored gains claws, does she have any special unarmed attack? Another idea I had while looking over your hybrid form was to give the Favored a fully transformed form. A monstrous spider of medium or large size would seem appropriate. Since the Favored are such adamant worshippers, I would also consider allowing them Weapon Proficiency with whips, Lolth's favored weapon. That said, I have one easy/stupid question, which is; if used as a template to transform a drow into a were-spider, since the drow has many of the same traits (adding to its own LA +2), would the LA be just a +3 total, instead of stacking a +4 on top? Thanks for your consideration, sorry this was so long. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 38.115.20.73 (talkcontribs) 09:36, 13 November 2008 (MDT). Please sign your posts!

No, I think they were all great ideas to change the race with. And I agree. Some flavor text surrounding the transformation of sizes needs to be added. Also maybe drow-sign lauguage could be added a bonus launguage, since it is not neccasily a main lauguage on drow, but still fits the theme. Or added as a standard launguage — which ever fits better. And I agree with giving them proficiency with the whip, since it as well fits the theme. And by infect do you mean have their fangs give SRD:Lycanthrope to the individual like the werewolf's do? Although that would probablly have to be fitted well in with the LA. --Green Dragon 14:48, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Sohei[edit]

Hello, I am adding a Sohei Class type. It is in 4e format. I did not realize that this site separated by edition. If you would please move this I think it would help prospecting 4e-ers. I tried to move it on my own, but failed. Thanks, Eazy E 17:40, 14 November 2008 (MDT)

There we go, that should do it. --Green Dragon 07:40, 14 March 2009 (MDT)

4e Drider[edit]

Dear Green Dragon, I've been looking over your Drider entry for 4th edition classes, and think you did some things right, but some things were a little off. I have edited it a little, and some of which mainly for balancing issues, others because it was a little off. I cut down the ability score to just a DEX and CHA because just giving the choice of any of the three physical ability bonuses makes the class overpowered. Also, it made more since for the web power to restrain the foe, because that is what the normal drider does, but having the playable one only last for one round seems like more than enough to balance it out since the monster version lasts until a successful saving throw, not to mention the less range and standard action makes it equal to the drow's Darkfire power. Keep up the good work, but just remember that 4th edition is all about balance. Signed, Manawolf 18:45, 21 November 2008 (MDT)

Just as an FYI, it is normally good form to discuss any ideas you have about an entry on the articles "discussion" page. That allows the original author a chance to decide if proposed changes are still in line with their vision of the creation, or not. The author can then make any (if any) changes to their creations. If you think something is badly written or incomplete, and it appears to have been abandoned by the author, you can always "adopt" it, but you should make a concentrated effort to be sure it has been orphaned (and I believe there is a formal list of pages looking to be "adopted"). But if the article is "owned" and your ideas are a huge change to how something is written you may just want to create a "Variant" version of it. When articles say; "Please feel free to edit constructively!" that normally refers to spelling and grammer. Don't take it as license to rewrite someones work before asking. -- Sepsis 18:58, 21 November 2008 (MST)
Oh, and Sam Kay would be the one to talk to about the driders. They are his race. --Green Dragon 16:16, 25 November 2008 (MST)

Google Talk[edit]

Do you use google talk? or the in browser talk? If so, use it now ;) --Sabre070 20:26, 22 November 2008 (MST)

I do not really use google talk too often. --Green Dragon 16:16, 24 November 2008 (MST)

Hello[edit]

The Green Dragon. Thanks for the welcome post. I understand that more than likely it is a form letter of sorts but I just wanted to let you know that I am very appreciative of this site and its interesting material. I have found that just perusing the content has gotten my ideas flowing and I am already in the middle of what might be one of my best written adventures yet. Thanks so much and Happy Thanksgiving. Greg (Dralco) Lawrence --Dralco 15:23, 24 November 2008 (MST)

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well, and I am glad you have found some of the things here on D&D Wiki inspiring! Welcome again. --Green Dragon 16:16, 24 November 2008 (MST)

To Do List[edit]

I noticed on the D&DWiki To Do list that there is a section of Sourcebooks that wish to be made, and just wanted to clarify if I understand what is wanted. Are you just wanted a generic setting for each specific time/place/society given? I.e. I read the Egyptian Sourcebook page and its basically a campaign setting layout for generic anchient egypt? Because this seems doable to me if thats what you're wanting.   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   14:30, 2 December 2008 (MST)

I think Talk:Publication List#To Do is what you are looking for. --Green Dragon 15:27, 2 December 2008 (MST)

Patrolling Edits[edit]

Is there a way to make a page not have to be patrolled. That way we could use Storage Boxes and make things in storage not have to be patrolled until they are implemented. (Reduces number of patrolled edits) --Sabre070 18:17, 2 December 2008 (MST)

There is no way to mark certain page as auto-patrolled which I know of. I doubt it exists because then a clever spammer could add the template to a page, vandalise it, and no one would be the wiser. --Green Dragon 06:35, 3 December 2008 (MST)
It's done on a user by user basis though (through MediaWiki). If a user is a "Check User" (I think that's the one) they can select a function which marks their edits as auto-patrolled. Dmilewski and I have it turned I believe, I don't think Sledged or Blue Dragon do though. --Green Dragon 14:12, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Welcome Message[edit]

Hello. Just a quick note. I know that the Welcome Message you use provides some great links over to wikipedia help and policy pages. I was just wondering, the line that still reads something to the effect of "...please use Wikipedia's Dispute Resolution...", is that valid. I mean, we can't really use their dispute center for this wiki, and just changing it do D&Dwiki doesn't make sense. Thoughts, or am I just overanalyzing something most people wont notice?   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   13:08, 4 December 2008 (MST)

Your completely right. I removed that bit. --Green Dragon 15:15, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Your Content[edit]

Do you actually get any time to yourself to upload content? Or don't you have the reason/creativity to do it? I just haven't seen you add your own content.. --Sabre070 03:29, 5 December 2008 (MST)

Yeah, I added a few things (but I put them all up for adoption a bit ago though). --Green Dragon 14:09, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Elf Variant[edit]

Hi. Could you look over the 4e Elf Variant to see if it ready to be a featured article, please? Thanks in advance. --Sam Kay 10:05, 21 December 2008 (MST)

I took a look at it. --Green Dragon 14:07, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Wanderer[edit]

I fixed the class the best I could! It really is fun to play (to me anyway) Please don't delete it! Or help me 'fix' the formatting the way you think it should be! Wanderer (DnD Class) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Lord Arkham (talkcontribs) 10:50, 3 January 2009 (MST). Please sign your posts!

I am terribly sorry, however I do not have the time to look over it right now. I am currently on vacation, for another two months, so sorry about this inconvience. Hope you can sort it out. And if you do not mind, please add an identifier to that page. --Green Dragon 05:44, 4 January 2009 (MST)
I'll handle it green. --Sabre070 05:51, 4 January 2009 (MST)
I removed Template:Delete from the Wanderer (DnD Class). Please keep in mind that being an admin is not about exerting control and having more say then other people, it is about having a dedication to D&D Wiki. Thanks for your help on the class, and thanks for helping out on the talk page in any case though! --Green Dragon 11:27, 4 January 2009 (MST)
Thanks for removing the delete feature on the Wanderer. I hope it's something others will like. We're playing it in a low magic campaign right now! We think it's fun and balanced, but only time will tell. --Lord Arkham 16:30:00, 4 January 2009 (EST)
That was rude, sorry Sabre070. Why the hell did I even say that? I can't even remember anymore. Sorry. I'm reading it now and thinking "that's a pretty rude thing to say". Sorry. Especially now that the 14-day rule is gone anyway. --Green Dragon 14:07, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Ultimate Monk[edit]

I was taking a little time off and finally got around to creating a 3.5E-kosher 20 level progression for the Ultimate Monk. It's kind of a sad thing; when you lose OA, monks get screwed any number of ways. Still, I think I managed to preserve most of the fun and kick-assitude of the original, and with ten fewer levels to do it, to boot (I've decided to leave epic-level progressions to people who better understand those rules).

Thanks for the nomination (way back when), I feel flattered. And as always, great site.S1Q3T3 13:46, 4 January 2009 (MST)

Hey Green! I know you're out there; I see your edits. Come take a look at the UM. I've been going a little crazy over there. The page is getting kinda long; I'm in the process of creating sub-pages. In all modesty, I think it looks pretty good. There's an SRD-only version, a Drunken Master variant, and, of course, pixie ninja. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by S1Q3T3 (talkcontribs) 11:29, 14 January 2009 (MST). Please sign your posts!
Ah! Right now I am actually in Athens, and currently on vacation (for about another month and a half or so). I will take a look at it when I get back to my own laptop, since right now my time is more limited. Sorry about that. --Green Dragon 10:32, 14 January 2009 (MST)
No apologies necessary. Athens! Wonderful. IRL adventures take priority over the swords and sorcery type. Have a look when you get back, and in the meantime, enjoy your trip.S1Q3T3 07:38, 6 March 2009 (MST)
I honestly just do not think there enough of an optimization present to make this article a FA. Yes, it makes the Monk more playable, and gets more powerful then some other standard classes do, but it's just lacking extreme power. Maybe that is just because the main 3.5e progression example does not pull in all the overpowered aspects from the other pages. If so, if you add the overpowering aspects onto the main 3.5e progression it could look better. Also I think you are trying to make the Monk more playable through optimization — however I would recommend another approach. Make a variant Monk class. An optimization should break the rules - show extreme power. The example 3.5e progression does not do that. If you want to play a bad-ass hand-to-hand combatant and think the Monk is, in enough itself, underpowered, just make the Monk better (as a variant). I would say their is no need to pull in extraneous rules to balance it more. --Green Dragon 08:26, 14 March 2009 (MDT)

Argument[edit]

Hi, One of the users on this page (TK-Squared) has been regularly dropping in invitation-to-a-flame-war verbiage, i.e. "this one major stupidity you spouted," "while you're busy masturbating or something," "LA HOO ZA HURR." I am really trying not to get into it with the guy, but he keeps coming back looking for a fight, as in "Or you do the intelligent thing and combine the two . . . fyi, still doesn't beat Ares."

I'd appreciate some admin support. --ThxS1Q3T3 20:31, 22 January 2009 (MST)

I've already given him a "last warning", so it would be bad form to go ahead and ban him without anything further. He knows that he'll be blocked if he pushes it any more. --Daniel Draco 20:23, 22 January 2009 (MST)
OK, thx for being on top of that.S1Q3T3 20:31, 22 January 2009 (MST)
TK is a knowledgeable guy who seems to be alright, just may have a low (or possibly extremely high) Cha score. I wish there was a way to get him to atleast watch his language around users he isn't familiar with, but then again don't want to see us be forced to policy like Wikipedia does. After all, he is no w:User:JzG. Really, if the tavern were moderated (which I still wish the tavern was used more for wiki purposes but I digress...) most of the problem could atleast be containable. I like TK so his comments on me don't bother me, but I would hate for less stout newcomers to be driven away or become disgruntled. Anyways, thats my 2 cents. Probably useless. On brighter notes: 2,000 users AND 1 mill page views. We're rich....wait, no we're not.  ;)   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   21:05, 22 January 2009 (MST)
You crazy mormon, you. --TK-Squared 07:58, 23 January 2009 (MST)
Green, I'm not quite sure why you banned TK. After the warning I gave him, he did cut back on the antagonism. --Daniel Draco 15:39, 28 January 2009 (MST)
See also User talk:Green Dragon#TK-Squared Banned. --Green Dragon 14:03, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Performing Actions in the Tavern[edit]

Hi. I was wondering: how do you perform actions when you are in the Tavern? I'm wondering this because I have seen people performing various actions in addition to chatting while they are in the Tavern. For example: "* Ehsteve sends an ICBM at Salazar" and "* Salazar666 dodges it". If you need more examples, just view any one of the Tavern History pages. The reason why I'm asking is because whenever I join the Tavern, I see that someone has done this or that someone else has done that, etc., and I would like to do some of that, but I don't see anything on the page for the Tavern that would allow me to do that (except for maybe the chat message box that is used to talk to people who are in the Tavern). I hope that you can help in some way.--Jimmy 16:17, 23 January 2009 (MST)

/me command. Like /me eat Salad. --Lord Dhazriel 17:51, 23 January 2009 (MST)

Feat Templating[edit]

I'm not sure where aarnot was at, but it seems like he hasn't been on in about a year. As I've joined the community recently and like what it's trying to do I have picked up a few tasks around here. I have picked up on the templating of feats, and have begun working on getting dynamic tables for them working so that everything does not need to be done by hand. you can check out my current progress on my user page and on User:Sleaker/Sandbox and User:Sleaker/Feat Templating. Before I get too far into the templating I have started a bit of a discussion on Talk:DnD_General_Feats about the auto-tabling. I'm still curious on ideas for it and where you would like to see the wiki go in this. -- Sleaker 19:49, 28 January 2009 (MST)

I responded about the feat templating on Talk:DnD General Feats#Back to Auto-tabling?. Also, D&D Wiki needs a lot of work (and a lot of it is bot-work). For one I want to get around to changing all the 3.5e content to have "(3.5e" present instead of "(DnD" since 4e was released. This is already being implemented; albeit quite slowly (and could be done much quicker with a bot). And then, of course, add Category:DnD onto all the 4e items since they also belong to D&D. Then the work for 4e will be done, and if we ever want to add a AD&D section or something it will fit into that system.
Also, since organizational page names and breadcrumb formatting change occasionally I wanted to add a templated (more dynamic) breadcrumb to each page. This also is being slowly implemented (and could be done much quicker with a bot). For example for the 3.5e CR 1/6 or less creatures they use the breadcrumbs of Template:Main Page Breadcrumb, Template:3.5e Breadcrumb, Template:3.5e Creatures Breadcrumb, Template:3.5e Creatures CR 1/6 or less Breadcrumb (all included in this one), or the 4e level 2 creatures use Template:Main Page Breadcrumb, Template:4e Breadcrumb, Template:4e Creatures Breadcrumb, Template:4e Creatures Level 2 Breadcrumb (again all are included in this one), etc. It just makes the entire organizational structure a lot more changeable and meldable.
Or the fact that since we added the SMW extension we can now have users add content through forms. For example DnD Flaws. It just makes for a lot less formatting errors on the submitters side, and makes the entire process a lot smoother. Although with somethings they are near impossible to code (like DnD Classes) without changing the entire current organizational system (as the proposed Form:DnD Spell does). But I am sure there must be a way to get around it (as Form:4e Ritual kind of does).
There are a lot more things. If you are interested in helping let me know. --Green Dragon 10:58, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

TK-Squared Banned[edit]

It has come to my attention that TK was banned from editing or contributing. I would like to make an appeal of this and propose that his ban be reconsidered. If there is some policy that indicates TK's actions warrant a ban, I'd like to see it and I'll surely be quiet, but in TK's defense he did respond appropriately to warnings from other users.

I have personally attempted to stay out of the argument that led to TK's banning, but it would appear to me that if TK's actions warrant this response, other users might be candidates for the same consequence. Just putting in my two cents. -Valentine the Rogue 15:05, 30 January 2009 (MST)

It was just for one week, and I see what you mean. See also Discussion:Dickery Does Not Exclude Good Points and User talk:TK-Squared#Banning. --Green Dragon 13:57, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Elf Variant - Again...[edit]

I think my 4e Elf Variant is ready to be a featured article; I've looked it over, and I think it is definately ready, and several people agree. Could you look over it, and let me know what you think? Thanks in advance. --Sam Kay 07:23, 5 February 2009 (MST)

I took a look at it. --Green Dragon 13:55, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Error in the Unbodied Entry[edit]

Discussion moved to SRD Talk:Unbodied (Race)#Incorporeal

Variant Race-organization Method[edit]

Here a deep race template, I think it can be useful to others too. I just want to know your opinion about it, maybe it can be used for something good? --Lord Dhazriel 14:33, 10 February 2009 (MST)

Do you feel that people would want to go out of their way to use it? Maybe people look the content organization options (through the preload) on D&D Wiki when creating homebrew options rather then the wizards books for content organization? If so they I would say add it as a variant race-organization method within the current race adding area. If you think it would not be used then I would say don't bother. --Green Dragon 10:21, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Myrmidon[edit]

Sorry to bother you, but could you check out the Myrmidon base class under 3.5 Homebrew? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tetsurga (talkcontribs) 23:10, 10 February 2009 (MDT). Please sign your posts!

A few things. On D&D Wiki we use the more recent mode of organization from Wizards for the base classes organization. It can be found by editing the DnD Class Preload (edit) or adding a fake class. I would move your information around into the format presented their, and then fill out the missing bits. Also, it needs an example NPC. Also, if one changes all these class features into feats, compares the Myrmidon to the fighter, it comes out quite a bit better. I think it would be better if all the class features did not just give feats. Gave the Myrmidon something different then what the fighter could get, and tone it down a lot. --Green Dragon 13:53, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Partnership with ADnD Downloads[edit]

Hello. My name is Mathieu St-Gelais, I'm the owner of [www.adnddownloads.com ADnD Downloads].

I'm contacting you for several reasons. First, I would like to propose a link exchange between our two websites. I don't know if it's a possibility for you to add button images on your pages (all of them or just main page)... If that interests you, I'm open to any form of exchange that would best fit your needs.

My second demand would be to refer to a subset of the creations you have for D&D 3.5 and mostly 4th edition. As you can see on my website, I always give credit to creators when they ask me to. I would really like to list some of the creations found on D&D Wiki, by making direct links to your pages or by creating PDF versions of, for example, your 4th Edition classes.

Please let me know your feeling about this. Again, I'm open to any suggestion you might have.

I would really appreciate if you could write back to me at webmaster@adnddownloads.com .

Thanks a lot for your time. Mathieu —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 66.46.168.239 (talkcontribs) 10:03, 11 February 2009 (MDT). Please sign your posts!

If you are interesting a possible link exchange email me about it at great.wyrm.green.dragon@gmail.com please. --Green Dragon 10:16, 13 March 2009 (MDT)
When the PDF version of the arachonomicon is finished, ADnD Downloads could host it if they are interested. --Sam Kay 10:30, 13 March 2009 (MDT)

Featured Article Images[edit]

I noticed under the Eijilund Plushie discussion that you said an article needs an image before it can become a featured article. Is this just for that article, or for articles as a whole? If it's for articles as a whole, why? Stuff like Races of War (which has been on the waiting list to become a featured article for just about forever now) cannot easily be given a relevant image.

Speaking of which, can we change the featured article now? Surgo 09:18, 11 February 2009 (MST)

Yes, all Featured Articles need an image. Although I see what you mean about Races of War (3.5e Sourcebook); it would be difficult to find an image for it. Although what if maybe you had an epic battle scene? That would probably fit the war theme and look fairly nice.
And if you want to help with getting an article featured please just pick one, look over it, and give any advice you have. --Green Dragon 13:27, 13 March 2009 (MDT)
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