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Don't alter people's classes unless you ask permission, it may be allowed to do this, but its common courtesy unless its a minor edit. You have purposely altered the Blade Mage class to a no longer usable state, I do not appreciate this. --Tubal-Cain (talk) 12:00, 10 July 2015 (MDT)
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Campaign Setting Rating
Hello, I'm leaving you a note to tell you I recently "rated" your campaign setting. I simply wanted you to know that a rating here on D&Dwiki is not a reflection of quality. It would be impossible and impractical for any of us to fairly rate the tastes of others. Instead, the rating is more of a note on the level of completion the rating has. If you disagree with your rating, feel free to ask me about it. And don't sweat a "low" rating - as you add to it, your rating will be improved. You can find a much more detailed explanation of the rating system and each step's meanings here. Thank you for your contributions! 22:43, 30 January 2016 (MST)