User talk:Azeric the Traveller
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Before undoing my edits on pages, could you remember to come back here to tell me what I did wrong and how I could do better next time?
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Hi Azeric, I've noticed you've been making several questionable edits that push pages beyond an acceptable level of balance. Try to keep the history of a page in mind and how they match up with other first party races before you make such edits. Thanks. —ConcealedLight (talk) 05:52, 17 March 2019 (MDT)
- Thanks for telling me. Do you have any advice on how to not make things overpowered, such as limits to the number of attributes or abilities something can have?
- Often having a look at the talk page or baring in mind comparative balance between the race you're looking at and the first party races is a good start. There is also learning the various do's and don't which isn't really do's and don't but doing a don't generally means special considerations have to be taken. Reading the relevant guideline for whatever you're looking at is also a good idea which you can view here. DnD Guidelines. —ConcealedLight (talk) 04:14, 26 March 2019 (MDT)