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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! 22:40, 30 January 2016 (MST)
Hi Eviltenet, I hope this is okay, I am testing some 5e "creature template" formatting and chose to adapt Sandman (5e Creature), the result is Unending Nightmare (5e Creature). Does the concept still fit within your setting? Marasmusine (talk) 10:29, 6 June 2016 (MDT)
yes, actually. i had been working on something not entirely dissimilar recently. looks good. very interesting.
truthfully, i have vague ambitions of publishing this setting. (seeing as wotc finally released the 5e srd a few months back) ive been running games in sanctuary's lot for a couple months now. it really does need a larger bestiary.
I was looking over the campaign settings and some of my older works when I saw my dream eater creature and thought that it might fit in with your setting. Perhaps it might fit as one of the creatures from the Dark? SirSprinkles (talk) 20:30, 20 July 2016 (MDT)
>>agreed. adding to the sanctuary's lot bestiary
Hi Eviltenet, word up 'n such. Just noticed you've made a lot of articles recently without an ID in the title. If you could remember for the future to add (5e Supplement), or whatever appropriate ID to the end of the article names, I'd greatly appreciate it. Aside from that, I do like the look of the stuff you're contributing; Hope you keep it up! Thanks~ --SgtLion (talk) 17:15, 31 July 2016 (MDT)
>>I've just been heaping categories on like crazy. I'm thinking of going back and adding a whole bunch more. that said, I will see what I can do. is there a list of all the categories? --Eviltenet (talk) 17:50, 31 July 2016 (MDT)
- Your categories are fine, it's just the article name you have to change specifically. It's generally simply (<Edition> <Race/Class/Prestige Class/Paragon Path/Supplement/Creature/NPC/Campaign Setting>) etc. If you're not sure what ID to add, just look at the trend for other articles in the same category. So, for instance, your recently created Ezers Rhaime is a Category:Supplement, because it's extra information as part of a larger campaign setting, it's just a matter of remembering to title it Ezers Rhaime (5e Supplement). If you're really unsure about what to add, just take a guess, and you can ask if it's correct, most IDs are tend to be fairly obvious. --SgtLion (talk) 07:30, 1 August 2016 (MDT)