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The Wiki According to Sledged[edit]

Over the past couple of weeks, other than Blue Dragon moving the site to a new server, things have been going smoothly for the most part. Every time I've checked the Recent changes, I see Dmilewski busy reorganizing the SRD for the better using DPL that Oneiros proposed on the main page's talk. I've a bit less productive trying to finalize the NPC template, but the ParserFunction extension has been quite a boon in the this area. How was your away time? —Sledged 22:42, 16 August 2006 (MDT)

Fine, thank you. I went up through Idaho to Canada and drove around in Canada, took a ferry to Vancouver Island from Bella Coola and then went back home. It was very nice, but a bit cold. Thanks for asking. Anyway, I have to look closer at the NPC template that you have been working on, I have not had time yet... Also, you should make the NPC's that are already on D&D Wiki fit to your format, and see how that looks. Finally, if you really want to see if everything is added in your format list thing ask to take a couple NPC's from the Wizards D&D Message Boards and see how they fit into your format. Tell me what you think. --Green Dragon 23:01, 16 August 2006 (MDT)
I'm planning on converting the existing NPC's to new format, but I don't want do it yet until I have a finished product. Also, while recently browsing through a copy of the MM IV I noticed that WotC has started using a new format for their monster stat blocks which is the same format used for the NPCs in the DMG II (from which is what I'm patterning NPC template). I mentioned this on the monster template talk page, and Oneiros pointed me to this article that explains why the new format. So I may use the template on some of the monsters, as well. —Sledged 10:30, 17 August 2006 (MDT)



I have been looking at this site for a while and have always wanted to add my own creations that i use in my campaigns. However I lacked the confidence.

I have now started to add to the site but is it okay to add all my templates, gods, monsters, classes and campaign setting? I mean I don’t want to fill the site with things that wont be of use, although the fact that it is going online will be useful; to my group.

Thanks for the mail


Of course! There is no D&D Content that is 'too bad' for D&D Wiki, or any content that is 'too specific' for D&D Wiki, etc. D&D Wiki needs everything it can get, and everything you have will help someone Else's campaign setting down the road. I would be delighted if you added all your content, and don't worry about formatting to much, you'll get the hang as you add more of your creations. The only thing that is really important about formatting is the categories, please try to get those right... Anyway, I'm looking forward to see your creations on D&D Wiki. Thanks. --Green Dragon 16:55, 19 August 2006 (MDT)

LA pages[edit]


I dont know how to add my new races to the LA pages. The Gremlin and the Wiskered Kobold both need adding to the level adjustment 0 page. I have put their effective character level and their level adjustment to what it should be. I just can't work out how to put them in the table.

As soon as you can tell me how to do it i will change them both.


I must be such a pain, sorry i screwed up the monster table for burnt soul and i carnt seem to edit it. I can see what i have done wrong.

Its okay now I fixed the burnt soul table, im sorry for the confusion its just going to take me a while to get used to the formating

It is no problem. On the LA Pages it is using the "wiki style" table, which can be a bit confusing at first. If you want to see how tables work, please check out If you would like me to add the races to the LA pages so you see how they are done, I would be more than happy, just tell me what you would prefer. The Burnt Soul is using a template, which are more confusing than tables at first. If you want help editing the page, just put what you want changed on the talk page, and I will change it to how you want. I hope this helps, --Green Dragon 22:51, 21 August 2006 (MDT)


Thanks for the warm welcome! I'll be starting school soon, so don't know how much I'll be able to help, but I'll add new material and help with updates as my schedule allows-- EldritchNumen 21:10, 24 August 2006 (MDT)

New Sysops[edit]

Is there any discussion on upping Oneiros or Sledged to sysop status? They've both been doing great work. --Dmilewski 16:28, 27 August 2006 (MDT)

I have been thinking about it quite a bit before this, and........ sure. I will give them sysop privileges, they have helped D&D Wiki a ton. --Green Dragon 16:56, 27 August 2006 (MDT)

Back again[edit]

Hi, I'm back. Sorry for my long time off, but my studies and my "summer" job (well, by the weather summer's already gone here in Germany ;) ) kept me quite busy.

As to our last conversation regarding the "Manifest Soul", I must alas say that I'm most likely not putting it up here. The class is in no way finished, and I admit that due to the lack of feedback on the WotC boards I've really lost interest in continuing it any longer. If you or someone else wants to continue it, go ahead. :)

Speaking of which, I'm currently toying around with some ideas regarding my own campaign setting, complete with custom classes and game mechanics, as well as races, monsters, background, magic, and items. If you are interested, you could take a look at it here. But as you will notice, the thread's alread again falling short of replies, which kinda kills my mood to work on it. -.- Nonetheless, I still have many ideas floating around my head and I'm trying not to drop the project. If I decide to put it here I will most likely not type it out again (I might be crazy, but just not that crazy :P :D ) but merely provide a link to the pdf (just as in the WotC forum thread).

---Ra-Tiel 13:07, 30 August 2006 (MDT)

Welcome back, and I hope your summer went well. I think Germany is fun. Anyway, because you are losing interest in your "Manifest Soul", maybe it would be in order to put your class on D&D Wiki as a stub? Or just forget about it altogether? Either way is fine, just tell me what you think. Also, the link didn't work, you put two "http://"'s in it, no problem however, I just fixed it. Also, when you have something done on your campaign setting you should put it on D&D Wiki, or if you don't have the time tell me and I will be more than happy to add it to D&D Wiki. Again, hope your summer was fun, and welcome back. --Green Dragon 22:28, 30 August 2006 (MDT)
Thanks. The summer over here was just crazy. First we had almost 7 weeks of burning heat (like ~37°C) and now we've had several weeks of rain and cold (~10°C). Just nuts...
Well, I'm currently busy working on the WGCS so I'm really neither compelled nor interested in continuing work on the Manifest Soul. But I think you still have the link (somewhere in your discussion archives, most likely), and if anyone is interested in continuing the class, feel free to go ahead. You may do to it whatever and however you want. :)
As for putting the WGCS up here on the DnD Wiki, well... the pdf is already almost 70 pages long (although much of it is just filler as of now), and it could grow to well beyond 300 pages if nearing completion. I have, currently, only completed:
  • short chapter on the worldgates
  • abilities and character creation
  • class basics (level dependent abilities, multiclassing, gaining levels, ...)
  • 2 classes (which are even now undergoing some revision: avatar and weaponmaster)
which is perhaps less than 10% of what I envision the complete WGCS to contain. Therefore, I can see putting some parts of it online, like a few classes, some feats, or favored skill mastery abilities to discuss, but the whole WGCS is probably beyond our abilities to keep it on here. Also, if I changed something in my pdf (I'm using LaTeX to write it, therefore things are quite easy for me to change and layout), I really don't feel like browsing through dozens of Wiki pages to change that stuff again. But I agree, a general page about the setting with the correspondent links (WotC thread and pdf) would indeed be highly appropriate.
But I'm gone now... need do brainstorming :D
---Ra-Tiel 05:11, 31 August 2006 (MDT)
Argh... I guess I need to go through my discussion archives to find the link to it... When I find it, I will put it on D&D Wiki as a stub, I hope that will work well. About your campaign setting: If you ever don't find the time to put something (e.g. a class) on D&D Wiki then tell me and I will be more than happy to do that, but if something is complete, or you just want to put it on D&D Wiki, than go ahead and put it on. As a side note, I hope that Germany wins the next World Cup (or EM)! --Green Dragon 23:30, 4 September 2006 (MDT)
No worries. The link is here. :) And as to my CS... I already have a "preview" pdf ready (which is really simple with LaTeX :D) linked in the WotC thread (it can also be found here). But I should note that I'm currently undergoing some revisions already (as mentioned in the WotC thread).
My main point is what would be better: having "weaker" abilities the whole day long or with unlimited uses (similar to the recent classes from WotC, eg warlock, dragon shaman, barbarian rage alternative from PHb2, ...) or the standard mechanic with more powerful abilities X/day.
For example, the avatar was designed to be able to transform himself into an incarnation of his otherworldly patron 1/day. The bonuses he got were really impressive (even more considering the mechanics used for combat and damage). But it was still only 1/day, which led to the following options:
  • the ability was used against the BBEG
  • the ability was wasted on a lesser enemy because there was no BBEG around
  • the ability was not used at all
And most likely are options 2 and 3, which I find kinda undesirable. Therefore, I'm thinking of changing it to 1 round per day per level while reducing the granted bonuses by half. This would give a character more flexibility with the ability, and prevent the feeling of having a class ability "wasted", because he can use it several times per day.
Additionally, I'm torn between two general mechanics for magical effects: autoscaling or augmentation? At first I was for augmentation all the way (which can still be seen in the preview pdf). But now I'm more on the route to follow autoscaling, because augmentation would be kind of awkward with unlimted uses per day, wouldn't it?
Also, I already have an idea for the mystic (=wizard) class. Instead of having mana points or spell slots per day, he simply has access to weave levels (level 1 weaves at 1st level, level 2 weaves at 3rd level, level 3 weaves at 6th level, ... , level 10 weaves at 27th level), and weaving techniques known (similar to the "Wheel of Time" rpg). Each weave level requires 1 half action to be completed, so a level 4 weave would require 2 full actions to be completed.
There would of course be feats, class abilities, "stuff" to reduce that time, and I'm even thinking of allowing a high Intelligence to reduce the casting time. This way a character would not be forced to abide by a strict daily limit of weaves, but instead he was limited by the available time in combat. For example, do you really have the luxury to play -- basically -- sitting duck for 3+ rounds to get of a high-level effect?
Of course, these are all just some ideas floating around inside my head right now.
---Ra-Tiel 00:23, 5 September 2006 (MDT)

I AM BACK![edit]

I'm back now, will try to get back into my editing groove soon again... (schools on again, so that might be hard)--Pz.Az.04Maus 12:28, 3 September 2006 (MDT)

Welcome back, and I hope you had a fun time. Something that will annoy you: I changed the logo back to the original one simply because yours really did not go with the look of the site, and I am not going to be changing the look of the site anytime soon (I like Monobook). If you would like to try to make a new logo that fits the look of site, I would be more than happy. Sorry to give you bad news right when you come back, terribly sorry. Anyway, hope you had a fun time. --Green Dragon 13:46, 3 September 2006 (MDT)

Basic Editing[edit]

I was doing some standardizing over in equipment. I moved a few things up to artifacts, set categories, filled in a few blank entries (crowbars), created some links between spells and feats, and such. --Dmilewski 20:06, 9 September 2006 (MDT)

Thanks again[edit]

I have now added the Rokurokubi as a race and changed the template a bit.

Thanks for your help and support.

Oh sorry, I need the title changing for the Bread Spawn Monster I accidently put it in as Bead Spawn, now my links to the page dont work.

I do not know how to change the title sorry.

Fixed. All you have to do is press "Move Page", but it was no problem for me to do it, also it looks good so far. --Green Dragon 16:14, 12 September 2006 (MDT)

Custom Wiki Skin[edit]

Has anyone brought up the idea of having a custom skin for this wiki? If so, is anyone working on it? —Sledged 20:27, 12 September 2006 (MDT)

Well.... Yes. Everyone I talk to thinks that the site looks too much like Wikipedia, etc, etc. However, I have come to love the MonoBook look... So, if you can come up with a really good skin that I like I will use it, but it will have to be good. Also, Pz.Az.04Maus was working on one, I do not know what happened to that however... --Green Dragon 19:50, 13 September 2006 (MDT)

Finally put my campaign setting online[edit]

Hi there.

Finally I had the opportunity to put up a small entry for the WGCS. It's nothing special, pretty much because most of what I had to say until now can be found in the WotC thread, but I hope the entry will grow and eventually become a "real" CS entry like most of the others are.

I also hope that -- contrary to the WotC thread -- I'm going to receive at least a little more feedback if I provide updates and changes (and when I even bloody ask for replies :/ ).

So long...

---Ra-Tiel 20:20, 19 September 2006 (MDT)

I hope it goes well on D&D Wiki as well, and I hope you get some feedback (I was reading through your thread..... no one responded...). Anyway, I will help formatting the version of the WGCS, or doing anything I can to help with it, just tell me how I could help. Anyway, thanks for putting it on D&D Wiki. --Green Dragon 21:25, 19 September 2006 (MDT)
Hey, thanks for already improving the layout. :) I was kinda sleepy and peeved off already when I put it online. -.- Now I also realize that in my first comment here a link was missing... but gladly you found it already. ;) So, if you have any comment about the preview already... ;)
Just an idea that struck me regarding "putting the contents on Wiki"... was it possible to link to a specific bookmark within the preview PDF? If it was, we could put all contents online without having to retype and relayout everything, as we could just reference the respective section in the preview. As I'm not into the ins-and-outs of PDFs, perhaps someone who was a bit more savvy on that topic could give a hint? I think I have already seen linking to certain bookmarks in PDFs at other occurances, but I'm not 100% positive on that...
---Ra-Tiel 00:47, 20 September 2006 (MDT)
I am not sure about the PDF thing.... I've never seen it on a Wiki so.... I might ask someone like User:Sledged or User:Oneiros. Anyway, I will contiute to help the campaign setting as I can. Again, thanks for putting it on D&D Wiki. --Green Dragon 20:16, 20 September 2006 (MDT)


I've been meaning to, but I've been falling behind, I know. School started recently, and with that and extra activities, my usually access to my superior computer (as opposed to an average public computer) has beeen cut fram 3-4 whole days to a single afternoon. And i've have plenty of other obligations on the internet. (not to say the Wiki is beneath them, but the other things have ways of making themselves obvious.) I'll spare you the details. So, make of that what you will. --Aramar the Black

Busy, howeve, I am trying to do as much as I can right now, with updating the page to match what I have stored in my Word Documents. However, it seems to be busy around here, becuase somebody keeps edit pages the same tiem I do, and the site makes me re-typre everything I just did.

WFRC Editing[edit]

To the best of my knowledge, it was me. I think the last changes I made there were updates of the contacted persons. I keep forgetting that I've not set myself to be automatically logged in on my home computer, so sometimes I just forge into things and forget to log in. Sorry for the confusion -Aramar the Black

No problem, I just did not want a un-logged in user to post replies they had "received". That could lead to a lot of problems with "Truthful Messages" and "Non-truthful Messages". I was just making sure, as I was pretty sure it as you. Thanks for clearing this up. --Green Dragon 22:30, 10 October 2006 (MDT)

The tripper build[edit]

I noticed that in your tripper build you used the Hitakand race to gain bonuses on tripping. I just wanted to point out that the +4 racial bonus to trip checks is for resisting being tripped. Just trying to help.

-Mr. Derp

Doesn't "Large (long and lean)" grant a bonus to tripping (it is treated in every way as a larger race other than the reach aspect)? --Green Dragon 22:09, 13 October 2006 (MDT)

Lost page[edit]

Hello, It seems I lost the link for the Arenn pages ... Is there a way to restore it ?

Did you put any information on Ärenn, or was it a blank page that was going to be made? --Green Dragon 17:59, 16 October 2006 (MDT)
Plenty of information about several countries etc, don't have much in terms of preparatory notes though, so finding it is critical.
This is very weird... I looked through the History of the page, and it says only one edit has happened, and that was you moving the page. Another problem is the page redirects to itself, making a never ending loop of redirects (if one keeps clicking the redirect). So, according to D&D Wiki their was never any material on these pages, however you said otherwise. So, any more information that could help would be greatly appreciated and I will ask the D&D Wiki "techie" (Blue Dragon) tomorrow what might be wrong. I am very sorry this happened, and I hope we can soon fix this soon. Sorry. --Green Dragon 23:20, 17 October 2006 (MDT)
It gets weirder. If you search for "Ärenn setting", Ärenn (Carallion Supplement) is in the results, but it shows up as a page and not a redirect, but if you follow it, it just takes you to it as a redirect page to itself.
Also, the history notes that the page was moved from "Ärenn (Carallion Supplement)". When I go to the page there's not even any that notes that the page even existed in the first place. Going by the edit comment "Symbol error broke the link" I'm guessing the reason why the page was moved in the first place is what's causing the problem now. —Sledged 09:31, 6 November 2006 (MST)
I searched through the database and found the old text for Ärenn. This whole problem was caused by an improper character set encoding used. This site works in partial UTF-8, and anything else may cause problems. I am sorry for the loss of this page, but the latest revision should now be at Ärenn (Carallion Supplement). --Blue Dragon 10:37, 6 November 2006 (MST)
Wow, I thought it could not be fixed/was never created. Anyway, your page is now back, sorry for the problem (and the time it took). --Green Dragon 19:03, 6 November 2006 (MST)

RE: Going away for the Weekend (from Pz.Az.04Maus's Talk.[edit]

Going away for the Weekend[edit]

I am going to be going away this weekend to Southern Utah. So, if you have some spare time it would be very appreciated if you could check Recent Changes and make sure things are correctly wikified and their are no spam edits, etc. I hope you can help, and thanks in advance. --Green Dragon 12:42, 27 October 2006 (MDT)

Will do. ^_^ Always ready to help with the site. --Pz.Az.04Maus 14:48, 27 October 2006 (MDT)

RSS/ATOM Feeds[edit]

I heavily use RSS & ATOM feeds to optimize my surfing time. It seems the feeds here are all broken. I'm sure I'll be watching like a hawk already but sliding this in Google Reader would make things a hell of a lot easier. Thanks! --Xenophon 22:14, 5 November 2006 (MST)

I found that it doesn't display in a browser. I tested with FireFox 2.0 (Mac), Safari 2.0.4, and Internet Explorer 6 (PC). I plugged it directly into Google Reader and even though it locked up the AJAX interface I refreshed the page and it was added. --Xenophon 04:55, 6 November 2006 (MST)
Zenophon: The problem was in an extension called Variables.php which added a blank line ("\n") to the beginning of every page that loaded it. This caused a problem for XML (both RSS and ATOM feeds) because they rely upon knowing which version of XML is being used. The line '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>' is know at the very beginning because I disabled that extension, but I am working on a fix of it so this problem does not happen and the extension can still be enabled. Sorry for the problems, and I am very glad that you brought this to my attention. --Blue Dragon 08:33, 6 November 2006 (MST)
Guess I'll have to roll back the stat block template. —Sledged 12:46, 6 November 2006 (MST)
Yeah. sorry about that Sledged.... Anyway, they problem with the feeds are now fixed, and I hope it helps. --Green Dragon 19:01, 6 November 2006 (MST)

Villainous Fighter[edit]

I woke up this morning and the villainous fighter entry was a train wreck. This is getting silly. I was happy with pointing the villainous fighter examples off to NPC links. That worked. I then packaged up each villain as his own encounter entry (complete with minions, who count as cohorts). I want to go back to that. I'm still developing and editing these entries (it's a work in progress). All these structural changes to the article are aggravating and complicating.

If you want to nudge the article towards best practices, leave me a note about that. Point me to examples. I'm happy making the article look great. In the meantime, I'll simply the articles down so that I only have one example of each to edit. --Dmilewski 07:45, 12 November 2006 (MST)

Now that I've looked at the article, you're using a mechanism that I did not know about. Cool. I see what's going on. (Great tool.) It's still a bit of a train wreck visually, but that's a different issue. --Dmilewski 08:25, 12 November 2006 (MST)
I completely agree, when the "Back to" things stack on top of each other, 3 deep, it is ridiculous, and I am sorry about that. The only reason I used that tool ( {{:Title of Page}} ) is because your original Villainous Fighter page had the NPC on the bottom, so I thought it would be good to have a separate page for each NPC and have them on the bottom of the Villainous Fighter page. I am sorry for editing it when you did not want me to. Also, I will think of a good way to get rid of the "Back to" things on the Villainous Fighter page. I will try to make it lok good again... I am very sorry for ruining your Villainous Fighter's look. --Green Dragon 12:48, 12 November 2006 (MST)
You could use the <noinclude> tags in the Black Pete (DnD NPC) page so that the "Back to", author template, and what ever else you don't want included doesn't show up in pages that use transclusion. —Sledged 19:32, 13 November 2006 (MST)
Yet another trick for my toolbox. Sledge's tech-end stuff is just terrific for this wiki. Meanwhile, the villainous stuff is really starting to come together into a workable villain creation kit. I got the idea Friday while raking leaves, and it's been a mad-dash writing stint since then. --Dmilewski 20:28, 13 November 2006 (MST)
Quite an idea to think of when raking leaves... Also, thank you so much Sledged. I really get annoyed when their is no "Back to" footer on articles, and this was something that was annoying me about the "Villainous Material"; with the worst part being I was the one that got rid of the "Back to" footer. So, thank you so much for telling me about the <noinclude>, it works very well. I have already changed Black Pete (DnD NPC) and I will quickly change all the other ones. Thanks. --Green Dragon 21:41, 13 November 2006 (MST)

Thanks much![edit]

Thanks for making the links on my Twi d20 page. Great to know we have such an active moderator here! --Jon 20:00, 13 November 2006 (MST)

Thanks. Also, I was planning on doing more with the tables, and links, but I first wanted to see if it was OK with you. I am glad you like the links, and would you mind me formatting it more? --Green Dragon 21:44, 13 November 2006 (MST)
Go ahead! --Jon 15:19, 14 November 2006 (MST)
I will work on it soon, as soon as I have some spare time. Thanks for letting me. --Green Dragon 22:03, 14 November 2006 (MST)
Thanks again! You put so much effort into cleaning up that d20 Twilight wiki I figure the best way to thank you is to keep adding to it until it becomes a true working document! Without your tables, wiki would have ruined the formatting... I'm getting good feedback on the D&D forums, too. --Jon 08:49, 21 November 2006 (MST)
I'm glad to hear I am helping, and I am also glad to hear it is improving. I hope it soon does become a true working document. --Green Dragon 15:39, 21 November 2006 (MST)


This is just a thought for the special pages. How about a link to articles that want a picture? --Calidore Chase 03:45, 14 November 2006 (MST)

If you are talking about monsters in particular (with the Template:ImageNeeded) their is already a way. Simply go to Template:ImageNeeded then go to "What links here" (direct link here). Is this what you are talking about? --Green Dragon 21:03, 14 November 2006 (MST)
Yep that's the what I was looking for. --Calidore Chase 08:30, 16 November 2006 (MST)
Glad I could help. --Green Dragon 10:50, 17 November 2006 (MST)

Emails for Watched Pages aren't working...[edit]

I've been noticing more and more that the emails for watched pages aren't working. I don't get a message when something of mine is edited (such as the D20.00 Basics Talk page, etc)... --Pz.Az.04Maus 11:13, 24 November 2006 (MST)

Fixed..... Blue Dragon fixed it, I hope it is better. --Green Dragon 13:01, 24 November 2006 (MST)


Hey, I was wondering is there a way for us to get a forum here? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Rowsdower44 (talkcontribs) 22:12, 25 November 2006 (MST). Please sign your posts.

There is a way, and it would be very easy, but what would the advantage to having forums be? Everything that can be done on a forum can be done on a Wiki, actually much more. Forums lose information, as posts slowly disappear. Also, Forums act the exact same as discussion pages. I don't see the advantage to forums... Why would you recommend D&D Wiki to implement forums into it? --Green Dragon 14:49, 26 November 2006 (MST)


Hello Green Dragon,

Let me first thank you for the time you put in this D&D Wiki site, I think it is a great idea an this way of information sharing concerning Dungeons & Dragons and a good way of exchanging ideas between DM's across the world.

Secondly I would like to thank you for helping me with my test of time campaign setting, but there are a few questions I have. Where can I find a good tutorial for handling this "wiki format", so that I can name and redirect the pages I make so they make some sense.

Any help will be greatly appreciated on my campaign, the pages I make, and good DM tips :-P, and very importantly is this message a good way of communicating with other members of this D&DWiki group.

Thanks in advanced. Ymir 05:14, 5 December 2006 (MST)

Thanks, I like D&D Wiki as well. Anyway, this is the correct way to talk to people, through their user-talk pages. However, you did do one thing wrong... After your post, you are supposed to "sign" your post, typing --~~~~ , or clicking on the "Signature" link on the edit bar at the top, and sign your username after what you posted. Finally, the most common, and most comprehensive tutorial on "Wiki Formatting", is located on Wikipedia under WP:Help (link here). Remember, to test out something all you have to do is play in the Sandbox. I hope these help, and do you have any other questions? --Green Dragon 16:45, 28 November 2006 (MST)

US English vs. UK English[edit]

Alright, I want to make the air clear and find out for sure how you as admin want to handle this. I think the majority of this site is written in US English and keeping with WOTC and SRD I think it might be a good idea to stick with that. However, I know there's a few UK users out there writing in the way natural to them. Do we want to set a standard or leave it up to the individual? Additionally, maybe we should start a style guidelines page and make note of the templates available for the different tables and what not. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Xenophon (talkcontribs) 10:42, 29 November 2006 (MST). Please sign your posts.

US English is how everything should be spelled. I know many users are from the UK, but WotC is US English, and so this site will be US English (Additionally UK English is foreign to me). About the guidelines page; I say go for it, and I will help make it something useful. Link to it from 3.5e Other, and any other places that you think it should be linked from. Once again, I will help with it once you have made it. Thanks. Finally, and off topic, please start signing your posts. If you don't like your signature you can always change it in your preferences. Thanks again. --Green Dragon 15:54, 29 November 2006 (MST)
Purely forgetfulness on my part. --Xenophon 21:57, 29 November 2006 (MST)
No problem, the only reason I mentioned it because you've not signed it on the last 8 or so discussion pages... Anyway, its better now. --Green Dragon 22:01, 29 November 2006 (MST)


yo dude whats up? look i want to know if i can replace Fate's fool with a new one? and get rid of the old one did it i an bit of a hurry and i am not really satisfied. thanks --izzy

Of course; however, why dont you just edit the current version, and make it into the new version. If you want to use the same name just edit the current one and make it into the improved one. Would you rather edit it to make it the new version, or have me delete it? --Green Dragon 12:45, 30 November 2006 (MST)
i would apriciate it if you can remove it. and the next will be hopefully beter. thank you --Izzy 02:32, 1 December 2006 (MST)
Done. --Green Dragon 15:36, 1 December 2006 (MST)


Midnight? Hi its me again. Thanks for helping me and also I think this wiki's great. I have another question. I got the Midnight Second Edition book and I was wandering if I can post some stats from it. I could not figure out the legality: I would not want to get you into trouble, also I can't find the legacy items. Thanks in advance. --Izzy 14:52, 2 December 2006 (MST)

Well, the only WotC material you can post is OGC material (Such as the SRD). However, if you just make them they are completely fine to post here. Is this what you are wondering? --Green Dragon 15:02, 2 December 2006 (MST)

My Contribution[edit]

Sorry i didn't clarify that my hybrid fiend was a racial template. Again, sorry for the confusion. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Evilholyguy (talkcontribs) 16:57, 3 December 2006 (MST). Please sign your posts.

No problem, thanks for telling me now. --Green Dragon 16:30, 3 December 2006 (MST)

Hi Blue Dragon[edit]

I found a problem. It says in the "About D&D Wiki page, that you created this site. That is simply not true. Blue Dragon created this site as far as the technical aspects are concerned.

Thanks. sol 12:16, 4 December 2006 (MST)Solsol 12:16, 4 December 2006 (MST)

I filled out the option forms and my User ID is 1, meaning that I "created" the site. --Green Dragon 16:12, 4 December 2006 (MST)

Blocking IP...[edit]

Hey. I don't know where I should request this, so I figured I'd ask you. IP has been doing malicious edits. Can you block it (at least for a week or two?) --EldritchNumen 18:19, 6 December 2006 (MST)

IP was doing bad edits, and he is blocked for 3 months. Sorry for not checking sooner, but this is the first time I have gone on today. Thanks for alerting me as well. --Green Dragon 18:36, 6 December 2006 (MST)


Green Dragon, Thanks for the formatting help on the Starship officer class. Believe it or not I spent an hour on the table you had to fix. I figured I would try to get some HTML skills and fix it this morning but I doubt I could ever have done the great work you did. Molto Bene! —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 06:45, 14 December 2006 (MST). Please sign your posts.

No problem, glad to help. If you need any more help just let me know please. Thanks. --Green Dragon 15:18, 14 December 2006 (MST)
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