User talk:I want buff it

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On the subject of buffs; Or, when not to[edit]

Please speak here if u don't like a buff and why —The preceding unsigned comment was added by I want buff it (talkcontribs) . Please sign your posts.

Hello, new user. While I admire your enthusiasm, I must admit some consternation on the exact method you are employing to make your mark. We at D&D Wiki strive to create fun, unique, and above all balanced content. Content that is not balanced is much less usable in games, and if a page cannot be used then there's not much point in it existing at all. Thus, we try to keep everything to reasonable power levels, and refrain from generic 'make numbers bigger' edits. If you wish to participate meaningfully in the wiki, I would request that you first familiarize yourself with the methods we use.
Firstly, you should read through the wiki's section on Constructive Editing. This should give you a good baseline as to what constitutes a beneficial edit. Secondly, I would ask that you read through the contents of Help:Balance, and thirdly I would ask that, before editing a given page, you look through the D&D Guidelines page for the section most relevant to you at the moment. (For example, before editing a race page, look through the 5e Race Design Guide, or before editing a class, look through the 5e Class Design Guide).
Armed with this knowledge, I hope that you will be able to contribute to this wiki in a positive manner. Thank you for your time. --Nuke The Earth (talk) 12:50, 29 January 2021 (MST)
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