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 Spell pages
 Base on D&D not its own thing only
I went to the trouble to add that entire table improving the shitty job that was left there,
and it is quite annoying to watch you hack at it.
I lowered the range of ability modifiers because of this chart here!
I know you can't have less than eight Intelligence to start, but that's only because you start with eight and there are no -2 Intelligence races, yet.
BUT, I have an amulet that lowers your Intelligence for more Constitution and that drop does effect your skill totals, so change it back and try to be a bit more considerate.
Also the -/- on two classes looks like multiclass, there is nothing wrong with using an ampersand where there is only two.
ie. Barbarian & Monk looks a lot better/encylopedic than Barbarian/Monk.
You are going to far in format perfection.
- No, Guildremember's presentation is correct. It is impossible to have an Int modifier lower than -1 for the purpose of skill point generation as all that matters is the base Int and not the modified it (tomes being the exception). As a result, the amulet you are referring to won't decrease the amount of skill points per level that your character will gain. --Borror0 17:30, September 27, 2009 (EDT)
 Enhancement pages
Is it better to have enhancements listed by enhancement levels (e.g. Armor boost I, II, III) or by level required? --JonTheMon 14:21, November 2, 2009 (EST)
 you rule!
just wanted to stop by and say hi. great job on enhancement pages. i know its a lot of time and effort, cuz i myself tried to clean them up several times too, and never get em finished! keep the good work coming! thx for your contributions. --yoko5000 18:27, August 15, 2010 (EDT)
 page deletions
Seems your great at making broken links everywhere Neouni 08:49, December 6, 2010 (EST)
- i think Neouni is referring to your recent deletion on spell descriptor pages (fire, cold, electricity etc)... please make sure to check "what links here" of the page, from the side bar, before deletion. fix the link to the page when you can, thank you. --yoko5000 00:37, December 7, 2010 (EST)
ah, shit, i forgot to give this advice too. instead of deleting page and copy/pasting txt to new page, use "Move" function when you can. take a look at following links.
you could have moved NPC to Non_player_character then start your thing from there. if you've done so, we could have one history on one page. this help keeping track of articles, in a long run of the wiki. --yoko5000 22:32, January 12, 2011 (EST)