User talk:DRIZZT-12

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Ranger Spells

Just to let you know, these articles belongs on the 'proper' spell pages which would be < spell_name (spell_number) >. For instance, the template and text of Foraging actually belongs on the Foraging (603) page, and the Foraging page should be a redirect. Its quite simple to correct this, just navigate to the Foraging page and click the 'move' tab at the top. Type in the destination page (proper page name) and it will move the contents over, and turn the original page into a redirect automatically.

Also, dont forget to include each article in its appropriate category ([[category:Ranger Base Spells]] in these cases).

Lastly, for articles which are unfinished its appropriate to include the {{stub}} template, which indicates it still needs work. You can also write a little sentence in the text box at the bottom of the edit page if you wish, it is displayed in parentheses on the recent changes and history pages (just so noone jumps in while you're in the middle). *SammichKing*..who?..wha? 15:59, 30 April 2006 (PDT)

Yeah, I didn't realize they were actually the wrong pages. I was just copying/editing what I saw that was done on the 601 spell. Now that I look at it closer I notice that that one was actually a redirect, although the text to show it was in really small text. -Adam
The wiki is a learning process. Glad to be of help, feel free to ask anytime! You can use ~~~~ to sign & timestamp your comments automatically. You can edit your sig in the preferences linked at the top of a logged in page. who is Ulthripe reads this 02:58, 1 May 2006 (PDT)

As a side note, creating all these articles really does nothing to help the wiki at all. They contain no real useful information, and aren't even actually stubs. They'd most likely be deleted shortly on Wikipedia. I suggest not creating articles unless you plan on adding some sort of useful information on that particular topic. Even a sentance or two describing the basic function of the spells, in this case, would have sufficed. Otherwise, it's better to leave them as red links, and let someone who DOES want to write about them create the article. - Oliver (User | Talk) 07:28, 1 May 2006 (PDT)

Check out Help:Style (spells) if you haven't yet. Also, in the articles you've recently edited, make sure the spell template inclusion is at the very top of the article, before any other text, else the article will not wrap around it properly. Oliver (User | Talk) 14:23, 1 May 2006 (PDT)

Material/Armor Weights

It'd be most appropriate to just include the information in each material article, and perhaps a table by material in each armor sub group article. A comprehensive table of all armors/materials could probably be included in the Armor article. Things can always be rearranged and moved if necesary in the future. Oliver (User | Talk) 19:55, 3 May 2006 (PDT)

Tempering Bonus/Modifier Research

All this done with was done with Tepkin, a halfling wizard. I don't think the DEX, REF, and CHR stat bonus gains has to do anything with the formula, but I threw them in there since they went up along with the other bonuses (just in case). All numbers done in: Level, MIU bonus, Modifier, *stat bonuses that went up that level 25, 152, 214
26, 154, 216
27, 156, 218
28, 158, 222 *CON, DEX, INT, WIS
29, 160, 224
30, 162, 227 *LOG
31, 164, 229
32, 166, 232 *STR, DEX, INT
33, 169, 235
34, 172, 238
35, 175, 241
36, 178, 246 *CON, DEX, LOG, INT, STR, REF
37, 181, 249
38, 184, 252
39, 187, 255
40, 190, 259 *CON, DEX, INT, REF
41, 193, 262
42, 196, 266 *LOG, WIS, CHR
43, 199, 269
44, 202, 273 *DEX, INT, REF
45, 205, 276
46, 208, 279
47, 211, 282
48, 214, 287 *DEX, LOG, INT, REF, CHR
49, 217, 290
50, 220, 293
51, 223, 296