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 Post subject: New Website Index? Monster/NPC, and Area Summaries
PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 3:18 pm 
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Since all of them were applicable to have their own private section of a website on dl. Maybe make prospective viewers and current new players somewhat
more investigative about DL. By no means does a Monster index mean give any exact information from wherevers. But,
Wouldn't it be nice if these several things would be taken underwing by some of us.
1a) Generalizing a level range for an area, naming it as the post topic in a new forum box. Tell the terrain view, possible inhabitants, and anything
interesting into a brief one to two paragraph summary for players.
1b) Any submitted picture for a frontal/side view
of a monster, npc, or creature, person you get the noun yet? in an area posted up on a web site adress in a monster manual website. The current picture
can be challanged by any new artist and posted
in the forums for maybe a 2 week duration vote.
Lost contestants may not compete twice with same
1c) The general summaries written by players who've
taken time reward then with a dozen cookies, and then
take the best generalizaiton and add it to the
actual website page.
*Eventually the forums should only be used to add to the index and past messages removed or erased.

If people took the same several methods for areas and made a summaray, and anyone Bob Ross to dare that feat, go for it. I doubt we have any of you
amongst us to wither that much time away.

Reasoning for such a tremendous amount of efforts. Would be that after over months of compiled data that we've all added and taken from, would give
a detailed insight to whay lies in the lands of turien. While some people may find this useless, the little learers who've kept with us would probably benifit from such wisdom.

Thank you. for reading this gross list.

connecting old lands that have been used up

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