Hi, welcome to Dungeons and Dragons Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Nahlasit (3.5e Prestige Class) page.

Please leave a message on my talk page if I can help with anything! -- Eiji-kun (Talk) 01:51, February 14, 2010

Suggestions Edit

So you don't fill the RSS feed with changes, could you please use the "preview" button and make a bunch of changes at once instead of saving after everything thing? Also, you might want to sandbox your unstarted classes like I did here for you so people don't stick the Incomplete template on them when they aren't really started :-) --Ghostwheel 10:07, February 14, 2010 (UTC)

Thanks mate, just had a brains storm; but needed to get some work done. So I thought I'd coin the name - at least. Work on it tomorrow. Your very quick - within 30 seconds of the coining you've already corrected it. --Franken Kesey 10:14, February 14, 2010 (UTC)

Preview Button Edit

I don't mean to be annoying, but could you please start using the preview button a bit more? We have to track the recent changes for vandalism, and so many edits in such a short period of time makes it a bit difficult. You don't have to make one edit for every little thing, you can combine them all into a larger edit! Surgo 01:00, February 17, 2010 (UTC)

Nahlasit Edit

I saw that you were worried about losing it on SgtLion's talk page. Don't stress about it. If you do a page move to "User:Franken_Kesey/Nahlasit" and take it out of / nowiki the categories on it, you've put it in a user sandbox and made it immune from the completion requirements. As long as it's not in the navigation and it's a subpage of your user page, you can work on tweaking it for years and have it be incomplete the whole time. We don't want you to lose your hard work, we just don't want users finding it in the main navigation section expecting it to be complete and playable. Let me know if you want to do this but need help, it's not a big deal. - TarkisFlux 18:20, February 18, 2010 (UTC)

I'll let you know if I want it for the Nahlasit PrC at the end of the day. Could you move my Vroons (3.5e Race) into a sand box. --Franken Kesey 18:26, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
No worries, it's done. You can also move it yourself with the Move link at the top of the page. If you check the history of the Vroons (which are technically mechanically compelte, the summary helps substantially with navigation though, don't know why Ghost flagged it like he did) you'll see what I'm talking about with the nowiki'ing of the categories so it doesn't show in nav. - TarkisFlux 18:37, February 18, 2010 (UTC)

Images Edit

All images uploaded by any person will be deleted unless they contain both their license and where you got them from. I've noticed none of the images that you have uploaded have that. It's a pain in the ass and I apologize for forcing it on everyone, but it's required to keep us on the right side of the law. So if you could please go back to the images you uploaded, and edit that information in, that would be great. If you need help doing that, drop into the chat (see the link on the sidebar) and we'll be happy to help you. Surgo 16:43, February 25, 2010 (UTC)

Sorry mate, the luke/ vader should be deleted then. part of public domain but I have forgotten were I got them. How do I edit the Vivika Specers Licence stuff? The web site that I got it from states "All the fantasy pictures here are free for you to use on your non commercial website." so it should be ok - right? see here --Franken Kesey 21:19, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
Those are okay to use. Just make sure you include the proper template when uploading them, from that drop-down box, and be sure to include in the text a link back to the page you got them from! Surgo 22:13, February 25, 2010 (UTC)

Contributors Edit

Saw your question for Eiji, and since I wrote it into the author template I figured I'd beat Eiji to telling you about it. Somewhere in the "{{Author" section, add a "|contributors=Name1, Name2" line, with the real names of the people you want to credit, and it'll show up in the author box. If that's not clear, let me know and I'll drop it into a page for you so you can look at it more easily. - TarkisFlux 23:29, March 9, 2010 (UTC)

And then I saw you try to make it link to NV, and while you could have made it work it would have done bad things to the properties (so I'm glad you didn't). But it was a good idea that I didn't think about at the time, so now the contributors tag does that. :-) - TarkisFlux 23:47, March 9, 2010 (UTC)
Got it, thanks for the help. --Franken Kesey 00:17, March 10, 2010 (UTC)

Joker Copyright Violation Edit

In your Joker (3.5e Optimized Character Build), you have copied a significant amount of non-OGL material that is originally from Complete Scoundrel. Due to this, I must delete the page almost immediately -- I'll give you some time to copy down the stuff and wiki-formatting if you want, but I must delete the page within, say, 12 hours, because it is a copyright violation. Surgo 04:00, March 28, 2010 (UTC)

Sorry! Just so this does not happen again what was the copyright violation? And who is this Complete Scoundrel? Sorry mate didn't know. --Franken Kesey 04:19, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
A lot of the Master of Masks stuff is copy-pasted from a 3.5e book published by WotC called "Complete Scoundrel". You probably copy-pasted it from the other wiki, but it's a copyright violation there too. Surgo 04:28, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
Well in that case, could I just delete all the Master of Masks stuff? --Franken Kesey 04:32, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
No, because the information would still be there, just (immediately) hidden. I'll need to delete the whole page. Provided you can fix the problems with the page, it can be re-uploaded. Surgo 05:09, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
Master of Masks is available publicly: [1]. --Andrew Arnott (talk, email) 18:02, March 28, 2010 (UTC)
I didn't know that (thanks Aarnott); unfortunately, we still don't have permission to post it here which means it's still a copyright violation if we do. Surgo 18:09, March 28, 2010 (UTC)

Deletion Notice Edit

Mr. Hyde (3.5e Optimized Character Build) was deleted according to our standard, if you want the page restored for sandboxing simply contact a sysop and they will gladly restore it. Thank you for you're understanding of maintenance policy. --Leziad 04:58, April 9, 2010 (UTC)

Phasing out NPCs Edit

We're actually looking to eliminate our NPCs section for this wiki. If you're interested in creating NPCs, I suggest you look at the d20 NPCs wikia, as they are the ones we want to give our NPCs section to. Surgo 03:50, April 28, 2010 (UTC)

That said, even if you put your NPCs up on that wiki, they need to have working, by-the-rules numbers. None of this Medicine Man stuff. Surgo 03:52, April 28, 2010 (UTC)
What about NPC's used as examples for classes? And high level bosses? Would these remain? It would appear that both are being used on a regular bases. Could there be a section for bosses? (i.e. ones that are meant to have campaigns based around them). Thanks --Franken Kesey 23:32, April 28, 2010 (UTC)

Race UpdatesEdit

While your heart is in the right place. You're missing a bunch of stuff and I have to go and edit them anyways, so you might as well save yourself the effort, stop, and let me just do it. --Ganteka Future 20:54, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Are you referring to my races, or my recent formatting standardisation of others' races? --Franken Kesey 20:57, May 11, 2010 (UTC)
The recent edits for "standardization". --Ganteka Future 21:01, May 11, 2010 (UTC)
Sorry for adding to the madness - will discontinue. --Franken Kesey 21:04, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Healing Personified Edit

This is meant to be a WotC-only build. Please remove any non-WotC-sourced material from it. --Ghostwheel 23:17, May 11, 2010 (UTC)

Words of Wisdom Edit

"The difference between bravery and stupidity is if the plan works" - Newrok Shadowblade, Saint of Creation in Shadowgate 17:40, August 2, 2010 (UTC)

Your Jedi/Sith Edit

Hey. I'm also into playing a jedi/sith class in campaigns. I've often played a soul-knife/sword-sage/ exotic weapon masters build though. With it I have succeded on most of the light-saber stuff but have never got very far with either the force push or lightning abilities. I like your class but you should correct a couple problems. 1. There are no rules saying jedis should be able to wear armor, consider giving them proficiency with light armor and expand their abilities so they function while wearing atleast light armor. 2. Provide a 2-handed lightsaber option, most-likely simillar to the bastard sword/katana. 3. It deals a little too much damage with the lighsaber. 4. Jedi or sith should not be paths. It should just be padawan with 20 max levels and seperate prestige classes. One would be the sith master which would require an evil alignment and some force abilities and the second class would be the jedi which would require a good alignment and possibly grant smite-evil abilities. Other prestige classes could also be created, including ones that provide "jedi-mind-tricks" or improved force abilities. 4. Its not necessary but it would also work if you gave the padawan a low BAB but gave the class a kensai-like ability that gave him/her a enchantment bonus and/or special abilities with the brilliant energy ability highly advised or maybe mandatory. Please consider. I like the idea but you should work on it. - —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

Speaking from both a flavor perspective and a mechanical one, I don't think the Jedi should be able to wear armor. The insight bonus to AC combined with a belt of the monk (which is still legit because it's not armor) gives it its Wisdom mod to AC twice (they may not stack, but even if they don't the precedent that it can handle itself without armor is still set.
Any one-handed weapon can also be wielded in two hands, dealing 1.5 times your Strength mod in damage instead of just your regular bonus, so that particular contingency is already in place. A bastard sword is normally a martial weapon when wielded in two hands but requires EWP to use in one hand.
I also think you may be underestimating the Rogue Balance Point that this class is marked at. Aside from the lightsaber, the Jedi doesn't really have a means of dealing a lot of damage, so I think the lightsaber damage is fine as is. Same with the full BAB, for the same reasons (at least that way the Jedi's sole contribution is a dependable one). Plus, since the Sith and Jedi really are extensions of the Padawan as stated in the class, I think making them paths instead of prestige classes is the right call. Making them prestige classes might insinuate that they were accessible via some other means, which they really aren't nor should they be.
Lastly, brilliant energy is kind of bad. Sure it goes through armor and stuff, but it doesn't harm non-living materials. D&D-wise, that's really bad because it means undead are the bane of every Jedi ever. Then, Star Wars-wise, there would be no cutting through droids or anything equally awesome. - TG Cid 04:28, August 11, 2010 (UTC)
I'm back! almost forgot about this website. Sorry for any inconveniences, and thank you both for the advice and council. I, as of late, have had far more important thing bevelling my mind (blasphemy I know).
A few quick points:
1. You both refer to the armor proficiency, but have fail to read it. It states in padawan "they cannot wear shields or armor of any kind". Originality I did this for flavour reasons, but I also second ThunderGods' eloquent logic. And only request his advice on if the monk belt (and similar items) should stack.
2. Two handed damage would be the same as any other weapon - I don't see any reason otherwise. When one considers that the lightsaber forcelightning and energy absorb, are the only ways of dealing large dmg, the rouge level seems both sound and balanced.
3. As ThunderGod pointed out Brilliant Energy would not work. Yet do not want to denounce your idea of a "kensai-like ability". What alternative special abilities did you have in mind?
Thankyou again. Please let me know of any other monstrosity's. Good Night and Good Luck --Franken Kesey 16:55, September 30, 2010 (UTC)
Unless somebody finds it unjust, I will take this serious off my talk page and put it onto the Sith/Jedi page, with a link to it on this page. Any obstructer's?

Sorry about... Edit

Sorry about the incomplete-on-sandbox thing. I didn't see it was sandboxed on first glance and jumped the gun there. --Quantumboost 06:02, October 11, 2010 (UTC)

No worry's. I would appreciate more sophisticated and mature french. Just try to stay level headed and civil. You could not imagine how unremarkable some of the insults on this wiki have been. Don't belittle me with things like small headed or the generic french - its just a wast of time. Madness is the only thing that keeps me sain! --Franken Kesey 06:48, October 11, 2010 (UTC)
O_o Dood, I don't even speak French. --Quantumboost 06:56, October 11, 2010 (UTC)
"French" was meant as a euphemism for calling me a jackass. A few alternatives: male strumpet - HIV had to seek therapy after leaving your body; Forest Gump had to tutor you the third time you went to second grade! If your going to insult me, belittle me, and call me a heathen cow, at least put some thought into it! Speak softly and carry a big stick (Teddy Roosevelt addressing US policy in South America) --Franken Kesey 07:20, October 11, 2010 (UTC)
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