However, if you still have, or are in the mood to write, entries for items that are not covered under these then please enter them below. THis includes adding information to or expanding existing entries.
Well to add one I added to the old manual before, I know I added others just to now remember what
Szalista - the ancient Cenerese word meaning 'fifteen'
Edit some more
Vorka - reptilan fighters, a fighting breed of agarashi raised by Vandyan in Skull-tor, Duadon using the lost runes of Agarash the damned.
Addition to Agarash the damned - As well as the doomstones three obsidain tablets where engraved with runes and are known as the lost ruins of agarash the damned
Lord Vandyan - A man not of noble birth, who became ruler of the eldenorans after the death of prince Lutha. He crushed all royal opposition before he raised war against Delden after falsely accusing them of violating Eldenora boarders, he next stuck at Magador. Before attempting to take Lyris in battle.
Zorkaan the soultaker - Raised by Vandyan using the ruins of Agarash the damned from the plain of darkness. He was trapped in magnamund after the destruction of the ruins and left to run free for a while. This whirling black shadow was able to capture lonewolf outside of Ruanon and carry him to his new master Xaol, a necromancer dwelling in the city of Gazad Helkona
Updating all the Manual/Tome info into a Wiki would be MUCH better than hosting it "on site" as before. As AS said, wikis can be updated by anyone, we'd just have to monitor it for hijakers and the like.
"I've got better things to do tonight than die!" - Springer
"If theres a downside to worshiping darkness and shadows, its that we must take our tea without milk."
Post by Aguila Saber on Apr 2, 2008 13:25:46 GMT -5
Banning IPs isnt a problem, the old wiki let us do that. As you said Wuuf, it was the lack of admins on the Wiki that didnt help.
Wiki's have the ability to ban, unfortunately it didn't really work. I petitioned to IP ban the commercial spammers there but no ban was imposed. The admins who were online could not find the IP's of the posters, and so couldn't ban them.
User ban was less effective since we alas didn't have a protection from registration bots on the wiki part. The bots simply created a new user regularly and continued to spam their non-sense.