So I've had a plan of adding the Crys'lrith known as Drisaadi into the story, one plan I have is that he would cause trouble (in this case, mind control people) and Zsark would have to find a way to stop it. If you have a different plan for him, or you don't want him to be in the story at all, let me know.
Also, by confirming this you would have to be in the Titanpad whenever I work on ZB, unfortunately I do not want to do anything with Drisaadi that would be out of character in the story.
So I have confirmed that the Miigish have accepted the trade agreement, so I will write that date down on the KRMS page. However, what other possible interaction do you think could go on between these races?
Impy wanted to send you this message, though due to computer problems, I volunteered to send you this message.
We have been talking about your stuff recently on the IRC. While I am impressed with the quality of your creations and your fiction for a new guy (still needs some work though), I think you have a few problems that need to be rectified if you wish to continue working on your fiction.
Most important: Planes of Existence are no longer created. They are established regions that are rarely used in fiction and no more should be added unless with the consent of the community as a whole.
Art-style, you borrow a bit too much from Xho, what with your creatures and fractal art. Drawing inspiration is okay, outright copying is frowned upon, and Xho himself is particularly touchy about that. If you want to become prominent here, you should attempt to develop a unique creature style, to do your own thing.
You also borrow things from other users: some sections of your fiction are copied, sometimes word to word, such as the culture of the Plazith League. That is a pretty big offense and you should try to rectify it when possible.
In general originality is preferred, so even when you borrow things from other fiction (like with, say, the Sovereignty of Kau), you should try to add your own elements. You mostly borrowed all the names and abilities - trying to diverge from the D&D archetype would improve your fiction a lot.
Also, you cannot use symbols you did not create yourself or asked someone else to create for you. You thus must replace or remove the Vitiate Sith Empire's sigil you use for the Draekar Remnant.
I hope the following points will be understood and followed - for your sake as well as for ours. We have standards and rules, and you would do well to abide by them.
Now, I personally know how hard it is to create fiction and still be fresh. I've gone through a lot of trouble with others on here over my originality or lack there of. A lot of the users can be very critical at times, but I, and a great number of people on here, would be happy to help you if you need any guidance or assistance with writing or creating models. It's hard people saying your not doing well enough, I know all too well, but it did allow me to improve myself and I hope this can help you even more.
I do think that as far as those aforementioned "changes" go, removing all content from some pages to replace with "delete" is a...fairly hasty decision. You may still want to rewrite a lot of the pages later, to update them with a new canon that you feel is more original and interesting. I've seen many fictions go that way (believe me - I wrote one of them), so I know how that goes.
To be clear, are you absolutely sure you just want the pages deleted? I will happily oblige, but I should warn you that you may well change your mind.
Fair enough. I'll still undelete pages if you change your mind at any point - though if you are as unhappy with them as you say, you may prefer to simply remake the pages at the same name, and not keep the old edit history. Best of luck with the rewrites!
While I can't give a good explanation for what templates are since I'm a newbie myself, they are pretty easy once you get used to it. In my experience, you can make your own page where you make your template and test it there. There's really no need to borrow someone else's template page if you don't feel like it.
Hello. As noted by some members of the community, there are some things to address regarding the Westanios Kulara Triumvirate before we can consider them canon.
For starters, they break the age rule of the setting. Koldenwelt is 30,000 years old, yet you're giving your empire ages of 170,000 or more. You must adjust your ages and keep in mind we already have plenty of pre-established ancient races, we discourage the addition of more dozens-of-thousand-year-old active civilizations.
Also, some users have expressed concern over your City-State of Corance's alleged size. Being a city state implies it's made up of a single city, yet you claim it extends to three different regions, something that would not be physically possible.