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Book errors

As per DM's request, I am listing the spelling and grammar errors that I was able to discern in the books on this page.


Ground Floor

5.

This book is riddled with poor grammar and spelling mistakes. Unless the grammar is intentional, this is how I would re-write the book:

The Deraisim became homeless in the wars. As nomadic wanderers they hid in the woods. Families would travel together for a while, only to disband again whenever an area could not sustain them any longer. Hunted by countless enemies they were frequently outnumbered. They were forced to retreat into the deepest woods where their foes were fewer. There they created encampments which they visited now and then. They also had contact with many creatures and cultures. Gradually they adopted ideas and inventions that suited their nomadic lifestyle and even began a very cautious trade with other races to aquire things they were not able to build on their own. As wars broke out between the other races, taking their attention away from the elves, some of the elves began to live at their encampments on a permanent basis. By adopting what they had seen from other races and things they vaguely remembered from their own past, they established some trading posts. Usually only one to three families lived at each of these posts. After their reunification with the Cenath the majority of Deraisim were convinced to give a permanent settlement a try and the largest Deraisim tradingpost became the settlement of Ab'Dendriel. Some families refused to join their brethren and continued to wander the world, only visiting the city now and then. Each visit convinced them more that they have only little in common with the Deraisim anymore. So they began to call themselves Abdaisim and continued to be the nomads and restless wanderers of elvenkind.

6. ... they found refuge in caves, adopting a lifestyle much like their ancient enemies the dwarves.

...This class of minotaurs was the only one who could live long enough to learn skills not directly connected to war.

...the younger warriors began to look at them as parents and advisors.

...A minotaurian warrior is skilled as an artist, often found ?conentrated? drawing, reciting or creating poems and wielding a weapon with awareness and cold hearted skill.

7. ...but only to concentrate on his natural ability of mana-using...

Top Floor

16. ...they were some of the first to appear, apparently far less disoriented than other beings...

21. ...All newborns are tested and the shamans decide a future function in orcish society...

...Orcs are usually content with their place in orcish society and only the leaders fight each other on purpose...

23. ...much of their artifacts, artwork and books were brought to these cities...

...Life went on as usual for some time, the elves minding only their own business...

...In a frantic attempt to rescue their lives, and even their accustomed way of life, the elves began to weave powerfull spells...

...Many of their best magicians literally 'burnt out' in the process but finally the elves succeeded...

...They created a artificial light and even created weather. There they lived for hundreds of years, studying and practicing magic, mainly to manipulate and reproduce effects of nature to enhance their lives.

...Piece by piece their land was torn away and the wisest of the elves found out...

...The 'return' was awful. Almost half of the elves perished...

...battered elves retreated and began to wander aimlessly through the lands...

...So one of their encampments was choosen as new home for the elvenkind...

26. ...I don't want to minimize the value of Rail Ashkil's work...

...that the beings themselves are producing the mana themselfes!

...or the whole "manasphere" is only an unprovable theory!

Underground

33. ...Stripped of almost any possessions, they hid in the caves...

...Most beasts that could live in such life-threatening circumstances were so powerful that direct attacks proved to be futile...

...So the elves began to develop a more devious way to fight...

...enough resources to leave the burning lands and adapted their way of life to their new environment...

...apperance had changed to a even more slender version of the normal elves...

...strands of their hair in unusual colors like red, blue or purple...

34. ...On the other hand we found no living being in the area...

35. ...their fate is yet unclear, but they have little contact with the other elven casts...

38. ...Our elementalists have successfully unveiled the the secrets of what is called "dream magic"...

...are limited to protective and growing spells, which yet do not prove any harm...

...as well as we can only deny the existance of aggressive magic by an elven race od caste of unknown origin...


-- WhitelacesTalk † χρισtoς αnεσtη, αληθως αnεσtη -- 08:56, 5 July 2006 (PDT)


1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 10,
12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19,
22, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30,
31, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40,
41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49.

First, Second, Fourth, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-Second, Twenty-Fourth, Twenty-Fifth, Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Nineth, Thirtieth, Thirty-First, Thirty-Third, Thirty-Fourth, Thirty-Eigth, Thirty-Ninth, Fortieth, Forty-First, Forty-Second, Forty-Third, Forty-Fourth, Forty-Fifth, Forty-Sixth, Forty-Seventh, Forty-Eight, Forty-Ninth.

I think the empty bookcases should be numbered, it'd be a lot easier to read through..
Sixorish My contributions Talk page 12:25, 23 January 2008 (UTC)


New book?

Hello, in the Bookcase Forty-First have one book, but no have in wiki:

"We confirm that the Ruthless Seven have occupied the place which is known as Pits of Inferno. With the help of divination, we were able to see that they channelled their dark essence to some remote place in our world for unknown reasons. We could not figure out this place, though. It cannot be emphasised enough that it is extremely important to find this place and if possible, to destroy it."

He is there?
--Sano 02:00, December 31, 2010 (UTC)

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