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World of Farland

A world conquered by evil and ruled by the Lords of Sin; A unique campaign setting designed to be used with D&D 4th Edition.


Website Typos and Inconsistencies

   
Glad you like it, Val, and if you find any typos during your perusings, post them here.

Alright in the gnomes spotlight I wrote can you change this:

12, 602-- The elves, dwarves, and gnomes barely manage to overcome the drow and destroy the city of Morclaenthaur. The drow priestess Melegurtha Spidermaid kills Fingalion in the final onslaught. She then leads the remainder of her people deep into the unexplored Underdark. A regiment of the Gnomish infantry of the Sag caste vow to stay permanently behind in the Underdark, to keep the surface people apprised of the movements of the evil under the ground. This is the first completely underground home of the gnomes. They had previously lived in holes and warrens in the hills and riverbanks

to read:

12, 602-- The elves, dwarves, and gnomes barely manage to overcome the drow and destroy the city of Morclaenthaur. The drow priestess Melegurtha Spidermaid kills Fingalion in the final onslaught. She then leads the remainder of her people deep into the unexplored Underdark. A regiment of the Gnomish infantry of the Sag caste along with their families vow to stay permanently behind in the Underdark, to keep the surface people apprised of the movements of the evil under the ground. Contact is lost shortly thereafter with these gnomes and they are assumed lost. Not long after they are forgotten. The elves suspect that these gnomes may be the origin of the legendary deep gnomes said to dwell far before the surface.

Also can you change the heading to just "History" since there's no culture included in the section?

Thanks

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Originally Posted by Valanduil
Alright in the gnomes spotlight I wrote can you change this:

12, 602-- The elves, dwarves, and gnomes barely manage to overcome the drow and destroy the city of Morclaenthaur. The drow priestess Melegurtha Spidermaid kills Fingalion in the final onslaught. She then leads the remainder of her people deep into the unexplored Underdark. A regiment of the Gnomish infantry of the Sag caste vow to stay permanently behind in the Underdark, to keep the surface people apprised of the movements of the evil under the ground. This is the first completely underground home of the gnomes. They had previously lived in holes and warrens in the hills and riverbanks

to read:

12, 602-- The elves, dwarves, and gnomes barely manage to overcome the drow and destroy the city of Morclaenthaur. The drow priestess Melegurtha Spidermaid kills Fingalion in the final onslaught. She then leads the remainder of her people deep into the unexplored Underdark. A regiment of the Gnomish infantry of the Sag caste along with their families vow to stay permanently behind in the Underdark, to keep the surface people apprised of the movements of the evil under the ground. Contact is lost shortly thereafter with these gnomes and they are assumed lost. Not long after they are forgotten. The elves suspect that these gnomes may be the origin of the legendary deep gnomes said to dwell far before the surface.

Also can you change the heading to just "History" since there's no culture included in the section?

Thanks
Done and thanks.

I found a typo in the historical timeline - Age of the Immortals - year 7017 - indigenous is spelled incorrectly.

In the Gods section, there is an extra space between the words minstrel and and in the section on Bestra. The paragraph is as follows:
Bestra is pictured as a beautiful woman armed with a shield and a harp. She is kind and nurturing, prayed to by mothers everywhere. Her worshipers hold a yearly feast with the crops that Bestra the Good has allowed to grow. Her clerics tend to wear a cloth of red satin somewhere on their body, to symbolize the love of Bestra. She is also the patron of poets, minstrels and bards everywhere. Her clerics will never fail to do their best to protect a good creature.

In the same section under Dekk, there is a space between Knowledge and the comma that follows.
Domains: Knowledge , magic, protection, earth

In the demi-human section on the same webpage, I recommend replacing the comma in this sentence to a semi-colon. It's ultimately your call, just a recommendation.
Tal-Allustiel has no temple, his priests worship him in the most beautiful glades they can find on bright sunny days.

In the same section, there appears to be a space between a closing semi-colon and a comma.
Ceremonies: Thranalhil (Meet-of-Elhil), Manecrist (Ceremony of the Sundering, 17th of Valsal), Vanarian (Ritual of Naming) , Bereuthien (Ceremony of Magic), Namolan (Ritual of Memory) , others

In the races section, there is a grammatical error in the goblin section. Shouldn't this be neither/nor?:
They have a foul disposition, but are neither particularly orderly or disorderly.

Same page, Orc section. Should makes be singular?
Their society is patriarchal, and might makes right on an individual scale and a social one.

Same page, same section. The word Sin has a capital I.
Occupied Kingdoms: Orcs are the foot soldiers of the Lords of SIn.

On the languages page, #4 Kelevan needs a closing paranthesis at the end.
4. Kelevan (Kelerak and Daven) (Speakers of Kelevan can make an INT check with a DC of 14 to understand Kalish. They must make this check once per encounter)

Same page, #7 Khazdun, there's an extra space between the of and 5.
7. Khazdun (Dwarven-- hill and mountain, both only slightly different). Hill Dwarves can make an INT check with a DC of 5 to understand Mountain Dwarven and vice versa. They must make this check once per encounter. Hill uses the Mithaud alphabet, and mountain uses the Wawmar alphabet; both are runic. Speakers of Dwarven can also understand Dark Dwarven with an INT check DC 16. Dwarven is never taught to non dwarves.

Same page, #8 Elhil, a space is needed between the Elhil and the paranthesis.
8. Elhil(Elvish, called Altarian or High Speech, uses the Elwar alphabet.)

Same page #16 Dragon. There's a period after Dragon. This is a consistency issue. None of the other sections have periods after the name of the language.
16. Dragon. (Good dragons make an INT check DC 7 to understand the dialect of evil dragons and vice versa).

Same page #17 Dark Dwarven. The Speakers of Dark Dwarven are doing the "can, can". On a more serious note...can is repeated twice.
17. Dark Dwarven (the language of Duergar and Derro and other related beings of the Dark Deeps.) Speakers of Dark Dwarven can can understand Dwarven on an Int check DC 18.

Thanks, Galadwen. All are corrected (except "might makes right," which was already correct.)

On the most recent update (which is VERY cool BTW) the racial height chart pictures a half-orc which is also listed as an orc. Shouldn't it be one or the other? I think maybe you linked to the wrong pic for the orc?

Thanks, but that was intentional actually. I lightened the skin of the orc to make him a half-orc. If you look at it you will see the orc has more gray skin.

In the timeline for the "Age of Man", c. 3606, there is an extra space between which and put.
Aelfar attacks Kassius, which put up a surprising resistance, primarily due to their contingency of battle mages which Normator had been secretly developing.




 

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