I don't know how else to explain it! It's elemental power. It comes from the pure elements of the world she exists in. Since it's part of a pure element it holds the elements power. Like I said it holds the elemental power of pure earth because it is pure earth! It's in the third sentence under magical properties.*takes a deep breath* *more calmly* That's what I was trying to get across during the whole thing. I'll fix it again. *sigh* I thought I explained it more clearly that time, but oh well. Sorry that I suck so copletely at writing. Go to Comment
There I fixed it once more. I'm not sure if it has helped though because I wasn't sure what to do with it. If you still don't understand please tell me "exactly" why you don't understand where it gets its power from and where I lose you and I will try to fix it again. Go to Comment
Sorry. I had explained how it effected the wielder's abilities, but somehow I deleted it one of the times I edited. It doesn't have any speciel effect of the attacked. It has the same effect that a normal sword should. It kills or wounds them. Go to Comment
I've tried know to give a better feel of her personality and I've corrected the word morph. Thankyou for pointing it out. I hate misspelled words in my posts. I'm sorry you dislike her name, but once I give a give a character a name I don't change it. Sorry Obsidian, I didn't notice that! I've tried to get it based on her again, but to me the family is part of the character. A character's family are what shaped and molded the character through life, so I wanted to incorperate them into her history. Details Details Details! Yes they are important. I'll try my best to start doing that. I used to pretty good at it, but my friends used to complain that I went to in depth, so I tried not to. The only problem is I can't get in between. I'm either too in depth or I'm not enough. Plus I get ideas in my head,but it's hard to completely explain them. I'm glad you liked the site! I'll send you the names of a few more sites I know! Go to Comment
An African tribe called the Ik throws their children out of their homes once they turn 3. They are left to fend for themselves with no help from their parents at all, and to survive, form groups with others their age. These groups only last a few years, and every so often the individual will join a completely different group.