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
To become a warrior in a tribe. -no food, drink, or sleep for 4 days and nights. -change into special clothes and painted enter hut -slices of skin carved from their chest and shoulders -wooden skewers through the bleeding flesh behind the chest muscles -stout thongs, secured to rafters were tied to skewers -hoisted from floor by these and weights were attached to their feet -twirled around till fell unconscious -when recovered from this, given a hatchet to cut off their little finger -ropes then tied to wrists and force to run in circle like a horse until he passed out -if survive all this he can return to his family in honor knowing he is now a warrior.