This is a brand new product, so you may not know it. A Stub is typically a submission that you don't finish - at that point, or ever - but it has useful information that expands some other submission(s). Mechanic-wise, you don't get XP for it, people can't vote on it etc. It is something incomplete, that is still out there in the public - but you can of course finish it later and make it a normal submission.
This is so very wrong, yet so very good. I like the existing details and the various uses (though I would think the nobles would not pile out early...) It would of liked more "flavor details" about the location.
I would of made Darius his own submission (he would be a good alternate necromancer) or stub. Or, the NPCs could be linked stubs. These people have other applications. Go to Comment
The two big advantage of the stubs is the hypertext function and the building add.
Hypertext function is much what it says, it is additional information that is useful, but would clutter up your submission if you had to explain it right there. If you are going to use the same "little bit" of information in more than one submission, it is more efficient and asthetically functional to use a stub for hyperlink purposes.
The Building function allows you to take existing small pieces of work and casually add them to other subs. For example Rydlin Steel from http://www.strolen.com/content.php?node=2975 could easily be incorporated in yours or anyones work. Go to Comment