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May 28, 2006, 8:22 am

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spirit warriors of doom


these etheral warriors are the bane of all good things in the world.

Full Description
Spectre-like these deadly warriors float all over the plains.
They are known and feared rightly by many different races around the worlde.
They are feared because of their ruthlessness in combat and their devious cunning in capturing their enemy’s.
They are the ghosts of once mighty warriors that have been cursed by the eldar gods because they refused to help fight against the lord of the dark elves of Enirian with the templars of the order of shining light.
( for more information on the order of shinig light keep checking the societies page, it will appear thie soon).

Additional Information
These deadly warriors cannot be destroyed by normal weapons.
They can only be destroyed by weapons that are imbued with magic or inscribed with powerful runes of breaking and dismemberment. only high or light magic imbued weapons can harm them.

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Voted Roack
May 22, 2006, 9:00
Quite simply, four sentences does not constitute a post. While I'm at it, why are they feared? What causes them to roam the plains? Furthermore, what type of rune-inscribed/enchanted weapons can they be destroyed with, and again, why?
Voted Scrasamax
May 22, 2006, 9:11
Only voted
Voted Cheka Man
May 22, 2006, 11:14
1/5 for this.
May 24, 2006, 13:38
Okay Freddie, nice try. Now lets do this for real. You have some good ideas, lets see if we can salavage something. There are five points you need to meet to make this a submission not worth scrubbing.

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Review the top rated posts of the category you want to post it. If you want to do an item, click into items, then the highest rated (in red) and it will give you a list of the best items. Read the first ten or so.

Is your post anything like any of those?

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This is your major failing point in my opinion. You need to focus on this. Put some thought into your post. Take your time putting the post into print. Taking time to do a post right shows you care not only about your audience and yourself, but you care about the thing you are posting about. If you aren't spending a minimum of 15 to 30 minutes on the post, it will probably be abused and low rated. Most of us spend 45 to 60 minutes on a post. Some of us considerably more. Remember, you will spend more time actually thinking about your post before you put it up, if you want to do it right.

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This standard is really not that hard to meet. New members often meet it on their first or second try. You do not need to be a professional writer, you just need to put a little effort into doing it right. Now, we want you to take this one back and apply what I have just given you.

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That is what you really need to do, apply some work to your post. It is too short to be useful to another gamer. It does not explain everything people need to know about this group so they can use it in their campaign. It is poorly written in terms of English and Grammar. In short, put it back in the working place and give it another try.
May 25, 2006, 8:05
it's not as bad as it looks but i agree with Moonhunter it does need some good upgrading.
i'll vote on this later if you upgrade it.

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