Talk:Character

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Hinney, I recommend that you create two types of nav/info-boxes for the classes/races/skills/etc

In the case for class items there should be a small top-nav bar for each class and each race that links to the important pages.. i.e

Class

 Class Skills           <- class nav-top-bar + skill nav-side-bar
 Class Traits           <- class nav-top-bar + Traits nav-side-bar
 Class Accomplishments  <- class nav-top-bar + Accomplishments nav-side-bar

etc...

Race

 Race Skills           <- race nav-top-bar + skill nav-side-bar
 Race Traits           <- race nav-top-bar + Traits nav-side-bar
 Race Accomplishments  <- race nav-top-bar + Accomplishments nav-side-bar

etc...

--Lotroadmin 22:10, 20 March 2007 (PDT)

General comments

--In the Bio section, is it true that you can still just type in /adopt? I thought you had to use a notary for that. Also, perhaps someone more familiar with the process can describe exactly how you go about changing your generation so that the adoption will occur. --Why is there a "credit" column in the experience points chart? Is this really necessary? It's almost certainly not up to date. Adelas 11:34, 2 November 2007 (PDT)

I think so. Simple drop down box in your character journal. (But I've not used it.)
No the "credit" shouldn't be there. Wiki credit is in the form of the page history, where it can be seen who did what. DancesInTrees 01:27, 4 November 2007 (PST)
I did a little adoption on LOTRO, I believe that the player you're adopting just has to be one level lower than your current generation level, which you can set yourself ie generation 1 can adopt generation 2, 2 can adopt 3... not sure about 1 -> 3 etc, but I don't think it would work. --Fedaykin 07:30, 4 November 2007 (PST)

level and age?

I'm not sure I agree that level represents our age... I know that it is point of view for some roleplayers, but there are other ways to represent the age, just visit the barber and add some age marks to your face... I'd rather say that level represent the experience of the character... but that's just my PoV... --Xander 03:33, 13 March 2008 (PDT)

Agreed - my Hobbits started off in their teens/tweens and nearly one year on they are still there - even though they are now rather more experienced (30/46/50). As for my elf - 50? Baby elves don't go exploring! Gotta be at least a couple of hundred. DancesInTrees 02:58, 14 March 2008 (PDT)
Yeah, I think it's safe to say we can remove that now. --Fedaykin 10:37, 10 June 2008 (PDT)

Updated XP table post-Moria book 7

I'm building an updated XP table for the new level thresholds at User:Gaerlin/Sandbox/XPTable. I will replace the table on this page with that one once it's complete. Please feel free to help fill it in. --Gaerlin 14:43, 3 May 2009 (UTC)