User talk:SisterAcacia

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Recent Contributions[edit]

Welcome to the wiki! We absolutely appreciate your efforts to improve the material found on this site. However, you might be unaware that this wiki has a policy -- unusual among wikis -- of giving authors creative control over the pages they create. For convenience, the author template on each homebrew page includes a brief summary of the types of edits the author will allow on that page. Anything outside those limits should be suggested on the talk page instead of changed directly on the article. Your recent contributions were made to pages which have a policy that nothing beyond spelling and grammar may be changed. While we encourage you to continue to take part in our community here, we would ask that you please be mindful of this in the future. --DanielDraco 07:55, 28 July 2012 (UTC)

I see that you've made some more changes that violate the respective pages' editing policies. Once again, I urge you to heed what the page says with regards to what sorts of edits are allowed. Edits such as the ones you made to Verdant Follower (3.5e NPC Class) are generally fine because they do not change the content. But even when you are only changing fluff, such as on Castform (3.5e Monster), it is not acceptable if it is in violation of the page's editing policy. Consider this an official warning; further edits in violation of policy will result in a 1-day suspension of editing privileges. --DanielDraco 11:41, 31 July 2012 (UTC)
Understood, but is there a way I can prove that I am in fact Koumei (the original author)? Such as posting "I go by the name SisterAcacia" on the Gaming Den?
Oh, absolutely. If you can do that and provide me with a link, I'll be glad to un-revert the changes and, if you would like, while I'm doing so, I could also change the author templates to link this user profile as the author. --DanielDraco 11:47, 31 July 2012 (UTC)
Thanks, that would be awesome. Here's the link: http :// --SisterAcacia
Alright, I'll go back through and make those changes now. I apologize for the misunderstanding — I hope it simply shows how dedicated we are to protecting the integrity of your work. --DanielDraco 12:12, 31 July 2012 (UTC)
It certainly does - and you had no way to know, anyway. That's the problem with changing names. --SisterAcacia
This is the best method of user verification I have seen in a long time. Welcome aboard Koumei Sister. - Tarkisflux Talk 15:26, 31 July 2012 (UTC)

Curious About New Stuff[edit]

Hey, I asked about this a little while back on Talk:Misdreavus (3.5e Monster), but I'm guessing you didn't see it. What rules interact with the Pokemon type descriptors ([Psychic], [Ghost], etc.) that you've been recently including in your Pokemon monsters? I like the notion of making the D&D versions better match the type interactions of the source material, but there don't appear to actually be rules to make those designations meaningful. You also refer to Contests, which seem to similarly lack rules text. --DanielDraco (talk) 13:29, 19 October 2012 (UTC)

The info is on a thread on the Den. I'd copy it over here except A) I don't know where to put it and B) I can't really be fucked doing so. —Preceding unsigned comment added by SisterAcacia (talkcontribs) at
Actually I changed my mind. I now created one entry for the Pokemon Traits Subtype, to cover all of them, and I will make a page under... alternate mechanics? Something, anyway. A page to cover Pokemon Contests. Eventually I'll also include the various additional Feats, Prestige Classes, Items and Such. —Preceding unsigned comment added by SisterAcacia (talkcontribs) at
Either 3.5e Variant Rules or 3.5e Sourcebooks, depending on how much work you wanted to put into it and how coherent you wanted to make the package. Or you could talk to Quantumboost about just appending it to the Pokémon d20 (3.5e Sourcebook) directly, updating the relevant bits in the chapters and adding new chapters (read: subpages) as appropriate. His current editing notes indicate he doesn't want people making edits in general, but you could bug him here or ping him on the den about it. - Tarkisflux Talk 06:13, 21 October 2012 (UTC)

Pokémon Articles Designed by Me[edit]

I don't know if you've noticed, but I've been designing Pokémon articles, too. So far, I've done Reshiram, Zekrom, Kyurem, Quilava, Typhlosion, Togekiss, and Dialga, and I'm currently working on Palkia and Mew. Anyways, I've been trying to follow your precedents where possible, but is there anything I've flubbed, by any chance? --Luigifan18 (talk) 02:50, 23 October 2012 (UTC)

Well, although that was not the case at first, I now go by a HD==CR thing - I'm going back and changing a lot of my older ones (but not those by others). Also, I pegged Arceus, who is effectively the god of the setting, as being CR 20, because that's as high as games go without using the Joke Book. Minor legendaries like Zekrom, Reshiram and Kyuurem should be like CR 10, with Palkia, Dialga, Ho-Oh, Celebi (I probably already statted Celebi up and overdid it with the CR) and Giratina being in the 10-15 range. 30 is just beyond a joke (and 6d12+75 damage is not damage that a level 30 character/CR 30 monster deals. A level *20* should be doing ~140 or flat-out saying "Save or Die", or doing close to 50 to all in the area with a Free Action once per round. I actually covered ReshiZekKyuu on the Gaming Den a while ago: http: //
Now, you're free to go in whatever direction you want, and I'm not going to import mine over as "Alternate _____" or anything, but it's worth considering if you want to make them all fit together. Also I finally actually made a page for the Pokemon Type Traits. I totally understand if you don't want to type out what it means in long form for every entry, it's an utter pain in the ass. But here it is anyway: http://
I hope this was more helpful than off-putting. --SisterAcacia
Lol, it's fine, though Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem are not "minor" legendaries, and what makes my Kyurem CR 36 is the whole Utter Malice thing. It gets stronger as it takes damage. And it gains temporary hit points whenever it does damage. Basically, if not taken down quickly, Kyurem's going to go into "guaranteed TPK" power range before its opponents know what hit 'em. Feel free to put your Tao Trio up as alternates, if I don't change mine to "Alternates" before then. --Luigifan18 (talk) 03:16, 23 October 2012 (UTC)
I just want to invade the conversation partly to briefly note my concurrence with SisterAcacia, and but mostly to point out some resources on the wiki that can help or clarify some things. If you really really really want to go past CR 20, you might want to consider framing uber-legendary monsters around characters that have gotten a good way into E20. There's also Complete Epic (a rewrite of the Joke Book), but it's not entirely finished yet. And for a clarification of why HD should always equal CR, check out MLET.
And one other thing to consider. Kyurem's Utter Malice ability makes him strong enough that you believe he warrants CR 36. Maybe the proper response is not to set him at CR 36, but to nerf him so he's down to 20. --DanielDraco (talk) 03:30, 23 October 2012 (UTC)


So it's unlikely you're still here, but if you are, you may have noticed I finally got tired of a bunch of things and went for adoption requests. Placing this here, just in case you want to stop me. -- Eiji-kun (talk) 14:41, 2 June 2016 (UTC)

Witch class[edit]

Just wanted to say your witch class was just brilliant! I would expect it to be a female variant of the standard wizard class, as both need high INT for their magic to be sophisticated enough to be useful.

I've been designing an herbalist class which doesn't use INT as her main stat, but a new stat called Assemblage. It is a quality women would have from their womb and specifically their ovaries develop this ability (men get it through abilities with their hands and through the use of unique ingredients). This class is more animist and related to nature for her magic rather than drawing upon her intelligence. Cedric (talk) 19:29, 31 October 2017 (MDT)

Neither the witch nor wizard class are gender exclusive. Surgo (talk) 15:06, 1 November 2017 (MDT)
Why not? Regardless, just as the Fighter class tends to favor a masculine player, so does the wizard tend to be written for males in mind. IT matters not that a female can play it -- the issue is: is it the best build for a female player? 20:06, 1 November 2017 (MDT)
You are really weird Cedric. --Leziad (talk) 20:24, 1 November 2017 (MDT)
They aren't gender exclusive because making them so is a fucking stupid idea. Surgo (talk) 20:38, 1 November 2017 (MDT)
"Wizard" is gender-neutral. The male equivalent of a witch is a warlock. Geodude671 (talk) 21:21, 1 November 2017 (MDT)