House rules that I use in my games to cover ambiguities (please let me know if these contradict official rules)
- Walls of Light are translucent and can be seen through (and shot through). The brightness (or darkness) of the wall is rank dependant (cf Light)
- WoL work like the Light spell (as stated in the spell description). They can be seen through (indeed have little if any effect on the ability of entitites to see anything outside their volume). The exception to this is the explicit Rank20 property of Not being Able to be Seen Through. --Errol 15:34, 1 May 2007 (NZST)
- Re Aquatic Mammals reformat
I think it would be better to stick to the same format as has been applied to the other bestiary pages. It uses more page inches but is a simple format to apply.
If we want to compress it again for a print run then if they are all formatted the same it is reasonably easy to apply a global formatting change.
-- Stephen 12:34, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)
I agree with the standard format ... but, which bestiary page are you referring to? The one's I've looked at are either completely unformatted or are surrounded with <pre>... </pre> blocks.
--Keith 13:09, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)
Lesser Undead has the format Stephen is talking about.
--Errol 13:27, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)
OK ... I can work with that ... although I think the horizontal lines should be over the creature header .. not under it .. or is that a wiki thing? If it is .. it may be an idea to break the page between creatures with a double underline.
--Keith 15:13, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)
The line under is part of the default format for the Header level (== ==, also on = =) used.
--Errol 15:31, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)
So I found out. I must have turned that off in my preferences. I tried blocking the header summary text and using two <hr> lines between creatures. Personally I think it looked better. Look at the undead bestiary page before I reverted it.
--Keith 15:48, 30 Nov 2006 (NZDT)