Talk:3.5e Other

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Where should this be linked from? Somewhere on Dungeons and Dragons or is someone planning on removing all these items soon? --Green Dragon 22:55, 14 May 2007 (MDT)

New Category[edit]

We need a new category for all the long articles which try and fix dnd, like to tomb of fiends and dungeonomicon. --T G Geko 14:38, 16 May 2008 (MDT)


How many of these things have been added in the last month? There used to be nothing on this page!--Sir Milo Teabag 16:51, 31 July 2008 (MDT)

Edition Specific[edit]

I realize that this is listed as Category:For Everyone, but it seems that many of the articles are edition-specific. Should they be separated into edition-specific and non-edition-specific articles with proper categories? Also, I may just be off my rocker here, but, is that the reason (edition specificity) this wasn't moved in the big DnD → 3.5e page tag migration? --Ganteka 14:27, 17 July 2009 (MDT)

See also 4e Other. Also Aarnott changed Dungeons and Dragons back to not using a dpl so for the moment Category:For Everyone is a bit irrelevant. Once all the 3.5e articles are moved to have the edition present Dungeons and Dragons will be changed back to use a dpl and that category will, once again, become important. --Green Dragon 20:43, 18 July 2009 (MDT)
What about the few articles that are not edition specific? Should we keep them in a DnD Other state with each edition category so they appear on both Other navigation pages? Or do we just make a redirect from one edition to go to the other?   Hooper   talk    contribs    email   17:15, 1 September 2009 (MDT)

Just a Compliment[edit]

I may be kicking a dead horse here, but I feel a need to mention that without this page, some items on the D&D wiki might not make it to the light of day, and many people out there want to see their items come to some fruition (even in just publishing it online). In fact, my husband rather enjoys the leftovers page, because the oddball ideas and name-appropriate "leftovers" fill the nooks and crannies of our games pleasantly. He particularily likes the Potion Taste Chart.

Kudos to the Leftovers page, and may it continue to bring us interesting ideas! :) Chimandera 01:29, 9 August 2009 (MDT)

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