Talk:Elves, Newesti (3.5e Race)

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Thanks Hooper for moving it for me.--Milo High-Hill 20:45, 26 February 2011 (MST)


I milo moved this from the Names section as it should be in the dissusion:

1) Learn to write better. I had to change quite a few things in this and there are other errors in this and other things you've written. 2) Are they Newesti or "True Elves"? Pick a name and stick with it. 3) This is the one that bugged me the most, even more than the part where they change into an animal at the stroke of their 700th year: "Their names are normally made on the spot"? Really? Really? What, is the ceremony that happens right on their 100th birthday a total surprise? Do most of them not spend at least a few minutes in the preceding century thinking about what they might like their name to be? Really?

My Response

  • Firstly, their is no reason to be rude to me. I was sleep deprived when writting this page and planned to fix grammer and spelling at a later date.
  • Secondly, the Newesti is their name for True Elves in their language (Estilex). I thought I mentioned it (I know I mentioned it on the Dunesti (Which means Exiled elf before you start on that) Page). I believe that Newesti is more flavourful than the name Karmainians (Humans in my setting) give them.
  • Thirdly, the Newesti don't become an animal at the stroke of their 700th birth day. They begin the transformation into an animal. This is uncontrolled if not in the Newesti homeland.
  • Forth, They aren't made up on the spot. They have one hundred years to think of a list of names. If they can't think of any suitable names they, then have to make it on the spot. They can also take the names of other elves, but they don't have to. This was made so I didn't have to have "Dave the Elf" (Note: True Story). --.--Milo High-Hill 00:25, 28 February 2011 (MST)
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