User talk:UltimateKiller0

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Hwllo UltimateKiller0, when you make new 5e creature pages, please can you include (5e Creature) in the title? You can rename the page using the "move" tab at the top of the screen. I have done this with Aurae Saria (5e Creature) as an example. Thanks! Marasmusine (talk) 01:11, 18 June 2015 (MDT)

I didn't put 5e creature in the title, because 1, they are NPCs and 2, they are specificly part of my Campaign Setting, Verden Isen (5e Campaign Setting)
That's okay, they use the creature statblock, so you can add (5e Creature) to the title. If you don't want them to appear in the general creature listings, add Category:Supplement. If that still doesn't sound right to you, use (5e NPC) and Category:NPC instead.
I have something else to talk about. We shouldn't have any images uploaded that are under copyright, and I think this is the case with your recent uploads. If you think they are under a free-to-use license (creative commons, public domain), then edit the image page to say so, and where you got the image from. Your alternatives are to make an external link to the image (if they are the right size, would work with File:Zinnath.jpg for example) or to seek permission from the copyright holder, or to find free-to-use alternatives. Marasmusine (talk) 01:23, 18 June 2015 (MDT)
All of the pictures came from somewhere off pinterest, I don't want to spend an hour looking for all of them, so is it ok if I just say they're all from pinterest? The only one that's not off pinterest is Deadlock and I can easily find the source for that one.
It depends on if its the owner of the image who has put it on pinterest, which is often not the case, although they might say where they got it from. I'll go through some of the images now and see if I can source them.
The artist of File:Zinnath2.png is YamaOcre at [deviantArt]. Happily in this case he has released the image under a creative commons license, CC BY-NC-ND 3.0. Under the terms of this license you can't modify the image (for example by cropping it), and you must attribute the artist.
File:Deadlock2.jpg looks like its under copyright by WoTC (it's MtG artwork), as is File:Deadlock2.jpg. We would need permission to upload them here. The latter is small enough for us to link to externally though.
I couldn't find the artist for File:Indra.jpg but again its size makes it suitable for an external link.
File:Racen.jpg is under copyright by Paizo and the artist Jason Engle.
Et cetera. Marasmusine (talk) 15:05, 18 June 2015 (MDT)
Wow I had no idea, sorry about confusion, I will fix stuff right away!
Hello, I have replied to your message on my talk page. Marasmusine (talk) 01:58, 21 June 2015 (MDT)

I saw your note about File:Darkness Elemental.jpg, but this artwork is not by "IrianSibe on photobucket". It is artwork from Heroes of Might & Magic VI, and so under copyright.

Almost all artwork you will find will be under copyright, even though you may find it already copied (as was the case with photobucket here). Here are a few tips for finding suitable art to upload:

  • Use Google Image search. Under the "search tools" tab, there's a dropdown menu "Usage rights". Select "Labeled for reuse".
  • A deviantArt image will say if it is creative commons on the right hand side (with the image stats), unfortunately there's no search filter for this.
  • Flickr search has a search filter for license, select "all creative commons".
  • Look at art galleries that specifically have copyright-free images (e.g. )
  • Artist's own webpages where they have declared you can use the images (I did have a bunch bookmarked but have since lost them, I'll have to try and recover them) Marasmusine (talk) 03:07, 19 March 2016 (MDT)

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