In S1E5 of the Unsleeping City, Esther explains the imperial axiom, which dictates something that is barred from being conjured in a certain area that proceeds to be conjured within New York's boroughs, will then be able to be created in that forbidden area. She states that it is referred to as "Sinatra's Law," which is actually a direct reference to a lyric in Frank Sinatra's song (Theme from) New York, New York: "If I can make it there, I'm gonna make it anywhere." If this was explained by Brennan himself or was already explained and discovered in some other capacity, then woops. Anyway, Unsleeping City is a banger and I adore it.
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I was added to some characters listed spells in their Skills and inventory/ Skills and abilities tab but found that only some season's characters have this tab: Fantasy High, Crown of Candy. Other seasons still have some skills and abilities listed but not in a separate tab: Escape from the bloodkeep, some Unsleeping City characters and some Pirates of Leviathan Characters. Then the Seven and Mice and Murder don't have these listed anywhere. I'm willing to help add spells and abilities a character used but I don't know how to create the tab on these pages.
Hello, I'm very new to wiki contributing. I've typed up a synopsis for an episode of ACOC that doesn't already have one on the wiki. Is there any sort of review process or specific formatting/editing it should go through before uploading it? Thanks!
I think I would like the romantic relationship of Adaine and Zayn Darkshadow. Also for the Bad Kids to visit the Baronies and Riz finding his lobe interest :-)
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The wiki page for The Unsleeping City has all the players within the ‘Cast and Crew’ section, but doesn’t acknowledge Brennan Lee Mulligan as the DM.
I don’t have much experience with editing these pages and thus don’t know how to format it correctly, or add the links. If someone who knows how to do this better can add it in, that would be great :)
Hey ya'll this is killing me, I am going to go back and just listen to the fantasy high campaign again...but I'm looking specifically for the word they used to describe how they needed to damn kristen applebees in order to start the apocalypse
There was like a word for the paradox?
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Just to note that Dropout changed how the seasons are organized, so none of the D20 Live episode links currently work. Instead of https://www.dropout.tv/dimension-20-live/season:1/videos/sophomores-start, it should be https://www.dropout.tv/dimension-20/season:7/videos/sophomores-start and so on for every episode.
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You can read more about it in https://community.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:MisterWoodhouse/Pausing_new_development_to_do_some_bug_smashing , but what I’m specifically reaching out about is seeing if you have any particular bugs that are really annoying but not site breaking and may not have been reported yet. We have an opportunity to get bugs like that triaged and incorporated into this project, so if that’s the case, please send me everything you can about the bug(s), including steps to reproduce them and any other relevant information.
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Unsleeping City is probably my favorite season so i'll be watching the season again and trying to add information that isn't on the wiki from what I watch!
Spoilers for the end of the Unsleeping City:
Since at the end of the campaign Maria and Anthony got divorced, and Maria joined the order of the concrete fist, I feel that they are now very different characters and they shouldn't have the same page anymore.
After watching For Candia (part 1) I got inspired to try and insert the siege part into my campaign, but I don't really know how it's built up. Like, what are the main mechanics of this combat?
I was going through the Rumble Road synopsis and realized that it was the first episode where Adaine used her divination rolls! I was wondering if there was an appropriate place to explain this ability for those who might not understand what it is - maybe on Adaine's character page?
Hello! I'm new to fandomwiki but I had some free time and decided to try to help fix up some of the incomplete pages! Battle of the Bloodrush Brethren referenced a non-existent page (which I created), but other than that, it looks fine to me. To those who would know better than me, is it complete, or is it still missing something else? If it's complete, how do you untag it as incomplete?
These might seem like really silly questions, but I just don't know much and don't want to mess anything up! Any help here is appreciated :-)
Since Anguin and Arianwen are both more involved in the Sophomore Year campaign, I feel like their page might be better seperated? How might we go about that?
Do we know which specific set of D&D rules they are using for Dimension 20? Specifically Fantasy High.
Hey guys! I'm going to be doing a little rearranging on the Fantasy High section of the wiki to condense some pages to get all of the locations into one spot. Currently there is "Fantasy High", "Navigation", and "Elmville" which all list locations in Fantasy High, each with varying levels of locations and links. Just wanted to let everyone know that it will look a little different but the information will be the same, just more concise.
I think I will change Navigation to "Spyre" since the character section of "Navigation" is already covered in "Fantasy High" and then move the sectioned areas of Elmville to the "Elmville" page since it goes into specifics and more locations in "Elmville" can be added to those categories/more categories can be made. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
Hey guys, my adoption request was approved! I'm so excited to have admin and bureaucrat rights on this fandom page so I can make it more user friendly. I plan to change the front page to incorporate the new season and potentially change the url to Dimension 20 instead of Fantasy High so as to incorporate all Dimension 20 content. As always, please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.