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  • KooperCraftYT

    Kitsune

    July 13, 2016 by KooperCraftYT

    Now that I've got the character sheet I'm gonna give a little bit of lore behind a Kitsune in Japanese lore, to try and give a better understanding of Mamori as a character.  I will be staying true to the lore however there are things that i have never come across in kitsune lore through all my research, and in such i will be filling in the gaps with what would make sense to the creature. If there is anything else you would like to see added into this, please tell me and I'll be glad to add it in!


    The Basics

    A kitsune is a fox out of Japanese myth. They are said to be the messangers of the Rice god Inari, and have a couple of different classifications; Nogitsune and Zenko or Kitsune. There is also 13 different species, of which will be touch…


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  • SarahBrownie

    For those of you who are not already aware, wikia also allows the ability to create blog posts.

    I haven't used these very much at this stage. But I thought it would be nice to let you all know that it is something which does exist and if you find a use for it, please make the most of it!

    To make a blog post, go to your message wall, then select the 'Blog' tab, and click "Create blog post". Once you're drafted your blog post, you can also choose weather or not you want to allow comments (tick the checkbos in top right corner)

    SarahBrownie (talk) 04:18, June 3, 2016 (UTC)

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  • Some0neSaid

    Elysium Map

    April 16, 2015 by Some0neSaid

    I am currently working on a new progect of myne; to create a map of the Elysium server. By this, I mean the whole entire server on one map. For now it is going to be very-very basic and pretty much just have the towns mapped out on a grid sheet, so that we can get a feel for how big the server is, and how close/far-apart all the towns are from each other.

    To do this I need a list of all the towns and their co-ordinates. I have been telaporting to each town and jotting down their coordinates, but I think it would be a great idea if we also document this kind of information here on the wiki too!

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