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Limits Template and Rules

Post by Ire on Fri Mar 01, 2013 6:04 pm

.:Rules Concerning Creation:.[/center]

-God Mod Limits are practically auto-unapproved.
-Make Sure You Know how much Limit Points you have before making your Limits as well as how many you are allowed to have before making any.
-BE DESCRIPTIVE
-There Is No Way To Regain, regenerate or replenish your own Limit Points due to a spell at this point.

-Once you find out how much magic you have, please put it into your signature in this form: [Limits Points: (Then how much magic you have here)], it makes it much easier for other people.

-When You Use a Limit during an RP, remember to put how many LPs you spent, and how much you have left.
-Do Not Constantly Barrage the moderators and admins for approval. We are few, and normally somewhat busy.
-Know What You Want before going in to make a new a Limit and don't wing it, its messy and a pain for moderators and admins to fix up.
-If You Are Unapproved for a Limit revamp it and try again. If it is still unapproved give up and move on.
-If You Fail to follow the format chances are you will be unapproved or moderators will ignore your post, seemingly because you don't really have a need for said Limits.
-If You Aren't descriptive enough with your Limits, there is a decent chance of being unapproved or causing pain for moderators and admins.
-Title Your Post Subject with the spell's name. Its quicker and nicer to look at then: "Bobs spellz."
-If You Come Up with more spells after getting a spell approved beforehand, do not post or edit the new spell into an old topic, just make a new one, its nice and easy for moderators and administrators.
-Do Not See someone else's Limit and copy it because is a good idea. That is not only uncreative but its unfair and boring, these will be unapproved.
-Please Do Not make Limits only a certain form can use, its kind of irritating, and don't make 5 spells for a form when you can only have 2 spells overall, it inst fair.
-Do Not "Upgrade" your spells after you make them. Choose what you want and post it. Mods and admins don't have time to deal with the same spell seven times, so make it exactly what you want then and there, then post it to get it approved once and once only.

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Magical Acquirement System

Appendix A

Remember all you start out with 50 MP and finish off with 1000. (unless more MP is granted from gifts and other stuff such as Tournaments.)

Staring Out: 0 LP
At 1000 Points: 1 LP
At 3500 Points: 2 LP
At 6000 Points: 3 LP
At 8500 Points: 4 LP
At 11000 Points: 5 LP
At 16000 Points: 6 LP
At 21000 Points: 7 LP
At 26000 Points: 8 LP
At 31000 Points: 9 LP
At 40000 Points: 10 LP


It may be upgraded again in the future, but for now, 10 LP is the maximum, unless you acquire an extra point in a special tournament or event.


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::Limits Template::


Name: (What is the name of the Limit you are applying for?)

Element(s): (what Elements, if any, apply to this Limit?

Cost: (How much does this Limit cost?)

Description: (What does your Limit physically look like?)

Effect: (What effect(s) does your Limit have on people or things?

History: (How did you acquire this Limit? Optional.)

You may also add any pictures here if you like.

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Limit Progression[/center]

Starting Out: 0 Limits
4000 Points: 1st limit
11000 Points: 2nd Limit
20000 Points: 3rd Limit
40000 Points: 4th Limit


You must follow this format for the number of Limits you have, if you try to make more than you are allowed they are instantly unapproved and/or deleted.

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Appendix C

Limit Points do not recover during an RP and almost all the time once you use them they stays gone; however, it only stays gone in that RP. In each RP you enter, you start with your magic at full. This is done to keep battles from dragging on forever and also to make things riskier to battle over.

If You Have Any Further Questions, Please Feel Free To Send Any Inquiries To A Staff Member Via PM.

Ire

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