Your description of the Heroism spell is wrong in multiple places. According to the SRD, it gives immunity to the Frightened condition, and the temporary HP is based on the caster's spellcasting modifier, not the target's Charisma.
I messaged you over discord a few months ago about deleting a good few things and patched a lot of them back in not to much later but now most of the things are completely gone and no proof of them ever existing any more, there are a few random subclasses still standing (kinda) but again most everything else is just gone still. I just wanna know what even happened here since this is my go-to website for dnd 5e info or at the very least where in which book certain things are, ill try to help fix things back up once I figure out how but for now I think a lot of people want to know what happened. your like the main person I know that edits this stuff so I aint blaming you for anything, but i remember you purging some stuffs yourself.
I saw some of your changes to spells. Is this site not a reliable source anymore? do you want to make this to a homebrew site or why did you and others changed spells so they differ from the players handbook.
I’m a DM and I found this page https://dnd5e.fandom.com/wiki/Backgrounds on backgrounds super helpful when my players where making their characters.
But now the page has been deleted. Just wanted to know if you could bring back the page or point me to a new page or site.
Folks who visit this wiki WILL BE (objectively) mislead by your homebrew changes, and think they are the rules. If you just added a homebrew suggestion, it would be debatable (ie. why your homebrew and not the thousands of others possible on DND Beyond), but at least it could be acceptable.
Making the SRC rules disappear with your changes is just not acceptable.
Hi, I'm not a "no name", thank you! I am the wikia owner and bureaucrat, and have been for over a year. In any case, the front page and rules say that this is a homebrew wikia. I cannot help if people don't read that. Thank you for understanding.
Foxwells wrote: Hi, I'm not a "no name", thank you! I am the wikia owner and bureaucrat, and have been for over a year. In any case, the front page and rules say that this is a homebrew wikia. I cannot help if people don't read that. Thank you for understanding.
1) Name and ownership : On a given page, your given homebrew suggestions have no name nor any indication, but they should. There could be logically over 5 homebrew suggestions for any rule and names would be useful. So yes, objectively on a given page, your homebrews had no name (no matter who you are: that was not the point: see below).
1.b) about ownership : the wiki here, is it collaborative and collective ? You sound and act pretty much like it is now your ownership. As you wish, but please see point 2 below.
2) The wiki is called D&D 5th Edition Wikia and use to show actual rules. Saying that the front page mentions it is now homebrew (your own homebrew) is not a fair solution if you care about the people on the web who fall on "your" pages. The name and the pages should clarify Homebrew #1 Cure Light Wounds, etc.
3) Fandom wikis : the collective wikis here offer information on known pop creations or games, etc. They are not personal wiki as such. This wiki is specifically fandom for D&D 5th: it is not your homebrew web site. You are not doing things right, no matter your Bureacrat and Admin statuses.
I will let Fandom.com decide. I won't insist beyond whatever they decide at this point.
I mostly insist upon you that it must be very clear on each page that these are homebrew rules, not D&D 5e rules as such. Ideally, the wiki name should be different or you should include both the SRC and homebrew.
I... talked to the Gaming Wikia head manager... what more do you want? CEO of FANDOM themself? Homebrew is fandom content, anyway. It's the literal definition of fan content. Stuff made by and for fans. Cataloguing homebrew is no different than cataloguing other things.
Again. The front page (our most viewed page according to stats, mind you) and rules both clearly state that this is a homebrew only wiki. I cannot help it if people don't read that. That is out of my hands. I have reasonably linked the rules in every appropriate place. There is user responsibility to read the rules.
I get the transition is rough and unwanted. I hate it. But this is a harassment campaign now that you're calling for me to not be admin anymore, because you don't like the changes. And that's not okay.
You can always just not use this wikia if you're so distressed. The rest of us will continue to develop the wikia as we've decided.