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Getting my quest on the tableEdit

I've tried and I've tried getting my quest to appear on the table but I can't figure out what piece of code I'm missing. Can someone have a look for me and suggest what's going wrong? My quest is here; The Dangerous Druid (3.5e Quest). Thanks Primal80s 22:51, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Nevermind, it's popped onto the table itself now. Primal80s 22:53, February 24, 2010 (UTC)

Consistency and Preloads Edit

Should a preload be made for these? There's an advantage to having consistent format, the same properties, and so on. --IGTN 02:07, May 26, 2010 (UTC)

OK. I haven't set any properties in it yet (aside from summary), because I'm not sure which properties we should be carrying around with them. Beginning levels is probably necessary, but length doesn't seem so (at least not when measure in time or sessions, what with group variability of those), though final level might be worth putting in. Open to suggestions. - TarkisFlux 19:21, May 30, 2010 (UTC)
Checking the history, there was an ending levels column on an older version, that got changed to length. If we're going to have a length column, we should have a standard unit for it (hours, minutes, encounters, something). Also, I don't really like using the name "length" for it, since that's also used for classes (it's measured in levels).
We of course need name and summary. Beginning level is basic usability, as is something to give an idea of how big the adventure is, either ending level, number of encounters, expected running time (this would be hard to eyeball, though, and varies with rules mastery of different groups). Completeness might also be good, so that a DM who needs an adventure tonight can see which ones are already finished to grab. Then we'd just need to populate the section. Adventures don't have balance points, right? --IGTN 19:35, May 30, 2010 (UTC)

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