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How do we know that at least some of the tribes gain bonuses in forest terrain? -- Muzzafar 16:43, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

[Klog #6]: "Flying units in forest spaces can only be attacked by other flying units (note: and forest-capable units. Ansom has Woodsy Elves and Gumps...)" strongly implies that Woodsy Elves (and Gumps) are forest capable. --121.44.86.105 03:23, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
Exactly. But forest-capable does not necessarily imply that they gain bonuses in forest. It may also mean that only Woodsy Elves and Gumps in RRC can move through forest terrain at all. -- Muzzafar 05:09, 21 April 2009 (UTC)

-Elf types- I assume whoever put those links to the individual elf types plans on creating those pages? --Kreistor 00:03, 8 May 2009 (UTC)

Just checking before I add this: Eager elves are references to Legend of Zelda. Superfluous elves look like emos(I won't add this unless someone else agrees) Shady elves look like goths. I'll add this tomorrow then, if anyone knows something about their influences, please add. -Xewleer

Re: the mechanic for Lofty and Altruist Elves healing abilities - in a game like Age of Wonders or the like turns for sides are distinct from turns in battle. After a day's turn, then healing occurs, but in combat it does not automat~ically without an ability. Since Erfworld seems based off this sort of game, it seems likely that the heals they throw are not between turns, but actually during battles. -Lewis

[edit] Brand vs. Tribe

Anyone think Parson made up the term "brand" for elves? Can anyone think of any possible source he could have used for that? It's highly unlikely he made up a term like this, when there are people that can inform him the correct terminology right there. This isn't a rule that someone like Wanda would dislike telling him. --Kreistor 00:43, 29 June 2009 (UTC)

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