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Time for my promised surprises. The new impulses are out, the Gelojhor tribes coming soon. And here, the ultimative information system is up:
http://christians-welt.bplaced.net/wikiLegonia/

It's not fully finished, well a wiki is never finished, but the most important stuff and some details are online.
Also, you can edit or add your stuff after we've discussed here (especially useful for our comic creators). For that just watch my testpage or use the wikiguide. A new site can be made by creating a link in an existing one first.

I hope, the wiki will grew and be helpful. Now Legonia can become more complex than everything else on Mocpages
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| January 10, 2010, 6:02 pm
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It's Awesome,
brilliant idea,
there will be a time every moccer knows about Legonia,
I'm proud to be part of it :)
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| January 10, 2010, 6:19 pm
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I've checked the chronology on wiki legonia,
3000 n.c.
magic forgotten...
that exactly what I believed that would happen in the distant future,
I've been thinking a lot about science in Legonia and I figured the more science, the less magic,
so it really makes sense, magic is very hard to learn and use, especially for humans, so they invent things so they don't need magic.
it's sort of sad I think...
But that's in the year 3000 n.c. :p
so there is plenty of room for mysterious, magical, miracle things in my series.

Wiki Legonia is an excellent sollution to provide info on the happenings in my story, I was thinking If I could write a piece about the demonic dragon from my series
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| January 11, 2010, 12:31 pm
Okay, I think I will put my shadow elf history on Wikipedia, just so I don't violate any ideas, in a nutshell they where a empire of elves that created a magic energy (not mana) to allow them to use powerful magic, put it backfired on them and they where tainted with the force, but it increased there magical ability to an extreme extent, there religion consists mainly of answering questions about the god's sphere, but there different religion led to a crusade with the fire elves.
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| January 16, 2010, 4:24 pm
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Quoting Jack Fritschy
Okay, I think I will put my shadow elf history on Wikipedia, just so I don't violate any ideas, in a nutshell they where a empire of elves that created a magic energy (not mana) to allow them to use powerful magic, put it backfired on them and they where tainted with the force, but it increased there magical ability to an extreme extent, there religion consists mainly of answering questions about the god's sphere, but there different religion led to a crusade with the fire elves.

I like your main idea, but one think with the magic:
Magic is manipulating mana, there's no other. The only differences are where you get the mana (environment, yourself, demons&gods) and how to use (hereditary skill, spellmagic, alchemy).
So, to alternate your story, maybe they get an additional source of mana, e.g. by stealing from other sphere (spheremagic) to use far more than there really is. But this would be something unnatural and counts as black magic, so shadow elves experimented with it, got corrupted as people in whole and banished to the eastern continent, too. So, they're powerful and tainted now but not all evil. Their believe makes them somekind strange and darkly, they want more than possible so that's why they experiment with sphere interlinks (wiki "sphere"). It's a cruel their ancestor did. How's that?
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| January 17, 2010, 3:31 pm
In more detail, they found magic that needed extreme training to use, so to make it easier they tried to infuse themselves with mana, but some of them wanted even more power and sabotaged the ritual to where it created a total incarnation of evil, as they the thing many report feeling other forces helping them, they think they largest was the big something, large ones gods of a sort and many small ones beings that lived in that sphere but weren't gods. They don't think that the gods helped them because they where a chosen race or something but because otherwise there creation would have wrecked havoc across legonia, this inspired there religion. They believe the big something couldn't reproduce because he his a force.
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| January 17, 2010, 4:38 pm
Quoting Jack Fritschy
In more detail, they found magic that needed extreme training to use, so to make it easier they tried to infuse themselves with mana, but some of them wanted even more power and sabotaged the ritual to where it created a total incarnation of evil, as they the thing many report feeling other forces helping them, they think they largest was the big something, large ones gods of a sort and many small ones beings that lived in that sphere but weren't gods. They don't think that the gods helped them because they where a chosen race or something but because otherwise there creation would have wrecked havoc across legonia, this inspired there religion. They believe the big something couldn't reproduce because he his a force.

wow this is very complicated!!!!!

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| January 17, 2010, 4:50 pm
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Quoting the bourbonbrick
wow this is very complicated!!!!!

Yeah, i agree. Additionally, the english is a bit strange what makes it hard to understand. Hope, you read your wiki entries twice before posting. What i understood is that they're addicted to magic in some way, like the bloodelves in warcraft :)
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| January 17, 2010, 6:26 pm
Sorry, I have never bin good with English. There not addicted to magic, they see it as there only link to the gods sphere. I will edit my post on wika. Also the ones that sabotaged the ritual where exiled, they founded the cult.
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| January 17, 2010, 6:48 pm
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Lists of gods and demongods are actualized now. I also added the official creation myth. Nothing that can be really useful for mocs but it makes Legonia more deep. More stuff will come, also many pics and Layout stuff.

Amazones and druids are still at work. I decided to make the fortress more bigger and will build a mountain dio for it.
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| August 10, 2010, 4:39 pm
I see you have a wiki but it doesn't have much content. Would it be okay if other people edited it?
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| August 10, 2010, 6:08 pm
I have found war in Legonia to be very low I mean massive battles having 250 casualties. Battles fought with 300 men. What is with that? Sounds more like a long series of skirmishes.
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| August 10, 2010, 8:13 pm
I have found war in legonia to be little. Massive battles with 250 casualties? Battles fought with 300 men? Whats up with that?


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| August 10, 2010, 8:26 pm
Well with LEGO 300 minifigures is quite a lot to have for each army. (totalled 600)
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| August 10, 2010, 10:16 pm
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You read about specific battles and these are inspired by real medieval ones. In Legonia most settlements are small and for one castle there wouldn't be thousands of soldiers need to conquer. Aside, Legonia is not very populated due to the fact how big a diorama with minifigs can be and the actual world map. For the battle of Deadwood i listed about 2200 people in fight, that's quite a lot for that time. The first war again was a series of squirmished, you must see it was at begin of civilization. Don't worry more will come, the recent undead invasion was the biggest war yet.

And sure, the wiki can be edited, that's the idea behind it. I can always see what's edited and may correct some stuff if needed.
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| August 11, 2010, 11:58 am
Do you still edit the wiki?
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| August 11, 2010, 12:00 pm
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Quoting BobaFett 2
Do you still edit the wiki?

Sure. There's a lot in my mind that's not developed yet. Most adds are coming when i post related mocs for it.
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| August 11, 2010, 12:05 pm
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Quoting BobaFett 2
I see you have a wiki but it doesn't have much content. Would it be okay if other people edited it?

I have written some pages myself, like the ones about Centaurs and Cyclops, two races I brought into Legonia.
But before editing something, or make new pages you should discuss it here so the Wiki doesn't get chaotic,
Christian has made a great structure in the wiki, clear categories and such
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| August 11, 2010, 12:14 pm
Okay. I know how wikis work (find me on Brickipedia) so I'll help if I find the time.
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| August 11, 2010, 12:16 pm
Most battles in Medieval times were small, until you get to where the Eastern Roman Empire and the Caliphates were involved. However, the Kingdom of Jerusalem only had a few hundred knights in it for the starting years. It's a wonder the Crusader states lasted as long as they did.

But yes, most battles then were pretty small. An army of 5,000 was an impressive feat for Dark Ages Europe, while Basil II in the east managed to summon 300,000 in his wars against Bulgaria.
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| August 16, 2010, 10:06 am
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