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July 1st, 2003

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09:39 pm - Announcement - Elfwood Rules
Eliza has made an important announcement in elfwoodrules relating to a change in the official Elfwood rules. You can also see this announcement on the main Elfwood page.

Also, by popular demand the Moderators Dictionary is now public, and is linked from the rules in detail page on Elfwood for any members to refer to.

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Date:January 30th, 2004 10:39 am (UTC)
Just read the Mods rules and noticed a funny thing.
You can submit a landscape with a castle (not out of a book) in it and it can go in LOTH. as per the bit on "Landscapes"(Just a scene from the past really)
You can submit any image of the imagined future and it will go into ZONE.
If you draw a Cyborge with a sword it will go in Zone.
If you draw a modern person with a sword it goes in Zone. (no Sci-Fi there)
If you draw a modern person with a future gun it goes in Zone.
If you draw a Fairy with flintlock it will go in LOTH.
If you draw the same Fairy with an early revolver it will go in Zone. (nothing Sci-Fi about a gun from the 1850's)

I'm wondering WHAT a mod is suposed to do with an image of a what looks like a 1908 highland regiment soldier, holding a some imagined (non-specific)modern gun.
There's no way he could get such a gun without a time-machine, so the idea is Fantasy. But by the looks of things, that image would be bared from Elfwood altogether while a picture of some knight riding a horse will get in just for being preindustrial.

BTW: To do with "GEARS"... A recient underwater dig around the remains of the great Lighthouse, uncovered a component machanical peice for a water powered clock, the bronze devise had 28 tiny gears and cogs. Latter on this technology level was not reached untill the renasance. Not bad work for Ancient Greeks living 1500 years before the birth of Christ.

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