Technically wouldn't Maxwell from Scribblenauts be a Scriptomancer?
Ooooooooh. Also I tried editing my post. For some reason it didn't work.The card that you mean is the one from a normal slime. Yes, it is obtained from the Giga-Slime fight, but if you pay close attention to the ending of the Giga-Slime encounter, it's one of the Giga-Slime's adds, that he spawns, meaning a common green slime, that falls down a tad late and gets obliterated with one hit, dropping the card.
It's been a while since I only had regular powers and it's not impossible that I've forgotten about the restrictions on editing a post. Since I'm a moderator I can change any post at any time but normal member maybe only have a timeframe of 5-15 minutes to change their post before it becomes permanent. If this is not the case then maybe there was something that went wrong.Ooooooooh. Also I tried editing my post. For some reason it didn't work.
Is that a thread? Threads might be different than comments when it comes to editing. And I feel like this might be a noob question, but. What do you mean by "reviving" it?I think it's something to do with the post being revived by you. I could edit the "How to use the forum" guide the day after I posted it
What do you mean by "reviving" it?
Yeah, you are limited in editing posts, but threads (first posts) can be edited at any time. Excluding my map thread, which freezes browser.
Seems like when you delete post, it's not deleted permanently and it can be restored. Restoring post = reviving it.
I didn't want him to revive his post. I revived his post because the reason he deleted it was because he spelled a word wrong and he couldn't edit it anymore.This is a rather strange discussion about a moderator wanting a person to revive his own post which I have never seen before in all my forum diving time... This is one of the most interesting forum I have been with for awhile.
You get more privileges with ranks?! That's news even to me! :O