Welcome to the World of ExoPhilos
The story of Gestalt-Liminality takes place in one of Four Worlds created by LiminalDusk, specifically, “ExoPhilos.” As you play through the story you will learn a great deal about the wonders and mysteries which embody this world.
Gestalt-Liminality is a story about the rising of heroes and a quest they have found themselves drawn to. Please use this wiki to keep track of the events as they unfold, and to add detail to your character freely as it comes to you.
These are some conventions you should know about the worlds of ExoPhilos that differ from that of standard D&D:
- No Resurrection Magic: Once a character has died, they are dead for good. However, in the 4th Edition rules for D&D, it is very difficult for someone to die without the entire party dying, just by nature of the game mechanics.
- Certain Race Restrictions: Some races are either unavailable or use different statistics to play. These exceptions will be noted as we approach them.
More will be added as they come up.
When using this wiki, bear in mind these tools:
- To create your character, go to the “Characters” tab and select “Create Character.” Remember to add a wiki link/slug to your character, which is right underneath your character’s name on the editing page.
- When editing a page, you can use the various tools at the top of the text box to add symbols like the bullet point that heads this line.
- During editing, you can create new wiki pages by encircling the text you want to make into a page with double brackets, like this. By clicking on the now-red text, a “new page” will pop up for you to edit, titled after what you typed. If you’d like the text shown to be different from the page name, use a | symbol to seperate the name and text in your double-brackets (in the order of pagename | text). just like this.
- Use the file symbol above the text box to instert a link to a character (which use different page types than Wiki Pages). When you edit your character, you selected a “Wiki Slug” which is what you use to link to that character. Do this with a : symbol followed by the slug. Once a character is added, there will be an example.