User:Ss wrote on another page that he thought AA lines should be listed by the last achieved spell in that line. I think the same should hold true for classes. His argument and mine is that people spend more time at level 70 than they do at the first level. The first level of a series goes by so quickly it's hardly noticed. I think we should change them to the last in the line. I plan to do this with the monk tree, unless anyone can come up with a really good objection that I haven't already thought of.--Kodia 15:44, 24 February 2007 (CET)
- The reason would obviously be for new players to EQ2, people who are curious when ability lines begin for 1-79 adventuring, people who are playing a (class) for the first time and want to know what's in store. While having it both ways would take an unfortunate amount of page real estate i think that's the best way, if you think a list of the ends of the lines is useful, have that as a separate table from the beginnings of the lines. i also note that some of the aa tree imagemaps remain broken (one which i spent time making was broken by someone who simply renamed all of the aa links without creating said pages...)Gotnov 09:43, 12 July 2008 (UTC)
I thought proper English was that if it could be either male or female you used the male as reference to the species as a whole. My comp 1 teacher has been hammering this home with us over and over again, she is a stickler for it and it seems to be contagious.