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Did pretty well in PLS, looking for some more feedback. Be warned: very long. —Sir Guildensternenstein 23:12, 6 April 2009 (UTC)

Please note that I'm in the process of editing this and the other article, as well as writing a companion "overview" piece, so lay off on the reviewing until said editing is finished. —Sir Guildensternenstein 04:43, 8 April 2009 (UTC)
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I'm back muahaha! --The preceding signed comment was added by Projectmayhem666 (talk • contribs). 09:32, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

Humour: 7 This is very humourous. In the opening paragraph it reads exactly like a D&D guide so works really well.

The stats are very funny, never played D&D but its all good, its quite funny but the stats are very repetative. The rape +2 for soldiers, class! I can't see anything to improve here it works really well and could be a feature. It is repetative but is still very funny.

Concept: 8 Original and funny, what more could anyone ask.
Prose and formatting: 9 In the first paragraph you well overuse capitilised words just because they're highlighted. They're not really proper nouns as they are a type, not a name.

Cannot find a single bloody mistake! Wait here we go "Soldier excel at one thing, and one thing only:" should be Soldiers. 9 given because nothing is wrong hardly

Images: 7 They are quite funny, at last, super anthrax lol. And I'm still whatever his name is
Miscellaneous: 8 Averaged
Final Score: 39 I like it, feature it =]
Reviewer: --The preceding signed comment was added by Projectmayhem666 (talk • contribs). 12:48, 30 April 2009 (UTC)
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