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I keep wondering what’s the difference between demon beasts who live with the humans and all the different races in the spirit realm. Every race is a form of some type of animal or spirit so why are they also not demon beasts?
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Instead of putting every location/city/state/region etc in 'Locations' Tab, we can further organize them as Locations > Realms(3 Categories) > Region/Continent > and then every location.
For Example, in Human Realm, there are 4 Regions i.e. Great Jin, Heavenly South, Far West and Scattered Star Seas. In Spirit Realm there are 7 Demon territories and 3 Human territories and then Misc. regions that belong to other races.
(edited by Sakenz)
both are techniques used by mortals whose abilities overlap in several aspects, such as the "armored elephant path" cultivated by croocked soul, where would the difference be between them?
(edited by Clearoad o velho passaro da lua)
Lets use major events instead of book numbers in organizing content. For example I converted the book numbers into major events for the following article:
It reads better to organize the content this way. Furthermore doing this will allow us to link better with the main character - Han Li ; by organizing content according to the major events he was a part of.
War between the 7 Sects of Yue and the 6 Devil Dao Sects
Obtaining the Heavenvoid Cauldron
Fleeing from the Starfall Coalition
Devilfall Valley Incident
Scouring the Great Jin for materials
Kunwu Mountain Incident
Dominating the Scattered Star Seas
Dominating the Heavenly South
Please stop trying to group things under "history", "background" or "appearance" for the character sections. The chapters do not do enough to actually make these headers meaningful. Grouping things into "books" is also equally meaningless. Most of our English readers do not have access to the physical books as they are in Chinese/pinyin.