> Personally, I like grouping buy subject. For two reasons, some Difficulty Levels will not have a WordRune or TeamRune for every DC or dragon. We have been working with the assumption that since a LightRaider can use WordRunes that are a couple of levels lower than his Sword of the Spirit rating, we do not have to have a Goblin WordRune for each and every DL. So the text will seem a bit like Swiss Cheese when laid out this way. > This could also save on multiple headings throughout the text. Listing "Giant" at each appropriate DL with spacing and such will take up more room than the single group listing. This could cut down on the total number of pages and hence the cost of the book. Hard to argue with this, too. I'd forgotten that there aren't WR's of every DL for each target or subject. There would definitely be a lot of holes. And thinking about it in reverse does make some sense. If the index lists WR's by DL, instead of laying out every possible category (taking into account the inevitable overlapping), it would be a lot longer. An index listing all the WR's once, by DL, would tighten things up considerably. > Yet another option is to put the DL 1-3 WordRunes in the LightRaider HandBook, as they are now, and the rest of the WordRunes in the WordRune Book. This could help new players since they will only need to carry around one book. This makes sense too. Beginning players tend to rely on the LRHB more than advanced players anyway, so it would fit. Are we waffling too much yet, Jack? ;-) - Scott ___________________________________________________________________ Get Juno Platinum for as low as $6.95/month! Unlimited Internet Access with 250MB of Email Storage. Visit http://www.juno.com/bestoffer to sign up today!