More Edit

Hi, Ok so please give me more on how to then change my articles so that they wont get deleted? I really thought that this was good enough to not get the Plagiarized thingy. Can you please give me more on how i should change it so it wont get deleted (I know about the "history deletion" thing but so that i can change it so that it wont be another delete) Please help me see how i did this wrong, because i really want to make good articles from the start of the creation :(! Terrorblades - This is recorded live at 19:59, July 1, 2012 (UTC)

Articles must be written in your own words so as not to be considered plagiarized. This goes beyond changing a few words or changing the structure of a sentence. Your sentence structure must be dissimilar from that of the original author; anything else is plagiarism. Cronje (talkcontribs) 23:55, 1 July 2012 (UTC)
Ok I'll try and fix the page. Thanks btw. Terrorblades - This is recorded live at 10:20, July 2, 2012 (UTC)

Bushi Edit

So, wikipedia says that "bushi" is just another term for samurai, which makes sense—bushido and all. OA3e says on p. 202 that it is just a name for the Fighter class. On p. 17, it also seems to refer to specific barbarians. Is it more specifically defined in 1e and 2e? Or should it just be a redirect or disambiguation page? ~ Lhynard (talk) 01:23, June 6, 2016 (UTC)

Oriental Adventures for 1st edition treats the Bushi as a distinct class, unrelated to Samurai. It says bushi are masterless warriors, that they're mercenaries, bandits, or wandering swordsmen (so basically the typical adventuring fighter). The book makes Samurai a subclass of Cavalier, and Kensai, Oriental Barbarian, and Bushi as subclasses of Fighter. Kara-Tur: The Eastern Realms uses these classes, and sometimes gives local names, but the Bushi class loses its flavour, and is treated as more of a generic Fighter. So yes, the Bushi is a distinctly different and unrelated class in D&D. — BadCatMan (talk) 01:59, June 6, 2016 (UTC)
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