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shandwen

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I have looked to see in a quick search if we have a sticky with common abreviations, but I didn't find anything.
With the increase in armies and returning/new characters I have been confused multiple times with overlapping abreviations, and was wondering if we could get a sticky with common abreviations and suggested abreviations.

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Demus Ragnok

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http://www.bolterand...n/#entry2992476

Here is a thread devoted to just that. Though it most likely is in need of some updates.
Of Fire.

Fire gives light removing dark and shadow.

Fire gives purity driving out corruption.

Fire gives strength consuming weakness.

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Brother Tyler

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Yes, I would love to see the Legio Lexicon expanded. As I get time, I'm also adding acronyms and abbreviations to our acronym software. Examples:

TDA
DW

If there are any acronyms/abbreviations/terms that should be added to the Legio Lexicon, please provide them and the explanations for what they are in the Legio Lexicon discussion.

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