Rules for Eorlan Ownership
- You swear to respect all copyrights of the creators of Eorl's Honor and Eorl's Pride in regards to Eorlan, other graphics, text on this site, rules of battling, etc. etc. Stealing of images or ideas is not taken lightly.
- Promise never to alter any graphic given to you, either in a graphics program or by resizing on your website. If you want an alteration done, please ask me.
- You MUST place your Eorlan on a page with the following:
- Your Eorlan's current picture, name, base stats, and stat augmentations (from armor or objects)
- Records of all your Eorlan's previous stages and stats, as well as what objects you used to cause changes in the stage. If you aren't sure how to do this, check out the Residents section of this site or visit some pages of other Eorlan.
- A link back to Eorl's Honor (http://indyslair.net/battles/), either in text, or with one of these buttons:
- Save all images to your computer and upload them to your own server. Do NOT direct link (meaning, use images on your pages by linking to the picture on my site).
- Promise to take good care of your Eorlan, raise it well, and not abandon it. Neglected Eorlan will be taken away and resold.
Eorl's Honor Battle Code
- Battle with Honor. Never lie about stats or coin flips. Always follow proper rules and procedure.
- Battle with Spirit. Put your heart into every battle. But also use your head
- Battle with Wrath. Do not shirk from your goal or retreat needlessly.
- Battle with Glory. Try your hardest. Never be sour over lost battles.
- Battle with Pride. Always take pride in battling. Never battle lightly or sloppily.
- Battle with Fury. Put forth all your strength. Never hold back.
- Battle for Fun! The most important part of battling is the learning experience, not whether you win or lose. Be a good loser and a good winner.
If you can agree to all this, then you're well on your way to becoming an Eorlan trainer. Before you think about getting your first Eorlan, however, why don't you learn about battle?
Page Last Updated: January 25, 2005