Con't.>can be used to melted down for a strong yet temporary mana boost
Either>can be used for a strong yet temporary mana boost
or>can be melted down for a strong yet temporary mana boost>better tactics>better tactically>you hit with you to>you hit with it to>the area around you>an area around you>well-designed of weapons>well-designed of a weapon>very, very strong>very, very powerful
Since you used 'strong' just a sentence before. Gotta reduce on the redundancy.>and a deeper red>and turns into a deeper red>more beastial traits>more bestial traits>dark emotion>dark emotions>you don't be able to>you won't be able to>your foes is slain or escapes>your foes are slain or escape
Page 3>to that of soul>to that of the soul>their muscles allow>their muscles allow for it>sulfur enough to fill up an>sulfur, enough to fill up an>are much different from>are very different from>being from other realms>beings from other realms
Page 4>able to see it>able to see in it>enough wield them>enough to wield them>the loneliness set it>the loneliness set in
Page 5>on a strategic location>in a strategic location
When using the "in, on, at" prepositions, they go from general to specific in that order. So for something like this, 'in' is what you should be using.