I recently made a Wishlist post pointing out sometimes its hard for players to work within the constraints of the 8,000 char limit and suggested some type of 'markdown' format to condense the length of tags. Another similar issue with the character limit is that a lot of book formatting that might used to make the text clean and presentable has to be controlled by putting extra spaces or carriage returns, which takes up more characters. Moving something to the next page requires carriage returns and centering or right-justifying text or putting something in tabular form requires lots of spaces. And so on... But it would be nice to be able to move text to the next page with a simple 'page break' tag. Or to be able to make sure certain text is never broken up between pages with a 'no-break' tag. Or to be able to center or right justify text with alignment tags. Or to be able to use the Tab character to put text in tabular form. Another thing that would be useful is some type of ability to create section dividers -- something that would function like the horizontal rule in HTML but work more similar to how 'book ornaments' were used in older books. In French, these were called 'vignettes' and and had various more specific names if they were used for other purposes; for instance, as borders. Some examples, Sometimes personally I'll divide text in a book by using a string of asterisks of a certain length, for instance "* * * * *". In older books, the printer would have a list of ornaments that could be strung together similarly for that purpose. To start off with, something that would be cool is if for the purpose of writing books and notes, we were given special ornaments/dingbats that were useful for the game. For example: the moon phases, an ankh, the virtue symbol, symbols of all the individual virtues, etc. Printers would also typically provide these types of things as symbols, 'signes' in French. Examples, But it would also be nice to have a tag that allowed us to use any such character, including an asterisk, as a repeated ornament and divider, because it would also save characters and make formatting earlier. Such that I might be able to automatically repeat an ornament for the whole length of the book page, or repeat it only certain number of times and have options to align it left, center, or right and follow it with a carriage return. Bulleted and numbered text would also be useful and save characters. The last thing I would like to suggest is something like small caps, not necessarily because mixed case small caps is all that important, but sometimes for clean and readable formatting, its helpful to have capital letters in a smaller size than the large caps. This makes for good headers and such.