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  • I'm not sure if this would be considered a bad idea - but why not use the descriptions as given by Sega for each planet? Of course, it would require citations at the very least. It doesn't exactly qualify as public domain, I think. If not, it might be a decent idea to ask for permission to do so. --SiegeV 20:11, 5 December 2006 (EST)
  • As mentioned in the Missions thread, it might be a good idea to put those flowcharts in the planetary descriptions. I can make something in Visio real quick picture wise - though it looks like you guys are working on something that can be done using Wiki syntax and stuff. --SiegeV 20:13, 5 December 2006 (EST)
  • I don't think SEGA would mind quotations really, but ofcourse we should still make it obvious they were taken from the game itself. But yes, it would be nice to have this kind of stuff added; the reason it nevered really happened was because a lot of page-designs are still from before the US version was out (and I haven't played the game since then, so yeah). As for MS Visio, it wouldn't really allow HTML-/Wiki-syntax exporting rather than just images, right? I think being able to use links embedded within the flowchart would be a pretty major aspect, but it probably just isn't an option with any software designed to make flowcharts at all. I have an idea of how this could possibly work in wiki format, but I hadn't thought about it much anymore for a while. In any case, there are a few more issues complicating the whole thing; for one, it would be important to provide extra info for each mission such as of what 'Area' (Linear Line, anything Relics, HIVE, ...) it is, since this actually determines what set of 'area drops' the game uses for monsters/boxes. Maybe I'll look into it again later on, but for now regular images are probably the best we could get. >_<; - Tycho 04:58, 6 December 2006 (PST)
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