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Exclusivity comments

  • Don't worry about noting PC or 360 exclusive weapons in the comments section of the tables; the blue and green row backgrounds are supposed to take care of that. We started off noting them (back when Door to Subspace introduced the first batch of GAC reskins), but as more and more were released, constantly noting "Exclusive to the 360/Japanese servers" started making things look a bit messy. At some point, Qwerty made the green background color we use for 360 items, which made noting each 360 exclusive weapon a bit redundant. Now, the only PC only or 360 only notes I do are for event rewards since they turn out to be one-time things (for now, at least). Oh, and delivery point rewards, but I guess that's not too necessary. Anyway, something else I've got to do is add a color legend to the main weapon category page to make it completely obvious what each background color means, that way nothing is left up to assumption. I've also got to work out the final details of a new color that was discussed to be used for the remaining weapons that the 360 side can expect to see (ones that won't be renamed and reskinned). The plan is to just let the blue background color remain in use for JP items, but instead of implying "future content," it will mean "JP exclusive." I guess the only way that will change is if they ever decide to do a DLC package for the 360 version, but... I don't really see that happening. - EspioKaos 07:53, 1 November 2011 (EDT)
    • Ok, sorry about that. I'll go back and remove them all if you want? I thought I was helping, again sorry. - Jed sisko 09:06, 1 November 2011 (EDT)
      • No worries! Don't worry about removing them unless you really want to do it. They'll get taken care of as I convert the category tables from DPL to the new format that's less of a strain on the server. I thought I was going to be able to do more of that at work today, but time didn't work out too well for me. Before I go to sleep tonight, I'm going to try to take care of some more stuff, hopefully at least that color legend on the main weapons page. - EspioKaos 18:38, 1 November 2011 (EDT)

GBR mission point payout

  • On the edits you made recently to the mission articles for the current GBR that have been reverted, I wanted to let you know that the only reason our MP quantities seem off is because the MP payout is doubled for ver.1 missions in a GBR. Once the GBR ends, the quantities will go back to normal. I guess it was just a friendly gesture from SonicTeam to make up for such crappy payout when compared to AOTI missions. I thought we had something mentioning that on our GBR page, but it turns out it never made it past the talk page; I've since added it to the top, though. - EspioKaos 14:30, 6 October 2010 (UTC)
    • How do you know its temporary? There have been reports that all PSU payouts would be upgraded to AOTI levels at sometime in the near future? Jed sisko 15:46, 6 October 2010 (UTC)

Cresline board

  • That Cresline board you noted dropping in The Egg Thieves B, where did it comes from, the boxes at the end or one of the boxes mid-mission? Thanks! - EspioKaos 03:51, 5 May 2010 (UTC)
    • If I had to guess, it probably came from a Badira. --S-T-H 03:57, 5 May 2010 (UTC)
      • Im not exactly sure but im betting S-T-H is right, i know for sure not from end boxes

i saw it in inventory before we collected end boxes -- Jed sisko 7:15, May 6 2010 (UTC)

        • finally found where they came from. can be in any regular box. seen them in almost every set of boxes now Jed sisko 15:49, 6 October 2010 (UTC)

Story mission edit for Desert End Normal box drops

the editing help guide seems incomplete. i have no idea how to make the drops linkable to the page of the item. the moatoob sotets was in one of the boxes in with the fenced in Jarba you backtrack to kill. if theres more to the editing help page i dont know about tell me so i can be more helpful ok?

  • To make an item link to its article, encase the item in double brackets like this [[Moatoob Sotets]]. When you preview or save the edit, the item will appear as a blue link. (If the linked article doesn't exist however, the link will appear in red.) Oh, and to sign your comments on these talk pages, just type four tildes (~~~~) at the end of what you type. - EspioKaos 20:06, 8 August 2010 (UTC)

ok thanks so much EspioKaos, im trying to help out as much as i can so if mess up let me know what i did wrong and how to do it right. i can take all the constructive critcism you can dish out. oh ya one other thing. how do i know if something is a special drop or not? Jed sisko 22:52, 10 August 2010 (UTC)

  • Generally speaking, decorations and food items that drop from boxes (things like Spicia and Steamed Milk) are always special drops. You'll mainly be dealing with tiered drops when it comes to things like metals, wood, gemstones, hard materials, etc. (synthesis materials) and the occasional synth board, unit or weapon. If you ever have any concern about identifying a drop as special or not, just do as you did by putting it in the column for the difficulty it dropped on and we can move it if necessary. - EspioKaos 03:08, 11 August 2010 (UTC)

Prophecy of Moatoob (Xbox 360)

The name of the wand was changed over this recent maintenance that is why the new page name is Motav Prophecy(Xbox 360). Thanks for the effort though I was surprised that they did it also so I can see why you changed it.--Max B 09:09, 9 September 2011 (EDT)

  • Oh ok thanks for the heads up. I haven't been back on my techer yet, and that name inaccuracy had been bugging me. So when I localized Papillon Dance i just went and did that change too. Figures I finally do it and they change the dang name, lmao. - Jed sisko 09:27, 9 September 2011 (EDT)
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