Thanks for bringing it to my attention; they're gone now. Adding shit like that isn't gonna fly here. First time banning someone, so I hope I did it correctly... pretty sure I did. Thanks for keeping an eye out around here!
Actually both ways of saying James is correct but we'll keep it like it is.
"Do we add another s for the possessive form of a name ending with s? Which is correct, Chris’s chair or Chris’ chair? James’s car or James’ car? Actually, both ways are correct. If a proper name ends with an s, you can add just the apostrophe or an apostrophe and an s."
There seems to be some sort of error I am unable to fix wherein the caption to the image in the "Book of Memories" gallery on the Straightjacket page appears italicized even though it's source code tells it otherwise. Before publishing it will appear normal, the first half of the caption not italicized, but after the edit is published, it reverts anyways and the entire thing appears italicized for some reason. Perhaps it should be looked into.
Yikes, sorry this took a whole day! But anyway, for whatever reason, that happens sometimes, other times not... but I believe I can fix it, which I will get to momentarily.
Oh, and just so I don't have to jump over to your wall to post something there when we're already talking here, I wanted to ask here if you can get on citing the Mr. Twilight material ASAP? I personally believe it, but the information is still a big claim I doubt many have seen before (even an addict like me had no idea), so it'd be wise to make sure it's backed up.
It came from scripts found on uncovered physical tapes. Currently they're in the possession of a pro at data backups, although our recovery will still take a few hundred more hours by his estimation. They will be cited, as I said, although I have some of the full prototype scenes in question to hold you over if you like. As of now, I have a few readily converted scripts for the original UFO ending (which will be quite a treat for everyone to read, I assure you), as well as a plethora of concepts and prototype, alpha, beta, and pre-release content. I'm going to do the rounds and save Travis' page for last, since he's got the motherload.
I assumed they were allowed because I saw them on her page as well. They should either be removed from hers as well for consistency, or you should figure out if it's true before removing them from Travis'.
I just checked some other pages, and I apologize, as apparently thoughts are put in some characters' "quotes" section. Guess that's not a terrible idea, with thoughts revealing more about the individual. I'll revert the edit!
Would you be down to message me about my edits before reverting them? That doesn't always have a place with certain edits I know, but it's making my work a lot harder. The edits I'm making are in good faith and have reason to be made, so it would save me a lot of time if you could ask about why I made certain edits or changes before reverting them since I usually have to go back and re-add the information a second time.
Thank you. The White Claudia book is hinted to be titled, "White Claudia" in Lost Memories too (quotations included). I keep having to edit it back to its accurate title, so please leave it be. As far as I can see, "The Monster Lurks", "White Claudia", and "A Tale of Birds Without A Voice" should all have them. It's a stylistic thing. Other articles might need them based on what the localization uses, but that's all I notice for now.
Oh, wanted to apologize for the inconveniences, though. You are adding a lot of valuable information here, I just care probably too much about consistency on wikis. ;_; But keep up the good work 'round here!
No problem. I'm glad we could actually talk about it. :) I just wanna do my best to copy what the guides do and say with the original games. I won't be so picky about it with the western games, I promise. haha
Why did you remove all of the information I had on the article? It's from the official strategy guide and is a breakdown of her enemy data. It may not be on-screen, but it is useful information and should be archived.
It's unnecessary complication; as stated in the edit, people aren't going to come to Cybil's page to learn how to beat her and know what, ex., 4,000 "points" equates to as far as damage inflicted. They don't know the damage "points" caused by the axe, the shotgun, etc. etc.
That information is also in the guides. I haven't added it all, but there's the points and the equation used to calculate how much damage Harry takes as well. Omitting the information doesn't make sense for a wiki where we're trying to archive as much factual information as possible.
Fair enough; how about we do both? Ex., put the point amount, then low/med./high in paretheses? I still see one coming here to see those numbers resulting in confusion, but I don't see a downside of having each.