http://www.qcfdesign.com/wiki/DesktopDu ... ikki_Tooki
Not in love with this, but I simply hate how the sprites mess up text formatting in the wiki. This may be textwally, but with feedback I can at least make it more coherent. The colurfull buttons larger than the text everywhere don't really work for me.
Some sort of organizational scheme with colourful buttons below the text is probably required.
Strategy section really needs revision, will get to it, and the whole thing could use some help with you native english speakers and "make it curt and politicky" guys with your fancy lectures
Mor sirijus fiidbek - mor informativ pejđ ven it ol dan.
And err, feel free make it more coherent, add links and all that - if I'm gonna make those vids (I'm waiting to see what happens with the game itself making gods more acessible) thoughts on how much info is too much, what parts of all this if any were informative, what do you guys want to see presented and all that would be much appreciated.
I'm on your side guys, help me help you, please.
EDIT: Also, the learning curve issues with anomalous features are soooo obvious from the state of the wiki - stuff I'm actually good with and have discovered by intentionaly avoiding cheeze like the plague has next to no info (priest being an egregious example), while stuff that's over the top actually has info. Talk about vicious cycles... If the wiki is teaching random people cheeze only it's no wonder so many people feel assaulted everytime some silly buls**t glitch gets nerfed -.- It looks like I'm trying to kill anything that's worth making a wiki contribution about (furious). And since the game has had these issues for so long there's noone to fill the wiki out "but us munchkins" (even more furious). Constructively furious, mind you, this just means you regular folks will have to give me feedback on what you want up there and what format you want it in - otherwise I can't even begin to help remedy the situation.
If this is the best even vets can come up with, then the game isn't teaching even them (us?) what it's supposed to be teaching. -.-