User talk:Anon-e-mouse

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Dev updates[edit]

I explained. Satisfied? -- Armond WarbladeUser Armond sig image.png 10:23, 11 September 2008 (UTC)

Deletion tag[edit]

"Removed Guild Deletion tag (YET AGAIN).. PLS STOP ADDING DELETION TAGS!!!" If you don't want your guild to be tagged for a move to historical (not delete) make sure you edit it at least once every three months as the tag says. The last edit to the page was April 19th when someone, I assume it was you, removed the tag. There was no edits for three months and so it was tagged again. Even if it is tagged all you have to do is remove it, no need to get over dramatic over other users doing a job. Mystical Celestia 13:13, 16 August 2009 (UTC)

There is absolutely NO reason for me to edit the page. The alliance hasn't altered, the number of members hasn't altered, NONE of the details about the guild have altered. There is NO point in my editting a page when there is nothing to edit. Anon-e-mouse 23:27, 16 August 2009 (UTC)
Policy is policy. Bring it up on the policy talk page - there should be a link provided with the delete tag, so you'd just have to view an older version of the page. I'd be in huge support of you here if I believed that guilds really go 3+ months with no changes unless they're dead. -- Armond WarbladeUser Armond sig image.png{{Bacon}} 00:09, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
I could show you our guild roster screen, as the original page states we are a bunch of regular players who don't leave for other guilds or have a lot of players just to fill up the roster. So yes the number of players currently in the guild is about 50 and has been 50 almost since the guild was created, give or take the odd one or two. Most of those have played in the last week, with a core group of about a dozen who play on at least a daily basis. LOF is a guild for mature players, we are quite familiar with each others individual playing styles. Chopping and changing guild members is not really a game we have ever wanted to play. So there is literally no reason to change the guild page, as honestly nothing has changed, and no we are not dead, you'll often find several of us zoning into GToB (English District) numerous times daily. Anon-e-mouse 17:38, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
As Armond has says, it's policy. Looking at your contribs it seems you are active on the wiki. Even if it's tagged for a move to historical all you have to do is remove the tag the next day. I mean if you put "Remove Guild deletion [move to historical] tag" it would have been fine, but to add your little caps lock rage wasn't needed. The wiki is run by the players, and they keep this place updated- one update every three months is all we ask (that only four times a year). The tagging is also done by the users using the GWWT tool, to tag multiple guilds that are inactive. Mystical Celestia 02:00, 17 August 2009 (UTC)
I'll be honest here, I don't often check our own page, and only stumbled upon the new deletion tag because I accidentally clicked the wrong item on the F10 menu in game. Trying to remember something 4 months down the line for me is almost next to impossible, hell I have problems trying to remember things for next week. Could I ask, would putting a comment on the pages source about not tagging the guild for deletion be of any use? Anon-e-mouse 17:38, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
You'd still have to edit once every few months. The current system is pretty damn stupid tbh, but the powers that be are too lazy/inept to make one that doesn't suck copious amounts of ass. I think the current accepted ghetto-rig is adding something like <!-- still active --> to the page, but you'd still have to minor-edit it every few months to avoid deletion. -Auron 17:44, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
If you don't have a ton of pages on your watchlist, you could always add your guild page and set up your preferences to email you whenever a page on your watchlist gets edited. If you do use your watchlist (or have very active pages on it), you could just check your watchlist for the guild page to pop up. The page won't be deleted immediately or anything. Even if it does get moved to historical, it's pretty easy to move it back. --Freedom Bound 17:45, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
You guys forget that 3 months limit of wiki activity isn't the only criteria. There's in-game activity too, which is usually checked from guild's forums. But if one of the members (i assume Anon-e-mouse is one) says the guild is active, i see no reason to discuss about this anymore.
Though the policy says that one condition is enough, it looks like we need both conditions nowdays. - J.P.ContributionsTalk 18:00, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
Great, i've mixed two parts of the policy with eachother -.- But i don't see why guild page policy shouldn't be changed so both conditions should be met to move a page as historical. - J.P.ContributionsTalk 18:05, 19 August 2009 (UTC)


Lol Koda Kumi User Koda Kumi UT.jpeg talk 12:04, 24 September 2009 (UTC)


moved from User:Anon-e-mouse

toapatthis is fan made, you can tell because of the fact that the bone paacle is not in the location where it should be, which is south of the crystal desert. the canyons which the Bone paacle overlook would never connect to the valleys which they join into. Elona when compared to Tyria is the size of india when compared to asia (it is much larger in game because if it was only the size of india, it would take a matter of hours to clear instead of days and weeks)the battle isles are not in the location they should be in, which is the bay north of the shattered remains of Orr and south of Lion's archthe continents are not to scale in game, larger continents will get scaled down and smaller continents will get scaled up to give similar traversal times to them --The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk).