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tips.txt? where is that? - Andrettin

It's one of the help files for C1 - Malkin.

Malkin, get an account! I was wondering who was lurking around being extraordinarily helpful *grins*

I'd suggest moving Macro Grendels to Macro Grendel, that way they fit in with the rest of the norns/grendels/ettins that are all at the singular location (you can do [[Macro Grendel]]s to refer to them plurally if they're singular, but not the other way around if the actual name is plural) - GreenReaper 21:12, 28 Jan 2005 (PST)

erm.. how do I do that unpluralising? - malkin.
If you go to Macro Grendels there should be a Move tab at the top. Click that, and then change Macro_Grendels to Macro_Grendel, and click the button to confirm it. And it's done (and there will be a redirect from Macro_Grendels to Macro_Grendel, just in case there were some links to the plural). GreenReaper 21:18, 28 Jan 2005 (PST)
That is also why the links to the Boney Grendels at the C1 Boney Grendels page don't work - the way to refer to that page is [[Boney Grendel]]s, not [[Boney Grendels]]. This is so people can also use [[Boney Grendel]], rather than having to do something like [[Boney Grendels|Boney Grendel]] when talking about the singular.

I swear, I cannot spell Janurary . . . argh! :-p --GreenReaper(talk) 17:31, 26 Mar 2005 (EST)


Pssht... I think we need metaroom categories by game - even though the term didn't come in until C3/DS, 'metarooms' were developed for C1 and 2 - Cloud 9, for instance. They're darned annoying to classify atm - "Places" doesn't really cut it, to my mind. - M.

That would be worlds and Category:Worlds, wouldn't it? That's what they were called, there was the World Switcher to choose between them. Maybe Category:World Expansions or something for things that aren't proper worlds? And log in! ;-) --GreenReaper(talk) 12:10, 14 May 2005 (UTC)

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