The use of a spellchecker and proper grammar before leaving messages on this page is greatly appreciated.
New conversations that lack a header will be given one by me. You may not like my headers, however you will have lost the right to pick your own. This can be avoided by giving your conversation a header yourself. Headers should be short and succint; blathery ones may be shortened to something that doesn't take up several lines on the contents table.
If you must insist on doing First/Second/Third etc immediately upon my archiving this page, please do indicate whether you prefer Blake, Tennyson, Coleridge, Deacon or Poe.
DO NOT CONTACT ME IN GAME IN ANY WAY TO DISCUSS WIKI MATTERS!
What exactly is the limit of RS:DDD? I'm specifically referencing to this case, where the user made 3 edits in the course of 5 minutes, and then simply aggregated the three separate messages into a single message. No discussion was lost, or even reworded; only excess signatures removed and the text merged into a single paragraph. IP184.108.40.206 (talk) 18:10, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
It happens often enough that a user puts a message on a talk page, and returns a few minutes later to add a few more sentences (to the already existing paragraph); regularly without even changing their original signature to match the last date stamp. I have never seen those reverted (nor do I see a reason to). In any case, I just wanted to state my mind; it just seemed a little revert-happy. IP220.127.116.11 (talk) 18:22, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
This person's name shall, unfortunately, remain a mystery to me forever. The table could be used as quick source for writing minigraphs (which is totally a word now), not actual article material. Fswe1Lore project•Fun gallery My quests•Cutscenes 21:33, November 29, 2013 (UTC)
Hi Ansela. I've blocked you for a week for user treatment policy violations. For the most part I'm talking about your interactions with Italay90 over the last couple weeks, although the recent fracas with Mol didn't help. Your comments on Italay's talk page (and about him in chat) as well as your edits interacting with his have generally been vindictive and unreasonable, with this being particularly egregious. While he's clearly not been blameless in this whole situation, you've been targeting him the same way you've targeted so many other editors in the past.
We've talked about this before, but you need to assume good faith in other users. Assume they are taking time out of their day to help our wiki, and assume that in absence of evidence to the contrary, any mistakes they've made are accidental. You can't feel personally victimized by a user whose edit isn't up to standards, and then disrespect them both to their face and behind their back. Assume good faith in others, and they will do the same for you.
Honestly, this is reaching the end of the line. If you're unable to interact with other good-faith contributors without extending them some modicum of respect, then it won't matter how great your other contributions are -- you won't be welcome here. Please take this to heart and make every effort to improve your conduct with users you are in conflict with, or avoid communicating with them at all. If there is something I or anyone else can do to assist you with this, please let me know...but the time for excuses is over.
As always, you're free to appeal the block and someone else will look at it if you think I'm being unfair. It's Cook's afterbirth day! 05:04, November 30, 2013 (UTC)
After gaining a foothold in the Sanguinesti Region, Lord Lowerniel Drakan continues to expand his empire to the north and west, strengthening his grip over those regions. Soon he gains control of almost the entirety of the former Hallowland, small parts of what was once Forinthry, as well as parts of the north-eastern Kharidian Desert. Over several centuries, however, the vampyric influence in these latter two locations diminishes, if not being completely lost.
Power went out just before 7 due to the surge storm. At one point the wind nearly flung me across the street when I was headed to the bus stop. If it hadn't been for hunger forcing me to go to the next town over once the storm had passed after midday, I wouldn't have left the house at all Ciphrius Kane 02:40, December 6, 2013 (UTC)
They also had an old warrior in both Doctor Who and Merlin played by the same actor, and a grouchy leader who was killed by a threat both characters underestimated Ciphrius Kane 01:11, December 10, 2013 (UTC)
You reverted one of my edits with this summary. Why? It's the only image we have of it atm and not having it is just detracting from the quality of the page. If you manage to find a better image, feel free to upload it.
I have so far never seen in-article references being used for trivia describing current glitches. As such, I saw no need to include it there. And my comment was as blunt as the comments you leave people when they do something you think they should've given more thought. IP18.104.22.168 (talk) 19:25, December 15, 2013 (UTC)
I planned on entering multiple requirements as "# Skill, # Skill" (ex: "50 Attack, 50 Defence"). And if I'm being haphazard, it's because I'm going down the "What links here" page. ☙Fewfre☎🔎K✞20:04 Sun, 15 Dec 2013
Thanks, the help is appreciated. ☙Fewfre☎🔎K✞20:09 Sun, 15 Dec 2013
The thing about firelining magic logs wasn't vandalism nor a mistake. Please research your facts before you accuse me of vandalism/making mistakes.
Firelining logs takes 4 ticks per log, where as bonfiring them takes 6 ticks. You run 2 squares per tick, and you probably end up about 30 squares from a bank with firelining. So thereore is takes 127 ticks to burn a full inventory of logs by firelining, and takes 168 ticks to burn a full inventory by putting them into a bonfire. Magic logs give 303.8 exp when firelined, and 309.5 exp per log when added to the bonfire. Therefore you get 8506.4 exp per inventory fireling, and 8666 exp per inventory when adding to a bonfire. Dividing by the time it takes, you average about 66.98 exp per tick firelining and about 51.58 exp per tick adding magic logs to a bonfire. Using the given rate for the jadinko training method, you get 50 exp per tick. However, this is very much an approximation, and it assumes that one is not using an inferno adze. Even for one without an inferno adze, the aproximation is slow. So it isn't exactly clear which is faster.
However, if we assume that one uses an inferno adze, exp jumps to around 360k+ an hour, which gives us 60+ exp per tick, which is significantly better than bonfiring magic logs.
In the future, please research your facts before you accuse me of making a mistake of vandalism.
I agree completely with you. Similar to Zaros (different methods, no empire) and Saradomin (different look) also changing slighly for this age. Armadyl has both: more orange-y phoenix look, and fight the ones that only want war, etc. Maybe... we should use a switch template for that similar to Saradomin's version? . . . Yours, AddictEnkidu Talk . . 11:06, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
Sure, that makes sense. Then again, all Armadylian content minus the world event is silver/blue so we should list both, I suppose. I am not sure why Armadyl chose the phoenix, since that's a Guthixian bird, but whatever. :P Fswe1Lore project•Fun gallery My quests•Cutscenes 16:59, December 21, 2013 (UTC)
It's not a Guthixian bird (you're confusing him with Brian Twitcher, a Guthixian priest, who build the altar to Guthix (without the option to pray...). The Phoenix says nothing about Guthix)... and Armadyl chose he because a Phoenix rises from the ashes, being reborn and powerful again. After Armadyl though his aviansie died he was kinda down. Now he has renewed spirit and power. I thought it was self-evident. . . . Yours, AddictEnkidu Talk . . 18:09, December 21, 2013 (UTC)