Talk:Adventure Mode: The Subspace Emissary
CPU in Subspace Emissary Mode? That sounds new.
From the article in question: "In single player, teams are still available. However, the second character is a CPU, and if the main character is defeated, the player takes control of the second player, until it, too, is defeated."
I knew about single-player controlled teams, but the second character can be a Computer Player (CPU)? That's news to me; I thought the other selected characters were merely extra lives, which are different from a computer-controlled player. The instruction manual and GameFAQS don't seem to corroborate this. Can you elucidate upon this claim, please, if you can? I know I've pressed every button on the controller during character selection and during gameplay in one-player mode, and certainly haven't seen any evidence about the above statement being true.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by PharosAM (talk).
- It's a lie. Hello, I'm Time Turner.
Do you think that we should include information on the actual levels of each stage, rather than just the cut scene. for example: The Glacial Peak. I added information on the level so that it would be more of an article than a movie summary. The smash wiki has some info we could use. glacial peak
GG445 "It's bright in here."
I hope you won't mind that I/we put in the snapshot's each character had in the Subspace emissary.
Merge to Super Smash Bros. Brawl
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This article is clearly a mode of Super Smash Bros. Brawl and I see no reason to allow it to stay as a separate article. The general rule of thumb has been to keep story related information on the game article itself. What makes this an exception? Despite the fact that this article has been around for a long time, I cannot seem to find any consensus to separate this article from the game's article.
NOTE: Article size is not a legitimate reason to keep these separate. We have articles much longer than Super Smash Bros. Brawl and we shouldn't make exceptions based simply on article size.
- Knife (talk) – My reasons are covered above.
- Reddragon19k (talk) Per him! Seriously, this is a proposal so, per that, too!
- UltraMario3000 (talk) Per the capless stacheless Luigi who wears a blue t-shirt.
- Magikrazy51 (talk) Just give it's own section and I'm fine.
- Bop1996 (talk) It has its own section already. Make that section more detailed and delete this page.
- Mario4Ever (talk) Per above.
- Bowser's luma (talk) Per all.
- SWFlash (talk) Since when we have a tendency to merge all modes? The article is so big! Per Knife.
- Zero777 (talk) Per all
- Toadette67 (talk) Check out Adventure Tours!
- Walkazo (talk) - Per Knife.
@Knife: I'm not being sarcastic... Did I miss some conversation somewhere about not placing new TPPs on the list of TPPs on MarioWiki:Proposals? If there's not a reason why you don't want them there, then I volunteer to list them on the proposals page. Bop1996 (Talk) 07:27, 15 April 2011 (EDT)
- All four of your TPPs are on the list now. And you're welcome, just trying to be helpful. Bop1996 (Talk) 18:48, 15 April 2011 (EDT)
@Zero: If that's true, why don't we do the same for even longer articles like Trophy Descriptions (Super Smash Bros. Brawl) and Mario? Merging this with SSBB would only make the article as long as the Mario article. BTW, I'm getting all these figures from Special:LongPages.-Knife (talk) 11:04, 16 April 2011 (EDT)