Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the May Issue of Pipe Plaza!! As with last month, I have news for you, so let's not waste time!
After a lot of thinking, and with all the problems I've been facing for a long time, I decided it was time to change. I clearly couldn't do this on my own anymore, so I started looking for crazy users who wanted to work alongside me. After considering the options we had, the staff and I finally chose the new Co-Director around last month's issue release.
Although he's already part of the team, please welcome Yoshi876 (talk) as the new Pipe Plaza Co-Director!! He has done a great job both as Co-Manager of the 'Shroom Spotlight (along with GBAToad (talk)) and as Featured writer, so I'm certain he'll greatly help the Pipe Plaza team...
...starting right now! Yoshi876 will begin his duties as Co-Director by presenting you guys the Section of the Month results this time around. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this issue! See you in June!!
Thank you Paper Yoshi, it will be great working alongside you.
So without further ado, here are the results for last month’s Section of the Month. Community Report, written by Driftmaster130 (talk) came first with 5 votes; Featured written by myself got second place with 4 votes; whilst Monthly Report, written by Paper Yoshi (talk) and Tip of the Month, written by FunkyK38 (talk), both got third both gaining 1 vote.
Hello there, and welcome to another issue of Monthly Report!! I still have nothing new to announce, so let's check the Mario Wiki stats from February, March and April, followed by March-April and February-April comparisons.
(Credit goes to Stooben Rooben (talk) and Super Mario Bros. (talk) for the table coding. Stooben originally created it when writing this section back in Issues XXIII, XXV and XXVI, and SMB based his coding for Issues XXXIX, XL and XLI – which I am using in this issue – off of Stooben's coding.)
One of the most frustrating mistakes a new writer can make is writing a major article on a game, say, its story mode, then trying to submit it to the wiki only to see that their session has timed out. Trust me, I know how that feels. For an easier time, try typing your article in a word-processor first. That way, you'll get spelling proofread for you!