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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
I really miss that site... Do you have an archive of some of the pages I can view? Sorry to disturb you, I appreciate that you may not want this site brought up for whatever reason. --RibShark (talk) 06:01, 6 August 2013 (EDT)
Great Job creating all those Dream Team pages, you are a really good contributor--
09:57, 6 August 2013 (EDT)
M&L: DT Script
It has been deleted. Here's a link to a Google Document I put it in:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tog1k6CFW2Xf72WTHnoz81-zv85LqTr0_Tlipa4xuQo/edit?usp=sharing Agentdave7 (talk) 14:59, 7 October 2013 (EDT)
re:Wario Fandom/Fan Site
Well, that was unexpected.
Truth to be told, I wouldn't call myself a Wario fan the way I'd call myself a fan of some other media franchises, even if Ihave played through and enjoyed a fair chunk of the Wario Land and -Ware series. Mostly, I just really like Ko Takeuchi's character designs :P.
At the moment, I'm still in the very, very early stages (aka before the forum part is started). The results so far (with my extreme lack of artistic skill or creativity):
If anyone out there is willing to help write content (because I need some sort of overview of the games that already exist), that would be fantastic. Same with forum moderators, I'm interested in anyone who wants to apply for that job as well (for when the forum launches). Or designers for graphics/artistic stuff.
Interesting! I wish I could take you on the offer but between university, work and wiki projects, my free time time has been scarcely this sparse.
Cause I forgot about them. With Snapped, I'll probably just pretend it doesn't exist unless necessary. And if you think you've got free time problems, heh. Work here usually leaves me with about two hours a day to do anything.
Update: In case you don't know already, the forums are already up at:
The site itself will soon be up at http://warioweekly.com
So if you're interested in the Wario series, there you go.
Hello! I'd like to collaborate with you in expanding the Battle Cards article. I'm trying to rewrtie and start the tables. However, it'll be a long journey, especially because I'm just in the woods area. :/ As for the images, I can't provide them. You can try to search for them (at least the shop and Paper Goomba's ones) in YouTube, or maybe they'll just show up here. TSUNAMI
I have a capture card. Maybe I can get screenshots of the cards through that? Here's a quality sample if you need one:
That said, I don't have all of them, so there will be quite a few cards that other people will need to add at a later date.
That's great! Can you start taking pictures of the ones you have already? (and also the ones in the Card Shops you don't have, because they are shown just like in the menu) Don't mind the missing cards: someone else can add them. Also, for the amiibos, I have all the avaible ones (!) so for the images over the cards I can search in their galleries. TSUNAMI
So, best image to use for these cards? Because the easiest ones to get are the ones from this screen:
But they're not very easy to cut out and show in an article. There are also cards on the bottom screen in battle:
But that will take a very long time to rip, and they're slanted at a weird angle.
This might be a weird, but I think the best way to rip them are ripping the cards next to the ones highlited in the Battle Cards menu. First, the ones in battle, like you said, have a strange angle and so make the reader get a bad view of it. It also takes too much time to get all of them, so I'd avoid this option. For the menu ones, instead, I think the borders arond the highlighted card obstruct the visual a bit, but the cards next to this one don't have it, plus have the perfect size (at least from that screenshot): I tried to put images for Character Cards and height has been a bit of a problem: however, a 70x95px card (yes, I measured it) is perfect. Possibly, if you can put the Nintendo over a flat surface, that would get a consistent angle for the Shiny Cards. I have two questions:
- How many cards do you have? I only own 30, and for the article I added the ones in the shop I have so far :/
- There seems to be something fishy with the order cards are placed. For example, in shops the Piranha Plant card is before the Koopalings card, which is before the Bowser card, but in the menu it seems to be the complete opposite. This means I'll have to fix the order of the cards when I know more about it... TSUNAMI
I have 147 cards so far. And yeah, the order is weird. This game seems to order quite a few things one way on certain screens and differently on other screens (the Mega Thwonk attack mini game is listed last in Attackathon and before Toad Trail in Expert Challenges for instance).
In these cases, no idea what order to use. Maybe use the inventory order.
But I can get the smaller card pictures.
Good for the images! If you would list the many missing cards while you take the pics, that would really help. As for amiibo cards: I have all LV 1 ones and part of LV 2 ones (plus 2 special cards from completing an amiibo's set). Do you think the way I set it up is OK? For the order, I agree on using the inventory, as it's the most seen one. TSUNAMI
Just out of curiosity, what is said "official confirmation" about Chortlebot's theme not being a remix of the Wario World circus theme? I find it odd that one could come across such a specific point for two widely-forgotten games at once. Doc von Schmeltwick (talk) 05:33, 20 September 2017 (EDT)
I asked Tomoya Tomita about it on Facebook. But the conversation about it is 'off the record' (in journalist speak), so I can't really make the proof public. Either way, I asked 'is this song a remix of Wonky Circus from Wario World' and the answer was no.