User talk:LordKenny

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Yup, you found my talk page. Ok, just tell me anything you want.

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Your link to your username is not LordKenny. It's User:LordKenny. Wa Yoshihead.png TC@Y 16:02, 2 May 2007 (EDT)

Thanks. I'm still tryin to figure out how some stuff works. =P ~LordKenny

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Hi! Welcome to the Super Mario Wiki. While I am glad that another helper is here, I am a little surprised that you deleted all those games from the virtual console section. Admittedly, it needed to be updated, because some games that were on there shouldn't have been, but you deleted many that should have. I fixed it completely now, so don't worry. If you want to respond, please do so on my talk page. Thanks! Red.Tide 17:11, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

Hey, thanks! I use Wikipedia, which gets the updates directly from the VC sites. If you wanted to help, go to Wikipedia:Virtual Console#Titles, and check each of the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Australia for both released and confirmed titles. For now, I have been including Australia with Europe; this will stop if there is a difference between the two. Anyway, I think they're both in the PAL region.

I looked at some of your contributions; it seems you pay attention to details, which is a good quality in a wiki contributor. Keep up the good work. Red.Tide 22:01, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

I have to say, that I like the templates. It is the simplest way for people to get as much information as they can about the enemy. Let me put it this way:

"Mario's second game, Mario Bros., also marked Luigi's first appearance, but neither were dressed in their now-famous outfits."

That above sentence was chock-full of information. That would be a good thing to put in the body of a paragraph. Now take this:

"Example Guy is an enemy in Super Paper Mario. His attack is 3, and his defense is 1."

Not very interesting. Basic, simple facts like that can be more easily shown. It also makes comparing two enemies from each other easier with tables.

If you think the tables are taking up too much space, cram the main text with anything you can think of; there is no such thing as 'too much information' in a wiki as long as it pertains directly to the topic.

Well, that is just my opinion, hope it helps. Red.Tide 22:22, 3 May 2007 (EDT)

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Don't worry about it. Users at this wiki hate it when a new article appears and there is no content. Users LOVE it when a new article appears with lots of content, which I am sure you will provide if you wait to create an article! -- Son of Suns