User talk:Mario Gamer

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Say, where did you find such a lot of artwork images from Super Mario 64? We barely get some of them anyway, I recommend that you have to put a source link to link where did you find the image. BTW, some of them are dupilcates... I can tell. RAP.pngRAP... First comment with this user, RAPstar a go go!

Whoa, you used to maintain that website? (quickly looks it over) Whoa, I been there before but never found those types of images. In fact, I have no idea where to put them. BTW, I'm certainly a crat so I can spot and delete those dupilcate images ASAP, see my userpage for details. And welcome to the wiki! :) I can tell you have a lot of info about Mario when you're maintaining that website! :P RAP.pngRAP... Let's see your info, and we'll let you see ours! :P

Wait, GameHiker? Looks like I got another image rival! Along with Coincollector! RAP.pngRAP... One time, I uploaded over 100 images in one day. Most of them are rare stuff! I think I'll reveal the sources later since there's too much. :P

Whoa, more images?! *ahem* Check this link Template:Aboutfile, there's the instructions for the info of the image you have uploaded. Here's my example: Link You should see the aboutfile down there. :P RAP.pngRAP... There you go! :) It's a wacky world of resourcing for all of us, well mostly some... like me. :P


Wow! Nifty, you can take screenshots from the game with high quality! Your lucky, you can get console screenshots like the GCN and the Wii, but not the N64: I can take those types of screenshots... for now. ;)

For the first paragraph, That might be a good idea; but maybe it's problemly better to leave those comparing images to those respected articles.

For the second paragraph, well... most of the tracks are repeated courses with several changes... Er, I'll talk later...


"my bad, happy now?"[edit]

On the Mario Party talk page, when you said "my bad, happy now?", did you mean the "unsigned comment" message? Hey, if I add this message, that's no offense. It's important that we can trace back which user wrote which comment, so if a user doesn't sign his or her comment, then another user adds the "unsigned" message. Not to be taken as an offense or something... just remember to sign your comments with ~~~~. ;) Time Questions 05:32, 23 June 2008 (EDT)

Resuming on the comment[edit]

I almost forgot this piece of the time, one moment...

It is true that most of the tracks are graphicially changed, as if sometimes adding or removing some pieces of the race course, like the shortcuts of course. Alas, it is like they are growing more old, those tracks, as they are supposed to be changed in their own life periods. The race courses would have their own images with changes of course in the particular article only.

I think this will clear up this. RAP.pngRAP... Say! Are you a Spyro fan also? ^_^

Ah, I understand the concept of your idea. Most of the tracks like Bowser's Castle and Rainbow Road should have seperate pages of race tracks due to their different major effects during gameplay in the game... while others like Yoshi Falls (MKDS and MWii) and Yoshi Circuit (MKDD and MKDS) would remain in the same article only because of minor changes of the course, with the exception of the updated graphics of course. Is that clear? RAP.pngRAP... Hmmm, I don't think you saw my question... pity...

Try talking about this to other people, that way; they will know the change and effect as they answer this question and spread the effect around the wiki as it should expect. RAP.pngRAP... Ryzarlet the Wise is here, the dragon itself. ;)

I need your help.[edit]

As I've said before on PipeProject talk:Mario Kart, I'm working on describing the palette-swaps on the vehicles of Mario Kart Wii. Well, my project is at a stand-still due to a lack of images of all variants of the Flame Runner and Sneakster at a proper angle. I also need images of the color variants of all small and large vehicles for the Male and Female Miis--ani_smb3_busterthrow.gifPhilibuster Beetle 16:43, 10 July 2008 (EDT)

Thanks for the assistance, then! ;)--ani_smb3_busterthrow.gifPhilibuster Beetle 09:04, 11 July 2008 (EDT)

Just here to remind you that you planned on posting those images that you promised me...--ani_smb3_busterthrow.gifPhilibuster Beetle 16:10, 23 July 2008 (EDT)

Super Mario Sunshine artwork[edit]

Cool, your helping me (if your know what I'm doing... :P). Those SMSunshine artwork from TMK, ;) BTW, add [[Category: Super Mario Sunshine artwork]] in the file entry, so I will know that it is proven to be official and linked to a known source. RAP.pngRAP... Again, nice rare images! Like from Mario Party 3! Seriously! :O

Er, with the aboutfile with source. :| I gotta find a source for those images without aboutfile templates now... RAP.pngRAP... This is going to take forever! ;_;

Crud, there are kinda small. I actually sorta kinda expected someone to look over older japanese websites to find rare artwork. Thanks. I'll try licensing on them, ;) RAP.pngRAP... BTW, check the Links section for all the japanese links to those games, seriously!

Mario Party 3[edit]

hey, where did you find the Mario Party 3 artwork???? Mrsdaisyluigi 15:14, 14 July 2008 (EDT)

koolio. so, you own Mario Party 3 Then???? Mrsdaisyluigi 12:31, 15 July 2008 (EDT)

Make a template[edit]

Are you creating those information boxes to the race courses articles? you should make a template for that box, resulting less complicated when use the box in this way. ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png also, Don't you mind if you add the {{Aboutfile}} to the images you're uploading - or a description of the images at least?

OK, let me do it about the template, I know how ;)

¢oincollctor rsitem209.png And I suggest also make a gallery section for the screenshots 'cause there are a plenty uploaded now.

The template has been made {{racecourse}}, you can use it now...

¢oincollctor rsitem209.png

We should use this template carefully, because it can tell general info, so it's more secure use one "racecourse" template per article. ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png did you get it?

I know, but this is the better way to put the general info: you can tell the differences in the text but not in an infobox template. ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png also, the view of the article containing too many infoboxes look messed up, imo.

Sorry, but I reverted your contribs of luigi circuit, ALSO, I think you should stop uploading those screenshots, cause we have enough for the article ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png

Not necessarily, three screnshots for every course (a tour!?), maybe you might consider that a gallery usually must be near to the bottom of an article, as you can see in many screenshots (although not at all) ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png

OK, but I cannot continue by now, I have to go to bed. I was modifying the template, but I don't have enough time either.

¢oincollctor rsitem209.png good night~


Yeah, I know, I saw errors in your revision, so I changed back then. ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png Walkazo was right, I see too many blank spaces on those articles, but it seems I've got another idea...

As you see "I sneak around and fix any error that I can see" too... but immediately for good :/ Ok, It seem I have to think before acting, but seriously, I saw errors in the article. ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png My idea could solve this conflict, I guess...

Hey, the Bowser Castle 1 really APPEARS in Mario Kart DS!? ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png First mistake... :P

I made changes in the article; see it ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png

If the gallery does not exceed with two images within, there won't be problems why the gallery overlaps the table... ¢oincollctor rsitem209.png


Did you get this? Image:MarioplumberParty3.jpg


Bowser Castle Image[edit]

Hey, you're probably not around anymore so you may not end up getting this message, but I'd like to know where you found this overview image of Bowser's Castle from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. If you do get this message, please respond on my talk page (or if anyone else sees this and knows where it's from, let me know as well). Alex95sig1.pngAlex95sig2.png 00:07, 10 November 2016 (EST)