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The page before had {{formatnum: . . . }}. Converting it to commas shows no visual difference and actually increases the file size, from what I've gathered.

I approve of the changes Flippy has made to the Hero Talent page, though. But I still think he should consult the talk page before doing such a thing.

Kapra - (Talk)01:22, 10 May 2015

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I realized that, but I was too busy responding to this thread, which interrupt my fixing of the change.

MRTFlippy (talk)01:30, 10 May 2015
 
Scenario 1
{{template}} expands into -> ...(shit ton of content)...
Replace template with actual content of template -> increases page code length, but no change to page file size
Scenario 2
{{formatnum}} expands into -> ...(shit ton of formatting code)...
Replace formatnum with a single comma -> decreases page code length ({{formatnum}} -> ,), but big change to page file size (...(shit ton of formatting code)... -> ,)
Scenario 3
The same as scenario 2, except you're adding thousands of commas, and removing multiple formatnums
...(shit ton of formatting code × however many times it's in there)... > , × however many times it's in there
MRTFlippy (talk)01:30, 10 May 2015