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Oh? You're simply going to remove the entire tidbit rather than adjusting it to be correct?
And despite what you said, you take it out and say I'm wrong...
You said I'm wrong, what's right that justifies the removal?
Nexon said the word Overdrive, officially. Engine Shock exists in the game's code, and it can only be tied to the one new skill introduced with the Scooter. We use all sorts of terminology, correct?
Hm... maybe it was correct before you changed it... I wonder if that could have even been poss-- wait of course.
You trust them too much. Not to mention, their info is not derived from the data.
And Dual Gun Mastery is an active skill, but whoopie-doo, what do you care?
It doesn't change the fact that they said it.
What does Dual Gun Mastery have to do with this?
There's also a lot of other things they've said that were clearly wrong... I guess it's all correct now.
Because we're apparently allowed to make up some info and not others. Apparently, the judge of that is you.
I never said that, and that has nothing to do with this.
Take a look at Assault Slash for example. Nexon named it many times before settling it on one, and we recorded all the names in Trivia.
Me, making up information? What did I make up?
There's a big error in that statement.
But apparently anything that Nexon says is official and must be correct!
I thought bringing up dual gun mastery was a big enough hint, but clearly not.
Yes 'we'. Pyrus contributed to it as well.
I never said anything about official meaning correct. You brought it in here.
I'm sorry, but I don't see what's made-up in there.
- Splash damage commonly occurs from normal attacks.
- Intuition intercepts normal attacks.
- Normal attacks intercept smash, and I believe Trefor says it in the tutorial. I've been hit several times while charging and my marionette's been hit while attempting Acts 1 and 2.
- Windmill is coded to automatically activate when being attacked with normal attacks or smash.
- Of all the times I sucker-punched an enemy, not once have I ever gotten normal attacked.
Good job, you missed the point. Not that I expected any more from you.
So we're putting incorrect information on the wiki now? Please leave.
Clearly you still don't know how the combat system works on Mabinogi. Please leave even farther.
Please don't get me involved in your arguments, I have other things to worry about.
Then care to explain your point rather than just saying I missed it?
I never said anything about incorrect information either, you brought this all in here. This has nothing to do with being right or wrong, this is accuracy, and a wise man once said "Accuracy comes in both being true to the game but also what is truly meant by what the game doesn't say or doesn't say well."
Oh really? Please explain the combat system to me and any newbie that comes on this wiki.
Sorry Pyrus, I didn't mean to summon you here.
You started that "trend". If it weren't for you, that line would not be there, and none of that other stupid shit would be on any other page either.
...Accuracy in what sense? Copying the inaccurate?
In the context of the quote, that wasn't even in regards to text outside of the game -- it was in the game.
& I love how you quote Pyrus, despite his request to not be involved and after you "apologized".
...I have a feeling you didn't even read the edit before you reverted it.
"Stupid shit"? Explain to me what's wrong with noting different names. You realize a lot of other people have their own views on terminology, and Nexon even pointed out on Erinn Walker why they changed some names.
Explain to me how its inaccurate, considering the fact that its still one of Nexon's terminologies. I'm pretty sure the quote meant the website, too. Also, just because I quoted someone doesn't mean they're directly involved; from time to time everyone quotes a previous generation of humans, i.e. the dead; what can they do?
"this is not a skill. this is simply a shortcut for those who prefer mouseless-gameplay or easy skill canceling." - by your logic, wouldn't that mean Dual Gun Mastery is also a simple shortcut?
And how exactly does that contribute toward the article?
I would see some sense made if they were redirects, but to simply list the different names they've had or have been called adds nothing to the article nor does it help anyone.
So are you saying it's now correct? Pick a side and stick to it!
...you might want to rethink that because, clearly, you have no idea what you're doing.
In fact, you might even want to step away from the word "logic", because you don't seem to know how to use it or what it is.
Contributes by pointing out that the skill, object, person, etc has a different name. Back then, all skills displayed two names, and those with a different name also had that shown.
If you plan to redirect and leave no explanation as to why a few words link to a page, that's going to cause a lot of confusion.
Tell me, where did the word "correct" come from that sentence?
What am I not getting? You're being too vague again.
Better start filling out the wiki with old, obsolete information!
Better start making explanations to every redirect on this wiki, because you have no idea what the redirect means (oddly, no one else seems to be having that problem. It's probably because of their abundance of common sense. Damn common sense, am I right?).
...You know what accuracy is, right?
Its been done, archived pages. Also, multiple names occur in the NA server; Assault Slash was called Crash Slash in an enchant, and Master Tin calls Shooting Rush as Gun Bullet.
And you're not helping. You're avoiding the question.
I'm tired of this argument >.>
Yes, but they're archive pages.
Yes. They're in-game (and "bullet" was clearly a typo, but since it's been said, it's official and must be correct!). Not out-game.
Don't forget about all of these. They need to be added to their respective articles, too.
Before you submit, I'd still like to know the answer to this question. And in addition, "logic".
- Accuracy - Precision.
- Logic - Valid reasoning.
You get half a point for logic, but none for accuracy.
Accuracy does not necessarily mean precision. And you're missing a pretty big chunk of the rest of the definition *cough*correct*cough*.