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User talk:Neon the Chao

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Your edits on Cichol and Morrighan are pure speculation. Unless you have factual proof that all the cutscenes (made long before the ideas for future generations was even developed) can predict the future storylines, the edits do not belong in the wiki. Also I do not see any numbers next to anything when i hold down alt, that's my main problem with your edit.--Hengsheng120·TALKCONTRIBS 00:05, 12 June 2010 (UTC)

Although mods may be used for research purposes, they are only allowed if the result contributes significant data to the wiki. NPC combat power is irrelevant to knowing about the NPC, especially in the cut scenes (where anyone (ie nexon) can manually edit the characters that appear and their names very easily). Just saying that you see cp out of nowhere (you did not mention the reason for the cp value) will confuse beginners and invoke irrelevant discussions that does not belong on the wiki talk pages. The CP page defines it as a set of ratings of the numerical values and not the numerical value itself. CP ratings on NPCs are useless because you do not fight them (and do not fit in the rating definition of CP), thus they do not belong on the wiki. Your speculation is based on the numerical value of cp, which is non-existent for many people. Thus, they cannot arrive at the same conclusion as you have and will be confused at your reason for the prediction. We may show people a monsters' cp (for combat and identification purposes only), but we never speculate on why devcat assigned such cp to the monster, or what constitutes such cp in a monster. CP is virtually randomly assigned to monsters based on difficultly compared player cp ratings and monsters, and NPCs' cp have no regard for players and are even more so randomly assigned.--Hengsheng120·TALKCONTRIBS 00:53, 12 June 2010 (UTC)
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