ok so i'm super late but i did beat your "No invaders, No yoshis" course and i'd say it was good, just, the part at the end was pretty tedious and i once fell off and got the earlier checkpoint by accident.
i wasn't sure were you supposed to damage boost in the part after the first checkpoint or is that cheese?
i did look back at @Nastasia 's comments and i think she's right, the up and down movement in the airship is kinda annoying admittedly. the castle theme or maybe underground would work better imo. i do wish we had the option to turn that up-down scroll off as it can get slightly in the way of an otherwise great level. and, i do agree, i did find the blue platform to be a bit slow. i think it's nice how its a level made by one friend and that i and another friend are the only ones to have beaten it.
also i think it was pretty funny how it was literally YoshiFlutterJump
i saw your profile and you only have three courses, so, will you make any more? i'll definitely have a look at your other two though. i think i remember you saying you played mine, at least the first three, not sure if you saw but i've made six so far and about to upload my seventh and i'll make up to ten. if i'm lucky enough to get more stars i'll do as many as i can. i just love sharing smm levels with the world, especially if people i know play it.
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Well y'all, it's official. I am now the Editor-in-Chief of WiKirby, meaning I'm pretty much the guy in charge. And truth be told, I've never had an experience quite like this before. If anyone's got any tips for me, that'd be great!
You know, being an administrator on a wiki is a bit of a funny feeling. Like, when you first join you look up to admins as leaders with a lot of editing experience, but when you actually become one you're still used to that feeling that there's a team above you calling the shots. I mean, yeah, WiKirby has an Editor-in-Chief that calls most of the shots, but a single user can't be active 24/7, and when that burden shifts to you...it just feels kind of awkward.
I needed to get this off my chest. Yes, I'll admit that when I first started editing wikis in 2017 I had that same dream we all did of becoming a wiki admin, but the dream is quite different from reality. It's a lot of work, a lot of adjustment, and it's not all just fun and games. I still love it, of course, but it does feel a lot different.