Doesn't look like it.
I'm not the biggest fan of that kind of stuff either, but in the absence of anything better, I don't mind using it so long as it's consistently used and not obviously a generic term (as in, "stomp on the enemy," "grab the item," and the like).Glowsquid said:I don't have a problem with using pre-production material or file data to name stuff that's not named otherwise but I don't however think lowercase "flamethrower" (and many other instances of "offiicial names" being sourced from generic, lower-case utterances currently on the wiki) is not strong enough to be considered an "official name". Presenting them to the reader as True Official Names instead of the generic mentions they are is very misleading.
Hi.Time Turner said:edit: i'm a patient person, but it's been almost two weeks since i asked the question and only one person has said anything
This is the list of enemies from the BradyGames guide for Super Mario Sunshine. They're weird, mangled romanizations of Japanese names except they don't always line up with the actual Japanese names. At the time, I dismissed them as being, but I've also picked up the Versus Books guide for SMS, and nearly all of the names are identical, right down to Skeeters being "Blue Spiders" and Klambers being "Yellow Spiders". The only names that don't match are the series-staple enemies; BradyGames continues with the weird names, while Versus Books uses the traditional names ("Geeso" vs. Blooper, "Pakkun Flower" vs. Piranha Plant, etc.). With two separate guides written by separate people and published by separate companies, I have to wonder if it's actually worth noting these names.Time Turner said:I'll dump the full list here, for easy looking at, even if they're not romanizations (Wiki on the left, guide on the right):
- Kurin - Hamkuri (Strollin' Stu)
- Sanboheddo - Sanbo Head (Pokey Sprout)
- Puchipuchi - Name Kuri (Gooble)
- Gorogoro Pakkun - Goro (Piranhabon)
- Kuragessō - Mamae Gesso (Jumping Blooper)
- Pukupuku - Tobi Fish (Cheep Cheep
- ??? - Popo (Poink)
- ??? - Yellow Spider (Klamber)
- Poihana - Paihana (blue Cataquack)
- ??? - Chuhana (red Cataquack)
- Moe Kurin - Moe Kuri (Smolderin' Stu)
- Denki nokonoko - Denki Nokonoko (blue Electro-Koopa)
- ??? - Name Kuri (wings) (Soarin' Stu)
- ??? - Dango (Stackin' Stu)
- Denki nokonoko - Electro-Koopa (red Electro-Koopa)
- Tamago nokonoko - Tamanoko (Snooze-A-Koopa
- Sanbo - Dango Flower (Pokey)
- ??? - Doro Kuri (Swipin' Stu)
- ??? - Bullet Bill (Bull's-Eye Bill)
- Bomuhei - Neji Bomb (Bob-omb)
- Igaiga - Iga (Glorpedo)
- Tanemaki Sanbo - Yunbo (Seedy Pod)
- Kazekun - Gust (Wind Spirit)
If it helps out some of our users, I don't see the harm in it.Kazooie said:Quick idea that popped into my mind, should the Template:PArchive have hover text that displays either the color or more conveniently the outcome of the proposal? For the colorblind of us.
For example, hovering over the "(ended June 5)" of the first proposal should display "Proposal passed, result is currently enforced." for convenience.
Thanks! Now we know the workaround. I wonder if the library will support relative paths in the future, since I expect other svg files made by Nintendo to have them.porplemontage said:SVG's on the wiki must use absolute paths. Updated the file.
This has been around since at least November of 2007, and the proposals I have in mind happened long after this was put here. Would it be wrong for me to go back and undo what they've done?Any proposal that has three votes or less at deadline will automatically be listed as "NO QUORUM." The original proposer then has the option to relist said proposal to generate more discussion.
I do have Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 playable, perhaps I could attempt to grab a pic.Niiue said:alright does anyone have any pics of the trash can item from mario kart arcade gp since i honestly can't find anything
When I was ----ing around with the Proposal Outcome template, I saw proposals that had no business of passing either.Time Turner said:I've noticed a few talk page proposals who had passed and put into effect despite only having three votes. This goes against rule 8 on the Proposals page:
It's only in the first game, as far as I know.Baby Luigi said:
Hm, alright. I haven't heard any claims of that nature, for the record.Baby Luigi said:From my sources, I've heard that everything from the first one is returned in the second one. However if it is exclusive to the first one, then I can't get it. I have only Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 playable.