Forum:Legacy XP and Legacy TE

From SmashWiki, the Super Smash Bros. wiki
Jump to navigationJump to search
Forums: Index Proposals Legacy XP and Legacy TE
FailedPolicy.png This is a closed discussion about a failed proposed change on SmashWiki. It remains for archival purposes.
The closing administrator adds: "No quorum"

While I understand Project M's existence on this wiki has been debated in the past, I am of the opinion that it's still big enough and relevant enough within the Smash community to stick around - and more or less, that seems to be the general consensus of the wiki staff.

With that being said, the most prominent Project M mod out there is Legacy TE. An increasing number of tournaments use Legacy TE, which, similarly to 20XXTE for Melee, adds quality of life features and additional tournament-focused content to PM. It even fixes game-breaking bugs from Project M when it comes to Subspace Emissary, clear mode, and other modes.

Legacy XP, on the other hand, uses Project M as a base and adds more characters, stages, and modes to the game. Version 2.0 came out last May. It's the most popular Brawl mod on BrawlVault and is actively developed today.

So my question is, is there a place for Legacy TE or Legacy XP on this wiki? They both seem prevalent enough to be considered at least, although I'll acknowledge they're in the "mod of a mod" category.

If anything, maybe one or both could live on the mod page? Not sure if it would belong there or the Project M proper page.

Open to hearing your thoughts and suggestions. SSB Symbol (flat).png davidvkimball 16:07, 2 October 2018 (EDT)

If it's this popular, it definitely should be mentioned somewhere. It is still a mod, which we do cover (even if not usually as extensively as Project M). I would like to say it should get its own page (not as detailed as Project M or possibly even Brawl-, but something); however, since it is, as you said, a mod of a mod, I'm a bit hesitant.
It may be best to give it a small subsection on Project M (and/or the mods page) and just see how its popularity goes, especially with Ultimate on the horizon. Project M basically died right after we decided to cover it as extensively as we do, but it at least still has an extensive history. This mod seems rather young and could turn out to be a short-lived fad. TheNuttyOne 18:03, 4 October 2018 (EDT)
There isn't enough notability to warrant an article. But it could warrant a section on the mod page or a section on the Project M page though. For personal use. Corrin Fan Walls Can Fall.jpg 16:44, 29 October 2018 (EDT)