Talk:Ice Climbers on fire glitch

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errr... what? Read Mew2King's enormous page of stats - it's in there. Other statistics from that page (eg running speed) have been used on SmashWiki pages, with no proof required beyond that of "Well, Mew2King said it is so, so it is so". I don't have very good access to Melee, because I don't have it, I just play it at friends' houses, but I have tried it out and it works, but I don't have a camera of any sort so I can't record it. It's fairly easy to test. Try it out, then, if no one can make it work, add the deletion tag again. Until such a time, please leave the tag off the page, as it makes the article look like spam. Anyway, why delete it immediately? Just put the "this page contains unverified claims" template at the top, and people will still know what you mean. PenguinofDeath (talk) 06:35, 22 May 2009 (UTC) :Text isn't proof. Someone's word isn't proof. What counts as good proof is a video. Stills are okay, but really, video is the best way to go. SD706/FnW - (UTC ) 21:54, 30 May 2009 (UTC) ::Even when it's someone like Mew2King? Whatever, that's not important. What is important is that I don't have Melee, so I can't provide proof for this. Is there a template along the same lines as the images one, asking for other people to submit videos?

This article requires video proof.
If you know of an appropriate video for this article,
please embed it using the <youtube></youtube> tag.

::If not, then that should have the desired effect. PenguinofDeath 07:31, 31 May 2009 (UTC)

I've seen a video of this glitch on Youtube before. It definitely exists. I'll try to find the video. --Posted by Pikamander2 (Talk) at 22:11, 8 June 2009 (UTC)

Found and embedded. Thanks - I'd looked for a video before but gave up, then when you said there was one I looked harder and found it. It didn't have "Ice Climbers" in the name so my previous searches missed it. PenguinofDeath 07:07, 9 June 2009 (UTC)