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- The article is linked from Training Mode, which means that a reader has to go there to find out what the CPU modes in Training Mode are. That's why it was so important to organize the article. For someone interested in the order that the SSBM debug menu lists the modes, there's a perfectly good list at Debug menu (SSBM)#CPU modes. Zowayix (talk) 03:22, 5 January 2016 (EST)
126.96.36.199 21:08, 10 January 2016 (EST)
Just pointing this out again. I'm not sure if the preview button itself is really relevant to the current situation, but you're making a lot of consecutive edits. Try to keep them down to one or two. ---Preceding unsigned comment added by you. Or maybe DatNuttyKid. 14:47, 13 January 2016 (EST)
I can't exactly agree with calling a 44 entrant tournament with single-elimination a "national" when there have been other 3DS tournaments with similar sizes that were slightly larger (and generally, 100 entrants is the baseline for nationals, with only a few exceptions). On top of that, you're claiming that the tournament had "national entrants", yet everyone that entered the Smash 3DS tournament was from the East Coast (primarily the South). I'm assuming that you're referring to the size of TO10 as a whole, but it's entirely possible for a tournament to be a national tournament for one game and a regional/local tournament for another game. I believe you're editing in good faith (since you do make a lot of good contributions to the wiki), but you really shouldn't revert another user's revert on an article without bringing it to the talk page first. PokemonMasterJamal3 (talk) 00:03, 24 January 2016 (EST)
- Apologies, I was indeed referring to TO10 as a whole and wasn't aware about the baseline & that what you said regarding tournament classifications was possible. Noted. Zowayix (talk) 10:11, 25 January 2016 (EST)
The point of a disambiguation page is to redirect the reader to the page they actually were looking for. That's it. If they search for "Shoryuken", they're not looking for an article about "up special move" or "Dr. Mario". – Smiddle 03:43, 13 February 2016 (EST)
Master Hand glitch
The facts on the glitch page that you changed have been explicitly tested and confirmed by myself. The finger walk attack is the only solo MH attack that requires a target. Serpent King 22:13, 3 August 2016 (EDT)
- There's a video at the bottom of the Name Entry glitch page showing the game freezing when Master Hand uses Jet in Adventure Mode and All-Star Mode. Version differences, perhaps? Zowayix (talk) 22:33, 3 August 2016 (EDT)
I've noticed you keep reverting the most recent edits on the Knockback page. If you disagree with a removal of the tag, discuss the issue on the talk page, rather than continuing to revert. Users who edit war constantly are at risk of being blocked. Have a nice day! Black Vulpine of the Furry Nation. Furries make the internets go! :3 22:21, 14 March 2018 (EDT)
EDIT: Okay, to your credit, you seem to have reverted your own revert. However, please do try to bear this policy in mind, we take it seriously. Thanks! Black Vulpine of the Furry Nation. Furries make the internets go! :3 22:22, 14 March 2018 (EDT)
Can you explain why “A waterfall that is swum through by interacting with it” would use the past participle of swim? The sentence is seemingly a weird mix of present and past anyway and I’m not sure what to make of it. – Emmett 04:49, 12 November 2018 (EST)