User talk:Azareal d3
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Hey, great work on the achvs! Are you on the forums at all? --Apoc 23:48, 17 June 2012 (UTC)
changing the achieve template
Great work on the achieve template, but if you're going to be changing it please do it soon and leave it be. :P you're breaking all the already made pages.
Crumbling Vault achv
- Thanks, you're awesome :) --Apoc 18:14, 11 July 2012 (UTC)
I noticed that you have many images in achievements articles and would like to know where did you get it. I'm editing and creating some articles too, but they are incomplete, because I dont know where or how to get these images. Thanks :) --Ufaust
I've noticed that you wanted it moved to File:Angel Trooper Portrait.png, but it would be misleading considering that the image referenced is only used in Diablo III for when Selathiel is narrating The Angiris Council and the following journal entries describing the individual members. Given that, I would rather it be moved to File:Selathiel Portrait.png. Sojourna 23:11, 4 November 2012 (UTC)
- Ah, okay... I got the name from the MPQ itself. If you're sure it isn't re-used elsewhere, Selathiel is fine with me... Azareal 06:18, 5 November 2012 (UTC)
- MPQs can be used as a guideline, but I'd be careful using them as the source. The reason I say that is because the data file is not always accurate, per se. For example, I recently browsed through one - from World of Warcraft - and was surprised to find that an old raid boss' name was spelled differently in the MPQ from the in-game version (Kathune vs. C'Thun).
- As for the D3DB link, I can clear that up. The NPC ids refer to those angels the player encounters in Act IV that act independently of the player. They'll sometimes speak, but it only appears strictly in the chat line (unless you have bubble speech enabled). The portrait used for the web page(s) for said NPC web pages and the label from the MPQ match up, but the image is only ever used in-game for when Selathiel is talking. I'll go ahead and move the file accordingly. Sojourna 19:54, 5 November 2012 (UTC)
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Diablo III Unique monster pages.
I am still not sure if many Unique monsters in Diablo III disserve their own page. An example being Dervish Lord which has been added to the Dune Dervish monster family article. In many cases I feel it may be more helpful to redirect to the monster family page as there really is not much to say about them and if there is a little bit to say it can be added as a note.
Also for some reason the section redirects for uniques do not work, I am not sure if that is caused by the NOTOC status the monster family articles have or there is a bug in the unique table template used.