FFXIV characters[edit source]
- Oh so all the NPCs get an infobox now? I'll add it to their pages then. Monterossa (talk) 15:14, June 23, 2017 (UTC)
- I need to try using him first. He's among the chars I don't use. Monterossa (talk) 15:39, February 14, 2018 (UTC)
Y'mhitra Rhul[edit source]
Abuse filter[edit source]
Sorry about earlier. In an attempt to stop certain pages being created, I accidentally stopped anyone from being able to do anything to certain pages, so some of your deletions didn't go through. JBed (talk) 13:30, June 8, 2018 (UTC)
- It's ok. I gave up on deleting them anyway since it seemed to convince him to do more. Monterossa (talk) 14:39, June 8, 2018 (UTC)
Do we want to add Japanese names under DFFOO weapons and armor? Mierna 01:45, November 22, 2018 (UTC)
- The list of weapons and list of armors? Yeah, we should. Monterossa (talk) 04:20, November 22, 2018 (UTC)
DFFOO costume stuff.[edit source]
I see you follow Opera Omnia about as well as I do. If you can find the info, I think seeing what other countries pay for the costume loot crates would be mighty helpful. Also, how can one find out when the Japanese were able to buy these things? Just a few ideas I've been batting around. Swordzmanp236 (talk) 05:28, December 14, 2018 (UTC)
- I think players from each country have to pay a converted price in their currency so it'd be hard to cover all of them. Covering USD, EUR, and JPY should be good enough for that table. I have my Google Play set to Japan so I pay for these things in JPY and it's 4500 yen for one costume pack. These prices are the same for both JP and Global version, so if Japanese players play the Global version, they'll have to pay 4500 yen for a pack, too. For the time period that these packs became available, I think you can find them by checking on DFFOO's Japanese Twitter's tweets. Monterossa (talk) 06:29, December 14, 2018 (UTC)
Sorry it took me so long... Just letting you know, I'm finally running a bot script to remove DEFAULTSORT from all characters, as no one objected to it and I honestly agree that it's stupid to expect readers to search by surname. Figured I should run this before I mass rename all the categories anyway.-- Technobliterator TC 18:19, January 11, 2019 (UTC)
- Nice. Now those character categories are easier to explore. Monterossa (talk) 18:51, January 11, 2019 (UTC)
- You might want to check for exceptions in case of pages with titles (Professor Hojo), and times where characters are usually referred to by their surname (Adelbert Steiner). JBed (talk) 19:59, January 11, 2019 (UTC)
Graphics content[edit source]
Just delete the stuff I uploaded then. I mean, why keep the older version if you can do it all better with your specs? Wouldn't want to plague anyone with my shabby screens and stuff. --Shockwavepulsar (talk) 00:12, January 16, 2019 (UTC)
- You mean this? It was missing Construct 8 in the back, so I replaced it. Please don't feel bad about it. Monterossa (talk) 00:22, January 16, 2019 (UTC)
FFXIV images[edit source]
Hello, I have some FFXIV arts that are not in wikia, among them there is the rendering of the heads of the Orbonne Monastery (Agrias, Mustadio, Thunder God and Ultima), but I do not know where I can put them and with which categories. Put them on the raid page?
A dummied model with datamining? if the appearance does not appear in-game could be put as trivia. Hum, would you found the models of the other two ancians without the shadows (Igeyorhm and Pashtarot)? The HGX (talk) 23:45, July 8, 2019 (UTC)
- The other Ascians have something like a placeholder face with Hyur face or something. So I guess it's not worth uploading. Lahabrea on the other hand, seems to have a unique face. But yeah, it should be in the trivia section. Monterossa (talk) 23:52, July 8, 2019 (UTC)
thanks for the answer, these two ancians that I mentioned they appear unmasked during the epilogue of the ARR but with a shadow on the face and the hair is visible, I imagined that they could have a unique model. The HGX (talk) 00:00, July 9, 2019 (UTC)
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Script pages[edit source]
Hey Monterossa, just following up to check how far we got with the script pages? Is there anything I can help with in terms of getting them to go live in the next few months or so? They'll become relevant soon for something I had in mind!-- Technobliterator (TC) 13:54, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
- Oh.... I totally forgot about them. Been playing FFXIV and didn't do much with anything else. Let's resume the project. Monterossa (talk) 14:01, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
- Are you sure you don't want the Japanese scripts? I think it'd be useful. Like when I translate the Opera Omnia quotes, sometimes I need to check what they actually say in their original game, in both Japanese and English. It's good for our future works to have these references. Monterossa (talk) 14:12, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
- If we do include the Japanese scripts, I'm not opposed to adding them on their own pages (i.e. "Final Fantasy V SNES script", "Final Fantasy V GBA script", "Final Fantasy V Japanese script"). The main problem I had was that if we included both scripts on the same pages, then said pages could become too large. But I think that including them on separate pages may be a good idea.-- Technobliterator (TC) 14:29, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
- I actually really like what you did with the table of contents. That's an awesome touch.
- So far, it looks awesome. I'm nearly done with a project on the R&C wiki, but some time after that, I think I'll start on the FFVII (original) script. If you work on FFV, and presumably whatever other games you want, then I'll do VII?-- Technobliterator (TC) 17:28, November 25, 2019 (UTC)
Super late, but have been starting on Final Fantasy VII script. Optional dialogue still needs doing (not sure how to verify or extract data) as does story content after Midgar, but it's a start. Let me know what you think!-- Technobliterator TC 07:51, February 11, 2020 (UTC)
- Nice. I'm very busy with real-life works so I can't really do much on the wiki right now. Monterossa (talk) 12:46, February 11, 2020 (UTC)
That's all six of them[edit source]
Good news. I've got all six biographies up on the Trials of Mana cast. If you acquired any of these units in the Japanese collab, feel free to add anything on their moves and stats. Over at my home base, we have had to change the names of the moves to conform to the current English script.
Limit Bursts for our heroes are based on their Class Strikes. So, then, any one of the following could be used for each:
- Charlotte: Whackbam, Jump, Dash, Chop Slap, Kersplode, Bombastic, Jumbonk.
- Duran: Cross Cut, Triple Slash, Spin Slash, Glint Slash, Magic Rend, Hollow Slash, Quakebringer.
- Hawkeye: Poison Dagger, Swallow Throw, Shadow Slash, Dance of Roses, Slash Fury, Shadow Menace, Split Slash.
- Kevin: Phenomenal Fist, Spin Kick, Abyssal Slice, Byakko Wave, Genbu Kick, Suzaku Aerial, Seiryu Strike.
- Riesz: Whirlwind Spear, Lance Surge, Aerial Lance, Light Lance, Meteor Thrust, Dragon Rend, Raging Fury.
- Good job, man. I enjoy playing Trials of Mana right now. I hope they'll make Seiken 4 someday. Monterossa (talk) 06:15, July 16, 2020 (UTC)
- They already beat you to it. Dawn of Mana was SD4 officially, but it's so far out of line with the other three that it wasn't well-received, at least over here. I have one very fussy editor over there, says nothing is a Mana game proper UNLESS it was created and drawn by the original, pre-'07 team. But no game since ToM has gotten the formula right, and at least two of 'em were by that first team. Go figure. Swordzmanp236 (talk) 06:48, July 16, 2020 (UTC)