I'm a admin from the LBP wiki and a few others (i won't list them all). I was wondering if you'd be interested in improving your community message section to look like those on the wiki's i'm admin for.
I could set one up in my blog area for you so all you have to do is copy it into the community message section. I'll just need a list of affiliates, links and word marks and names of your main admins.
(Use a desktop browser and scroll to community message)
Just to let you know i manage to find the information i needed. you can find the template here
I took a guess at the information you would use in the template. it may be missing a few links. opening up the page classic editor - source mode, then copying the contents and pasting it into the community message section should work.
It may appear wide on the blog page and community corner, but it will auto adjust to fit on the wiki activity page. feel free to contact me if you need help.
I removed unnecessary information, likes the residents, because that is mentioned already. I also removed empty sections because, well, they are empty and they can be created when they have content (gallery, trivia, etc.).
Captions in infoboxes are not a place to put information that should be found within the article, and I renamed the page because "home" is a more fitting word than "residence."
And lastly, you created the page, but you don't own it. If there is a page on the wiki, anyone is allowed, and in fact encouraged, to edit it if they can make it better.
oh and one more thing, if possible, can you try and help me find more information about Sly Cooper's past, i have been gathering evidence on what happened at the Cooper home but there isn't enough, if you could help me find more info, i woud appreciate it very much.
And Hasele, if you want to talk to me about that, you can either create a new message or a thread on our forum.
Short answer: I didn't make the other two, that was FireSlug; and it's not necessarily anyone's duty to make the page, as no one is employed by the wiki. If it happens, it happens, and if not, maybe you could start it.
I'm not doubting the existence of the glitch, but if you are adding new content, you need to format and write it correctly. It's up to the creator of the content to make sure the spelling and grammar is correct, not other users.
Nobody has uploaded the locations of the art safe combinations in Guard Duty and Hidden Flight Roster (three paintings for each mission and there are to be three locations where the safe's combination could be in each painting. Do you think you will be able to find and upload those images to this wiki when you can?
I'd liek to hear your consent about this but, I was thinking, imagine a minor crossover between Sly and these particular disney attractions: Big Thunder Mountain railroad, and the Haunted Mansion (Phantom Manor being the European version of the ride)?
This crossover involves Thaddeus Winslow Cooper III and "Tennessee Kid" Cooper having their own brush with the Supernatural and the paranormal,
Thaddeus' side of the Crossover is primarilly centering around the Haunted Mansion, Known as Gracey Manor according to fans and some merchandise. While it's supposed to be located in louisiana, Gracey Manor is in England in this crossover for several reasons: convenience and because the interior of the mansion inthe ride as well as the ghosts look more british than american.
For Tennessee's.side of the Story, it actually involves BOTH Phantom Manor and Big Thunder mountain railroad.
For Thaddeus, He came to the mansion to visit Master Gracey, who in this crossover was a very obscure friend of thaddeus in the past, the story that unfolds is an agitha christie/conan-doyle styled mystery story that also features elements taken from both unused concepts and existing or former scenes from the ride itself. May involve an appearance of Sir Galleth who replaces the Headless knight in the ride.
For Tennesse Kid, He had been tracking down an outlaw for days and his search led him the abandoned town of Thunder Mesa, The outlaw and his gang are hidden in the mansion, obviously not heeding the warnings of the places being so haunted, the toughest man in the west could go in there and flee in terror the next morning, The outlaw's justification for hiding int he mansion is that he, "ain't afraid of no ghost.".
Tennessee, though, it a bit more hesitant about the place, even with allt he rumurs and wanrings about ravenswood mansion, he still has an outlaw to track and has no choice but to enter the mansion anyways not knowing of the drama that will unfold.
That is, Each of the time periods (except the old west) exhibiting High-Fantasy elements in them, such as magic, magic users, races (anthropomorphic substitutes of elves, dwarves, hobbits, and fairies, etc), deities, and mythical or fantasy creatures all of which correspond with the theme of the time period and freely interact with the people in that time period. Magic and supernatural phenomena already exist in the sly trilogy, so what would be your reaction if Thieves in Time was more Historic Fantasy than Time travel?
Teenbat wrote: I probably wouldn't mind if there was magic. As you said, the Sly series is no stranger to the supernatural.
The elves and whatnot, though, no thanks.
So you don't agree with the idea of High Fantasy themes appearing in the time periods? Though it is possible to have real world anmals or even mythical/fantasy fauna to substitute races. We can have Deer for elves, moles for dwarves, hamsters for hobbits/gnomes, and Insects for fairies.