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Guardian Icon Uberfuzzy has completed the Guardian Epic and has received the FABLED Vel'Arek
Guardian Icon Uberfuzzy has upgraded the Guardian Epic and has received the MYTHICAL Revitalized Vel'Arek
Guardian Icon I have completed the Guardian Epic and has received the FABLED Vel'Arek
Guardian Icon I have upgraded the Guardian Epic and has received the MYTHICAL Revitalized Vel'Arek


suggestionEdit

  • If i was to make a template for the Enervated version of the epic, would it be better to make a new template or modify this one to include the Enervated epic?

Jaudark 02:40, May 5, 2010 (UTC)

I'd go with modify this one, and say enervated=y or something for the way of showing it. --lordebon 02:43, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
  • Drake: do a comparaison between your last and mine. Line 124 says "tooon name has converted my weapon [...]" where as I had put "toon name has converted their weapon". My main language is French so correct me if I'm wrong, but "Jaudark has converted my weapon" doesn't work as "Jaudark" is a 'he' not an 'I'. Originally i thought of adding a new tag like "female=y" incase the toon's gender was female. I would've been able to do "his/her", but someone told me "their" would work. --Jaudark 15:50, May 8, 2010 (UTC)
"Their" should be fine when referring to a 3rd-person party... And that's what the User Subclass Epic looks to be coded to do when a toon name is specified. And apparently, you and I thought of the same thing, with "his" and "her" for the template (with toon names). Personally, I like the idea of being able to say "Jaudark has converted HIS weapon" or "Sarah has converted HER weapon," but maybe that is an ambitiong only you and I share -- Mysterious drake
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