- 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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