Yep. This is a part of the collector's pack. There are at least 20 document but this is the only one that is specifically about Temple Gate's personil. The rest are document about Murkoff's project and Helen Grant's document about walrider and the radio tower . One or two of them look pretty significant.
I got some of them from the discord in murkoff-account chanel as i remember. It is shared in outlast wikia's discord
It's trivia, you can't just go removing content from the wiki cause you don't like it. Reusing assets and animations fits and the saw is a nod to Evil Dead 2, there's a similar scene in the movie to how the player discovers it in the shack and the devs also noted this, seeing as they are movie buffs that have referenced a bunch of them in the game.
We also have a thing for proper etiquette. Do not write things like these for your summaries and do not start editing wars over articles you disagree with: "what a fucking retarded piece of trivia. Games often reuse animations, dont make it trivia. what a cunt just trying to up his own edit tally"
No, you can't just spam inappropriate commentary because you so choose to. We, like everyone else, have standards and rules that advocate proper etiquette. There's a code of conduct and you're violating it. If you continue on with that kind of behavior, you will be suspended for the next 7 days. Any further violations will result in a 30 day ban and finally a permanent ban if there's no way of reasoning with the person in question.
Yes, games tend to reuse assets and animations, this is a minor detail on a wiki that's dedicated to listing all valuable information about their assigned subject, as long as it provides some note-worthy material (although this one in particular could be worded better). The whole point of it was to illustrate how Walker and Walrider almost have identical behavior and design. The thing with Waylon simply being a slight reskin of Miles can also be noted somewhere on the wiki.
No, editing wars refers to a person reluctantly placing something back onto the wiki or removing it without even addressing the issue with the conflicted user simply because they felt like it. You chose to revert my edit before even talking to me about the issue you had.
They're not locked, new users cannot instantly edit some of the protected pages. They become available after a day or two, I don't remember after how long exactly. This is to prevent people from making malicious edits on alt accounts and it's mostly for the more prominent articles or the ones with high traffic. For the moment, if you have any info you'd like to add, note it here and I'll see if we can list it on the wiki.
Hello, I am a participant in the Russian project about the game Outlast. And I would like to ask you how you know that one of. Followers of the covenant name is Corgan. Maybe his name was mentioned in a note?
I understand why you undid some of my edits. But can you at least give some reasons for them instead of just clicking "undo" with no explanation? I'm sure I don't even have the right to ask you that, but could you humor me?
Posting images that already exist on the wiki and are listed on the gallery, posting low quality images and re-listed them on articles instead of keeping them in their respective galleries and expanding unnecessary dialogue on articles.
Hey, NewGenTV, I'm kinda new here on the wiki site and stuff, and I just wanted to notify you there's this dude on the site, named JacktheTripper23. I think he's been trying to bait underage girls into talking with him... sexually. If you want proof here's one: https://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:451871
Pretty sick guy, honestly. And I noticed he's also present here on the Outlast Wiki as well. So... blocking him would be the best course of action. In my opinion, of course. If you still don't believe me for whatever reason, please fee free to inquire the advice of Valkerone. An absolute block from Fandom entirely may help as well. Get this dude off the site completely.
He's no longer present on the wiki and he wasn't directly involved with it, he was an Outlast Discord member before being banned. He tried pleading with Valkerone to lift the ban, but failed for obvious reasons. We cannot kick someone off the wiki unless they violate the rules directly, but he hasn't been active for months and I have reported him to the Fandom Staff.
To clarify, I couldn't (nor would I even have wanted to) lift the ban anyway since I'm not an admin on the Villains Wiki. He was trying to get me to vouch for him for the sake of pity-baiting and convince the Villains Wiki admins to lift his block. But of course, I said no because helping a user who outright tried to groom girls online is asinine.
With that said, he has already been told off by the Fandom Staff several months ago for his behavior. To top it all off, he has resorted to sockpuppetry a few times on the Villains Wiki after the whole incident, so his "Jackthetripper123" account can be considered inactive anyway.
@OutRunNumberTen With that said, why exactly did you bring up this user who has long since abandoned Jackthetripper123 account? I've talked to the Staff and they've confirmed that the account has been inactive for some time. Have you seen someone with a similar name using the same shady tactics?
Oh, sorry, I didn't know that the account was deactivated. Besides that, turns out his main Kubol123 account is still active and claims that his weird talk to a 14-year old girl on the Villains Wiki was just a "misunderstanding" when talked to by a Marvel Wiki admin.
Whichever allows you to stockpile files of random game data. There's nothing that contributes to this dialogue. The only thing it is used for is to inform the player that there's no signal all the way up in the mountain by natural means. Other than that, it serves no purpose and cannot be assigned to any in-game character.
I don't know any, as I don't use them myself, they're generally just for storing and sharing in-game files. Just look them up. I was giving you an example that we don't have to list every minuscule factor found within the game.
For the record, a simple discussion is always preferred over you reverting back my edits and after our previous conversation about not listing every single insignificant bit on the wiki. I don't have to tell you after every single edit to not list them if the information holds no value whatsoever to the reader.
I am simply here to provide anyone visiting this wiki with as much information on the subject as possible.
What do Miles' fictional, randomized license plates inform the reader about? You also mentioned they were listed on our sister Spanish and French language wikis; This information was directly lifted from our trivia before it was removed for being completely useless bit of info.
It's not a question of value, its the "Trivia" section. Not all information is important, and the least important ones will be listed there. Many other informations on the Trivia section are nearly useless to the plot, and this one is no different. Trivia is defined as something insignificant, of little importance.
With that limiter, you might as well run around the area and count how many pebbles and branches there are in each location. There has to be some level of consistency as to what goes under the trivia and what doesn't. Under our guidelines, we've defined that Trivia is something that's miniscule, but still a worthy mention or an interesting/obscure fact that the player might have either missed or not known.
Sidenote, no one's arguing with you over something so basic.
Well it's better to debate first and foremost where information can and should be added. If there's no reasonable place to put in the information, maybe we should create a page? Would the content in question be substantial enough to warrant an entire new page for itself? If not, scrap the idea entirely. Now as to what can be included in Trivia sections, we draw the lines at details that are purely environmental and of no peculiar interest. Speculation is prohibited altogether on the wiki, so anything that's in the game, unless explicitly specified as part of the lore and whatnot, isn't treated as such. This is why we've had so much of an issue for Val in Outlast II.
Alright. It's true that a license plate isn't a big detail, but it's just that I thought it would be worth mentioning. After all, the gta wiki mentioned the characters' license plates as easter eggs giving hints to the characters backstory, but it doesn't necessarily apply here, I admit. Just tell me exactly what kind of information is worth mentioning, and what isn't and we can close this conversation and get back to our business.