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Talk:Silverdawg

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The "hide" button is covered by the text "Multiple familiars". I'm not sure how to fix it. --Barrister 11:15, 23 December 2006 (PST)

Awkwardness. I've made a fix that works - though might not be the best. --Sagacious (talk) 11:47, 23 December 2006 (PST)

NPOV

I think some of the terms used for notoriety here are over the top. While he's certainly a well-known name, I don't think "legend" is exactly NPOV, even for Silverdawg. --Diamondblade (54x) 06:19, 3 July 2007 (PDT)

Can we get rid of the NPOV? Silverdawg holds legend status in swordfighting circles so I think its probably a reasonable word to use in the article. --Lizzie 17:18, 9 July 2009 (UTC)
I took out those terms. I didn't know he was a "legend" so there goes that. --Katyland 13:45, 27 October 2009 (PDT)
I changed it back. How long have you been playing? I think it is fair his name is part of PP history, especially since he is one of the more well known Beta players. If you still run a search of his name on forums, he is still used in discussion. Even within the month filter of search as of 12/05/09, he has been used in over a dozen posts; despite it being years since he played actively. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Chanelly (talkcontribs)


Factcheck: Achievements

Silverdawg's Achievements are listed as quote: "In his visit he acquired an Ippolito on Midnight to once again become the first player to own all possible types of familiars." Given he is one of the few players known to hold all four, I'm not sure he was the first. Two questions:

  1. Are we stating he's the first on Midnight to hold all four familiar types?
  2. Are we stating he's the first on Puzzle Pirates to hold all four types?

I know Belle on the Hunter holds all four types, and she has for a some time now. -- Mwagner 11:05, 8 August 2008 (PST)

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