There seems to be some confusion with posting on the forums that I have noticed of late, especially in the Mariner's Muse. It may be valuable to create a guide with pictures that show the various options, and what they do. If we could particularly show how to reply to a specific thread, and to edit posts, it may help reduce the spam of the forum.
The page on skellingtons does not note which items may or may not be taken. I believe all deeds, trinkets, and portraits are immune, as well as the backsword and the savvy hat.
- Actually, the Starting the match section of the skellie article says which items cannot be stolen by skellies. I went ahead and added the items that were missing, though.--Zyborg22 06:48, 8 November 2005 (PST)
- Oh, very good. Thank you. --Bia 04:06, 9 November 2005 (PST)
The recent discussion on the problems with adding new content to the YPPedia confuses me. While it may be easier to find pages that need editing or technical clean-up, there is no lack pages that could use considerable content addition.
As an initial suggestion, I would suggest looking at all of the puzzle pages. Few of them have any great detail on strategy for improvement. But such information is not lacking. The forums have numerous discussions on puzzle strategy, and that information could be condensed and revised to fill out the respective puzzle pages.
This would also be of considerable help to the Ocean Masters, since I usually get at least one or two petitions every shift which asks how to swordfight, or even how to combo. While I can link to the wiki pages, all the in-depth discussions are on the forums, and considerably more difficult to find. Some of these discussions are linked to from the wiki pages, but that is still a gap, and it runs the risk of a player reading information that is incomplete, outdated, or (possibly the worst) filled with broken images. For other puzzles, I have noticed that the information is even more sparse. --Bia 21:31, 31 May 2006 (PDT)