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  • I see you’re adding pics of the location for the datapoints. Don’t forget that the datapoints from the Eclipse Camp and Sobeck's office change location if you don’t grab them the first time through.

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    • Thank you!! I will make note of that and/or try to snap another picture. I know where the Eclipse ones move to, not sure about Sobeck's office though. Can you enlighten me?

      Also the same goes for the four of the DLC datapoints, I think they're in the Cauldron originally. I went back to get one I missed and it was on a shelf in a storage room in Firebreak with a couple others I picked up elsewhere.

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  • So I’m kinda irked by the new outfits. The Werak Runner and Chieftain are obviously just different levels of the same outfits sharing the identical base designs like we’ve seen before. The other three while thematically continue from Silent Hunter, Blazon, and Ice Hunter aesthetically they are different instead being pulled from the attire of other characters: Sona, Talanah, etc. Should they have their own page or be added to the other pages? Same with the new weapon levels this time they have different names but share design and attributes?

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    • Huh, you were right, I was playing on NG+. It's kinda crazy, is there now a Heavy, Adept, and Master version of these outfits?? Actually, two "Adept" versions with different looks in NG+? Ugghhhh

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    • Honestly, the new outfits should have been called Nora Warchief, Carja Hawk, and Banuk Thunder's Daughter (or something else referencing Lauvuk since she is who the outfit is based on). And Master should definitely be higher up than Adept. Or they should have kept the aesthetic the same and then found a new term for the NG+ instead of Adept. I mean the DLC was great and all but what about the wiki editors; will no one think of the wiki editors?

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  • Hey Queenmireluck,

    Just wanted to see how the script writing is coming. Did you end up deciding that you were going to go that rout? 

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  • Hi Queenmirelurk, 

    This is a followup of your comment where you expressed interest in collborating with staff on video creation. Jen Burton, the VP of the FANDOM Community has sent me a reply, and they have expressed interest in collaborating with you.

    The main idea is to work with the staff on script creation. How this works is that you will write original scripts for videos, and the staff will produce the actual videos. While they haven't really kicked off a program where community members submit fully completed videos, they're willing to give it a try with you and another user, Random Side Quest.

    If you're interested, you can contact Jen Burton via community@fandom.com, and also fill out this Google form.

    Cheers!

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  • Hey, just wondering if you were adding the info on the Hunting Grounds Keeper pages or if you were just making the pages? I'd be happy to add the info but I didn't want to add anything if you were already thinking of doing it yourself. 

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  • Yo thanks for editing that page. I created it coz that article didnt exist. But i didnt know how to give links so thanks for setting that up.

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  • Hey, I noticed you've been updating a lot of links to point to "U.S. Robot Command". For pages with multiple valid titles, it's generally best to set up a redirect page- this means you don't have to go around changing every link, and any future attempts to link to "USRC" would automatically go to the proper page. We already have a few of these set up, such as Olin redirecting to Olin Delverson.

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  • Just wondering, why do you think Activities should be placed outside of Quests? Within the game's menu, Activities are a subset of Quests, so I can't see much of a reason to categorize them separately.

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    • In the Collector's Edition Guide book, there are two separate chapterss for "Quests" and "Activities." The former has the main quests, side quests, and errands, and the latter chapter has the bandit camps, Tallnecks, corrupted zones, etc. I think it makes sense, too, like quests have a narrative but the activites don't. What do you think?

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    • Personally, I'd say the game takes precedence over the guide. I'm not sure the "narrative" criteria really works either, since it's possible to create custom errands with no associated narratives, and several activities do have something of a narrative (e.g. Nil's bandit camps).

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    • I think the fact that the activities are listed under quests within the game menu itself is probably more a result of the designers trying to make it more navigable rather than as a display of intention. They're split out into two separate categories on the "Game Progression" page, too, and not all listed under quests. That plus the book's organization makes me think "Activity" and "Quest" and two different things but all placed under "Quests" so they didn't have to add another page to the menu.

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    • Again, I'm not sure I trust the book that much- Guerrilla helped with it, but it was ultimately written by people outside of Guerrilla.

      I guess my real complaint with that definition is that Activities and "Quests" share so many of the same qualities- they're both objective-based tasks in fixed locations of the game world, with sub-objectives and completion rewards. It seems silly to treat them as completely separate, and I don't like the idea of making up a different catch-all term like "Objectives" when the game is clearly already using "Quests" in that way.

      Also, as a last bit of evidence, when hovering over the map icon for an Activity, the option shown is "Activate quest".

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  • Hey congrats on taking 1st place for achievement points. You def deserve it more than I did. Keep up the great work.

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  • So after seeing your changes to the Nil and Ranaman pages, I think we might also need an antagonist category to help distinguish between people Aloy fights and people that are aligned against her. There would be a lot of overlap but I feel that Ranaman would then fall under antogonist but not enemy while Nil could fall under enemy but not antagonist.

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    • Follow up: we also don't actually fight Ahsis, Bahavas, HADES, and a couple other people.

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    • Totally get what you're saying. I was planning to add the battle stats from the book for the enemies that it lists, and I figured we should have a category for those individuals that have specific battle stats because they may (or may not) battle Aloy. I thought "enemies" was the most appropriate way to signify that. What do you think?

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    • Maybe 'opponents' is better for that cause I still think Nil shouldn't be considered an 'enemy' and then 'antogonist' or 'enemies' can include most of the opponents but also not combative enemies like ahsis, Bahavas, hades, etc.

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