Since the item descriptions can be used on a number of pages, they really should be templates, so we can change them in every place with one edit. That's what I've seen in other wikis, and I think that this is just the place to do it. That would be a bit of work, but I think it's worth it.--Jules.lt (talk) 15:08, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
I left you a message about this on your talk page.
19:01, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
Why is this page protected? Edit
Protecting this page defeats the purpose of a wiki, it's not like this page is constantly vandalized or anything. I see several spelling/grammatical errors that I don't have permission to fix, and there is a lot of missing information (e.g. The Bible instantly kills Mom, Mom's Heart, and It Lives!, but that isn't stated in the description).
"it's not like this page is constantly vandalized or anything." you sure?
First of all spelling fixes are always wanted.
let's explain why it is protected:
1. Read what that anon posted. The item page is a No. 1 target for vandalism.
2. Because of people like you. Did you notice that each name has a link to its own site? The item page only give you a basic description what the item does. Anything more specific goes straight to collectibles own article.
I assume you would have edited in lots of stuff before even asking why it's missing. If you don't bother to get a little bit familiar with the workings of a wiki (in your defense I have to say that every wiki is different, so some things won't make any sense at fist glance) before editing, the wiki has to do something to prevent carefree editing.
Hope that explains the protection.
Also it only prevents newly registerd users, so you gain the right to edit the page very soon after registering.
12:23, February 2, 2013 (UTC)
That's the last step on the list, then the tables are finally finished. If someone wants to help with that: For the optimal sizes of the individual icons consult the collection page.
If an item has an unlisted effect instead of its listed effect, shouldn't its actual in-game effect be shown on this page? For example, MEAT! says +1HP and tears on the page, when we know it actually increases damage (and is detailed in its own page that it does so).Defiant47 (talk) 18:50, February 21, 2013 (UTC)
It should mention the original intented effect and the actual effect(otherwise people assume the wiki is incorrect/trolled.)
19:41, February 21, 2013 (UTC)
Harlequin baby bug Edit
I have a bug to report concerning the harlequin baby. After picking up the 3 dollar bill, my baby changed into a ghost baby. (I think after i entered a room where my tears were randomly selected to be spectral tears) The baby however doesn't change back to the harlequin one and just stays a ghost baby. I am not sure wether this is caused by aquiring the 3 dollar bill, or by temporarly shooting spectral tears. So i'm not sure what i should write in the bug section of the harlequin baby/3 dollar bill.
I tested it and now have the facts straight. The harlequin baby stays the harlequin version when you shoot normal tears. If the tears effect is modified by the 3 dollar bill however, the baby will change into a ghost baby for the duration of that room.
Broken pictures Edit
Looks like there is something wrong with "oasis.scss:1" or something like that. If it helps at all, great. I guess someone with the right permissions can edit the CSS for the wiki. Plz fix this... eyebrow raising? troll soon. ty