Hi. I created a redirect from Template:Infobox weapon to Infobox Weapon since I believe it is the fastest way to restore missing content back to the articles. The redirect may be retired when all the links are replaced.
Also, as a side note, would you mind using the source editor instead of the visual editor from now on? The visual editor creates unnecessary spacing on the articles that I have to go and adjust nearly every time you make an edit. It would take a weight off my back and would also be beneficial for you, as the source editor offers more control anyways.
Alright, I do like how you've organized the sounds you've provided thus far. I would suggest that you limit it to only the voices though, as the attack sounds are not unique the the enemy itself. Also, make sure you rename the sound files so that they match the enemy they apply to (instead of "Growl1" or "Growl2", for example). Please make these adjustments before you continue. I'll be removing the aforementioned sounds.
Yeah, I thought is still not enough information for the article. Also as for the spacing issue, I have no idea how it always like that. Because, every single time, I published the edit. The spacing will always leave a space.
Yes, but you're using the visual editor option when you make edits, right? A opposed to the source editor? I've had those issues crop up elsewhere and finally realize that it was due to that. I'm assuming that last edit you made to the Siberian Were Tiger article was to correct that, but the visual editor cancelled that out.
why? thought it would make sense to have all of the species in one category. It is part of how wikis work. It isn't just a matter of a category to display all the enemies from certain games, but also information on the monsters themsevles. the category would display all of the golem types in the world of hexen, spread across all the games.
Sorry about that, I've had to deal with this more than once here and elsewhere.
It would be more sensible to have these very niche categories on a larger wiki that had a few dozen of these kinds of articles, but with only four games here, it just comes off as excess fluff (plus the naming of certain creatures may not necessarily relate to a species as a whole, since the golems in Heretic function differently from those in Hexen II). Think of it more as categorizing based on mechanics rather than description.
This is great news, thanks again for going through with this. ;)
I've decided to finally update the layout of the wiki now, changing the button and taskbar colors to match the infoboxes. I wanted to see how the background would look as well, so for the moment I decided to go with the original Heretic art. Let me know if you think we should change any of that up or not.