User talk:Nahte78

From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search

Please read, know, and love the manual of style. Thank you. --Pie ~ 23:48, 2 March 2007 (UTC)

Please avoid making multiple consecutive revisions to one page. Try to consolidate all edits into a single revision. - 振霖T 09:24, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Looking for a job.

I'm trying to get something to do, like any new projects. Does anybody have one for me to help with? I really like making pages. Got any ideas for a new project? I'd love to start one. Well, if you do post your ideas at the bottom.


Well, for one, Project Pokédex is what you've... um, well, not really helped with. Try to follow the guidelines of the individual projects as put on their pages; such as, for example, Cresselia's page, where you put what was essentially a walkthrough on how to get it in the "game locations" section.
See, if our policy was to do that, we'd have on Meowth's page: "Walk around on Route 8 in the long grass until you find a Meowth. Then, go into your bag and use a Poké Ball on it. Then catch it. PS this works tho i used a Master Ball." As you can see, not being specific by using the {{Availability}} template is the way to go. We don't need to walk people through the entire game when telling them where to catch the Pokémon.
However, you're not out of luck. We do have a walkthrough section, though it's... pretty hard to find. Search in the Appendix namespace for one for Diamond and Pearl, I think it's currently under construction, and you can certainly help. Just as long as you DO NOT put any more "PS" remarks on pages. That really makes it look unprofessional. --TTEchidna 23:03, 9 June 2007 (UTC)
Also, don't make pages like "Pokémon Gold and Silver movies". The G/S-era movies were part of the original series' movies, and all of them (OS era, AG era, and DP era) are on Pokémon movies. Plus, um, "new"? Gold and Silver were new seven years ago. That is not new. That is old. Very old. And even with Dialga and Palkia I'd never put "new", because eventually they get old, and no one updates the description. --TTEchidna 23:33, 9 June 2007 (UTC)