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Phoenix Squadron[edit source]
- Not because of the manual (although don't have access to it to check anymore, as it was a sneaky peak before being wrapped up for Christmas). Both articles mention the battle of Jakku, just thought maybe it was unnecessary to have a seperate article. Plume Tray (talk) 17:53, November 27, 2019 (UTC)
Hey! Rather than copy and paste what was on BT-45D and then create the new page of BT-45D U-wing, all you had to do was simply move the original page to the new one. Just letting you know so you know for the future! --Lewisr (talk) 13:06, November 28, 2019 (UTC)
- For some reason, I thought only admins could do that, but then I realised that was canon/legends switches. Doh! Thanks for reminding me. Plume Tray (talk) 13:25, November 28, 2019 (UTC)
This is a general warning for you, do not copy paste articles. The article The Pilot and the Rebellion is just a copy paste from the Legends version with just a couple of words changed. If you continue to do this you may be blocked from editing. Be more careful--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 03:07, December 1, 2019 (UTC)
- Apologies, I usually do and I thought I had done. I'll be more careful in future. Plume Tray (talk) 13:14, December 13, 2019 (UTC)
Sources date[edit source]
Hi, is unnecessary to add dates to sources. We just end up with sources having them and other's not and it doesn't look good. Not even status articles uses them.--DarthRuiz30 (talk) 10:20, December 27, 2019 (UTC)
- I believe it helps when adding a new source to help editors keep the list in the correct date order, besides it's only visible in the editor and does no harm. Plume Tray (talk) 10:22, December 27, 2019 (UTC)
SWCT template[edit source]
- It hasn't yet, but feel free to add any feedback to the discussion. As a test run, I've added it to Cal Kestis, to get a feel for it. Plume Tray (talk) 11:09, February 5, 2020 (UTC)
SWCT in Sources[edit source]
Hi, you have to follow the layout guide when adding SWCT cards to Sources. Since most sets only have a year attached to them, you have to follow this rule specifically:
- "If only an item's publication month and/or year are known, place that item at the end of the month or year. Example: If Source A was published on March 15, 2005 and Source B's publication date is only known as March 2005, list Source A first."
- I understand. Could you please provide an example article where this has occurred, so I can either fix or explain. We do have known release dates for some cards/sets. For example, 2020 Base Series, even though it has a 2020 release year, the actual release date was between 21-23 Nov 2019 following an app update which rolled out over a few days following issues. I'm slowly updating release dates on SWCT, first with Sets then at some point Cards. Plume Tray (talk) 12:34, May 17, 2020 (UTC)
- Great. Just pointing it out for future reference. If you've discovered the dates for some older sets, then it would be good to reflect this in the articles. However, there are cards in a set that may have been released later, so the release date cannot be applied to the whole set. Shayanomer (talk) 12:38, May 17, 2020 (UTC)