User talk:ENOVA


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-- New user message (talk) 18:36, 4 June 2018 (EDT)

Manufacturing Worlds[edit]

Hey ENOVA, before you get too far down the rabbit hole with your Major Factory Worlds I just want to check that you know about this Category:Manufacturing Centers, potentially save you a lot of work.--Dmon (talk) 17:45, 12 June 2019 (EDT)

What he said. Also, there are a few problems with the article - it doesn't give a timeframe, it doesn't offer a definition of what constitutes a "major" factory world, and some information is... wonky. The worst problem is that the information is time-sensitive in the sense that factory worlds come and go and change hands a lot. Case in point, the Clan Wolf Occupation zone. It has moved across the map a lot. Gorton, Kingsley, and Thorpe Enterprises was actually an iconic Draconis Combine manufacturer, and the New Oslo plant was gutted when Clan Wolf took the planet. In any case, the "first 'Mech" (Imp, 2825) predates the Clan Wolf Occupation Zone by 225 years. This just makes no sense - or worse (from a Wiki standpoint), it is misleading.
Ultimately, my impression is that the manufacturing center list isn't a suitable topic for a BTW article. Frabby (talk) 08:47, 13 June 2019 (EDT)


I see you updated this image containing game rules for Harjel: File:HarJel.jpg. Is that taken directly from a book? (I can't seem to find which it might be.) If it is, that is plagiarism and is not allowed on this site. --Cache (talk) 22:24, 24 June 2019 (EDT)

Having had a look at the file... Even if it is not plagiarised outright, I do think it should still be removed from the wiki because lore stuff can be rephrased, rules not so much, so we should be moving away from including rules on the wiki as plagiarism is virtually unavoidable.--Dmon (talk) 04:19, 25 June 2019 (EDT)