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Just for the record, the skills are currently ordered for ease of use. It might make more ontological sense to group attribute skills under their profession, but in its current format, clicking on Monk Skills will show every monk skill, which is a bit more intuitive than being presented with three more subcategories. :) - LordBiro/Talk
Agreement! And since you can still hit (or should be able to!) say, Category:Healing Magic from the main Skills page, looking for specific skill branches is still available. Nunix
I've got a quick request (and hopefully this makes sense): use Attribute Name page for a description of the attribute, and discussion/strategy about it, and Category:Attribute Name as what we attach skills to. I've noticed some weirdness (and I'll have to dig to find the specific examples) but there's definitely two different organisation methods going on right now. Nunix
Are the missing images not available in the fan site kit? I tried to check but their zip file of "icons" is a Word document, so I hit a brick wall. I'll go through and tag with [[Category:Skills Missing Image]] if it might help. --Fyren 22:43, 30 Jun 2005 (EST)
Well, I don't know if that will really help. Provided they are a stub we know at least something is missing from them. This is just my preference on this issue. I do think we should perhaps have an image for each profession that is used as a place holder since "Missing Image" is ugly. <LordBiro>/<Talk> 04:51, 1 Jul 2005 (EST)
At the moment, they're all stubs. I could move the ones out of the stub category if they have all the basic game info filled in. --Fyren 04:58, 1 Jul 2005 (EST)
categorizing categories[edit source]
Skills are in the following categories: "a skill type" "an attribute" "skill" and maybe "skill stub" : shout that uses strength. (there is no skill class needed in skills because its already set by the attribute.) all "skill types" are in the category "skill types" : Shout is a skill type all "attributes" are in the category "skill attributes" : Strength is an attribute (including skills that are not linked to attributes) all "attributes are" are in the category "skill classes" (and maybe in the category "Skills") : Strength is a warrior skill The categories "skill types", "attributes" and "skill classes" are in the category "skills" : Warrior skills are skills. : shouts are skills : (strength skills are skills) one klick sorts skills by type,class,attribute...
--Ollj 01:23, 19 Aug 2005 (EST)
- I have no idea what you're really suggesting. All skills are already in a category for their attribute, class, and type (besides type "skill"), so I can't make sense of this. --Fyren 07:43, 19 Aug 2005 (EST)