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Talk:Stamp Book

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Excellent job Dany36! I was just about to return and continue where I left with the treasure and the stamps. I'll check any other areas that need updates.Eximius 10:54, 17 January 2010 (UTC)

Hylian

Some of these were really small and so I wasn't able to make them out. Also, a lot of the respective articles don't have nihongo, so I wasn't able to confirm whether the label matched the area's name. the stamps should probably also be in the area's gallery.


Once we can get better pictures for the unreadable ones (and honestly, all of them should be uploaded with the size of the Sand Temple stamp), and confirmed for all of them whether the names are just the area's name, we should post the ones that have something unique about them. Right now, that appears to be Castle Town, Whittleton, Papuchia Village, Pirate Hideout, Wellspring Station, and Tower of Spirits.KrytenKoro 13:51, 30 December 2011 (EST)

Thanks, but I already took the effort to translate the text on the stamps here. - TonyT S C 14:53, 30 December 2011 (EST)
Ah, so that just needs corrections, then. Gotcha.
Also, checking my Japanese source, "shinden" and "hokora" are written in katakana. Does the game ever actually write these words in kanji, or was that something the wiki did?
I've moved the list to my talk page so I can work on it freely.KrytenKoro 15:48, 30 December 2011 (EST)
If your source is a Japanese text dump, then you're probably right. I don't have a Japanese text dump, but I assume that the name is official. Otherwise, it could be an assumption that the wiki did based on other dungeon names. - TonyT S C 17:08, 30 December 2011 (EST)
No, I'm just going off of youtube videos of gameplay.KrytenKoro 00:19, 2 January 2012 (EST)