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Thanks for your contribs, but

You don't need to add dungeons to the "Places" category, as the entire Dungeons category is already in the "Places" category, and thus having it in both does nothing but clutter. --Captain Cornflake 21:53, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

Eeep. Sorry. I'll go over and remove the categorization from 'em myself. 22:13, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
I may have accidently reverted some non-category related changes. The "rollback" feature doesn't discern between adding a category and adding content to a page, and though I glanced at most pages before doing a rollback vs a hard edit, I may have missed some.
If something got wiped out that it shouldn't of, just hit the "History" tab over the article, view your revision before my edit to find the content, and copy/paste, ect. :) --Captain Cornflake 22:56, 9 October 2007 (EDT)

Help with images?

Do you need any help with making like captions or thumbnails?--Green 21:46, 13 October 2007 (EDT)

Oh never mind.=P--Green 21:47, 13 October 2007 (EDT)
Well if you want to make a thumbnail you do like this. [ [ File:Example.jpg | thumb | (anynumber)px | ] ]
Just remove the spaces--Green 22:03, 13 October 2007 (EDT)
No problem.--Green 22:13, 13 October 2007 (EDT)


I agree that it's been claimed, but by people who think that a whale is a type of fish. While Jabu-Jabu may have some whale-like properties, its only real common characteristic is that it is a large, sea-going creature. It looks hardly anything like a baleen whale.

The comment about Oshus was merely to illustrate that that is what a whale would look similar to, not Jabu-Jabu, which has always been described as a fish.

Fish and whales are about as far apart as you can get on the vertebrate scale - Volvagia is literally closer related to Jabu-Jabu than the Wind Fish or Oshus are. (Yes, I know they didn't necessarily "evolve" the same way there, but the point remains)

It is a silly assertion that should not be encouraged, it should be corrected. One is a winged baleen whale. The other is seemingly a whale shark or Megamouth Shark.

Very different things.KrytenKoro 17:06, 7 November 2007 (EST)

No, no hard feelings. I just think the "similarities" are people unable to tell a fish from a whale.KrytenKoro 17:09, 7 November 2007 (EST)

It does have properties somewhat similar to a whale, but, hey NO BALEEN! If it was a toothed whale, it would end up looking more like a porpoise or dolphin than like the Wind Fish or Oshus.--Stalkid 22:55, 15 December 2008 (UTC)