User talk:Drakkenmaw

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I read your rebuttal on the "not have zombie" suggestion. You rock. (I would point out the suggestions I listed in my entry were all Peer Reviewed or had overwhelming support so they are wrong about there being no pro-zombie suggestions.)--Matthew-Stewart 18:50, 10 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Honestly, I think the sad part is that I'm overwhelmingly in favour of more powerful zombies. I think they need some tactical boosts, and improved variability of play options, and I'd personally prefer to see them outnumber the survivors two-to-one. I just think that this bitterness over the "zombie situation" is sad. I play my zombie daily, and I see no problem in doing so. The setbacks are setbacks, but the victories are sweet. My two humans run back and forth healing nicks and cuts and fixing barricade levels to their appropriate size - my zombie kills people. I really don't see the cause for such... dramatics. --Drakkenmaw 19:39, 10 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Hello, thanks for the zombie spy edit, it looks much better now. --Matthew-Stewart 23:04, 16 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Your Make Suggestions, Not Arguments addtion to the Do and do nots was a very nice post. --Spellbinder 00:31, 12 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Until you have credence that the theory is humorous -- and it is not, as it is crafted in the long vein of serious satire and parody -- then I ask that you cease your harrassive treatment. And I have now approached moderation. -- Ruining

I don't think it's funny. I'm defending the movement as conducted by ALIENwolve until moderation can determine where the thing should end up. Frankly, I think you're poisoning the process and thus want to see this go into moderation review. --Drakkenmaw 20:48, 12 Dec 2005 (GMT)
I absolutely want to see your actions and ALIENwolve's actions go into moderational review. You win that round. -- Ruining
By even believing that there's something to "win," you demonstrate how little you grasp the point of the wiki. Congratulations, you win at the Internet! Your prize is nothing. --Drakkenmaw 20:52, 12 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Did you forget about your guide on attack strats you were making? You made the link and never posted anything. Just thought you might want to know. --Zaruthustra 03:27, 19 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Suggestion Dos and Do Nots

Oi. To be serious, I wouldn't really know where to begin. I mean, a lot of times, some people offer up suggestions that directly contradict that page. And then if somebody doesn't link to that page immediately, a few people will vote Keep. And then bam! Tidal wave of Keep votes. And it's not necessarily that the suggestion is terrible - it's just how the suggestions page is sometimes. I do think though, that having the Dos and Do Nots page being so big is prohibitive of its original intent. Trimming it down whenever possible - and perhaps going so far as to make it more of a "Frequently Suggested" list - would probably help more than anything. Riktar 07:38, 17 Dec 2005 (GMT)

Yeah, that sounds like a good idea. Basically, my point was, anything to reduce the bloat is a good thing. I was just offering an idea. It just seemed like some of the Dos and Do Nots were a little redundant. Like the "do not mess with <so and so's> <such and such>" four times over and whatnot. Riktar 08:03, 17 Dec 2005 (GMT)
Sorry, I just now noticed I put this on your front page when it should have been on your talk page all along. Riktar 01:28, 18 Dec 2005 (GMT)

I just moved the Frequently Suggested and Dead in the Water to a new page, but I haven't changed any of the text, or added anything. If you've done any work on it, go ahead and replace the whole thing; if not, it's a little more manageable now. --Dickie Fux 21:56, 19 Dec 2005 (GMT)
Cool. I'm heading home for the holidays the end of the week, so I'll get it all nice for you. --Dickie Fux 22:06, 19 Dec 2005 (GMT)