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lol, u cant sell gear wheels to her. Look now

Noob, You making tibia wikia having bad informations
—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Kiss Yo (talkcontribs). Remember to sign your comments!

Relax, if it was just a misunderstanding then that's fine. There's no need to get down to name-calling.
Regardless, I'm going to check ingame when I get home and verify the information, before then I won't make any edits. I just know that at one point people were able to sell them for 3,000 each because I sold a bunch of them. If you can't anymore then it's fine, but again there's no need to get hostile like that. If I'm wrong, I'll apologize.
 † Myst Leingod †  † Talk †  16:02, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

Edit: You have my sincere apologies, friend.
 † Myst Leingod †  † Talk †  17:46, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

Your ambitions


I saw you considered to become administrator. Nothing wrong with this, of course, but I thought I would drop by and tell you a bit about it. Being admin gives you certain power and with power comes responsibility. We know each other (everybody on the wiki) only virtual, so we can never really know if somebody is trustful. The only thing to determine this is by their actions. So one qualification would probably be, being active for a certain amount of time, being polite to people during this time, contributing with a decent level of quality during this time. There is a bunch of people who would qualify for this, therefore I think another qualification is useful. This would be: showing initiative to change something major or implement something new and useful. I'll give some examples to clarify this last thing. When I started editing to this wiki I saw all creatures had an image, but almost zero NPCs had an image. So what I did is starting this long-term project of getting all NPC images and eventually this became a standard to have. Another example is Daniel Letalis. There was a "project"/idea to gather loot statistics of all creatures. He wrote some javascript and now users can easily upload their stats.

I remember Whitelaces (one of the most active admins during a certain time) had the idea of different admins leading project where users could join in and together could work on adding certain types of information. If we had some more active users and admins this could be possible, I think.

Of course you don't have to think of something new. There is lots of stuff which can still be added. For example: implementation date/update of most items (and maybe NPCs, Creatures, Objects etc.), weakness/strongness against elements of Creatures, NPC sounds and more.

But admins who just watch the recent changes and undo vandalizing, but don't contribute to new stuff are useful too. Just give it a thought, what you really want ;) -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 20:46, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

Hey, thanks for the information! I figured I'd need to do something a bit more "groundbreaking" to even qualify to be an admin. I was hoping to work on the update implementation for all the creatures, but the update has been capturing a lot of what I've been working with. Lately I've been trying to get a steady list of creatures that drop certain taming items for mounts (which is not so easy when vandalism causes the pages to be protected, but still possible nonetheless) as well as verify where to get the others. Of course, most of my edits are small ones such as vandalism and typo correction, but that's because I spend a lot of time on here while I'm at work, and therefore cannot log on Tibia. I then am able to just add what I can from my desk and do the real work when I get home.
I find the vandalism to be huge, especially after an update. People see the opening to edit whatever they want, as I'm sure you know. I plan on getting back to other projects after all of the hype and vandalism cools down a little. My world is working to put together a rare item list for the Keltera page, and I'm also thinking of looking into other things.
Something else that has sparked my interest was getting screenshots of all houses, but that will be a bit difficult. I'll do what I can from my standpoint there and hopefully be able to impress you and the other admins. I'm just getting started :) lol
Thanks again for letting me know what I should do! Though I do agree with you on many points!
 † Myst Leingod †  † Talk †  20:56, December 15, 2010 (UTC)

If you somehow get stuck on things to do that can be done without being on Tibia then feel free to ask. Also, as you may or may not know, you can edit semi-protected pages listed as autoconfirmed. Beejay 10:11, December 16, 2010 (UTC)

Thanks! I've done a bit of looking into the user permissions and did notice that, anything I've been unable to edit I've just added a request on the talkpage, and from there it usually gets dealt with relatively quickly :). Appreciated,
 † Myst Leingod †  † Talk †  12:22, December 16, 2010 (UTC)

Demonwing Axe

You were saying that it was worthing only 1-2.5kk : I got an offer on it at 3kk without even trying to sell it, just cause a guy saw it in my house. Also like 3 players are currently trying to buy it just on my server, and they can't get one even for the double of your "price", I guess it says it all. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Banor44 (talkcontribs). Remember to sign your comments!

price was correct. remember that you can loot it from hellgorak which is an everyday huntable monster.

i will say price should be 3kk but it needs further discussion StarygurlTalk|info 17:55, December 16, 2010 (UTC)

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