Of course I have, that’s like asking whether me of all people on the site have played the game before.
But that is uncreative, boring, unoriginal, more of the same, however you want to say it. Same animal behaviour = nobody wants to play anymore. It’s like having 5 of the same animal, just with a different skin.
At least tyrannosaurus rexes were able to smash obstacles, and griffins were able to fly up for a bit, which is different and refreshing. Do you get what I’m saying?
Also, please do not vote for the same animal twice in the polls, and change your vote to a different animal in those polls. There should not be 6 total votes for any animal if only 5 people have voted.
Thanks again for your edits, you’ve added a lot more breadth to the wiki, particularly the pages you’ve edited. Just want to ask one thing of you though, and that is to ensure to double or triple check your edits before you save them, just to avoid spelling and punctuation mistakes.
I figure you’re probably new to source editor, so I bought I’d give you some helpful tips on it
Check out some of my code that I have written on other pages, and try to keep the same spacing between lines.
Most of the source is a modified version of HTML, you can use w3 schools to help with this.
When adding dot points like I have, you make a new line and at the start of that line you add an asterisk (*). This makes a dot point.
For a second level dot point, like this one, you add two asterisks (**).
For bold, you put three apostrophes on either side of the text you want to be bold.
For italics, you put two apostrophise on either side of the text you want to be italicised.
I highly recommend using source editor, as in particular, tables do not work well on visual editor, and there’s so many things you can’t customise on visual editor that you can with source editor. Not to mention that source editor is much faster than visual editor.