skill level grammar
history page says: "Ye imperative mood useth not any -eth suffix". I asked a friend who has read/written this sort of language professionally, and he says our footnote is correct. So if there is further disagreement, I can probably cause a suitably mildewed citation to be produced. :> Ryan W 00:07, 23 July 2007 (UTC)
Should we create a buglist for Heretic like we did for Doom? There are quite a number of bugs that are either specific to Heretic (Flying enemies getting stuck on grounded ones, projectiles not splashing, viewheight decreasing when standing over a ledge that has water below, gargoyles sometimes not entering crash state sometimes, lava randomly "stunning" you) or made more obvious because of Heretic's features (unable to shoot floors and ceilings). It would be nice to write some articles on these bugs with technical explanations. -Wagi 220.127.116.11 22:06, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
Who wrote the note on skill levels?
Yes, the Skill Levels parody Early Modern English. You don't have to explain the hell out of it. "Canst thou sayeth 'fun-sucker'?" predcon 18.104.22.168 01:20, November 14, 2010 (UTC)
I've a few minutes ago reverted an edit by an anon, because it seemed to me to be merely nit-picking; it replaced "worshippers" (which, in British English at least, is the correct spelling) with "worshipers".
I don't know if we have a language policy, but in view of the worldwide fandom of the Doom-engine games, if we do it should include the following:
- Entries in either British or American English are acceptable.
- and thus:
- Don't edit an article merely to change it from one dialect to another.