Light goggles in Plutonia[edit]

While I am aware that our walkthrough articles currently have many different styles and layouts, I must disagree with this edit.  The visor is available in the engine, and so could have been placed in any of Plutonia's levels; therefore, saying that it occurs 0 times is presenting data, whereas omitting the row entirely is hiding it (and making us look slipshod, probably, at this stage of our development).  This is in contrast to a case like Super shotgun, where the Ultimate Doom row is actually logically undefined because that executable doesn't contain that Thing.    Ryan W 01:54, 24 February 2007 (UTC)

Please stop removing the data from Light amplification visor. If you disagree, you can discuss it on this page. Fraggle 12:52, 9 July 2007 (UTC)

Your edits to Light amplification visor are contradictory.  First you say that there are no goggles in Plutonia [1] [2] [3], then you say that there are [4].  Please double-check the WADs or existing secondary sources before making any more technical edits.  This is your last warning.    Ryan W 19:54, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

Keys in Heretic[edit]

Hey, there. I've noted that you've recently changed the Heretic articles walkthroughs so the green key becomes the red key: In Heretic, there is not a red key: There are only yellow, green and blue coloured keys. I've reverted the edits back to saying green. -- TheDarkArchon 05:09, 24 February 2007 (UTC)


I am sorry that you cannot find a way to have fun on the Doom Wiki in a constructive manner.  Differences of opinion are normal in an open-content project, of course, but if you are unwilling to discuss them (as documented above) in order to seek consensus, then you are simply making more work for the other contributors.  The software allows you to post to this page even while blocked, or to send an e-mail to an individual editor, if you feel like explaining yourself.  Alternatively, you could check out Wikia's gaming portal; perhaps you'll find a site with more relativist policies about numbers and data.    Ryan W 00:41, 7 August 2008 (UTC)

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