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## Can I get a Wiki account?

Started by BodyOrgan, February 16, 2015, 02:41:12 AM

#### BodyOrgan

Hey Dream Cancel, can I get an wiki account? I'd like to make a few edits to clean up some of the wiki pages. A lot of the notation is all over the place, and I'd like to make it consistent.

#### desmond_kof

Quote from: BodyOrgan on February 16, 2015, 02:41:12 AM
Hey Dream Cancel, can I get an wiki account? I'd like to make a few edits to clean up some of the wiki pages. A lot of the notation is all over the place, and I'd like to make it consistent.

For which game or games? Can you give me an example of the notation you feel is inconsistent and an example of what you will change?

-desmond
"Do not place so much importance on winning. The fight itself has value."

#### BodyOrgan

Quote from: desmond_kof on February 16, 2015, 03:32:32 AM
For which game or games? Can you give me an example of the notation you feel is inconsistent and an example of what you will change?

-desmond
KOF XIII, and KOF 98.

An example of inconsistent notation from EX Kyo's page:
3 Stock, 2+ Drive Gauge -
- s.C, f.B, qcf~qcf+B+C (5), qcf~qcf+B+D = 706 dmg [1]
- s.C, df+D (2), qcf~qcf+B+C (5), qcf~qcf+B+D = 731 dmg [2]

vs. say:
No Stock, No Drive Gauge -
- d.B x 2, s.B, [qcf+A, qcf+A, B] = 200 dmg
- d.B, s.C, qcf+DD, rdp+B = 204 dmg hard knockdown
- s.C, qcf+D~D, qcf+A, [qcf+A, hcb+P, P] = 288 dmg, hard knockdown

qcf~qcf+B+C meaning the same as qcf~qcf+BC or d.B x 2 whereas sometimes it is listed as d.B, d.B ... little things like this I would like to make consistent. Pick one, and stick to it.

I'd also like to expand the legend to explain better what some of the notation is... such as the (2), (5) which means the number of attacks that should be performed by the action.

I'd like to put some small combo's in for Mai in 98 since she doesn't have any listed.

#### desmond_kof

Ok. Can you PM message me for I can get your account started and ask more questions?

-desmond
"Do not place so much importance on winning. The fight itself has value."