More problematically while most of the Riders are in the character pages, many are MIA (presumably to be added later) and conversely there's a page of characters that don't have introduction images so I'd need a list of the names for the Riders without intro images.
I'd nitpick the translations on some names, but the game isn't being supported outside Japan so I'm just fine with it being Google translations. I had no plans to even build pages for it on the wiki when it was first announced. XD
I wouldn't even call Iceborne a priority at this point now. I'm trying to gear up for the next game in the series 👀
It's higher priority than Riders at least since it is the mainline game and still supported for the time being.
Still supported but done with new announcements as of that last and final dev diary. With a new Monster Hunter game being possibly being announced as soon as next month, I need to see if I can get some stuff in place for it.
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Yeah, consensus. There is probably more consensus about whether the current monster of the week is a good addition to the series than for any wiki-content-related issue.
However, the general direction seems to be that the wiki needs to improve its appearance and structure, and be more accessible. The main disadvantages of the template are:
On mobile, the small game logos are even smaller and have different widths causing the game names to be horizontally misaligned.
On desktop, three separate show/hide sections (with a high chance of the collapsed content being the single bolded word "none") are rather user-unfriendly.
Also on desktop, the 100% width makes it clash with the real monster infobox if the previous article sections aren't long enough to push the appearances below infobox, resulting in huge empty spaces on those pages. e.g. Furious Rajang#Habitat
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I want you to ask to stop rerolling the Leshen article to your version. As far as I am aware, there is no such rule regarding monster articles, that they HAVE to be written purely in singular. Even on this very wiki articles like Rathalos, Diablos and Monoblos are purely written in plural. And some articles are written with sections in both forms. If you have any proof of such a rule, please provide a source. Also, even if such a rule exists, the grammar on some sentences is faulty, so please don't just roll back everything to your version, because it still contains minor errors.