Hey Arkzan, just bringing to your attention that the golden karambit is missing from the warface wiki. I would add it myself but I know nothing about it! I'm just trying to figure out how the AOE attack works 😂 I contacted support and they directed me here. Thanks for reading :)
2600:387:B:3:0:0:0:66 wrote: Hey Arkzan, just bringing to your attention that the golden karambit is missing from the warface wiki. I would add it myself but I know nothing about it! I'm just trying to figure out how the AOE attack works 😂 I contacted support and they directed me here. Thanks for reading :)
We don't add console-exclusive items here. But if you want to know what AOE is...
If the melee weapon has AOE, the attack can hit multiple enemies. A weapon without AOE stops after hitting one player or object (it can't hit more than 1 player).
With AOE = hits all enemies in melee range. Without AOE = hits 1 enemy in melee range.
I've acustomed myself with how to use the wiki tools in Lua, CSS, and source editor. I have done all that I can using the limited resources of a blog post and my lua sandbox. I would like to exspand what Im doing to other types of weapons, but they need their own module pages for lua tables to function properly without writting an intense sorting script.
I just wrote out a lengthy reply but it didn't send... Oh well. Warframe's wiki has many complex module pages that do way too many things to explain. Basically that files has every weapon data and updates the entire site when it is modified. Something like that might be a bit too complex to complete. I want to create something more simplier and practical.
[Weapons Comparison] would be the main page where the tables are created and hosted.
[Module:*Insert Catagory*] would be where the weapons data are stored. Modules pages are not accessable unless you know the module name, have a link, or know your way around the wiki. Seperating them into catagories would make the data easier to read, smaller to load, and remove a lot of access sorting code. An example of these pages can be found here:
https://warface.fandom.com/wiki/Module:BvictimHunter/Username With this template, all that is left is to enter in all the weapon's data.
I can create the pages on my own, I am asking for permission and suggestions. To make this work I would need a varaity of modules for each of the catagories: Assault Rifle Light Machine Gun, Heavy Machine Gun, Shotgun, Submachinegun, Sniper, and Secondaries.
The real issue is use of the actual [Weapon Comparisons] page. That is what I am asking permission to use since it will be publicly viewable.
I believe a [Weapon Comparisons] page should allow us to choose two (or more) weapons and compare their stats. It currently looks like a list of weapons and their stats. We could name it [List of Weapons] or something else.
I like your idea a lot. Unfortunately, that seems way above my ability.
As far as I am aware, it is not possible to send variables from a wiki page. This means no requests can be made after the page is already loaded. This means that making something interactive will most likely not be possible.
[List of Weapons] just doesn't seem appropriate because it just doesn't list the weapons. Its lists all reasonable stats and generates a sortable graph so they can be compared.
I have a question - how can i find a detailed TOC of the site? I mean - in main menu there are only weps, armor, tips. On EU forum some guys are sharing several direct links to informative articles here - and i cant find them by browsing here? Give me a tip, please.
I have the same issue - when I first saw the Warface wiki I was unable to find information easily until I noticed I could find pages using the search bar. A list of most or all pages (sorted by categories) might be nice
PotatoKilr wrote: I have the same issue - when I first saw the Warface wiki I was unable to find information easily until I noticed I could find pages using the search bar. A list of most or all pages (sorted by categories) might be nice
What pages should be added to the table of contents?
I recommend keeping the pages how they were, or specifying differences somehow to avoid confusion, as the (blue-colored) FCG-R3 K1 does not appear in Volcano or Exclusion Area, and the (orange-colored) FCG-R3 K1 V2 cannot be used as a PVE-slot weapon. In other words, I think that although they have no statistical differences, they still have other differences which I believe should be considered.