07:31:33 PM Nov 1st 2013
From the recent edit by DRECQ
"You kinda have to be a Joke Character for that, and it was confirmed by the developers that he (P. Wright) clearly isn't.Just saying: he may not be intended to be a joke character, but he ends up as one as the players see it. Would it still qualify?
09:05:33 AM Dec 30th 2011
"Fan Nickname: Nick, Nicky, P-Dub (to distinguish between him and the other Phoenix in the game)." .... P-dub? Who the hell calls him P-dub? I've never heard of that before. I even asked on Gamefaqs and nobody had a clue what I was talking about until they went through a process of elimination with the characters. WHO CALLS HIM P-DUB!???
12:12:36 PM Dec 30th 2011
02:36:10 PM Dec 20th 2011
Just need to ask, does Mr. Wright really count as a Knife Nut just because he can pick one up? All he does with it is that he can pick it up as evidence and present it, making it fire 3 spikes of energy, he doesn't actually start fighting with it and acting like a nutter. Its a stretch I would say.
10:55:12 AM Nov 1st 2011
If anyone's interested in the voice actors for Rocket Raccoon and Doctor Strange, their names are Greg Ellis and Rick Pasqualone respectively. I got it from the Twitter of a Marvel blogger, so take it with a grain of salt: https://twitter.com/#!/cbake76
01:16:53 PM Oct 18th 2011
edited by GIG
edited by GIG
Alright, let's get one thing straight. Joke Character means a character made to be crappy or not very useful as a joke. Just because Wright has silly looking attacks, doesn't mean he's a joke character. That's why fighting clown is listed there.
03:18:50 PM Oct 18th 2011
And just because he has different "modes" of attack doesn't mean that he counts just because some of his modes are technically more powerful than the others.
06:54:01 AM Mar 6th 2012
I actually listed him as Lethal Joke Character, went to bed, and halfway going into sleep I suddenly realized that doesn't apply to him at all. Whoops.
03:15:54 AM Oct 16th 2011
Now let me first say that I'm the guy who launched Stance System, and it's easily my favorite trope to dump everywhere I can. That being said, is Phoenix really an example? It seems to me that each of his "stances" have a significant difference in power relative to each other and they're not all available on command (granted, it does fit in that they each change his play-style). If anything, they seem more like an example of a Super Mode or Status Buff. Even if the developers use the word "stance" during interviews, that doesn't mean it fits within the confines of the trope.
12:51:25 PM Aug 20th 2011
So what's going to become of this page once Ultimate arrives? I don't think new-comers have any reason to know who was playable when, just who's playable in the latest build (once the new version's here, this section will probably look kind of silly).
02:11:38 PM Aug 20th 2011
edited by AMNK
edited by AMNK
I guess it will stay as it is. The main reason behind the split is because pages which are too large become hard to edit, and IICR there's a character limit. Keeping the Ultimate characters in the respective pages would become a technical problem at some point.
09:59:06 AM Aug 21st 2011
Out of curiosity, do you know what that limit is, or if the two pages were approaching it? Relatively, neither of them looked that big, at least as much as some other character pages tend to get.
01:58:27 PM Aug 21st 2011
According to what I've read once on the forums, (I can't remember the topic) 400kb. In fact, we should worry more about the size of the other two sheets rather than this one.