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I've recently noticed a severe lack of multiplayer related entries. I can add a few that I've seen now, but IMO there should really have been a lot more by now.
I have to ask, but where in the game do we get an idea that the Protagonist's name is RL? The only bit I'm thinking of is in the database entries. Did Word of God confirm that?
No word of god AFAIK; my guess its fanon based on people checking the initials of the other note-makers against the characters you meet and get emails from - OG is Olivier, ML is Melanie, and I think some of the other initials match up with email characters - leaving RL as the only note-maker you don't seem to interact with.
Did anyone notice the server room level has a swastika-shaped corridor in its map? (The central corridor connecting the elevator to the three areas). What trope does this fit under?
Removed the Five-Man Band Entry
As the article makes it clear: The Chick is played by a woman or girl. Someone female. Otherwise, it is not a Five-Man Band.
As The Chick is not a woman (And the woman in the group fills a different role), this is not a Five-Man Band.
There are some examples on TV Tropes like Justice League Animation where The Chick is played by a male. Showing that he's the most feminine or the one who gets shouted at most in the group. Jack Rackham qualifies on that count.
Even if he's not The Chick, I don't see why the entire entry ought to be removed. Why not Move Anne Bonny there...
There shouldn't be.
Further, when there are doubled roles (like The Lancer here), you can exchange someone else in for the chick (like you propose with Anne Bonny), and there are so many people involved, that shows that this is not a Five-Man Band but instead a group where some people match some traits. It's not an example.
Should we call it The Team then? It fits the example better since it features a larger group of people.
To avoid an Edit War:
The sub-point under Refuge in Audacity, which I already removed once, is Natter. It's arguing in the main page, and it's explicitly something we don't want here. Doesn't matter if the point you're making is correct.
If you think RIA doesn't fit, go ahead and remove it. That's perfectly fine. But adding an argumentative sub-point is poor wiki style.
Someone remember this for when we have a fridge page: The way Edward poses on the cover with arms out and sword across roughly outlines a triangle very similar to the AC logo. True, a lot of the covers have had the protagonist in a similar triangular stances but this would be the first time the lower part of the symbol has been included.
I know the WMG section isn't up yet, but I would like to propose one. Perhaps Achilles was part of Edward's crew, not to mention the ship he pilots is the Aquilla.
I think it would be fine to do that.
It'll be made anyway and back when AC3 was announced a WMG was made pretty quickly (there's even a WMG on the release date for it) so I'll go ahead and make one and index it up for you here.
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How well does it match the trope?