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Should we keep information that got outdated as of some update, and add an edit stating so, or just update the information itself?
Exemple : Death is a Slap on the Wrist entry
There are no more tiers in this game, so a lot of text has to be updated. However, more changes are inbound, such as the armor block changes and other things. Should we wait for that before updating or not?
I also wanna add "Drop-In-Drop-Out Multiplayer," since the classic mode plays it straight and then the new gamemode averts this.
Nope. From what I understood this trope is about people able to join a game at any time, including after it started. That is not possible in Robocraft (or if it is, I didn't get informed of that, go ahead then)
Can I add "Bladder of Steel?"
The new gamemode from the Meta Update can last over 15 to 20 minutes thanks to the small teams and inability to quit, among other factors like how long it takes to destroy towers and protonium reactors.
I've seen the timer go over 30 minutes or even 40 minutes, actually. I've skimmed through the trope page and it includes entries of that scale, so I guess it can be added.
Actually, would it be better to classify it as a "Marathon Level?"
Is the "needs wiki magic love" mention still needed?
Some Crosswicking is indeed needed.
I'm on it then, as soon as I have some time.
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