Should we keep this in a tab or remove the tab because there really isn't a second tab to go with it? --Jimmcq 05:32, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
I think, although perhaps not the best method, that the tab visually indicated which game that the Trick Stick applies to (and thus doesn't apply to). If we remove the tab, are we to clarify in the article itself somehow, that this is a Trouble in Paradise feature, to avoid any confusion or questions? We could drop the tab, and use the TiP bg color for the article, but I'm not convinced that bg color alone is enough to convey the association. --FeralKitty 07:42, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
The article pretty clearly references "Trouble in Paradise species"... I think that may be enough. --Jimmcq 08:13, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
- FK has a point in that eventually there will be another tab for this article, it makes sense to have the infrastructure in place to support it. –xenocidic (talk) 04:57, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
I would like to see a list of all the tricks the pinatas do. I really want the game, and it would help determine if I should buy an X-box 360 for that game only.
- I wonder who wrote this above me? ^ Would you really buy just one game for the 360? And would it be make sense to do a pinata trick list? I suppose those PVC can be including in it that we are all writing about :) It just seems like I would be rewriting a lot of stuff we already know --ImaTestWentBad 04:44, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
- You can check the page history to see when a comment was made, and who made it. I don't think we really have or know the list of tricks, do we? I made provisions for an article for it, but someone would have to view the tricks that a pinata performs, then put them into words. --FeralKitty (talk) 07:34, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
- I think it's a bit of a stretch to imagine someone would buy the console and game based on seeing a few tricks, but I love the idea of at least indicating what some of them are. I've been wanting to take nice photos of various pinatas for PV cards, and to find out what they look like doing a trick I have to teach them both tricks. They also do an animation when they turn a variant, so there are lots of animations to choose from, but just finding out what they are takes forever. As an alternative to just describing the tricks, we could provide video and/or photos. But, as was said, that's a lot of work, and I don't know how many people would really want to know. Part of the fun is just doing the tricks to discover it.Lymaniii 10:58, 2 May 2009 (UTC)