Since the site is meant to be an professional-looking reference about the game, we ask that people limit fictional organization content to one page per person within the main wiki. Your User page is here for your own use, and you're welcome to write whatever you want here. If you don't want this character writeup on your User page, you can move it to a subpage (e.g. [[User:Lerlerson/Ler]]).
By the way, why are you gunning for the C.I.A.? (It's really just meant as a bit of humor, and not run as a real player organization.) --FeralKitty 20:06, 3 November 2006 (EST)
Calm down Feral, he's (hopefully) joking around too. --Spartan 21:06, 3 November 2006 (EST)
Although your contributions are appreciated, please do not remove hyperlinks from articles. Just because the page doesn't currently exist, it doesn't mean it won't be set up when we have the time. Thanks! --FeralKitty 22:00, 11 November 2006 (EST)
Oh, sorry.... I just saw the red words and figured "The person must have just assumed that there were articles for that..." I suppose I won't edit much now, since I seem to have a bad habit of doing bad things. --LerLerson 22:06, 11 November 2006 (EST)
You're definitely welcome to stay and edit... it just takes a little time to get in sync with projects and plans. I like how you're entering the Attract information for the garden items. We haven't had a chance to start on the fruits and vegetables, but if you take a look at Daisy, that's a rough idea of the direction we're heading in. If you want to start on the Apple Tree page, and fill in the information and uses (species that require it) for the apple seed, apple, and apple tree sections, that would be great! Also, we have a whole list of Category:To do items that need work! --FeralKitty 22:24, 11 November 2006 (EST)
Unfortunately, that can't be done, since I don't actually own the game yet. However, my friend rented it, so I'll edit some things into all sorts of pages (this time I'll make sure that'll be all right), so I should be able to help soon enough --LerLerson 22:31, 11 November 2006 (EST)
Whirlm Eating Sparrowmints
The Sparrowmints actually won't go after the Whirlms unless you tell them to, so I believe listing them under Whirlm conflicts is inaccurate. This doesn't hold true with some other species, however. Notably the Fudgehogs, who will go after your whirlms with wild abandon. I believe this is because eating a whirlm is part of the resident requirement and if they haven't yet become a resident, you can't order them around. Also, some species do conflict and will fight with another, as in the case of Buzzlegums and Raisants, or Newtgats and Lickatoads. --Pure 20:14, 12 November 2006 (EST)
I thought that addition was fine, since the Species conflict section is meant to list Food chain relationships as well as Conflicts. While I agree there's a difference between active and passive feeding, it's better not have too strict an interpretation, and Ler should continue to contribute :) --FeralKitty 20:56, 12 November 2006 (EST)
Instead of saying they eat Whirlm, put it as "Wild Sparrowmints eat Whirms", or something so the reader knows that only the wild version of the pinata will attack the Whirlms.
...but the wild version don't eat Whirlms. Eating Whirlms isn't a residence requirement. They are part of the food chain, but neither species does anything to the other without player intervention. --Pure 23:48, 12 November 2006 (EST)