Why Ranks Redirect Page?
Thanks for your contributions! I wasn't sure why there was a [[Ranks]] redirect page, since nothing linked to it. Let me know if I missed some reason. Just use [[Rank]]s if ever needed in the future. --FeralKitty 16:58, 12 November 2006 (EST)
I added Ranks as a redirect because it was the first thing I typed into the search box, and it didn't take me to the appropriate page. I'm very used to Wikipedia and the KoL wiki where something close to an in-game item will take you to the right page. It seems like searching Experience, Ranks, Levels, Level, and such should take you to the same page so that you can get the information without knowing the exact phrase. There are similar animal redirects. If I type Squirrel into the search box, it takes me to Squazzil (which is a tad harder to remember or spell). --Pure 18:12, 12 November 2006 (EST)
Fair enough, good reason :) Thanks for pointing that out! --FeralKitty 18:24, 12 November 2006 (EST)
Yeah, redirects have their place, even when nothing links to them. I've created a whole bunch of redirects solely for search optimization. --Jimmcq 19:09, 12 November 2006 (EST)
Heh, yep, I knew you did... I just wasn't expecting someone else to do that :) --FeralKitty 19:35, 12 November 2006 (EST)
hey im not sure if i can do this but i wanted to ask a question : would u recommened N3 to anybody? —The preceding comment was added by Lord squazzil
As a note, please sign your comments by clicking the Add Signature button or adding four tildes to the end. (~~~~) I found Ninety Nine Nights to be enjoyable, though it is lacking in some areas. It is pure repetitive hack 'n' slash gameplay. That said, the characters are interesting to play and I liked trying to earn every move and collect all the items I could. I can't play it for long periods of time, but I find it somehow compelling. I would recommend N3 to fans of Hack 'n' slash gameplay. This review accurately describes what I think about it. I also recommend you download the demo from the Xbox Live Marketplace. --Pure 14:26, 13 November 2006 (EST)