Destructive critism sucks as well, would you be so kind to give some reasonable feedback?
OK, I think adding actual content and devoting more page space to information is better than the 50% of the space devoted toward graphics and teh 25% of the space devoted to ads.
You people ough to hang your head in shame, this is pathetic.
You found the new forum-function that didn't exit in the old wiki.
The old wiki was actually imported to this wiki, so essentially it is the same. Same (imported) database, minus the spam and minus the fact, that you can now actually delete pages, that are not wanted.
Actual content does stay the same, is just presented differently.
And there are Ads, yes. Because it is a free service and somehow needs to be financed.
I have to agree with contributor. The content presented in the old wiki was always accurate and it was easy to locate what you were looking for - mostly things that were not in the forums. The old wiki's search results for "character levels" always displayed the table showing how many levels there were for Duke or King or .... The new one ignores the "character" part of the search and displays levels for dungeons, buildings, trading, etc.. Everything but what I was looking for.
If the excuse is really that EA needs to pay for it then charge us another nickel for our funds - should be more than enough. Either way stop making excuses and defending what doesnt work.
The old wiki was actually imported to this wiki, so essentially it is the same. Same (imported) database (...) Actual content does stay the same, is just presented differently.
I am not making any excuses, i am stating facts. If something doesn't work, please specify (with a link). It is the same content in either wiki (minus the spam), no matter what is said.
@108-242.230.171 No wonder that it ignores "characters", no page at all uses this term for the player's figure, nor does the official page and nor did the old wiki (http://oldlouwiki.comli.com/title.html). And "levels" is more connected to buildings than to the player. I honestly doubt you ever used "character levels" as search term on the old wiki...
If you've only used "Player titles" as search term, or simply "title", or only take a look at the navigation (Gameplay->Player->Player Titles) you'd have found the info pretty fast. If this still doesn't fit your needs you can create a redirect from Character levels to Title to include this term (for whoever might come up with this genius term as well) as a search result.
And no, I'm neither an EA employee and nor connected to wikia, but I use wikimedia long enough to be sure there're little alternatives that give and take information that easy. And so do you via Wikipedia ;)
No need to be rude. People need to be less "This is total shit" and more "I am going to fix this!"
The former isn't helping anyone or improving the wiki at all. Just saying.