User talk:Voodoo Laddie
Heya! Just wanted to thank ya for your active participation in editing this wiki.
Keep up the good work! Arr! =D --The Hande 09:47, 2 March 2010 (EST)
- Hey! The fact you can't do searches either means that there's a problem with the wiki. I'll be taking this up with Dalixam. But why did you delete the talk item from my discussion page? However, while the search-feature isn't working I'd suggest instead typing the name of the article you want to create in the URL, this will lead you to a blank-page and allow you to create it.--The Hande 02:56, 16 March 2010 (EDT)
Hey, just to let you know,Dalixam is currently working on the database error problems.--The Hande 06:25, 17 March 2010 (EDT)
-- It has been fixed :) --Dalixam 20:11, 17 March 2010 (EDT)
You're getting your facts wrong about the hook!
Voodoo Laddie, you claimed that the hook was used to unlock "the chest in which Trenchfoot and Hardtack bury the Seahorse summoning artifact (on Brillig Island, Boulder Beach or the Isle of Ewe)" and "the chest containing LeChuck's belt buckle/trust charm on Flotsam Island (in 'Rise of the Pirate God')." You've got it all wrong! From what I saw in the video here, the chest was already open after Guybrush has dug it up on Brillig Island. And I suppose you haven't checked the Crossroads map where the rips are, because the rip in the Swordfight path leads to Club 41, the one at the Gateway leads to the Manatee Mating Grounds, the one at the Center leads to the Gulf of Melange where LeChuck's ship is, and the one in the Treasure Hunt path leads to Spoon Isle, not Flotsam! Get your facts straight before you jump to incorrect conclusions. --Angeldeb82 19:00, 29 January 2011 (EST)
- Thanks for calling me out on the buried chest fact. I did fudge that one and I'm sorry. But I don't think there's any specific mention that the dead-seagull area is on Spoon Isle. I concluded that it was Flotsam based on the fact that there are fireflies in that jungle. I suppose you could fault me for making an assumption but I see no reason to assume that it must be Spoon. --Voodoo Laddie 23:56, 29 January 2011 (EST)
You're getting your facts wrong again!
Voodoo Laddie, you're getting your facts wrong again, this time about the conflict with LeChuck in the Crossroads. Guybrush did NOT destroy LeChuck by closing the rip on him in the Crossroads after Elaine and Morgan simultaneously stab him as you have claimed. The truth is, they can't stab LeChuck while the Crossroads are open, as he pushes off Morgan so easily. They just need Guybrush to trap him so that, by closing the Crossroads on LeChuck and trapping him between the worlds, Guybrush allows them to stab the villain simultaneously and finish him off for good. This video is proof of this. Please get your facts straight next time. --Angeldeb82 10:54, 7 June 2011 (EDT)
- While I appreciate any effort to improve the factuality of the wiki, I believe the standard procedure is simply to correct the information on the relevant page. I don't engage in edit wars and I don't care to be told at length precisely why I'm wrong when I can just read your revisions instead. Voodoo Laddie 12:12, 13 June 2011 (EDT)