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Please leave a message on my talk page if you need help with anything! I'll be happy to help. Dr. Clayton Forrestor (talk) 23:07, June 10, 2020 (UTC)

I do not require an advisor or assistance from Fandom University, automated welcome message.~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 23:09, June 10, 2020 (UTC)

midge-mong re-naming

i even looked up some old videos of the mission and farming in case it was renamed via patch at some point. it would seem it was just incorrectly named when created and the convention stuck for whatever reason. tyvm. Dr. FThe Evil Dr. F  •  Boston globe bullhorn.png  •  Wordpress shovel.png   23:10, July 3, 2020 (UTC)
No problem! Thanks for the timely response, too. Glad to help!~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 12:22, July 5, 2020 (UTC)

Manufacturer Title Trap

Moment one. "Scavs" (or possible "Scavs") isn't official manufacturer brand.
Moment two. The term "skavs manufacturer" means that these weapons are made by groups of local natives who call themselves 'skavs'.
Do you keep claiming that the weapons of this brand makes a single (only single!) skav? -- Sega010 (talk) 18:57, July 29, 2020 (UTC)

Scav, not skav. I'm completely fine with calling them scavs when we're not talking about parts. But the way English works, in the context of parts, you'd say scav-made, not scavs-made. We say American-made or Brazilian-made, not Americans-made or Brazilians-made. You would use the singular form in those contexts, not the plural form. You wouldn't say a gun uses an Americans scope, or an Americans grip. You would say they use an American grip, or an American scope. Do you see what I'm saying?~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 19:14, July 29, 2020 (UTC)
Ok, it is the weapons of one scav. I perfectly understand your attitude towards the nasty natives (scavs)... No 'Scav' corporation; exactly group of scavs. -- Sega010 (talk) 19:51, July 29, 2020 (UTC)
You clearly don't understand what I'm saying. As seen here, when you are talking about the manufacturer, you should say scav. In the context of manufacturer-related things, you use the singular form. I never said they were the weapon of one scav. I'm being civil, and you are not. I've been trying to assume good faith, but you are making it very difficult. As I said previously, and emphasized previously, you don't say something is "bandits-made" or "Americans-made", you say it's "bandit-made" or "American-made". Perhaps you're not able to grasp the English language correctly, since you obviously are unable to use it properly (given your poor sentence structure), but this is how English works.~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 20:04, July 29, 2020 (UTC)
Apologies for being rude at the end there.~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 15:44, August 2, 2020 (UTC)

Wiki's symbol of SCAV logo produce

The "skavs" is a weapon manufacturer's Wiki symbol that uses the SKAV logo in item cards.
This format and symbol (conventional name) was introduced on the Wiki by people who are much more knowledgeable about the game than you and me.
-- Best regards, Sega010 (talk) 17:16, August 2, 2020 (UTC)
You are incorrect. End of story. I asked a content mod, and he agreed with me, from what I saw. I will continue to revert incorrect edits that you make.~Tora (To4oo4) (talk) 18:18, August 2, 2020 (UTC)


Why yes it is! RoachTheIntelCollector (talk) 23:37, July 29, 2020 (UTC)

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