Thanks for adding those enemies! Been hoping that would get done forever, and just been too busy/lazy to do it myself! --Divisortheory 16:42, 4 April 2007 (EDT)
Don't forget to add "thumb" when adding images to mob pages. For example, [[Image:Cryptonberry Harrier.png|thumb|Cryptonberry Harrier]]. This will make sure the image doesn't take up half of the page when it loads on the mob page. Sometimes thumb can be too big also, and you can add a #px key, such as [[Image:Cryptonberry Harrier.png|thumb|100px|Cryptonberry Harrier]] so it won't be too big on the page. Great images though on your recent uploads, keep it up! --Wayka 21:54, 13 April 2007 (EDT)
Talk: Cold Bone Edit
I noticed that you removed the Doom Soldiers in Gustav Tunnel from the list of mobs that drop the Cold Bone. While I haven't gotten mine to drop there I'm not sure something like that should be removed with out at least first posting something about it on the talk page so others can give their input. I only say this because it took me 8+ hours to get myself a Warm Egg and I've been told that shouldn't be a hard drop. Besides that, if you are going to make a change could you please follow through and remove it from any related pages as well. Such as the Doom Soldier page in this case. Thanks Rusomoso 05:23, 11 April 2008 (UTC)
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