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  • TeoSS69
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    09:23, March 12, 2016

    Who writes these articles and who locks them despite obviously false statements?

    "She is unable to take advantage of other resources, such as Berries and Carrots, especially during early exploration." That is not true at all, since Wigfried is able to use Carrots in multiple recipes and can even make use of Berries by turning them into fertilizer/fuel or using them as bait for turkeys.

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    • It's factually true, partially, since she can't directly eat them.

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    • There is protection on some pages to ensure vandals can't mess with it as easily. As for that statement you say is false, as LaDestitute said, she can't directly eat them, so that statement holds true when used in the context of that part of the article; at least in my opinion. The article itself says that she can make meatballs, which includes vegetables and/or fruits. If you have a suggestion to make the article more clear, just tell me and I can change it.

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    • Taking advantage of something =/= eating something. I can take advantage of rocks without being able to eat them and considering that even the two examples have very obvious uses for Wigfrid, the statement is simply false.

      My suggestions would be to remove the entire list and replace it by simply stating her inability to eat anything not based on meat or eggs. The first statement is false and the second one completely redundant after presenting the facts about her characteristics. The third one is the only one that provides additional information or tips, about a potential problem, which is only indirectly related to her drawback.

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    • I don't know about removing the entire list, as 2 and 3 are more giving examples of why it could be seen as big disadvantage. What about this for changing the first bullet point:

      "She is unable to take direct advantage of other resources, such as Berries and Carrots, especially during early exploration."

      Would that be better? I really don't want to get rid of that list because it actually helped me see more clearly what I would have to deal with.

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    • I do not know why you feel the need to word the inability to eat these items, just like any other food based on meat or eggs. Whether you reword eating weirdly to "taking direct advantage of" or not does not change anything about the fact that it provides no additional information at all, since the article already states that. It does nothing else but point out that the two random examples, Berries and Carrots, are not based on meat and thereby not edible by Wigfrid, which should be fairly obvious for anyone with half a braincell.

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    • "anyone with half a braincell."

      That's more than Wigfrid players have though.

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    • It nonetheless gives a nice example of what you are facing though. Berries and Carrots are what A LOT of people survive off of for the first few days. Just because people read something doesn't mean they always understand it in the entire context of the game.

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    • 79.106.109.204 wrote:
      "anyone with half a braincell."

      That's more than Wigfrid players have though.


      Don't be rude. I have very little patience for comments like that.

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    • wigfrid helped me killa the moose goose and all her babies (IK its sad but it was for the sake of meatballs) in DST, don't talk like that. she's a great character if you now how to use her.

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