Random loot & grammarEdit
Hi BrockBauner, thank you for all the interwiki edits lately! They're very helpful for international users. I just wanted to quickly explain that you don't need to add the random locations of items as you did here; pretty much anything that appears in a chest/container that you open is random loot. That's not really helpful to readers since it's so vague, so we don't usually talk about it.
One other small thing, I noticed that you phrased the other location as being "brought by" a merchant. I think you are confusing the word "brought" (to bring/carry something) with the word "bought" (to purchase with money). And since you're acquiring the item from the merchant, it would be bought from, not bought by ("bought by" would imply that the merchant is buying it from you). Personally I would tend to use the word "purchased" instead of "bought" anyway, at least in this situation, because it's perhaps a little bit more formal. So you could say "Can be purchased from <merchant>" in the future.
Renaming pages Edit
Hi Brock, thank you again for the edits. I have a request for the future: when you are renaming an article like Illuminate, can you also remember to check for any links on Special:WhatLinksHere and update them to the new title? This is important so that readers are not sent to the disambiguation page by accident. Thank you. —Atvelonis (talk) 17:07, August 8, 2018 (UTC)
Re: Wizards' Guard Edit
Hi Brock, in reference to this, we know that
<br /> are effectively the same tag, but only the self-closing ones (the last two) are totally HTML5-compliant on all browsers. We use the space because it makes the line break more visible in Source. By the way, long comments like that are more suited for the article's talk page than as HTML comments on the article itself. Leaving a talk page message also gives other editors an opportunity to discuss/create a consensus. —Atvelonis (talk) 01:26, August 29, 2018 (UTC)