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Hey Jabberwockxeno. Thanks for that! I have now listed it on The Elder Scrolls Wiki:Skyrim Task List, so hopefully it starts getting done soon. I myself have been working on trying to link to other pages as much as possible, however, there are quite a few skyrim pages, so it needs a few people working on improving this. If you are up for it - it could use help from you as well. Other than that - welcome to the wiki! Timeoin•Say G'Day•View my work•Skyrim To-Do List 23:17, December 20, 2011 (UTC)
Oghma Infinium Disaster ZoneEdit
I saw what you wrote on the Oghma talk page about it being a mess; I agree. I wanted to know if you'd be interested in splitting up the work that needs to be done. I can't muster the mental energy to fix all that junk myself. What I was thinking is: two overall "Heading 2" titles Oblivion and Skyrim. Under those are all the current information and it's own Notes and Bugs section. That way, it's split up by game at the higest level. So we can untangle the notes and bugs sections now, which are a mishmash. It's like trying to untangle a Slinky or get gum out of your hair. What do you think? If you wanted to tackle the Notes, I'd take Bugs or vice versa. --PacifistFist (talk) 01:08, January 5, 2012 (UTC)
My idea (same thing again for Skyrim):
TES IV: Oblivion
Words words words Oghma Infinium words words words.
Perfect. The issue is, that for better or worse (coughworsecough) the wiki seems to have embraced the idea of having seperate pages for the same subject in different games, not having one page and having different sections.
Regardless, what you said seems to have been mostly done, it's just an issue of figuring out what's correct, false, skyrim, oblivion, etc.
Sadly, I really don't know how much I can help with this, beyond the ovibious stuff, which is already fixed. I am new to the series. In fact, I know more about wikia sites then I do as far as gameplay in oblivion. And i'm not far enough into my own game to test the things noted to see if it's true for skyrim, either.
I photoshopped the Destruction (Skyrim) one myself. The Vampire and Werewolf ones are screen dumps from ingame. Here is an excellent image of the panorama of the skill screen: