Most of the MK I armor pages redirect to Mark I pages. Is there a reason for this? MK I seems to be the preferred nomenclature in the game (in the upgrades menu at least), and I assume what most people will be searching for. --Cybernetic 18:15, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
No there is no particular reason. When I was making the navboxes for classes I noticed there was a split between both MK and Mark pages, I just picked one of them and made it consistent, I didn't have the game open at the time so I guess I picked the wrong one ("Mark I"), It's probably pretty easily solved and anyone who wants to is welcome to fix it. --Ravidge 18:40, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
Okay, cool. Just wanted to make sure. Will fix it now. --Cybernetic 19:06, 7 March 2012 (UTC)
Does anyone know if the skins, from what we have seen already, apply on both teams, or just one? I'm probably going to invest in getting the Assassin Pack (Hi-Rez sure as hell earned the money), so I would like to know if I should get the complete pack, or just the weapons, for that mater, not to mention that it's good information for the Wiki to have. Enigma, The Ace 02:42, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
Skins apply to both teams, despite which one you purchase. As for whether or not its worth it is iffy. 10$ for a single skin the game is quite a steep price, let alone 14% for the assassin one. But, they are still working on pricing, perhaps they will make it more reasonable in the future. --MrBuddy 14:20, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
Hm. In that case, I'm rather sure I'll get the Assassin pack, if for no other reason than to support Hi Rez. Thanks for the information! (speaking of which, that should probably be written down somewhere) Enigma, The Ace 15:03, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
inheritance in weapon description
sorry for my bad english. i think it can be useful to add an "Affected by inheritance: Yes/No" section in every weapon's page.