Hello Dear Aristocrat, I wonder if I could have the permission of the -Aristocrats of the Red Crayon- to use the complete wikia of "Rule of Rose" to create an artbook on which you'll be credited ?Thanks. PS : Did you noticed that the complete score ot the game has been released in a digital way?Sorry for my bad english.
Looks amazing! Very beautifully done. You're really talented at graphic design. It looks like an official manual or something. My advice is that you try to make the text more readable, as it can be hard to read with certain backgrounds such as the image of Jennifer, the dark blood splatter, and the image of Amanda.
Thank you so much for your comment this is adorable. You must keep in mind that this version is not final and that changes will happen in the final version. I made most of the graphics alone at the tablet. Apart from the elements of the game or the RoR website by Atlus, I almost done it all by myself. I will fix the reading problem. I am working too on part II / III of the Artbook and a little surprise is coming very soon.
I was reviewing the Manual of Style and noticed that one of the rules states that the game's article title should not be italicized, as "there is no code for it anyway." This is not true. If one uses the DISPLAYTITLE template, they can easily italicize the game's article title. Here is an example of how to use said template:
This will italicize the article's title without having to move the article or any such actions. You can see it in action here, for example.
I wouldn't want to add this myself since it currently is against the rules after all, but perhaps a revision may be in order since this is possible.
Thank you for any consideration.
(Also, I hope you were the right person to ask, as you seem to be the most recently active admin, and I'm unfamiliar with this wiki's local staff.)
That's quite true. I only recently learned of the game and after watching a playthrough, I decided to check out the wiki, so I guess I'm quite late to the party.
I definitely think the game deserves an HD remaster as well. The game is a work of art and details were lost due to the technological limitations of the day, and those restrictions certainly didn't do the game justice, although they weren't bad for the time.
I'd love to be able to have it available enough to pick up myself, and a remaster would allow that as well.
Ah, yes, the playthrough I watched was done with PCSX2. I am familiar with the emulator, though my desktop is unable to run it at this time. I doubt my laptop will, although it is a bit better. I should be able to run it once I actually have money for better parts.
Thank you for the links, I will set them aside so I can hopefully play the game in the future.
Play 2. I know very little about emulation and technology (one of the reasons why I'm so sloppy at typing on the notebook, I'm also very sloppy at doing it because I'm not fluent in English and thus I have to search for translations at Bab.la).
The fact that the Mermaid Doll isn't collected into Jennifer's inventory implies that she never takes it (and she is never seen donating it as the Monthly Gift either), therefore, it's not part of a "collection".
I already said you can make the article, just don't put it under Items.
In case you didn't notice, the images are too big, making the pages to slow to load, but of course, it is "better" if the images are the size you want them to be, not the size which will make the pages load normally and thus what is really better for the users.
They aren't too big, it's the default across Wikia, and get a higher res monitor. At 1080p, they're extremely hard to see at 90px wide. If you're using a laptop, then it probably looks decent, but not everyone is using a laptop.
And if the Galleries are too slow, don't blame me for adding 70 screenshots of Jennifer into her gallery.
Just because it's not written in any rules, doesn't mean it isn't so. Adding low-quality, bad images is frowned upon. It's like, adding a blurry photo of Jennifer's nose into her gallery (just her nose).
Some of us use 1920x1080 and 2560x1440 resolutions, and 90px is way too small. 120px is the default Wikia width.
And in English, you don't capitalize Psychological. Please improve your English, or just refrain from writing until you do, because so many of your edits just come off as awkward, and when you put it into wikis, it looks unprofessional.
"Reduce their size won't be a problem to people who don't use laptops, but let their size as they are now is a problem for people who doesn't have good internet speed."
"Reducing the size won't be a problem to people who don't use laptops, but leaving the size as it is now is a problem for people who don't have good Internet speeds."
None of the images i added have bad quality, the ones i found who were of bad quality, i simply didn't download them. The images are converted to a small size, so people can see the full pic in small size, it's not like if the pics were cut or put on zoom mode. So no, it won't only show "Jennifer's nose" or anything like that, like you said.
So now your excuse is english mistakes. Perhaps in the forum and talk pages, but i rarely left an english mistake on my edits, rarely. This is just an excuse for you to delete all the content i added.