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  • hi,just to let you know that bracer phoenix was seen destroyed by the big kajiu in the latest trailer

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  • Should tenses on Pacific Rim 1 articles be in past tense? Such as in the Otachi(Kaiju) Article. I know we would then have to change everything, for the sake of standardization , but I would gladly help!

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    • No. The Manual of Style for Kaiju, Human, and Jaeger articles are intentionally written in present tense (regardless of when the subject was released) while the overview/lore articles are written in the past tense.

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  • I'm not a big expert on the military (and don't plan on being), but I'm pretty sure there's no period after "Corps" since it can't be short for something.

    Of course, I'll admit that I only know "Corps" from watching Attack on Titan and James Cameron's Aliens with the subtitles.

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    • Well, after some googling (and this took like three tries), you're more or less right. "Corps", as far as it's associated with the military (even in fiction), has no period at the end of it (it lit. means "body" in Latin?), whereas Corp. (or Corps.) literally means "Corporation" in business circles.

      So, yeah, that's a mistake on my part end.

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  • Just a warning that Saber Athena is a Mark VII, not a Mark VI.

    It was evidenced by the trailer that it is a Mark VII, and recently confirmed by the Director himself (https://twitter.com/stevendeknight/status/957471575304896513).

    Which means that the Blueprint was either a mistake by the marketing team, or intentionally misleading. Whichever the explanation is, I think it's a fun fact to put under "Known Inconsistencies".

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    • Honestly, I think the same thing that happened with Cherno Alpha happened with Saber Athena. They made the poster when the Jaeger was a designated a Mark VI during early production, and somewhere down the line, they changed it and no one thought to re-release the poster with updated specs.

      Additionally, try not to link anything from discord here. Images hosted by discord do not use secure links and are often highly malicious.

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    • Ah, alright. Won't do it again then.

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  • Hi, I saw that you are probably the most active Admin of this Wiki currently. You're the Admin, so you decide, but I'm just here to talk a suggestion.

    As most of people in this Community know, Obsidian Fury, the new antagonist Jeager in "Pacific Rim: Uprising", is missing a lot of information. This because we don't have enough info to develop the complete Page of his description. But, news come every day. I came here to ask you to unlock it for editing, because the article was locked to prevent editing, but what if any of the editors acquire the latest info on him? Can you unlock it, please?

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    • The page was simply locked for the time being because users refused to not heed the request that was made in the talk page, which was not to add anything more until something more pertinent (and with more context) came up in the promotion of the film.

      When more information on Obsidian Fury is actually revealed the page will be unlocked if I don't decide to let the time limit expire first. It's the same principal that was used on the new character articles.

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    • OK, then, but thank you. I hope we get new official updates on Obsidian Fury soon.

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  • I understand that in the first film in 2013, the Precursors opened their gateway between their world and ours, but Newt states that they had been to Earth before during the time of the dinosaurs. So shouldn't the Breach had simply been closed and then reopened eons later in modern times?

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    • Not really. Reasonably, we don't even know what means of travel the Precursors used to try and invade Earth the first time. The film more less posits that the first time the Breach was ever created or, rather used, was in 2013.

      I'd rather have a conclusive answer on the matter before adding anything to the Breach-related articles that state they did with absolute certainty, so I could always contact Guillermo on his twitter and hope to get a response since Beacham isn't an option.

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    • Okay.

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  • Hi Lily_Ford; I'm Amanda with FANDOM's community development team! I'm reaching out to you to see if you wouldn't mind if I edited your mobile main page? I wanted to add some content there so that mobile users could have access to it. Let me know what you think!

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  • Except in the film, Gipsy used both casters; the second caster was to make sure Leatherback was not getting back up after the first one was used to kill it.

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    • I'm aware both the left and right casters were used, but the sentence is simply conveying that when Leatherback was attacked, the Plasmacaster (as in the weapon itself) was used to kill it, and that each time Leatherback was attacked, only one was used.

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  • Is it possible to change it It currently reads: "
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    Entering the Rift" </span>

    which is complete nonsesnse. Would changing it to something readable (also, entering the drift would work better, IMO). If you can't, do you have any method to get ahold of Ray422?

    Thanks for considering it. 

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  • Ey, Im actually knew to the wiki buissness but I sure do love editing and making places more acurate as possible. I currently help the Iron Man wiki but Pacific Rim was my first favourite movie back at the time it came out. Over the past years, you did a good job re-designing this wiki and updating information. To be honest, the old desgine before any major changes were made [for me] was a bitt boring. Now it looks fab haha. Anyways, I wanted to ask if I could join. Yeah sure its free to edit here but from my view, this place is like 100% complete hehe. Any advice on where to start?

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    • Hello, Frost Fire X. Despite the general look of "complete-ness" that the Wiki might have at the moment, there's likely still plenty to do. First and foremost, since you say you're new to the Wikia business, you may want to read the guidelines for the Pacific Rim Wiki in order to properly edit. Afterward, if you're up-to-date on what's been going on with Pacific Rim, you check out the site for red-links that can be reasonably created at the moment.

      You don't have to ask to join, Wikia were designed so that everyone could edit them. All I or any of the admins ask is that you cause undue trouble with the other users here. Otherwise, enjoy your time here.

      In addendum, please try to avoid multiple-edits where one quick edit can be managed. If you have more information that needs to be added to an article, I would suggest writing everything down in a word processor to ensure you're not constantly going back to the article every other minute, second, or hour. Also, try not to create too many stub articles.

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