Talk:Tassadar

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Sandbox PTR Hero Data Pages[edit source]

Tassadar has an extensive rework already up on the test realm, as of January 17, 2017. I don't know how to link it and not have this post be blocked by the bot. Is there a way to put the information into a "clone" page so that when the changes are on live, the information is current at the same time on the wiki? I'm just thinking its more efficient to "pre-load" some of those extensive changes, rather than rush on the day it goes over to live.

--Custerdawg (talk) 00:13, 19 January 2017 (UTC)

I would assume you can work off of your User: namespace, but the problem is that any data pages to be transcluded in hero template needs to exist in the Data: namespace. In most wikis, creating a temporary page is done in your User space. You can probably seek for guidance from an admin to see if we can have SNAPSHOT Data pages such as: Data:Sandbox/Champions/Tassadar and create User:Custerdawg/Tassadar which points to that data page instead of the traditional Data:Champions/Tassadar data page.
In the meantime…
I wrote a Hero Data JSON Editor which allows you to upload a JSON data file, edit it, and save it as JSON or Wiki text. I chose JSON because it is easy to work with and it is a very good option for data storage.
You can work off of this Tassadar JSON file that I created. Just save it as is, and load it using the "Import" button at the bottom of the editor.
When you are finished editing make sure you save it as JSON, so you have an edited/updated copy. You can export it to Wiki text when you want to preview it.
I will expand this editor later and host it on my website at a later date.
Rmkane (talk) 16:28, 19 January 2017 (UTC)

Khala's Embrace icon[edit source]

We need the green one. Currently, it's blue.
Also, could you swap the blue and the purple ones if I fail?--Adunaii (talk) 22:49, 6 February 2017 (UTC)

I went ahead and updated it to the green version (File:Khala's Embrace Icon.png). You need to click the "Upload a new version of this file" link at the bottom of the image's page. — Rmkane (talk) 23:31, 6 February 2017 (UTC)