User talk:Tactical Mehren
For future reference, I can see the user creation log and block those names that look spammer-ish directly. You don't need to create their user-page with a delete flag. --AssistantWikifag (talk) 14:59, 15 February 2014 (UTC)
I don't want to enter an "edit war", but you're totally missing the point in the Sword article. The two versions says two totally different things: the version you keep returning to says "it's impratical because strength" - the other version, which I think it's more interesting, says "It doesn't work because strenght is not a big factor and inertia is much more important".... It's not nitpicking at all - User:BloodyStupidJohnson
- You do not need two entire paragraphs to say that "strength isn't a big factor and inertia is much more important", you could have put that there as one or two sentences and left it there because it explained it as is. You are further nitpicking at why a buster sword is impractical, despite the fact we've already established from the get-go that it's a stupidly impractical combat implement in the first place due to its heft and composition. You do not need to excessively drag on a point we've already established.
- At first, you put it below the paragraph why it also doesn't make sense in fantasy, despite the fact that the fantasy section already says that it throws out realism in favor of looking good, making it look like the article can't agree with itself. You then placed it below the section detailing why its impractical in real life and above the section detailing why its okay in the setting it solely exists in as a weapon (which is fantasy), making it look like the article is rambling on with no set direction.
- You're trying to prove to us that it doesn't work in fantasy due to physics, despite the fact we've already said that fantasy gives no fucks about realism in favor of aesthetics. That's like saying: "ohh you can't have sorcerers in Warhammer 40K, because people in real life can't invoke in the power of fallen gods to bend reality.".
- Not to mention my old point that it was written by someone who's first language isn't English (that or didn't pay attention during sentence composition class), so not only does it add more clutter the article that's already cluttered; it makes it harder for a reader to read through. Tactical Mehren (talk) 15:23, 13 January 2017 (UTC)