I'm leaning toward not having wiki pages for individual buildings like castle, farm, moonwell, ancient of war, etc. It would make it easier not having to show the ability ensnare + the upgrade ensnare, the ability long rifles + the upgrade long rifles, etc. Plus there aren't any good images available. What do you think?
Wanted to run an idea by you. In looking at the TL wiki it occured to me SC has a lot less hierarchy in the upgrades than WC3 does (in WC3 upgrades often have 3 levels and can change anything from armor to hp to mana regen). What do you think of setting up the wiki so the user can click a button to change the displayed stats to level 1 bolt, level 2 bolt, level 3 bolt. Or you could click on a button on the page for Priests and it automatically changes the statbox numbers to show more hp and mana for adept, 2 click shows master training, and 3 clicks returns it to base stats? Right now the statbox just shows starting hp and mana and it might be confusing to write 300/320/340 and 100/200/300 everywhere.
You could also apply this logic to heroes and have the statbox on the hero pages show you level 2, level 3, level 4 stats for the hero by clicking a button. I guess the button would be on every box like this that displayed stats. What do you think of that vs writing 1/2/3 everywhere?
Yo made some changes to the thing, let me know what you think. What do you think about capitalization? I agree with ferfe it seems odd to say Frost Wyrm, Gryphon, etc. But it also seems odd to say ancient of wind, ancient of lore, etc. What should be capitalized?