There is a recent new Editor by the name of UNBAN JACOBSATOR. He has made multiple spam edits in the short time he's been on this site. I have given him a warning, and undone his edits. I jus tthought I should let you know.
I'm the person who added the fact about the Vindicators attacking baby polar bears, and no, it won't work with other mobs called Johnny because that doesnt make them hostile. If you mean being shot by skeletons, hit by shulkers/llamas, ect, I'm yet to find out.
There's a formula which the game uses for determining which chunks are slime chunks. If you don't want to do the calculations, then websites such as MineAtlas will tell you which chunks are slime chunks. The alternative is to go into each chunk individually and test them.
Hi Sitb, I made an edit on the Endermite article yesterday and changed the capitalization to make it consistent with how the other nouns were. There seems to be some which are capitalized, and some which aren't, and I don't understand where to differentiate between the two.
For example: Silverfish, Spawn (not a noun), Wolf, Name Tag, Dragon Egg, Spawn Egg, Water, and even Endermen are all capitalized, but Endermite isn't. This, to me, is rather confusing and inconsistent. I have trouble as to why these are singled out, but there are plenty of words which aren't any different from them which remain capitalized.
This issue is also very noticeable to me in the Huge Mushrooms page. Roofed Forest Biome isn't capitalized, but Mushroom Island Biome is; things such as Ladder, Bonemeal, and Renewable Resource are, but smelted, spawn, and dirt are not (despite dirt being used again, capitalized, in the same sentence, or that spawn has been left capitalized on the Endermite page but is not on this page).
May I ask why this is? And is there a capitalization policy here? If so, where can I find it? Thanks
The wiki automatically capitalizes links to other articles by default, but they can be manually changed to lower-case if desired (this is optional, as far as our editing policy is concerned). Other than links, standard English grammar rules apply when it comes to capitalization in articles.
There are many articles on the wiki where capitalization has been used improperly over the years. Many of the improper capitals you see, used to be links to articles (which were "de-linkified" because the articles had already been linked to earlier in that article). When the links were removed, the capitals were not corrected. These are gradually being corrected over time, as users notice them. I will try to take a look at the articles you pointed out when I get the chance.