Seperate article for Skag riding midgetsEdit
Is it a good idea to combine the articles for Skag riding midgets into a seperate one? Right now these are only mentioned as a link to different articles, and the articles about Skag riders also have overlapping information. Also, some of the midgets that ride Skags, like the Rustler and Ravager, are also found without Skags, but are not mentioned in this article. LTK 70 14:31, July 26, 2010 (UTC)
- That mess is something I've been thinking of trying to sort out after I migrated prisoners away from bandits. The DLC3 midgets are a bit trickier though. The trouble is they are presented as another entirely new faction, and yet they have some connection to the existing midgets, which themselves are presented by the original game as a subset of bandits. Then there are all the new units that fuse the midgets and skags. And to top it off the "loot midgets" appear to be standalone units not connected to any major faction (except possibly to DLC3 midgets). Here's a tickler: If loot midgets are midgets and midgets are bandits, then is a Crimson Shorty therefore a bandit? Clearly not, but it just illustrates the tricky categorisation that DLC3 brought in. I intend to wrap my head around the problem though, and maybe sort something out like I did for the prisoners. :) -- WarBlade 15:01, July 26, 2010 (UTC)
- suggest midget/boss for looters. the mounted skags can appear in both skag and midgetdlc3 pages. new midgets only need apply for membership in dlc3 (edit - or not, double entries are better than none or half assed) page as midgets are already a subset of bandit (shotgunner) and the melee unit bandit/psycho (midget psycho). have i lost the class entirely? 22:22, July 26, 2010 (UTC) now i need to go loose crimson shorty in the middle of a row or dumpster boy before the termination of motorhead to see if anything goes awry. likely not as this is not the case in The Crow's Nest.