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Everyone's gonna bite my head off probably but here goes
Why is this wiki called the Nerf wiki?
We have Dart Zone Blasters, AdventureForce Blasters, Boomco. Blasters, Buzz Bee Blasters, X-shot blasters and more... So... Shouldn't this wiki be named something else?
Like, Nerf Wiki would be good if it was just Nerf blasters. But since there are so many other Dart Blaster brands on this wiki, shouldn't it be, like, changed?
I mean it's up to the mods but it'd kinda make more sense if you think about it.
We get our Nerf blasters really late (I saw an on-shelf CrossBolt like a week ago), we don't have RIVAL, Dart Zone, Adventure Force or Hyper blasters, large scale events are hard to come by and our NERF blasters are weakened because of law. :(
Does anyone know how a RED version of the 1st gen(2003) Tek Six exists? I just thrifted one today.
2. I believe the second-generation(2005) tek 6 is STILL being produced. I found one on ebay with the modern label and I myself have one with said modern label. The one on eBay was NIB and on the back was copyrighted 2021, which puts it in 2022.
I have a few questions about the wiki that I would be interested in seeing some community feedback for, in order to better improve the site for everyone to use.
1) In another thread, people were voicing their frustration that products are listed as singular releases on series articles and whatnot, rather than all products/blasters available within that series. For example, the Furyfire is not listed as a blaster on the Dart Tag article, as it was released within its own blaster set. I've come up with a bit of a solution for this, involving labeling its inclusion in a set next to its year of release. This is viewable on my sandbox page, but here's a quick screenshot example of this:
I suppose my question then is just what people think of this format. Would this better accommodate this problem? Is there another solution that might work/look better instead? I'd love second opinions on this.
2) In the past, I've heard some sentiments that the category system we have in place - separating blasters, accessories, products, etc. from one another in the category for a series itself (ie: N-Strike blasters, N-Strike products, N-Strike accessories) - is a bit cumbersome, and it might be better to have everything just be in a catch-all category for a series instead.
My thinking behind this, and why I think the separation system instead is that there would be no way to filter between different types of products and whatnot within the category itself, possibly making it difficult to find what you're after. But would anybody else have this problem? Maybe it's just a me problem? I'd like to hear back any thoughts on this, so it can inform if we should overhaul the category system to make things less cluttered/complicated.
3) I'm not sure there would be much to say on this front, but I'm probably going to add a hover-over-a-link function soon, so a preview of an article will display when you hover over an article link. This would be really helpful, I think.
Any thoughts regarding any of these three things would be great, so I can try and fix the wiki up to match the needs of the users and editors. Without conversation with everyone, I can't be aware of any issues the wiki has, so please do let me know about things.
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I know this is very dumb and I shouldn't be doing this, but I can't help myself. @JetCell remember how you closed the joke thread on CrossBolt ammunition and how it can show kids violent stuff or something? Yeah well my 10 year old brother discovered this, and still uses it.
Reading this, I know it's dumb and stupid but I'm still posting it
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You're running around the halls in a war with your primary, the Jolt. Suddenly you run out of ammo. Luckily, you have your pistol in your vest pocket, the Titan. The Titan makes an amazing emergency pistol.
So, I decided to go hit some Thrift shops on Friday because why not? First went to Estes (Estes?) park. Nothing of Nerf there. Hit Loveland on the way back home, and there were those regular thrift stores like Arc and Goodwill. I DID hit a Goodwill one Thursday and got a Longarm. It works well, it’s not very accurate holds five rounds in a revolver-like fashion. But back to Friday. First, went to Goodwill, I found a Dart tags… Strikefire (one of those odd nerf blaster names) and an N-strike Element. Neither have their name on the blasters themselves. There WAS a Raptorstrike there too, BUT, it was essentially striped. No Bi-pod, no Sight, not even a bolt. If it DID have the bolt, I might have took it. Then, stop number two: Arc. There was one of the largest loads I’ve gotten since January 8th. There was a butt-ton more that I got. I actually put some things back to not break the bank. At Arc, the prized possession was a Regular, it had a 12 dart mag, and 3 of 4 attachments (missing part was the stock, which sucks), a 10 dart banana mag, a Hotshock which is crap, a Splitstrike which’s Right side sucks, some more attachments, and a Dart tag blaster that I looked up on the Wiki, but couldn’t find it in the Dart tag series, if someone could help. It shoots surprisingly well.