Hi, welcome to Warhammer 40k! Thanks for your edit to the Talk:Dark Eldar page.
No thank you, it is unnecessary. We have a separate page already for each warband derived from an existing Traitor Legion, which is already seperately listed under Renegade Space Marines. But keep coming up with ideas, its always helpful. Montonius 19:24, August 19, 2011 (UTC)
I am sorry but I don't really see this as a problem. My user data indicates that most people who come to the Wiki already know what they are looking for. We have already highlighted them in multiple ways, starting with the main page of the wiki's table of contents and the Renegade Space Marines page where all the non-Traitor Legion warbands are already listed, the First Founding category which lists them, the Traitor Legions/Chaos Space Marine page which lists them, etc. All of this covers the Space Marine Chapters and Chaos Space Marine Traitor Legions that 99% of people are interested in. There is no need to further highlight anything. What would be much more helpful at this stage in the wiki's development is simply identifying the few that we may still be missing, and adding them to the queue I have on my Talk Page of Chapters annd warbands that need adding. Thanks. Montonius 03:38, August 23, 2011 (UTC)
Callandan 7th Edit
Yeah, good catch. I thought I got rid of all the fan fic stuff months ago, but there is always just one more I missed out there! LOL. Good get. Keep it up. Montonius 05:46, October 6, 2011 (UTC)
Damocles Contingent Edit
No, it is not canon. I have taken care of it. Another good catch. Thanks. Montonius 05:44, October 12, 2011 (UTC)
Sabbat Worlds Crusade Edit
It's up to me to assign the work for the page or to do it myself. But if you don't have any official sources, I'm sorry, I don't see how you can do any work on it. If you can get the Sabbat Worlds Crusade background book, which is floating around the Internet, I'd be happy to let you start paraphrasing it into the page, but otherwise, it will just wait until I get around to it. Thanks for the interest though. Montonius 04:24, October 15, 2011 (UTC)
Dark Apostles Edit
I liked your idea about the Dark Apostles and they are now on the Forces of Chaos page. We inherited the Thousands Sons entry on the page from before the wiki was refounded and I'm OK with it, so that one will stay the same. Great idea though, the Dark Apostles should definitely have been added to that page. Montonius 06:08, October 17, 2011 (UTC)
I will be doing the rework of the Necrons page personally over the coming months which is why the page is locked during this time of reconstruction, to be re-opened once the new look is in place. I already know how to do it and all of the new material will be fully integrated into the page. In general, only material that is directly contradicted by any retcons will be removed; any material that is simply not mentioned in the new Codex is by tradition considered to still have happened. I am sure that most people will be quite pleased by the changes I will implement. Montonius 22:48, November 9, 2011 (UTC)
The Necrons will not be done for months. There are many other priorities at the moment. Thanks. Montonius 07:46, January 3, 2012 (UTC)
He got that information from absolutely nowhere and has been banned from this wiki for inserting practically unintelligible nonsense into several key wiki pages. Montonius 00:06, December 8, 2011 (UTC)
No, I'm happy with the way it is. They place warbands in the category of the First Founding Legion the warband is descended from, just like the Loyalist Chapters. If they sometimes make mistakes in identifying them properly, that is easily fixed. Montonius (talk) 00:38, February 12, 2013 (UTC)
Chaos Daemons Edit
Supahbadmarine, as you can see, we are moving to upgrade every faction. As I have told you before, this is a process that will take months to years, as each faction takes months of work in turn and requires the full attention of the permanent staff. Thanks. Montonius (talk) 05:13, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
Hello I got the Angron model from Forge World and would like to use it but I dont have his stats:WS BS S T W I A LD SV and rules for Gorefather. Im prettty frusterated to say the least could you helpme?
We are aware of every faction that does not meet our standards. The Orks are a faction we have not gotten to revising yet as we are waiting for the new codex to be released. Every faction is being upgraded, as I told you before. When we get to the Orks, every page, including that one, will be altered. There is no need to keep pointing these things out, please. Thank you. Montonius (talk) 00:19, December 13, 2013 (UTC)
No, we won't do that. The page is a fine place holder and will be repaired when we get to it on the schedule. And yes, you are correct, it will be a listing of all the known Ork troop types, which will then serve as a portal to their own individual pages. But it will be done, as we have always done, in its own time. Patience is a virtue. Montonius (talk) 00:42, December 13, 2013 (UTC)
Oh yes, the Kor'vattra and Kor'or'vesh do represent a reorganisation in the Tau's fleets universe. The Kor'vattra was the original Tau fleet developed and used in the Tau Empire's First and Second Sphere Expansions, and included ships such as the Gal'leath-class, Il'fannor-class, and others. They were the original colony ships used to expand out from T'au. (They used to be sold on the Games Workshop website and were the ships with lots of little dots and bumps and turrets all over them similar to Imperial ships). However, the Kor'vattra was not truly a warfleet; designed more for commerce, trade, colonisation and expansion. After the Damocles Gulf Crusade and encounters with larger Imperial ships, the Ethereals decided that the Kor'vattra wasn't good enough and saw the potential for a crisis to emerge, so vast amounts of resources were put into developing new highly advanced warships dedicated for battle. This came at a time when the Tau were beset by foes like Orks and Tyranids, and resulted in the Kor'or'vesh - the new Tau battlefleet. It was the single largest allocation of resources in the history of the Tau Empire, and the experimental designs and ships that came out of it were first made widely known to the Imperium during the Taros Campaign. So far, the new fleet ships have proven their worth, and include ships such as the Custodian-class, Emissary-class, and others. Kor'or'vesh ships used to be sold from Forge World, and were the sleeker designs that bore more resemblance to Tau atmospheric aircraft such as the Barracuda, Tiger Shark and Manta. Hope that answers your question!
=Shas'o'Kais= Mobility, Technology, Firepower - In the name of the Greater Good; we will triumph. (talk) 10:46, December 13, 2013 (UTC)