Talk:Miros Bird

From Rain World Wiki
Latest comment: 1 month ago by ArxeonOP in topic inspectors are considered Rot???
Jump to navigation Jump to search

fears and origins[edit source]

are brother long legs even large enough to eat one of these things? and on the origins of the miros birds, I believe that miros birds were made to protect sites for the ancients. I have a few reasons to believe this. first, pebbles states that they guard the memory crypts, and that it was sacred ground. second, The only regions they spawn in were what appeared to be important areas to the ancients. they show up in the metropolis where they lived, and the base of the iterators who were providing a solution to the undying thing, at train stations, which probably transported resources, and the sacred grounds of the memory crypts. same with miros vultures, who show up at the iterators. I think whenever an iterator collapses, they just leave and find somewhere else to guard. when both iterators collapsed, they just dispersed. Mee3eep (talk)

Photos[edit source]

The variation photos are incredibly difficult to see due to the dark background of the wiki pages. is there a way to make these more visible?

Photo as example
--Roselily2006! (talk) 14:54, 27 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Correction: The background of the photos just happens to be very dark, as discovered upon raising screen brightness to max. However, perhaps the photos could be edited to make them easier to see without max brightness. --Roselily2006! (talk) 14:57, 27 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

inspectors are considered Rot???[edit source]

i was reading the miros bird article and found a mistake: inspectors in the same brackets as rot. i went to change it but i couldnt because apparently inspectors are in the RotAll category and did not know how to remove it from the category because i am stupid. ArxeonOP (talk) 09:23, 31 March 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Ahh I see, I think it was put there because in the code they all share the same creature template. It only means that they share some stats and default relationships, which is pretty fitting in this table, but it's also confusing yeah. Fixing it now! Fortunately I think it hasn't been used in any other relationship table, so removing it shouldn't change much.
-- Candlesign (talk) 13:41, 31 March 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
thanks. ArxeonOP (talk) 12:10, 17 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]