Talk:Strong Badia the Free Walkthrough

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um, I tried playing the free demo of strong badia the free, but you can't get out of sb's house, so you can't really do anything. somebody please post something either on the talk page or the main article for the walkthrough of sbcg4ap, episode 2. -Mas12806

Have you looked out the window in the computer room yet? See that horrible "effigy" that's supposed to be the King of Town? Try helping them out by giving them stuff that will make the effigy more Kingly and Of Townly. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 00:10, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
I'll start working on it now; when I made it, I was at school, and I didn't have any time to do anything. I just...noticed it hadn't been made yet. SuperfieldCreditUnion
There, Part 1 is done! Dinner's on now, so I'll get crackin' on it in a little bit. SuperfieldCreditUnion
Er... we really, really, REALLY need to standardize these things. Homestar Ruiner's walkthrough does cover 100% completion, so now we have two contradictory walkthroughs. I still propose my idea for the Homestar Ruiner walkthrough: Make it a list, rather than prose, with mandatory things separated from the optional things by bolding them or making them a different color or something. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 01:09, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
Well, I was going to put a small note that it won't put 100% completion YET, because I didn't want to have a walkthrough that claimed to get you everything when I don't have everything (I don't have every Strong Sad insult, and I stumbled upon the beret, and I can't remember exactly how I got it). I planned to make it a 100% eventually/very soon/when I actually get 100%. As for a lifeless list of commands instead of a chuckle-inspiring prose, why have a lifeless list of commands when you can have a chuckle-inspiring prose? SuperfieldCreditUnion
A list need not be lifeleless, and it's easier to read. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 04:08, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
Easier to read and more encyclopedic. And Superfield, to call your own work "chuckle-inspiring" is a bit ... what's the word I'm looking for? OptimisticFool 08:19, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
Well, I can obviously see that my current work is unliked and doomed. If you want, I'll make it just like the current Homestar Ruiner Walkthrough. While I still would prefer to continue the walkthrough as I have been, I will be satsfied to do it your way. I just want to contribute something bigger than normal. SuperfieldCreditUnion
It's plainer to see that my contribution on ANY level any more is totally unwanted. You all have it down-pat, so I'll leave you to finish up. And delete any and all work I've done. Ah, well. Maybe I can write the walkthrough for Baddest of the Bands... SuperfieldCreditUnion P.S. I still call dibs on writing the "Maps and Minions" walkthrough. I can beat it in 9 rounds.
Look, I didn't try to tick anyone off. I was just trying to avoid an argument by standardizing this. There's still some work to do... and there's still a place where you can add stuff and produce "chuckle-inspiring" commentary. I just figured that the faster this was done, the better off everyone would be. Sorry. TJDevil02
No need to apologize. You did nothing wrong. Superfield is taking this more personally than he probably should be (we didn't mean any offense, really!) and I like what you did with the walkthrough. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 00:34, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
I did take it too seriously. But I just like doing stuff my way, alone. It sounds egotistical and Strong Sad-istical, but when you work alone (as opposed to a team), no one will argue with you about how it's supposed to be done. That's why nothing good was ever made by a committee coming to a consensus about a product a la Apple III. SuperfieldCreditUnion
Okay, looks like we're all cool. There are still a bunch of things people can add, like the costumes, Strong Sad insults, and various Easter Eggs (here's one: rig the Draft Wheel to land on Li'l Brudder. Trust me). Also, I appreciate Jay and others for establishing a less formal method of doing walkthroughs -- as a TVTropes alum, I'm more used to breezier language and have been called on doing "informal" stuff elsewhere. Oh, and to anyone who likes portmanteaux: you can have "non-sequitastic" for free. :) TJDevil02
Actually, my favorite line you wrote is the one about the lopsided test of wills. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 18:48, 18 September 2008 (UTC)
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