PVKII wiki needs updating

Dr.ClericDr.Cleric Senior
edited December 2012 in Official Wiki
I have now gone back to the wiki and since the new update that nothing new has been edited, but that's ok people don't work that fast but there are several pages with nothing on them at all!


The video link doesn't work with this one:

New achievements needed:

More trivia!:

And lastly the on the main page the sharpshooter should be changed from the sketch to the final picture on his wiki page.

I don't have any wiki editing experience so I don't want to mess anything up by accident otherwise I would apply right now.
I hope that they may get fixed. I have found the wiki very useful and hope that it will be more so!

ps I got a friend with a bit of wiki experience who might help hes going to apply soon
“I don't have moments of weakness. I'm Rik Mayall.” -Rik Mayall


  • Black BellamyBlack Bellamy Senior
    edited 4:41PM
    Yeah the wiki really needs some love not a lot of info on it. It dosent even explain the story of the game...if there is one
    "Everything with a beginning has an end"
  • Dr.ClericDr.Cleric Senior
    edited 4:41PM
    There needs to be a big update to the sharpshooter page as well. (I am still up for the job)
    “I don't have moments of weakness. I'm Rik Mayall.” -Rik Mayall
  • ZinuXZinuX Mutated Walrus Hamster Members, Beta Tester
    edited 4:41PM
    Hey sorry didn't respond, I've been trying to figure out how to change account creation and stuff on the wiki to open it up again, but didn't have any luck.
    So I guess you won't be able to help the wiki out for now, as I seem to be the only one around with some editing rights.
  • BotkulBotkul Senior
    edited September 2013
    I think it would have been updated by now if anyone could update the wiki

    edit* everyone
  • TurdsackTurdsack Senior
    edited 4:41PM
    Cabin boy wrote:

    Yeah the wiki really needs some love not a lot of info on it. It dosent even explain the story of the game...if there is one

    Captain's Log

    August 13th 1717
    The cargo ship carrying the chest did not make port today. It’s rumored that all her cargo was lost at sea thanks to Captain Black Bellamy and his crew of Pirates. The Royal Navy could find no survivors, nor cargo amongst the wreckage. What happened out there? Did a mishap occur with the storage of black powder? Reports of a terrible storm in that area were being told as well, on that very day of the disappearance. I fear that the loss of the chest is immeasurable, and incalculable. How shall I explain this to my master? I should have taken greater measures and not chartered a merchant vessel. I’ll be lucky if I’m not flogged for this… I can understand the value of the chest as it being rumored to have originated in a monastery in Lindesfarne, Northumbria 793.a.d. The Viking Sagas spoke of a cursed chest imbued by the power of the White Christ to exact revenge upon the Vikings for the massacre that took place in the monastery. I’m not a highly educated man like the master, but I pride myself that I have learned to read under his tutelage. And so, as I have read from his other volumes that he laid strewn about while he slumbered at his fireplace from sheer mental exhaustion, that the chest has also seen many other lands in its centuries of travels. A historian in the 12th century noted that the same chest was logged in a royal treasury under the reign of King John Lackland October 30th 1215 a.d. There is more than enough controversy over the details of his quick and sudden demise in 1216 a.d. There are even some that say he didn’t die that day at all…but disappeared instead. Now that this has happened, I can’t help but wonder if the master were meant to possess the chest at all? The master seems to be consumed by this artifact, dedicating all his days in hopes of the discovery of it. It wouldn’t surprise me one bit if he hired out a mercenary vessel on the morrow to see the wreckage with his very own eyes. I wish to have no part of the cursed thing. I think tomorrow would be a good day for me to slip away and fetch those other volumes from Mr. Kensington in Wales. The fresh air would be a welcomed change from these dreary walls.
    ~End of Journal Entry~
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