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We shouldn't use SCR images for SC1 material unless it's depicted in the game itself. In other words, characters like Atticus Carpenter shouldn't use the updated images.--Hawki (talk) 11:10, July 29, 2017 (UTC)
You don't need to upload duplicate images in the same article. Stuff like the guardian is okay since it shifted during development, but having jpegs that are effectively the same as gifs is redundant.--Hawki (talk) 09:38, July 31, 2017 (UTC)
Concerning Mojo, that's a long video, and I don't have time to watch it right now. However, assuming that it shows Enslavers somewhere and/or features the Enslavers heroes in the map editor, then it's fine to use the updated images.--Hawki (talk) 10:12, August 2, 2017 (UTC)
Re: Clarification for Protoss NPC buildingsEdit
I've been in and out so I haven't had all that much time to respond.
Anyway, I'm leaning toward protoss on this since it is a gameplay thing. I don't think "StarCraft Xel'naga buildings" needs to be a category, and as long as it's also in a "xel'naga building" catagory it should be fine. Either that or just call it an NPC building.
Hawki has the final say on this though, since I don't know if the "race building" category is purely intended for gameplay (if it is you're right), but in my opinion making making a "StarCraft Protoss NPC Building" category would probably be the right choice.
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