Possibly categorize by entries?

What do you mean?Marcusbwfc (talk) 15:43, August 23, 2018 (UTC)

On some wikis, like, the infobox auto-categorizes the article by the various categories that are entered. We haven't done it on main species pages because there are so many ref notes and outliers that it would be a huge workload to recode it to work like wikimon's do, and would be much more inscrutable for new editors. However, for game stats, it's pretty simple since there are almost never outliers.
For example, I could code it so that any page that had Wanyamon's infobox was given the "In-Training Digimon" category. Or I could do that, but add a flag which allows me to turn categorization off (so that the appendix itself doesn't show up in 100 categories).Now activating Project: SPIDERS EVERYWHERE 16:49, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
I'd need to see an example tbh as I'm not really understanding it, I'm fine with how it is but maybe once I'm done it can be edited to do that provided it doesn't break everything. I do intend to add a few ref notes though (such as to state that, say lunamon turns into noir/ciel depending on region, as well as on a few digimon to say "whilst this is a rookie digimon, it's stats level and move pool make it equal to mega/ultimate" etc (which would effect lucemon (rookie but equal to ultimate), blanc awake (rookie/mega), noir/ciel awake (champion/mega), shoutmon (none/rookie), omnimonshoutmon (none/mega) and the nx forms (mega/champion - lol yeah, they're weak as shit). mainly so that people who see the digimon don't assume that just cuz they're at a certain level, doesn't mean they're not actually usable (or not usable, for the NX forms)Marcusbwfc (talk) 16:56, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
This is an appendix, so those ref notes (other than Sistermon) would be unnecessary. We include all available stats here, so the reader can tell just by looking at the stats that they don't have standard Rookie/Mega stats. An appendix is just for concisely recording data, not for commentary. Sistermon Ciel is a special situation, and we'd probably just write it out in text to the left of the infobox, as with Card:Agumon.Now activating Project: SPIDERS EVERYWHERE 17:08, August 23, 2018 (UTC)
For an example, see this page. No (stat-based) categories are hand-coded into the article, it's all automated.Now activating Project: SPIDERS EVERYWHERE 17:09, August 23, 2018 (UTC)

Remove support skill

I attempted to do so, only to fuck up the coding. Youre correct that it should have its own page, so I figure it should be above special move and just show the name of it, similar to the inheritable attacks. It does seem to be the "trait" page that Dawn/Dusk have, other than the fact they only have one each.Marcusbwfc (talk) 03:11, August 25, 2018 (UTC)

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