User talk:Gunstar Legend
Hello. I wanted to discuss this: (Tried to post the archived blog link, so it won't clear spam filters so I suppose you'll have to take my word for it.) in further.
Let me try something... https: twitter.com_PuyoXSmash. If this works, reformat the link like this here. Then I can see what you're talking about.
- I had actually realized after I made all the edits that I had found a way around it before, when I was editing the Madou Monogatari 123 page.
- -I came across a Japanese fan page at http:// suwa3[dot]web[dot]fc2[dot]com/data-kan/data/memo2[dot]html. It discusses Shin Madou Monogatari and this situation around it. The same fansite that has info on all of the Madou Monogatari enemies, which was used to created the enemy lists for Madou Monogatari 123, also has a listing of the Shin Madou Monogatari timeline at http:// okiraku06[dot]lolipop[dot]jp/okiraku/madounennpyou[dot]htm. Neither of them mention the Doppelganger Arle stuff, by the way.
- -The former page has a section that discusses Arle no Bouken: Mahou no Jewel and Pocket Puyo Puyo~n development stories. This is at http:// suwa3[dot]web[dot]fc2[dot]com/data-kan/data/memo2_2[dot]html. This page cites a blog post by a former Compile staffer, at http:// www[dot]geocities[dot]co[dot]jp/Playtown/9017/. Of course, Geocities is dead now even in Japan, so it requires Internet Archive to look at. The way the webpage uses frames also makes it difficult to direct link. Long story short, the blog post in question is at https:// web[dot]archive[dot]org/web/20181105224608fw_/http:// www[dot]geocities[dot]co[dot]jp/Playtown/9017/diary/diary[dot]html.
- -I unfortunately could not locate the Compile staffer's name on the website, but their nickname "Inaken" strongly implies that it is Kenichi Ina (https:// www[dot]mobygames[dot]com/developer/sheet/view/developerId,253040/), whose only credits are Arle no Bouken, Pocket Puyo Puyo~n, and Puyo Puyo Box.
- -Obviously, you would copy all of the above text elsewhere and replace the [dot] markers with actual dots, as well as removing the spaces separating the http part from everything else. Hope this clears up confusion. -Gunstar Legend (talk) 13:06, 22 October 2019 (UTC)