Hello, I recently attempted creating a page about a deck. However, it seems to have been deleted. After over an hour of working on the page, I attempted saving it. A message popped up, where it stood that the page was deleted and I could recreate it. However, when I tried recreating the page, it did not work and the same message reappeared. Is all my work gone? Or is there a way to get it back? And what do I need to do in order to create a page about a deck, so it will not get deleted?
I now found out that I can create decks through the Battle Decks page. However, my page was essentially a blank page with the Battle Decks template, so I would still like to know whether I can get my Giant Three Mucketeers page back, because it was almost a finished page with detailed descriptions of the roles and abilities of each troop.
the skeletons she spawns don't necessarily HAVE to refer to the skeletons on the skeletons card to have it be capitalized. skeletons - whether or not they refer to that exact card - are still a character in the clash universe (as long as the topic is on clash royale). check out the graveyard desc: “Surprise! It's a party. A Skeleton party, anywhere in the Arena. Yay!”
you see, 'skeletons' is capitalized, and guess what? it isn't referring to the card itself, but the characters. if you just write 'skeletons', it can refer to any skeleton, not the clash royale skeleton (e.g. a human skeleton). therefore, writing "skeletons" instead of "Skeletons" is incorrect.
even supercell writes capitalizes 'skeleton' even if it isn't referring to the actual card.
An ancient mode of resource acquisition used prior to the advent of Quests — you got these weird tiny chests that were even worse than Silver Chests like every four hours, and then you just OPENED THEM! Without doing anything! And they were just chests! No points, no bonus cards, just a bit of gold, one or two gems, and some cards you didn't even need. Man, how did they survive back then?
Yes, but you are modifying a word that describes magnitude in both "moderately high" and "moderately low." It's like saying "moderately short" or "moderately tall." They both mean the same thing. Does that make sense?
Moderately low and moderately high have been well-accepted by the community as unambiguous and separate anyway. I've never seen anyone else raise a fuss, so why does it matter now? The meaning is clear.