Hey everyone. This thread will be used to highlight parts of the Wiki that are currently in need of serious work and expansion.
This Wiki is missing well-written and original walkthroughs for each game in the series. Not just copy-and-pastes from Official guides or popular "Let's Plays" - real authentic additions to the wiki. Creative freedom is not only permitted but actively encouraged. We want these guides to be usable and accessible to anyone who comes to this wiki searching for answers and hints, as well as popular questions to general gameplay.
So. Many. Stubs. A lot of these articles are missing key information including pictures, locations and a full description. Any effort you can extend towards bringing these articles up to snuff would be greatly appreciated. The current Stub categories are as follows:
The characters articles in greatest need are, perhaps ironically, the ones that have the most to say. These characters feature such a crucial role in the series that it can be difficult to even know where to begin. Generally speaking, they should consist of a "Background" section (describing the characters back story and canonical events that occur over the course of story events) and a "Gameplay" section (going into detail about the character with regards to the gameplay conditions, their status a killable/unkillable NPC and other mechanics that wouldn't necessarily fit in a lore overview).
Most of these stubs consist either of weapons from "The Throne of Chaos" that do not have their respective locations section filled out or from "III" that are missing most if not all related information.
Same with weapons
D) Quest Items
Almost all of these stubs are related either to items found in Castle Cimeria and keys, with a few articles dedicated to "III".
E) Quests (see Walkthroughs)
This is less a immediate priority, but something I'd nonetheless see done for the sake of completeness: every instance of dialogue between characters should be recorded *somewhere* on the wiki. This is very broad, and depending on the character or the game could take a little as a few minutes or require hours or even days of research. For example. "The Throne of Chaos" has captions and relatively few characters and dialogue branches, so recording it all should be relatively easy, if a bit time consuming. For "Lands of Lore III", while there is much much more dialogue, it also has a handy journal feature that records all spoken dialogue. By far the biggest and most difficult project will come from "Guardians of Destiny", which not only has many dialogue branches but lacks a caption feature and, to my knowledge, no scripts floating around, so all dialogue must more or less be recorded by ear.
Let me know in the comments if there's anything I may have left out.