- 1 All content removed?
- 2 Links to itself
- 3 There is so much more information going into the forums
- 4 Ship setup
- 5 Page missing too much relevant information
- 6 Motherships in Wormholes
- 7 Environments update
- 8 Updated?
- 9 Wormhole levels
- 10 Table's Formatting/Wiki Code
- 11 Wormhole Types
- 12 Anoikis
- 13 Conflation
- 14 Wrong information
- 15 Unlisted Wormhole
All content removed?
Why was virtually the entire page removed? Can we please bring back the content prior to the 27 November vandalization? Why was it then locked in the vandalized state? ZaBob 22:14, 22 December 2011 (UTC)
+1 I used to use the old wh page regularly to work out what ships we can fit through a given wh. Now it's completely useless. Great EVElopedia upgrade CCP! Irongut 05:12, 23 December 2011 (UTC)
- Problems being caused by Vol_ckang are being discussed here. Wyke Mossari 06:54, 24 December 2011 (UTC)
Links to itself
Why this page has tens of links to itself? That is extremely bad navigation design! Also makes text hard to read when every single "wormhole" word is wikilinked. Please fix! --Yaar Podshipnik 22:19, 14 March 2009 (UTC)
- Fixed --ISD BH Lenider 00:21, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
- I've also fixed this problem in the section titles, along with the table formatting. =) Sable Blitzmann 14:50, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
http://web.archive.org/web/20110710205720/http://wiki.eveonline.com/en/wiki/Wormholes Sable Blitzmann 14:50, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
There is so much more information going into the forums
I have a question about this topic, but also policy. Is there any reason we can't post data like this:
In these pages? Perhaps another page 'Wormhole_Class'?
This is information that's not been specifically released by CCP and isn't maintained, but it's very useful and has been 'discovered' by the community. --Marconi Bandr 23:03, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
I would have liked to make a minor edit to change 'most' pilots would choose to self destruct to 'many' pilots would choose to self destruct. You would only choose to self destruct if you didn't care about your ship or your loot. There are plenty of stories in the forums of folks talking there way home via the local channel. --Marconi Bandr 23:07, 26 March 2009 (UTC)
I doubt there are many stories about that... there is no local channel in wormhole space. --Armrha 17:38, 9 April 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, there is. However, unlike k-space local, people in w-space systems do not show up in local unless they speak in local. Once you speak in local, you show up in the local channel and everyone can see that you're there, even though you can't see them. --Sable Blitzmann 15:00, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
Unless theres one I feel there should be a wormhole ship setup page.
It should be from what fleet of ships that currently works in wormhole from the easiest W-space to the hardest one. What ship works and what doesn't. That kind of stuff.
Page missing too much relevant information
We cannot edit page as its an official guide. That's okay... would it be possible to link to a spoilers page from it though?
The dozens of links to self are indeed really annoying...
The page itself doesn't cover enough technical details about what kind of tank to have. Required DPS. Sleeper NPC details. A list of WH life span, mass limits, and where they link to. Possible group tactics and ship loadouts. Rewards. T3 production map. Required skill levels for salvaging / hacking / etc. And probably a lot of trivia, which is the essence of all wiki's.
So... I'm gonna get started on Wormhole Reference in the hopes of filling in the blanks. Hope there's nothing wrong with sharing "spoiler" information on this wiki.
wormhole numbering, what is present is not sufficient to understand what you are looking at. ie., your example of U210 leads to null space but going to the chart it shows lo sec as the target ....
Motherships in Wormholes
According to the maximum jumpable mass Motherships can enter a lvl6 Wormhole (U319) Maximum jumpable mass of U319: 1.800.000.000 kg Aeon: 1.546.875.000 kg Nyx: 1.615.625.000 kg Hel: 1.409.375.000 kg Wyvern: 1.650.000.000 kg
Can anyone confirm this?
can anyone link the environment part of the article to this page: ?
Hasn't this page become incorrect since one of the latest patches? From what I understand don't wormholes now always lead to combat zones with sleepers in them under different classes ie class 1, class 2 .... class 6.
I'm just curious cause other guides online are talking about this class stuff where as the description of wormholes on this page does not mention classes or sleepers.
This article doesn`t even mention anything about wormhole levels and how to identify that level. It would be nice to know that!
Jenna Sol 16:43, 30 October 2009 (UTC)
Table's Formatting/Wiki Code
I recently made changes to the table code. Before it looked like a WYSIWYG editor spit the code out, and now it's much neater. However, It's still a bit messy, namely the `padding:0.5em` attribute to EVERY table cell. I was not able to find a way to declare this attribute once and have it apply to all table cells and maintain the look of the tables as they were. If someone who is more experience with Wiki code, specifically table code, can find a way to have all the table cells have a uniform padding without declaring the attribute with each cell, that would be great. it would clear up a lot of apparent redundancy and allow me to change the code from one line per table cell to one line per row (I can do this now, but having that padding attribute applied to all cells makes it look really ugly)
Thanks! --Sable Blitzmann 14:56, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
PS: these changes that I'm referring to are completely behind-the-scene changes to clean up the articles' raw formatting. I'm not talking about changing the tables as they look on the article itself.
Can we have a sub-headings for each wormhole system type under the Environment Heading, to make linking to specifics possible. Wyke Mossari 15:19, 10 August 2010 (UTC)
Wyke Mossari 09:49, 13 September 2010 (UTC)
At the moment this page conflates two separate entities the wormhole with the systems. Surely these should be separate pages Wyke Mossari 12:12, 12 April 2011 (UTC)
Under Wormhole collapse it should say under 10% for mass being critical not 5% but I can't edit it to correct it --Omega Flames 22:17, 20 October 2011 (UTC)
I have edited this, there seems to be some confusion on the subject holes have a mass variation on their spawn, this is what makes some people assume the percentages are different this information has also been added --Setsune rin 01:00, 24 Januari 2013 (UTC)
Just found a wormhole that leads to an unclaimable -1.0 sec system. Wormhole K162