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User talk:PIE MAN3

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Hey, I saw that you reverted the changes I made to the Silver Armor page (added Boots of Ostara to "See Also"), though I have a question about that since you said the reason was "Not related." Boots of Ostara are related to the Silver Armor set because you can switch out the Silver Greaves for Boots of Ostara and still get the set bonus, it's basically an alternative to completing the set. Not trying to start an argument, just curious as to why you say they're not related when they most definitely are. TH3C4K3S (talk)

PIE MAN3 may have been mistaken in his edit summary, although since the Boots of Ostara are linked prominently in the intro already, there doesn't seem to be a need to repeat a link in a See Also section as well. Generally speaking, See Also is for related items that aren't otherwise mentioned and linked in the article already. Equazcion (talk) 02:41, 17 Jun 2015 (UTC)

Reversion of Change to Spelunker Potion[edit source]

I saw you reverted my change to the Spelunker Potion article. Perhaps I could have provided more information as to the potential biome or conditions, however it was present shortly after a Blood Moon and in an area that is Forest biome but also very close to synthetic Jungle and Mushroom Biomes, so it is difficult for me to say for certain at this time just what may have dropped it. I also do not expect to focus on attempting to determine it in the immediate future, else I would not have considered making the change.

The Drops page does not list any monster dropping that item, yet as it was found on the ground not near a Chest or Pot in an area that I have well and thoroughly trafficked, and given that I have virtually never carried Spelunker potions with me, it appears that the only reasonable conclusion is that there is some monster that drops Spelunker potions. By noting that possibility, I believe it encourages other users to help identify that monster and contribute the information to the wiki.

I will add the information to the Spelunker Potion talk page for now, though I sincerely believe it should be mentioned on the potion's page.Esaelon (talk) 18:10, 6 July 2015 (UTC)

I reverted your edit as I felt that the information you added didn't really need to be said. Multiple types of potion can be found in chests and pots, so I feel that information isn't necessary. You may have gotten one dropped from a monster, however I feel that one person's experience is not enough evidence to say that it drops from a monster. If other people can confirm this it would be fine to add to the page. PIE MAN3 (talk) 01:43, 7 July 2015 (UTC)
Later, as I noted on Talk:Spelunker Potion, shortly after moving the information there I came across two more that dropped at night in the same general location, and not in proximity with a Blood Moon. I strongly suspect it may be the Wraith dropping them based on the sounds heard of the monsters being killed (by minions) before those two potions were located, yet it must be quite a rare drop as I have not been able to verify the source yet. There is absolutely no question that some monster is dropping them, however, unless you are suggesting that Spelunker Potions appear on the Surface purely spontaneously?Esaelon (talk) 02:00, 7 July 2015 (UTC)
It is possible that a monster could drop them, as it would be strange for them just to appear. I'm not saying you're lying, it's just that we don't know enough about it to add it to the page as fact. PIE MAN3 (talk) 02:07, 7 July 2015 (UTC)