The current weekly challenge is the Editing I challenge, in which our Patrons will be challenged to make 50 quality edits to any articles of their choosing. Upon completion of this challenge, please alert us in the comments section below, and we will check your edits before awarding you with your shiny new credits.
250 credits upon completion
Bonus: An additional 100 credits if a quality article in need is created
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Hello fellow Patrons, and welcome to this week's edition of the Strategic Nuclear Moose (SNM) Sentinel, a Nukapedia Wiki News Digest (WND).
The SNM sentinel is a consistent Saturday release, and will be covering everything from wiki-related news, geek culture, and community content established to help incentivize our incredibly hard working and devout editors, who certainly deserve a bit of recognition for their parts in improving and expanding this wiki and the community behind it.
For those that were not around during the Sentinel's origin days, the concept is a community driven one, affording opportunities for our fellow Patrons to contribute towards each edition. Interested in getting to know the community behind the SNM? Feel free to not only join us on our personal Discord here, but also the overall Nukapedia Discord here.
Administrator AllYourFavorites wishes to discuss the verification system in Discord, which is considered by many to be a bit too strong when it comes to attracting and keeping around new chatters. Got an opinion on how to improve it? Make sure to leave a comment!
User Gauhanz, a rather prominent member of our /d community, has decided to bring back his 'How' show in the form of Episode 1 of How Terminology. Give it a look, and show some love.
Sega appears to be in a financial hole as depicted by its 2018 financial report, with losses attributed by the company to product delays, and digital sales plummeting. The company and its intellectual properties are still profitable, thankfully, and Sega vows to grow from this with an emphasis on sequels, remasters, and ports of franchises like Sonic The Hedgehog, Persona, and Yakuza, while lowering digital game prices.
Sekiro is a prominent Souls-like game that features brutal gameplay, and very unforgiving combat mechanics that can lead to make players becoming frustrated, or quitting the game entirely. The Japanese website for this game showcases upcoming game changes that may or may not make the game a bit easier for those that find it difficult to power through the game. Stay tuned to see what these changes end up being.
Image of the Week
A work of art from the mind of kuldarleement over at DeviantArt, titled 'Sunsets with no hope.'
“When the sun has set, no candle can replace it.”
Videos of the Week
Hello, and welcome to the weekly polls! The weekly polls are our attempt to gather community opinions over game-related topics, and to hopefully help foster an environment where our Patrons get together for regular discussion. Please keep in mind while polling, that our questions will often be over various games, instead of focusing on one particular title or genre.
As of last week, our Patrons have made their opinions known, and the results are as follows:
With 3 votes, our Patrons show their empathetic side, having freed the Great Khans from the Legion oppressors, and allowing them safe harbour out of the Mojave to begin anew.
With 2 votes, Elijah was considered a better option for the Brotherhood of Steel's future rather than Arthur Maxson. Now if only he would stop being so self-serving.
For our Patrons that comment below in the comment's section both of their poll selections, we will be awarding 100 credits, so make sure to share your thoughts with your fellow Patrons!
Who is your favourite Hubris Comics character?
Who is your favourite wasteland hero/villain?
Thank you for reading everyone, and we hope you enjoyed our 10th edition of the SNM Sentinel, and we will be looking forward to seeing y'all next Friday!