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Tactical Atomic Panda's Challenge of the week!
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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Bank of the SNM
The bank is now open, securing any and all SNM-related currencies earned by our Patrons. The bank is also where our virtual shop is located, so check in as new stock is continually released!
Make sure to welcome our newest content creator, The Dyre Wolf, who brings us his unique brand of mod-reviews, found at the Patrons' Lounge!
Dyre is also the host of Trending Today, so give his blogs a visit.
The Proving Grounds are where our Patrons can gather to cheer on their favourite contestants, and determine who makes it out of the Skuz Pitt in one piece. Maybe.
The Proving Grounds also provides a training ground for newer users, with a mentorship program in place to see them through their trials.
While the SNM loves to provide its own content for the community enjoy, our main drive is to get the community involved and inspired! Got an idea that you'd like the SNM to host? Why not head over to the Patrons' Lounge, and get to know your fellow content creators?
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.
- Content Moderator L84Tea has recently decided to hand in her Content Moderator rights. For those of you not well acquainted with this user, L84Tea joined our wiki and community in 2018, and has since then made large-scale, quality edits that have greatly benefited our content and its quality. Her departure from the staff will be felt for some time, and we wish her well.
- On the flip-side, if you haven't already, make sure to give our newest administrator, Kdarrow a warm and hearty welcome, as she's been making waves in our community during her relatively short tenure here. Still need to catch up on our newest addition? You can find her concluded administration request here.
- Recently our voting requirement regarding policy votes has been updated. The discussion may be found here, while the concluded vote can be found here. Make sure to give these forums a read, as they do entail important changes for users looking to get involved in changes made to the wiki and its community.
- An important aspect of the wiki is its encyclopedic nature, which inspires regular debate over how to standardize our articles to adhere to professional standards. One such debate can be found here, and covers the topic of player perspective within our articles. The vote is on the horizon, so make sure to put in your opinion(s)!
- Amazon Studios has recently licenses the rights to create a television series adaptation of the Fallout games, leaded by Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy, and Athena Wickham. Created by the minds of Westworld, Kilter Studios is working with Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks, and ZeniMax Media to bring the Fallout universe to the screen, and will focus on both a dark and humorous atmosphere. We will report in the adaptation's development as it comes, so stay tuned!
- As of 20 hours ago, Fallout 76 has released a new event titled 'A Colossal Problem', providing several updates and content releases. So what does this mean? Well, the event allows you to "Venture deep into the heart of Monongah," a location that you will have to nuke premptively before you can truly begin your newest adventure. You can go solo or with a party of up to 8 players, where the Wendigo Colossus can be fought and defeated for a chance at great riches!
- Included in recent updates to 76, players will be able to place solid walls with doorway walls inside their C.A.M.P.S, and receive daily quests from the settler forager ally.The Secret Service srmor and underarmor now work properly and are able to now be purchased.
- For those of you interested in universe of Avatar: The Last Airbender & The Legend of Korra, Michael Dante DiMartino, one of the original show’s creators, announced that he and co-creator Bryan Konietzko have made the decision to depart the series. Having joined up with Netflix, a live-action adaptation of the show is currently in the works, inspiring creative differences between the parties over a lack of creative freedom. The series will continue without the two, and an open-letter over the matter has been released here.
- A sequel to the videogame adapation for Vampire: The Masquerade has been in the works for quite some time now, and recently, lead narrative designer Brian Mitsoda & creative director Ka’ai Cluney have been removed from the project. Paradox Interactive & Hardsuit Labs announced the layoffs on their website, saying that the decision to remove the two leads was a “Joint decision” made by both the respective development studio and its publisher. The creative director role will be filled by Ubisoft's Alexandre Mandryka as a creative consultant.
- Announced on EA's website, EA Access and Origin Access subscription services are now being combined under a new name: EA Play. The company states that while there will not be any any immediate major changes coming, that there will be future, exclusive in-game challenges and rewards that will be progressively revealed for members in the coming months. The same prices members are used to for Origin Access and Origin Access premier respectively will be used for the rebrands, meaning EA Play will cost $5 per month, or $30 per year, and EA Play pro will be $15 per month, or $100 per year.
- Embracer Group’s along with THQ Nordic, has announced the acquisition of 8 new studios, including Metro series developer 4A Games, and Insurgency developer New World Interactive, both of which will operate independently under Saber Interactive’s umbrella. 4A will continue to build upon the Metro series, in addition to working on a multiplayer collaboration with Saber and a new AAA I.P. that hasn't yet been disclosed to the general public. New World Interactive will continue to build upon Insurgency with Insurgency: Sandstorm, as well as a new AAA I.P. of their own, also not yet diclosed to the general public.
Image of the Week
A work of art from the mind of kuldarleement over at DeviantArt, titled 'Solar circles.'
“When the sun has set, no candle can replace it.”
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