Adding Rare Monsters
Posted 09 November 2011 - 07:10 PM
So these are just a few examples. As you can see there are both the rare (yellow) named monsters with random affixes such as mortar, molten etc. Then we have the even rarer purple named monsters with unique titles. Lloigor the Crazed already has a wiki page, but I believe since they've added more of these purple mobs in the beta that it could be structured better with categories and a template for similar monsters. Both to make it look better and prepare for release. Even thou the current ones, except from Lloigor, seems to be placeholders (no specific abilities, low health, no drops) getting pages up for them wouldn't hurt.
Sooo, I'll let you wiki-people decide on how to actually structure it up. Is it even worth putting the yellow mobs up? I'd say why not? The more data the merrier .. maybe.
I'll gladly help fill in stuff once the templates are set.
Posted 10 November 2011 - 12:32 AM
The "Rare" ones (yellow title) can randomly spawn in designated areas. Some areas they actually can't spawn (like Old Tristram Road normal mode). These will have generated titles drawn from a pool of names. So far we know all the possible names that can be generated, and that there are in fact pools of names for specific abilities (like Molten can get "Vulcan", "Pyros", or "Foulstew") and generic ones, but we don't know how it decides when to use which pool. The least that can be done here is just a list of the names and their association - again feel free to start even with a simple list
You can figure out the names from other places on the internet, like here for example. This is also a good place to figure out the levels of the monsters.
Edit: I realized the Headclever link doesn't have a page yet, but he does have a raw data entry here: http://www.diablowik...pcs/Headcleaver . Most monsters already have a page but need more information.
Edited by Apoc, 10 November 2011 - 12:33 AM.
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