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|Editor submission||Staff response|
|Article + section(s)||Description||Submitted by||Status||Reviewed by||Notes|
|Submit edits for review, review list||Want to include example row for others to refer to||Admin||Approved||Admin||No problem|
|Vault||Want to replace all pronouns referring to Spooky from "it" to "they", as Glubfub was referred to as "he" and not "it" by Spooky.||Aktimoose||Ongoing||Hackey5||This is an interesting matter of personification. ‘It’s a padlock button’, or are ‘they a padlock button’? I’ll actually raise it in a poll to determine what people’s impressions are.|
|The Challenge, Trivia||"There is a secret way nearing the end, and to get to it you must avoid going back to normal gravity."||TerrariaBEAST64590||Approved||Hackey5||More detail should be owed to the exploit and should have its own trivia point.|
|Back on Track Trivia||I want to change the cyan pad part from Dry Out to Polargeist Because no cyan pad is in Dry Out||SplatChris802||Resolved||Hackey5||The term ‘respectively’ designates the gravity portal to Dry Out and the gravity pad to xStep.|
|Back on Track, Trivia||I want to add something to the trivia:
The community sometimes makes “Back on Track jokes”, where someone says that a level or coin is harder or easier than Back on Track
|ThreadingKitty||Resolved||Hackey5||Random jokes are not trivia.|
|I wanted to add something to the trivia (not related to community jokes this time):
At 24%, it is possible to jump over a blue launchpad and continue until an unmissable sawblade appears.
|ThreadingKitty||Resolved||Hackey5||Minor and inconsequential. Most levels have cracks and leaks. There must be a more significant effect on progression for this to be worthwhile for inclusion.|
|The Challenge, Trivia||"It uses an official song, named Secret. Its song number is 25. This can be confirmed by using editor hack." This is the source. *||Anonymoususer12321||Approved, pending addition||Hackey5||Verified through image of level editor song selection.|
|Electroman Adventures - Trivia||Electroman Adventures has both the shortest distance between coins (with only 7% passing between the first and second) and the longest (with 72% passing between the seond and third).||FriedEmerald||Resolved||Hackey5||It’s a rather minuscule detail. Not really noteworthy for viewers.|
|Jumper - Trivia||The soundtrack Jumper was originally used in the game Castle Crashers. It is also the oldest soundtrack used in the game, produced in 2005. I want to add "used in the game" (shown in bold), just to be specific. I know, miniscule, but sometimes small things make a big difference.||FriedEmerald||Approved||Hackey5||You've identified an unclear item. I've updated it so that it should read more clearly.|
|Stereo Madness - Trivia||Add "The soundtrack Stereo Madness is still the only soundtrack used in the game that was composed by ForeverBound." I think it's interesting, but it's ok if you don't. The reason why I think it's interesting is because the game is now 5 years old, and this is still the only soundtrack by him in the game.||FriedEmerald||Resolved||Hackey5||The same could be said of other soundtracks such as Deadlocked and Fingerbang. It's insignificant by means of commonality. Plus, the soundtracks can all be observed on the Geometry Dash article where they can all be compared.|
|Jumper, Trivia||The "Jumper" soundtrack is mostly used in Flappy Bird-type user levels. Sometimes it is not.||TerrariaBEAST64590||Resolved||Hackey5||Subjective and not accurate.|
|Level Editor, Trivia||
I believe this is an important distinction, and provides more detail as to what happens. I have also proposed extra notes I think would be useful to add for beginning creators. The second point may be optionally separated.
|Level Editor, Difficulty||Before 1.2 there were only 5 difficulties, Easy, Normal, Hard, Harder, And Insane. However with the introduction of the Demon Level Demon Park, the Demon Difficultly was introduced. Over the updates, and with Update 1.9 and Update 2.0, many people used fan rating, from Very Easy Demon to Extreme Demon. In Update 2.1, Robtop introduced new Demon difficulties, however, since the Extreme Demon is been claimed to be overused, some people like Sea have proposed another Demon difficult.||WikiKansel||Pending||
|Theory of Everything, Secret Coins||Want to change the method on how to get the first coin from: "After passing above a block structure, hop up past a saw-blade, through a false column by the ceiling and over another saw-blade to collect the coin." to a moore specific/reliable method I found: "*Immediately after your UFO leaves contact fully with a block structure prior to the coin, quickly hop up with your UFO 4 times,* through a false column by the ceiling and over a saw-blade to collect the coin." Put in *asterisks*.||FriedEmerald||Pending|
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