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Re:SFIII TimelineEdit

That was not about chronologically of SFIII, there must be next generation about time, 3rd generation of Street Fighter III, 4th generation of Street Fighter IV and 5th generation of Street Fighter V, you got wrong years, but the Street Fighter V was the new generation.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Armaxilump (talkcontribs)

Look, there a generation and they must be next game of Street Fighter.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Armaxilump (talkcontribs)

Hello. Edit

Thank you very much for creating the Mu page. I know it doesn't seem like much, but the OMEGA mode articles have been fairly neglected and every little bit helps a lot. c: --FFVAExdeathmenu Lord G. matters. Talk to me. FFVAExdeathmenu 01:20, June 16, 2016 (UTC)

Story Edit


Of course not you. I think BlazeSeed366 added that text, all of his recounting texts are that bad gramamtically. I let him know earlier but he didn't respond. --Transparentmatyko Saki At your service. 13:34, July 3, 2016 (UTC)

Haggar SFV art Edit

I'm pretty sure the pic of Haggar is actually just concept art.  It is referred to as concept art in multiple places (such as and, and we have at least one piece of art of a character looking noticably different from how they are in-game (shown here: )—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

Eventhubs and Shoryuken aren't Capcom. As seen here in the intro, its from their official character guide [], your example of Birdie doesn't work, that image is what he looked like in his younger days during SFI, his SFV artwork appears at the bottom of the page. Also every other character on this wikia who has an entry, uses the artwork from the character guide.—Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

Exactly, couldn't have explained it better than anon 107.-- 10:18, July 10, 2016 (UTC)

According to those news sources, the "character guide" is merely what those characters COULD have looked like in Street Fighter V (just dolled up to be a series of Shadaloo reports that gives us insight on some of the other characters in the SF universe for fun), which is basically what concept art is.  Also, that is not what Birdie looked like during SF1, so that can't be what they're referring to:  If that was just meant to be a reference to the fact that he looks different from way back when, they would have just gone with his SF Alpha design.  The first pic in that file is likely just the first attempted design for the character before he was redesigned to be a fat guy.  Other characters also go through this sort of redesign (such as Guy and Akuma; more on that in a bit).

And concept art debate aside, I personally don't think the wikia should be using pics that do not actually represent characters as they are in their most recent prominent appearance, especially when many of those articles won't even have a Street Fighter V section for that character because they're not actually in the game.  It's very misleading.  Example:  This depiction of Akuma is VERY different from how he is in every other game, and yet it is not actually a depiction that has, to my knowledge, currently made a single appearance in a Street Fighter game, comic, etc.  Why use this picture as his primary article picture when it has absolutely no significance in anything Street Fighter-related outside of that one character entry?  I'm starting to slightly diverge from the issue here, but my point is this: in my opinion, that Street Fighter V character guide artwork is not actually a good way to represent a character's article when it's not actually representing anything actually relevant about that character and when, in the cases where there is a notable change, such as Akuma or Haggar, there is no actual section in the article for why they suddenly look like that.

. 17:09, July 10, 2016 (UTC)

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