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  • I read a new page called Sprinkle Spikes and it mentions Vanellope gets hit by the Sprinkle Spikes. I looked into the race scene where Candlehead ignited cherry bombs, and Vanellope only seemed to glitch due to the cherry bomb explosions. I looked closely and did not see any Sprinkle Spikes hitting Vanellope. btw should Sprinkle Spikes and Fluggerbutter Oil be on the " Power-Ups" page? I know they never appeared in the movie but they are power-ups. also Nougetsia's kart in depscription still says Ice Rocket. can i revert that?

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    • Vanellope got hit with sprinkle spikes in the screenplay (the script), but that's one of several things from the script that didn't make it to the actual movie. The full quote, with context, from the screenplay, is:

      Candlehead leans over and lights the cherry stems with the flame on her helmet. They turn into cherry bombs that blast as Vanellope glitches passes them.

      ANNOUNCER: What’s this? Cherry bombs!

      Taffyta hits a Power-Up. Sprinkle spikes shoot out the back of her kart and hit Vanellope.

      TAFFTYA: Stay sweet, glitch!

      If you see someone mention "screenplay", they usually mean the script with those sorts of things in it (I'm having trouble finding a link from a source I think is safe, or I'd link you to it; I can't find the original link I used, and after this long, it's probably a dead link anyway). (EDIT: Aha, the Transcripts Wiki has a copy here.)

      As for those power-ups, I was considering that perhaps being the case when I added the stub template to the sprinkle spike page. I just wasn't sure yet if it was the right thing to do, and I wasn't sure of the best way to do it (i.e. should they just be added or does the page need to be reorganized along with the additions, etc.). The power-up page already covers things that were in the online game but not the movie, so I see no reason why it shouldn't cover power-ups from the book.

      I read the Nougetsia description and edited it myself. The version I ended up with still technically says "Ice Rocket" but it's been changed to be more clear that the kart is similar to the Ice Rocket rather than actually being the Ice Rocket.

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  • A weird quirk I noticedon the regular desktop version of Felix's page, the top quote is rendered correctly as below:

    "I can fix it!"
    ―Fix-It Felix Jr.'s catchphrase

    But on the mobile version of the page, it shows up as::Fix-It Felix Jr.'s catchphrase

    ― I can fix it!

    I don't want to change it without getting your input because I'm concerned the issue will just invert depending on which layout version I edit in. Is this visible to everyone or is it just something weird that I'm seeing on my phone? I checked a few other character pages and they're fine.

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    • I tried putting the quote template on the same line as the beginning of the lead (they were on separate lines before, which is the only difference I can tell between the ones that work and the ones that invert), but I'm not sure it did anything. I tried purging the page to be sure I was seeing the latest version on mobile, but it's still the wrong order on the page I'm seeing. It's definitely not just you, but I don't know what else to do, because the parameters are in the right order (the first one is the quote and the second is the source of the quote). I might have to explore this more in the morning. 0_o

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    • Thanks for looking into this. Evilquoll recently removed a stray HTML tag from the end of the Personality paragraph but that didn't have any effect on the page quote (just checked on mobile myself), so who knows at this point. Let me know if you find a solution; this is making me curious.

      (Although I find it humorous that there's a currently-unfixable issue on Felix's page, of all characters)

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  • Why was the karts I named for the recolors reverted? I know why it got reverted but the Cherriot, Ice Rocket, and Veloci-Wrapper could be the same for the recolors karts except one of their karts would be named the Blueberriot. Although thier recolors, their karts would not have a different name because their the same as the originals but a different color.

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    • I'm sick right now (which is why I didn't answer; I saw your message, but I tend to have a hard time not sounding blunt when I'm sick so I wanted to wait until I could be more clear), but Blueberriot in specific (and just Berriot, I've seen both) is definitely speculation; it was at most a popular fanon name. We don't know for sure what their karts are named and I personally feel that naming their sections by driver of the kart and detailing that the kart has the same characteristics as [main racer's matching kart] is more clear. I was probably a tad overzealous reverting that (I was coming down with something when I did the revert and it was late, a bad combination for prudent editing), but... yeah, that's my basic opinion. I probably could have made my edits in a slightly different way or I could have come talk to you (or someone else--basically anyone I could have run that revert by to get feedback) first.

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    • I hope you get better soon. By the way I think I might know what the racers that dont come with stats are from a fan game i downloaded.

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    • Whatever that fan game is, it probably doesn't apply here. It'd be fanon/not canon, and there's a whole other wiki for Wreck-It Ralph fanon, so it doesn't get covered here because it's not official.

      As for getting better, I'm on the mend now, but it'll probably be another day (maybe 2, but I doubt it) before I'm all the way back to normal.

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  • The karts I edited for recolors was because their karts could have the same name as the original karts. Yes their recolors, but im pretty sure the karts should have the same name

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  • Did my edits for Rancis get deleted? i understand why you reverted it but some of the racers have official stats. why not for Rancis?

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    • I reverted it mostly because I thought there should be discussion amongst wiki users about whether it was appropriate to add them and where/how best to do so. It's not necessarily that the information shouldn't be in the article at all, just that I thought it merited more discussion first.

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  • I had to edit one part on the Sugar Rush Speedway page where it mentions: you can get two                Power-Ups but the second one cannot be activated. When I played the game, you can activate the second power-up by collecting the same item. correct me if I got anything misspelled.

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    • I also had to edit Sticky Slick and Syrup Puddle. Their effects in the game are the opposite.             Sticky Slick slows whomever hits it. Syrup Puddle prevents steering.

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  • Earlier Today, I was playing Sugar Rush Speedway on the Sugar Rush track. i looked and compared the karts to the real image of the karts from the movie. i noticed karts like Snowanna's kart was a white snowcone cup instead of pink. may have been a attempt from the Concept Art. this is the same with taffyta's kart and adorbeezle's kart. on the right side of Candlehead's kart the number 7 is mirrored and Rancis's Kart is missing candy tail lights. Swizzle's spoiler and lightstand are blue instead of purple.

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  • i was also reading a article for the online version of Sugar Rush Speedway. there was a part in trivia where it also mentions something about a glitch if you press t but the second item can't be activated. you can use the second item, but you need collect the same weapon by collecting sugar cube items.

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  • i was reading an article for Snowanna Rainbeau and there was one part it mentions: in the online version of Sugar Rush,Snowanna has no face.I played the game and she did have a face. the afro should have been a helmet.

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    • I'll need to look at the game to see that for myself. I know Adorabeezle was technically the only face file that got created (IIRC)... but because of that I can see them making the hair/helmet cover her face to avoid the implication that it was deliberate whitewashing (as opposed to lazy/space-saving coding). But I haven't played the game recently, so I'd need to check it out to be sure.

      EDIT: Aha, it seems it was a little different but possibly for similar reasons. She's set really low in the kart, probably largely to look like the concept art, so if one doesn't look closely, she appears to have no face because of the size of the helmet/hair. (Having the face so low would also keep people from realizing it's not her face. :P) I'll take a look at the article!

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  • can we make our own fan page?

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