But I wasn't referring to what the page said, I was saying that according to what is listed in the game, the skill only pulls at HALF THE LISTED VALUE, so writing "(...) half the listed value (...)" makes perfect sense.
And yes, I'm aware of the most basic grammatical structuring. But because "...(or vice versa)..." had no bearing on what I was responding to, I put my text before "...(or vice versa)...". Then I forgot to remove"...(or vice versa)..." altogether.
Does it make you feel superior pointing out minor mistakes? Does it help you forget that daddy beat you when you were 7? 5 years ago wasn't too far back, so I imagine it's still fresh in your memory, but if these small things help you cope, I won't stop you. I'll even help.
How old are you? Because I'm 20 this year and looking at your response I can see a little no-life child playing only CS and telling everybody that he f**ked theirs mothers. If you wanted to tell others what you meant, you should just correct it on ability page. I will write to admins to ban you, because there's no place for something like that.
You say you're 20, but you respond to posts as though you are 12. I only responded in kind to your line of
"Btw you know that sentences are 'one piece' up to , or . and what 'vice versa' mean, right?". That was wholly condescending of you, and I was using an extreme example of your own actions.
Now if you were truly asking if I have a firm grasp on the English language, you went about it poorly and came off sounding like a d**k.
"If you wanted to tell others what you meant, you should just correct it on ability page."
What is the "it" that you are referring to? If you are referring to the fact that I put something along the lines of "the skills range is only half the listed amount", then there shouldn't be any need for clarification.
Why would I add something to the wiki to say that there is a bug on the wiki when I could just as easily change the wiki and remove the wiki's bug myself? Anyone with even a hint of common sense could see that I was saying that the bug was in game.
I'm not native speaker so I can makes mistakes and even don't know about them. But you know what? I'm proud I don't live in any pathology family or something you're writing about (I don't care if you have so great knowledge about that from autopsy) and that my father taught me to be nice to others, even if they are rude. Offending me? Sure, do that, I don't care what you think about me (if at all). But offending my family means that you don't have any others arguments and it shows your intelligence.
In example you pointed 'it' refers to 'what you meant', which further refers to what you wrote and what wrote somebody else to clarify it. Oh, again 'it'. And again refers to 'what you meant'.
The question I asked after 'btw' was only to be sure you understood what I said because I saw no sense why you repeated what I said. If you're so good in English maybe we'll start using German? Or French? Or any language you wish? There's no difference for me as long as I know somebody will understand me. Now I'm done and nothing will change what I know now about you.
Don't worry, I didn't mean to scare anybody. My summaries are reference to something that is (or was) on edited page, creating some kind of story. Maybe one day somebody will find the real meaning of those words... but it probably would be too late...
Btw Sorry if I make some mistakes with grammar or something, I'm not native speaker.