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  • Acknowledgements and thanks
    • Ah, I hadn't realised Dual Skana use a separate recipe! I'll leave a note on the page to clarify.
    • Regarding Hikou - quite right, the Hikou would be worse, my thanks.
    • Vasto - makes sense, my mistake for including it in the wrong paragraph. I suppose it's noted in the infobox, regardless.
    Points to discuss
    • Disambiguation on augment: I disagree, a brief definition is sometimes acceptable, eg: W:Science (disambiguation). I find it redundant to explain exactly what each type is, after the link, as it was previously. Perhaps a briefer version would be more acceptable? eg:
      • " Augments are special mods that can be added to Warframes and weapons to boost abilities or provide other special effects. There are two types: ... [links]"
    • Is the reason Regulators take criticals due to their machinery health? So would it be correct that object health is independent of the "environmental objects instead of a unit" bit, mentioned on the article? Similarly, would this also be the case for Security Camera, which is classed as robotic?
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    • Techhead7890 wrote:

      Disambiguation on augment: [...] a brief definition is sometimes acceptable [...].

      Sure, we can have that.

      I find it redundant to explain exactly what each type is, after the link, as it was previously.

      I consider it necessary, since Warframe Augments and Weapon Augment do very different things. The former adds new mechanics to an ability or completely changes how it works, while the latter only adds stats (that are also present on other mods) and the syndicate effect.

      Edit: Meh, just remembered that the newer Arena/Ambulas Augments also add unique effects.

      The description of Weapon Augments seems to be rather outdated, so that's definitely something that needs changing.




      Is the reason Regulators take criticals due to their machinery health?

      Yeah, object health is kind of an exception to this as well as some other rules.

      So would it be correct that object health is independent of the "environmental objects instead of a unit" bit, mentioned on the article?

      Not quite sure what you want to ask here. Object health is pretty much only used in environmental objects (or part of certain abilities) and never as health on acting units.

      Similarly, would this also be the case for Security Camera, which is classed as robotic?

      Yes.

      Minor note: Make sure not to confuse Regulators and Sensor Regulators. The things we spoke about here are the same for both of them though.

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