It baffles me as the most popular Atelier game, which is Atelier Ryza, has less information content than the rest of the games. While I understand the game is just like 2 years old, considering a lot of people played this game I thought it would make sense this game is on hyped to be edited...
I'm replaying Atelier Ryza now with the current version updated (finished the game on v.1.0.0). Hopefully its still enjoyable when I first played it.
I've been thinking that the the current lists of skills for the characters (when present) are a bit disorganised. For example, Escha's skill table for Atelier Shallie is a bit hard to read, being that long and mixing active, passive and burst skills. The rest of characters for the others games are the same.
Recently, I've added the skills for some characters in Atelier Sophie and Atelier Firis. I'm missing some details in most of them (when they are learned, for example), but I've been using a format that I think is more clear. You can see, as an example, Sophie Neuenmuller's skills in Atelier Sophie and in Atelier Firis. Basically, what I propose is to have three different tables: one for active skills (with MP cost, level learned, description, ta…
Here are some tracks I love. Actually, there are many tracks that I love for each game. Initially, I was going write two non-battle tracks and two battle tracks for each game, but since the recent games have more than 3 discs, I'm going to add at least one for each recent games. Regular style is for non-battle music. Italic is for battle music. Bold is for recommended tracks.
- 1 Ken Nakagawa
- 2 Daisuke Achiwa
- 3 Kazuki Yanagawa
- 4 Yu Shimoda
- 5 Hayato Asano
- 6 Tatsuya Yano
- Atelier Viorate
- Madder, Far-away
- Trotting Through the Darkness
- Atelier Iris 2
- Continent That Rides the Wind
- Shining Sword
- Atelier Iris 3
- Welcome to the Workshop!
- Rain of Blossoms
- Mana Khemia
- A Boy's Worries
- Splendid Force
- Hallucinate Bell
- Mana Khemia 2
- For Whom I Must Protect
- Fanatical Roar
Hello all Atelier Wiki contributors, I am planning on creating/updating all of the item articles for Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea but I would like some help transcribing all of the articles to the wiki. If you would like to help me with this project please post a message either here or on my message wall. Otherwise it may take me a few months at best to transcribe every item in the game and develop a template to link all of the pages together. :)
For reference around the wiki, I thought I'd make a list of everything I've found out there, however obscure or plain.
Currently, the main series soundtracks really need a navbox.
Here it is:
- 1 Full soundtracks
- 1.1 Main series
- 1.2 Other official Atelier titles
- 1.3 Other Gust Games (Not counting the major series)
- 1.4 Ar Tonelico
- 2 Other sound
- 2.1 Vocal
- 2.2 Other other
- 3 Composers
- Atelier Annie
- Atelier Lise
- Atelier Lina (I can't remember which one is Lise and which one is Lina...)
- The Adventures of Robin Lloyd (This is incredible! you should listen to it! it can be found inside the 20th anniversary box, disc 41); (composed by Tsuchiya)
- Falcata (Disc 37 of the box, composed by Yamanishi)
- Hresvelgr (...Disc 42, composed by Tsuchiya and some other guy)
- Kuroi Hitomi …
My duties on another wiki are starting to require a lot of knowledge of the . I should hit the books.
Of course, I copied this from somewhere; a lot of these parameters might be redundant to stuff already in there; I haven't read through the entire css.
This place is a lot more organized than the other place I edit at, so I assume there aren't many loopholes in it.
mw:Manual:CSS is where I'll be reading up.
Just making this blog post to have this somewhere outside of my cluttered userpage.
Did anybody pre-order it? Can't wait for it to come out.. it should be soon!
I must admit that I've still got Escha & Logy on my shelf. I didn't preorder it but did buy it, and I am going to play it... but, I haven't gotten around to it yet. >.> I wonder though, should I play that first before playing Shallie? I know that some of the characters are the same. I haven't played anything else since Atelier Ayesha, so I'm feeling a little bit behind..
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We are stopping by to spread the word! Mana Khemia: Alchemists of Al-Revis has been nominated in the category Super Moves & Special Attacks.
I haven't had a chance to play the game yet... has anybody else? I know it only came out a few days ago, but I've been hearing about it here and there. It's a shame the series isn't very well known or played, (or JRPGs in general for that matter), because I have a feeling that this one is going to be good. Better than Ayesha anyways, I hope.
I made a quick review of my initial thoughts of Atelier Ayesha when I first played it (which was a preorder). I'm much too busy to invest time in an extensive JRPG right now though, unfortunately. I'm hoping that this new release is improved from Ayesha and won't be disappointing. Ayesha really took some time to grow on me and I wasn't completely sold on how much I enjoyed it until my second play through…
I haven't been editing much, but I'm still here. :( Lurking!
Haven't had much time to play games lately, and after finishing playing Meruru for my billionth time, I needed a break. Thanks to all the editors for their hard work though.. hopefully this wiki will get more traffic when the newest game comes out.
Well, I've decided to write this post because I'm bored. :P I really like the Atelier games. They're cute and fun, but at times can also be dark and mysterious. I love some of the characters, and I'm still waiting for the NA release of Atelier Escha and Logy. :X Come on, NIS America! P.S. I'd love to talk to some of you if you want, I love meeting new people. :D
I pre-ordered Atelier Ayesha and was eagerly awaiting it's release date. Since the release, I've been playing the game for the last week and have managed to make some pretty good progress. So far, I'm not finding that I'm enjoying it as much as I thought I would.
Although it's fun, it doesn't really bring anything that's totally new to the franchise that makes me say 'wow.' The more I play, the more I want to be finished. It doesn't really have that addiction of needing to play more and more like Totori and Meruru did. I'm definitely going to see it through to the end, and I will probably play it more than once as well. Maybe it will grow on me the more that I play, but for now, I think I much prefer Meruru and Totori.
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I have been doing the AI2, AI3, and MK characters pages. My mother tongue is not English, so I found it is ridiculously hard to describe characters' appearance AND clothings. But I love this wiki, I love editing, and I find it is to my liking being a wikia editor. I would like for anyone to help me with describing characters, especially their clothings. I hate the fact I never find appropriate words to explain the characters' clothing, so I have to go back and forth in translating the sentences in my mother language to English, which is very annoying and tiring.
As for editing, please do mind punctuations, capitalizations, grammar and spellings. And also, let's keep this wiki clear of any vandalism. ;) I appreciate everyone wanting to edit,…
So I enabled achievements, what do you guys think? Do you thinks it's nice to have or a unnecessary distraction? I am currently editing the graphics of the badges but not very creative in renaming them to match an atelier theme. I think only admin can see the list of badges so if you receive a badge and can think of a better name or picture, comment here.
I was thinking, wouldn't it be perhaps a good addition if we incorporated some gameplay help on the wiki? It might be useful for people who are browsing the site.
For instance, what if off of the Gino page, you could click to see the requirements for obtaining his ending? That way, it wouldn't be leaving spoilers just sitting on his main page, and it also allows for some extra, useful information.
And what if each game got its own page for detailing the ways to obtain each main ending (non-character)? To me personally, I would find that to be a nice addition.
I didn't know if I was allowed to just start adding some of this stuff (especially being new and all), but if anybody thinks it's a good idea, I'd be glad to get to work.