I have no experience with spirit beasts and don't have interest in delving in, but I just wanted to comment and offer a suggestion about the structure of this article. The entire framing of this article is a bit problematic due to mixed content. The article is structured in such a way that it blends 3 "categories" of wiki pages: traditional articles, saved post articles, and informal guides. This article blends each of these three seamlessly despite belonging to the "saved posts" category (though it does not follow the article title scheme for saved post articles). The main issue with this is for the sake of historical record and accuracy. It's unclear where an official post from a GM ends and where player-added content begins. The issue with blending informal guides and traditional articles is of far less impact but I'd also like to offer that many things which are acceptable in guides (personal notes, singing off with ones own name, etc) doesn't really have a place in a traditional article. Credit due to those aggregating the information, but there's a lot of credit still waiting for someone who understands spirit beasts to iron it into two or three distinct articles.
- First, please sign your comments with ~~~~. Yes, the structure is an issue, it is a known issue. However, the system went into rewrite just two months after release, so rewriting it from the initial EG posts was pretty pointless. When the system goes a few weeks without changes, I am open to trying to rewrite it. In the meantime, it gives the info needed. VANKRASN39 (talk) 10:26, 29 March 2015 (CDT)
- Revision begun on 6/8, although I have a feeling more will change with HSN. At this point I have a level 20 common beast and need to keep looking for an uncommon, because there doesn't seem to be one on Teras. I also win the weekly challenge every week with little frustration. I will definitely have the person with a legendary beast, and hopefully GM Auchand, look over this before the work-in-progress tag is removed. VANKRASN39 (talk) 17:18, 8 June 2015 (CDT)