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Is there a Battle Network page for Rush? Mr-Press 11:25, January 1, 2010 (UTC)
I have noticed that when the following picture (Super MegaMan) appears on the main page (random character box), unlike all others, you cant click on it to go to the character description. I dont know how to fix it (or if there is a way), but I just thought I'll bring it to attention. ItchyNutz 19:58, January 14, 2012 (UTC)
- That's odd, there doesn't appear to be anything wrong or different with the code. So, I don't know :P, maybe its just being weird. -- Udana 22:52, January 14, 2012 (UTC)
Adapter vs. Adaptor
This article uses both instances interchangeably. I wish to standardize it by limiting the use to only one. However, the question is, which one is used in the franchise (e.g. in the games, complete works books, manga/comics, etc.). I suspect it might be both. Personally I motion towards "adapter", as it seems more proper, but will wait for some input and/or source. So if anyone has any idea on this matter, please contribute. Thank you in advance! ItchyNutz (talk) 20:25, June 1, 2013 (UTC)
- Obviously, the games have priority over the other sources; Mega Man 6 reads "adaptor". If the games say nothing, Japan-made material is the next source to trust: first, material directly linked to the games (manuals and boxes), then secondary material (mangas). And all those (disgusting) US-made media (cartoons, comics and fake mangas) have no priority at all. ---Abacos (talk) 23:38, April 19, 2016 (UTC)