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Wiki Contributions

In recognition of the excellent contributions that Brossow has made to the MH Wiki.
  -- Grexx 21:41, 5 March 2009 (UTC)

Some notable contributions:

  • Major revamp of the Main Page. (Dec 2008)
  • Creating many of the templates in use at the moment.
  • Major cleanup to the Mice page and creation of the Mice table. (2 Jan 2009)
  • Creating and maintaining the Cheat Sheet. (10 Feb 2009)

MythMonger Wiki


Thanks for beginning the wiki for MythMonger.

We were planning to setup a wiki for MythMonger on our servers, the same way we setup one for MouseHunt.

We'd love your help, as you've done such an awesome job for us on MouseHunt. It would be silly for us to start again, so please consider sending us the database dump for this wiki!

Please message me on Facebook! =)

Giorgio Sintichakis 02:45, 16 July 2009 (UTC)


Sorry about creating extra work for you. Thanks for clearing up a few of my blunders, I'm pretty new to this. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Davidbrowne (talkcontribs)

I have been reading the wiki ever since I started playing, but finally decided a few days ago to start helping when I saw stuff that I thought needed to be done, so a steep learning curve (two days) later I make my first page by myself with the wonderful help of the templates. This is why I love this game, and specifically this wiki, I (the uber newbie wiki editor) see the new GB House trap info and do my best to get a new page up with all the proper info in real time. Being a newb though, and having to run out the door in the middle of my edits because the freezing weather made our pipes explode, I left my page in disarray. I am very thankful, and I am sure others are as well, that you have shown so much dedication to a consistent style and format. I look forward to you correcting my many mistakes in the future. --Niehusa 03:00, 11 December 2009 (UTC)

We're glad to have you aboard and appreciate your helpful contributions! The great thing about a wiki is that errors -- made both by newbies and seasoned editors -- can easily be corrected and adjustments made. Sorry to hear about your burst pipes! No such disasters here (knock on wood) but it's been very cold (-8°F when I got up this morning) so I can sympathize. There are lots of editors here at least as dedicated as I am, and it's truly a group effort. Again, we're happy to have you as part of the group. Welcome aboard! If you have any questions or need assistance with editing, don't hesitate to ask myself or any of the other editors who have been around for a long time. (Hate to name names at the risk of leaving people out, but off the top of my head I know Grexx, Camomiletea and M. are frequently around and willing to help.) Happy editing and hunting! --B.Rossow · talk 03:12, 11 December 2009 (UTC)

Cheat Sheet

Regarding the Mice table under Cheat Sheet, wanted to check with you if this edit converting the columns back into one row was intended? Was just working on splitting it up when I suddenly recalled having done it before and went to check the history and noticed your edit on it. Curious about the rationale behind it, since the original idea was to make it easier to adjust for changes to mice locations. -- Grexx 19:22, 26 December 2009 (UTC)

I certainly found Grexx's layout useful; less counting, less opportunity for mistakes. -- Camomiletea 20:09, 26 December 2009 (UTC)
I'm of the opposite opinion and found the seemingly randomly broken-up rows to be confusing and extremely hard to edit. One row just makes good sense to me, but whatever. If having it split up makes it somehow easier for the majority to deal with, so be it. A note describing exactly how it's split up would be greatly appreciated, however, as I could see no rhyme or reason to it and struggled greatly to make even simple changes. Counting across makes sense to me and should be easier for future editors, but again, whatever, :-) --B.Rossow · talk 20:18, 26 December 2009 (UTC)
Ah ok, they were actually split along regional lines as described under the talk page. It actually cuts down on the counting needed whenever a new location or mouse location is added, so rather than counting from the first column you can start at the exact region. I'll move the instructions to the top of the page and include in a quick note within the article itself so it's easier to follow :) -- Grexx 05:37, 27 December 2009 (UTC)

Mouse weaknesses

Since you were the one to add this item to the mouse template, I think you should put your thoughts here. -- camomiletea 02:53, 21 August 2010 (UTC)

Category Prize Mice

You reverted my move to the new prize mice category for the itunes mice, with reason it isnt an event mice and always available. So are all the mice in this category (leprechaun, treasurer, snooty, high roller, mobster). They are all always available (not just events) but still have the tag "event". What is the point of having two identical categories but named different? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Melky (talkcontribs)

Because during the short time it was available years ago, it wasn't a special event mouse. The wiki is about providing accurate information, not making stuff up and revising history to just to reduce the number of categories.
Also, please remember to sign your comments by adding --~~~~ at the end.
Thanks! B.Rossow · talk 17:23, 8 January 2014 (UTC)