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  • The Wiki does have discord server ??

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    • Yes. It's on the top menu. Content -> Community -> Wikia discussion Discord.

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  • I have this one particular editor insisted of putting up the queen tag....

    I have them removed from the "queen" tag because from the JP Wiki, I haven't found anything that mention that these two are queens. Yet, he put it back and say that he claims that these two are actually queens.

    So, I hope this isn't too much to ask but can you clarify that these two are indeed queens, so I can put this "new info" in the background section, so I can help him provide the supporting fact about them being the queen.

    I might ask Ar-Cen-Ciel to maybe grab some Character quest scripts from these girls.

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    • Sorry for the delay. I couldn't even get the usual weekly updates done as soon as I'd like due to typical real life stuff.

      I own both versions of Edelweiss and went through their CQs. I've never heard a mention of Edelweiss being anything close to a queen; she's a noble (貴族) and that is made a point in both the main story and in her original form's first CQ or so. The CQs themselves don't make it seem like she's a queen in the first place either.

      I haven't gone through Casablanca's CQ. From the interpersonal relationships list on the Japanese Wiki, the closest clue is apparently from Himeyuri's CQ rather than Casablanca's. The crossed out text presumes that Casablanca might be the current queen, but one would assume that the info was disproved since it's crossed out. Instead, it labels Casablanca as a member of the royalty - specifically a person of the state. I'd have to go through the CQs of Casablanca and Himeyuri to understand more, although I doubt I'd scrounge up much more than this synopsis.

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    • Thanks. so, it's confirm that Edelwiess is not a queen. I have Casablanca but going through her CQ requires me to evolve her and she still in her based form.

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  • Turns out that if you use cheat engine, you can modify the amount of coins you have. I'm not sure if this works with any other process as the values are too small to consider safe to modify.

    Now this is not recommended, I just got curious and played around with a few things on a throwaway account incase of a ban.
    Cheat Engine
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    • While I'm not surprised, I can't say I care either.

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    • Now, don't think of me as some asshat that can't actually play the game worth a damn lol.

      When I do use cheat engine, the results are mostly visual.

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    • Ain't so? Although it would be better if the number of flower stones or the gacha-rate can be fixed-

      But that is not a good idea.

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  • http://harem-battle.club/flower-knight-girl/2758-dmm-thread-spoiler-warning-253.html#post84421

    Kurenai is also a member from this site and he always gives translated info about new login bonusses and new event.

    According to him, everyone will be getting a "5 star Seal Stone" which he says means "pick-your-own-5-star-ticket".

    Is this true? because it seems odd to me that a ticket in english would mean "Seal Stone" in Japanese. And the 5 star/6 Star tickets in the shop are called "5* and Up Settlement Gacha Ticket", so.

    I personally think it's either a 5 star Dressbloom or a 5 star Skillbloom.

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    • Kurenai and I are Comrades in Arms actually. You should trust his word.

      That said, you have misinterpreted what Kurenai was trying to say. In general, pick-your-own things have been tickets more than half of the time. But for whatever reason, the devs occasionally release this item under the name of a Seal Stone / 封印石. It has the same purpose, hence why he said it means it's basically a ticket. He was not trying to say that 封印石 translates to "ticket".

      And no, it's not a skill or equipment flower. You can verify this for yourself in the update notes. Look for the word ★5花騎士の封印石(2年半)

      2年半突破記念ログインボーナスキャンペーン第2弾

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  • There are some girls missing here:

    http://flowerknight.wikia.com/wiki/Category:Bloomed

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    • I don't even maintain that page.

      It doesn't matter to me because in the future, it will be automated anyways.

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  • http://harem-battle.club/flower-knight-girl/2758-dmm-thread-spoiler-warning-224.html

    Have to post this link, since it's being discussed by a guy called Twilightdream and although he tries his best, his English is still rubbish. But from what I understand is that according to him there's an Aqua boss somewhere in FKG (whatever that is) that drops 6 star medals (I think that's what he means with Rainbow Gems)?

    This site has been more helpful than HBC, so I thought I'd ask this over here since I don't have a clue what Rainbow Gems are (if they even exist).

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    • He's talking about the Aqua Fragments. There's no official English name for the word, but of all the convolutions I've come up with, this term most accurately conveys what they are without losing too much info from the original word.

      They're used for evolving personal equipment . The fragments themselves can be seen in the cover image for the Aqua Shadow page.

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  • Thought I'd ask someone else aswell:

    http://flowerknight.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:7862

    Perfect example: http://flowerknight.wikia.com/wiki/Candle_Bark

    Plus, it's literally in the edit options "NutakuName".

    I don't get what's wrong. It is written like that on Nutaku: http://harem-battle.club/wiki/Flower-Knight-Girl/FKG:Sweetpea

    So, this revision was completely unnecessary.

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  • Def up abilities seem to always come with the damage reduction part as well.

    This is inconvenient on some pages as those knight do not have that attacked to their def_up abilities

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  • I've gotten a bit fed up with all these character data listed in the same formats without any means to consolidate them, so here I made a python script to do exactly that, by taking the advantage of the template being the first thing in those pages.

    #!/usr/bin/python3
    # coding: utf-8
    import os, sys, re, urllib.request
    
    alldata = "fkdata={\"flowerknight\":["				#prepended JSON text format
    CharaList = ["Salvia", "White_Pansy", "Yellow_Pansy", "Purple_Pansy", "Camellia", "Black_Baccara", "Royal_Princess", "Novalis", "Alstroemeria", "Oncidium", "Cymbidium", "Dendrobium", "Cattleya", "Hibiscus", "Mountain_Hydrangea", "Hydrangea", "Gladiolus", "Japanese_Bellflower", "Sunflower", "Red_Ginger", "Water_Lily", "Red_Water_Lily", "Bistort", "Calystagia", "Moonflower", "Morning_Glory", "Casablanca", "Golden-rayed_Lily", "Rosy_Lily", "Field_Mustard", "African_Violet", "Marguerite", "Cactus", "Lily_of_the_Valley", "Violet", "Strawberry", "Japanese_Apricot", "Rose", "Sakura", "Thunberg_Spirea", "Amaryllis", "Hinoki_Cypress", "Chinese_Milk_Vetch", "Yulan", "Moth_Orchid", "Cosmos", "Marigold", "Cyclamen", "Mint", "Lavender", "Blue_Lotus", "Sasanqua", "Burnet", "Gomphrena_Globosa", "White_Clover", "Fragrant_Olive", "Jasmine", "Toad_Lily", "Heliconia", "Edelweiss", "Dandelion", "Cyani_Cornflower", "Cary_Ophyllus", "Snowflake", "Sweet_Pea", "Lilac", "Rice_Lily", "Red_Tulip", "Yellow_Tulip", "Purple_Tulip", "White_Tulip", "Cepha_Lanthera", "Leschenaultia", "Star_Lily", "Tachibana", "Peach", "Peach_Blossom", "Ifafa_Lily", "Anemone", "Gerbera", "Chocolate_Cosmos", "Strawberry_Candle", "Glory_of_the_Sun", "Dogwood", "Iris", "Anthurium", "Daisy", "Green_Bristlegrass", "German_Iris", "Geranium", "Kerria", "Cherry", "Hypericum", "Lupin", "Southern_Cross", "Cherry_Sage", "Queen_of_the_Night", "Japanese_Water_Iris", "Pink", "Canna", "Ionocidium", "Wood_Sorrel", "Dahlia", "Nerine", "Flamingo_Plant", "Cape_Jasmine", "Calla", "Dipladenia", "Royal_Water_Lily", "Evening_Primrose", "Night_Phlox", "Marvel_of_Peru", "Red_Spider_Lily", "Epidendrum", "Snapdragon", "Monotropastrum_Humile", "Camellia_(Bride_of_Fos)", "Oncidium_(Bride_of_Fos)", "Cactus_(Bride_of_Fos)", "Black_Locust", "Night_Blooming_Cereus", "Japanese_Silver_Grass", "Hare's_Tail", "Lunaria", "Nasturtium", "Laurentia", "Helenium", "Blanket_Flower", "Eucalyptus", "Ginkgo", "Maple", "Lily_of_the_Valley_Tree", "Agave", "Apple_of_Sodom", "Lantana", "Summer_Squash", "Japanese_Gentian", "Star_Cluster", "Echinacea", "Viola", "Fatsia", "Apple", "Ivy", "Mistletoe", "Sandersonia", "Fir_Tree", "Christmas_Rose", "Poinsettia", "Holly", "Chloranthus", "Heavenly_Bamboo", "Ornamental_Kale", "Coral_Bush", "Pine_Tree", "Tree_Peony", "Lily", "Herbaceous_Peony", "Amur_Adonis", "Acacia", "Heliotrope", "Poppy", "Rain_Lily", "Veronica", "Balloon_Vine", "Wax_Vine", "Buttercup", "Tall_Stewartia", "Burning_Bush", "Himalayan_Creeping_Saxifrage", "Primula", "Wintersweet", "Zephyranthes", "Aconite", "Rosemary", "Mimosa", "Cineraria", "Hop", "Heather", "Apricot", "Delphinium", "Japanese_Mugwort", "Panama_Queen", "Japanese_Rowan", "Aster", "Snake_Gourd", "Saffron", "Firecracker_Plant", "Aloe", "Liriope", "Snow_Drop", "Satsuki", "Cockspur_Coral_Tree", "Tatarian_Aster", "Texas_Bluebell", "Evergreen_Candytuft", "Belladonna", "Forget-Me-Not", "Green_Bell", "Alium", "Hollyhock", "Alyssum", "Lady's_Sorrel", "Creeping_Smartweed", "Hebranthus", "Fuchsia", "Cuphea", "Coral_Bush_(June_Bride)", "Peach_Blossom_(June_Bride)", "Royal_Water_Lily_(June_Bride)", "Treasure_Flower", "German_Iris_(Tanabata)", "Wood_Sorrel_(Tanabata)", "Tree_of_A_Thousand_Star", "Lesser_Celandine", "Devil's_Claw", "Cattleya_(Swimsuit)", "Chocolate_Cosmos_(Swimsuit)", "Epidendrum_(Swimsuit)", "Plumeria", "Water_Hyacinth", "Barrenwort", "Scotch_Broom", "Bolivian_Sunset", "Sakura_(Apron)", "Dogwood_(Yukata)", "Japanese_Apricot_(Yukata)", "Viola_(Yukata)", "Clematis", "Kinutasou", "Chinese_Lantern", "Skunk_Vine", "Ghost_Weed", "Trailing_Abutilon", "Nightmare_(Katakuri)", "Alstroemeria_(Gratitude_Towards_The_Future)", "Anemone_(World's_Flower_Shrine_Maiden)", "Pink_(World's_Flower_Shrine_Maiden)", "Red_Spider_Lily_(World's_Flower_Shrine_Maiden)", "Amazon_Lily", "Thoroughwort", "Pussy_Ears", "Bush_Clover", "Asiatic_Dayflower", "Pouch_Flower", "Acanthus", "Dusty_Miller", "Bird_of_Paradise", "Lampranthus"]	#put all the flower knights in this list
    
    #download the raw wikia source code, convert them into JSON list, append them to aggregrate data, repeat for all characters.
    for x in CharaList:
    	linkin = "http://flowerknight.wikia.com/wiki/"+x+"?action=raw"
    	f = urllib.request.urlopen(linkin)
    	filedata = f.read().decode("utf-8")
    	f.close()
    	print("Loading " + x + "...")
    	newdata = filedata.replace("\"","\\\"").replace(" = ","\": \"").replace("\n|","\",\n\"")
    	newdata = newdata.replace("{{CharacterPage3\",","{").replace("{{CharacterPage\",","{").replace("\n}}","\"\n}, <rmvall>")
    	newdata = newdata.partition("<rmvall>")[0]#.partition("#REDIRECT")[0]  
    	alldata = alldata+newdata;
    
    data = alldata[:-2]+"]\n}";							#remove the comma from aggregrate data
    f = open('flowerknightp.json','w',encoding='UTF8')	#write to flowerknight.json
    f.write(data)
    f.close()
    


    It assumes that all the character page templates have proper line breaks. If that's not the case, the script below should correct the text. I'm not quite sure how to detect the texts without the line breaks just yet.

    #!/usr/bin/python3
    # coding: utf-8
    import os, sys, urllib.request
    
    #Request input the specific flower knight
    x = input("Select character to load:")
    #Open and download the wikipage source
    linkin = "http://flowerknight.wikia.com/wiki/"+x+"?action=raw"
    f = urllib.request.urlopen(linkin)
    filedata = f.read().decode("utf-8")
    f.close()
    
    #Replace the text with a series of text replacement.
    newdata = filedata.replace("|","\n|").replace("\n|thumb\n|","|thumb|").replace("\n|center]]","|center]]").replace("}}","\n}}<del>").partition("<del>")[0]
    
    #Open and write to the target file.
    fileout = x + "-template.txt"
    f = open(fileout,'w',encoding='UTF8')
    f.write(newdata)
    f.close()
    
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  • I know I've made the Knightquote template, but even I got a little block in there.

    I got a little problem with converting this text particular from Japanese Wiki:

    |会話①&br;(好感度0~29%)|いやぁ~、あたしがフォスの花嫁なんてほんっとビックリ!こ~んな可愛い服まで着せてくれるなんてね!&br;遊びまわったら汚れるかもっていうのが、ちょっとだけ心配かな?|

    to this:

    | 会話①(好感度0~29%) = いやぁ~、あたしがフォスの花嫁なんてほんっとビックリ!こ~んな可愛い服まで着せてくれるなんてね!<br/>遊びまわったら汚れるかもっていうのが、ちょっとだけ心配かな?
    The pipe symbol has to altered in 3 different ways, depending on their locations. Also, the break code in the 会話 variable is omitted, but are converted to HTML tag elsewhere.
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    • Where is this conversion taking place? Is the Knightquote template doing that or did someone make a script that extracts quotes?

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    • CodeHK wrote:
      Where is this conversion taking place? Is the Knightquote template doing that or did someone make a script that extracts quotes?
      Previously I have to retrieve and convert it by hand, using Notepad++ in a series of fairly complex "find and replace" procedure. It's untenable for me to do this for hundreds of flower knights out there, so here I am.
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    • Here's a list of the replacement batch I make:

      "会話①&br;" --> "会話①"
      "会話②&br;" --> "会話②"
      "会話③&br;" --> "会話③"
      "|" --> " = "
      " = \r\n = " --> "\r\n|"
      "&br;" --> "<br>"
      
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