Talk:Dead Cells Wiki
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Spreadsheet with numbers
This isn't necessarily specific to the wiki's front page, but apparently some people have created a set of spreadsheets containing a bunch of potentially useful information on things in Dead Cells: http://www.demojameson.com/deadcells/dead-cells-data.html?lang=en
Suggestion on Front Page
I've fully updated and improved the overall Objects page. Now it should be a descent and informative page to visit. So I suggest putting it on the front page.
(Put it right next to the Pickups page, since their structures are similar but each of them present a different aspect of this game.)
Changes page suggestion
Dead Cells has undergone many changes and because of this one of the challenges new players face is figuring out what suggestions online are still valid. As an example, the current top search result for "dead cells guide" recommends against unlocking items that are believed to be bad, such as the Spartan Sandals, to avoid having the items in the item pool. The article was written before Custom Mode was implemented and before the Sandals were buffed.
Something that would help is to have a section for each item/skill/etc. that notes changes - name changes, how the item/skill/weapon/mutation/etc. was changed and when (stating the version number and release date of the update).
A new page could be created that includes a list of major changes along with when they were changed, for example, when things like Custom Mode and Recycling Tubes were implemented, when timed doors were moved into the transition areas, etc.
This way, someone who read the previously mentioned article could search for "Spartan Sandals" and see that it was changed after the article was written and decide for themselves whether to heed the advice or conclude that it no longer applies.
Patch Notes section?
I feel like this game has gotten enough changes across its life cycle to warrant a section for version changes, instead of just writing down every change under a footnote. Keeps the relevant info above outdated data.