It's probably hard right now, but is there really nothing better than a screenshot we could use for the reference? It's just not what I would consider a source and doesn't seem... professional.
Does there have to be pictorial proof? Since it's from a book, wouldn't just citing that, with a page number be more appropriate (if we even really need to cite something like this at all...)? --~|RC|~ (Talk/Contribs) 21:44, 19 July 2015 (CEST)
- Oh that was my gut reaction when the preview first came out and people starting making this claim and passing around the screenshot we're currently using as the reference. However, turns out I know the source from TFW2005 and he provided a fuller view with his entire screen visible reading the preview... And him I'm inclined to believe. Still don't know if anyone else has gotten those pages to back him up, but I do think it's legitimate for now. --~|RC|~ (Talk/Contribs)
For absolute confirmation, you can go to the preview and, if it is offering the additional randomized pages for you, search 'she' or 'her' and it will bring up some excerpts from the page, confirming that it is not fake. Tazakk (talk) 00:50, 20 July 2015 (CEST)
- I'm okay with it for now, mostly because once the book actually comes out, it will then be considered a primary source, and thus there won't be anything to cite since it'll be in the appearances section. -- Talk 01:46, 20 July 2015 (CEST)
So, I was reading through the book, and there seems to be no indication that Korgot has an elemental blaster, and it all but says she does not have one. Now, I know the set has one and her bio describes her as having one, but we have had sets with non-canon weaponry before (Toa Ignika's Midak Skyblaster), and unlike the others, it's not even referred to as "Elemental ___ blaster", but simply given the default name rapid shooter. Is it possible the launcher is just for set promotion and is non-canon?--Willess12 (talk) 22:39, 13 September 2015 (CEST)