Blondeshell: "Any idea how many of the Knowledge Base articles have been updated with their own content as opposed to borrowing what was on the wiki? "
Not sure what you mean? I from a previous post somewhere that sometimes we end up providing the name things get known by for new things, but from my point of view, the wiki reflects what NCsoft use in the game, site and answerbase.
For example Missing Power Pool powers Answer ID 2567
, About the Power Pool System Answer ID 784
uses 'power pools', and these are sets of powers, and "Ice Bolt" is a power in the Ice Blast power pool. And bring in 'power pool sets' as well. Epic Power Pools Answer ID 8166
says "Epic power pools, also known as Ancillary power pools ... These are special power sets" and also uses 'epic power set' and 'patron power pool'.
So yeah, no usage that is extremely clear and consistent. Power sets... power pools... and so on. (And wow, they have City of Heroes Power Info Glossary Answer ID 9002
- - had not seen that)
Going back to the OP here... there's nothing wrong with the schema posted by , with Agge's Power Pool Set. I'd think:
* Power sets the main term
* Power Pool remains accepted usage, and handled via redirect or whatever... (or definition and link to 'new correct term'
* Anything seen in the game remains accepted usage
* I can say "I have Patron Powers" and that's correct and normal
* New types of power sets ... grrr, what was the term that poked in... oh this " NOTE: This is a Specialized Power Pool. You can only have one Specialized Power Pool in your build" -- so we prepare for that?
On Patron Powers, Patron Powers Answer ID 8167
gives us "Patron powers are special abilities villains can earn after reaching the appropriate levels and completing new tasks. ... Patron powers are essentially the Villain equivalent of Epic power pools for Hero characters, but with a different level of commitment ... Once you decide which power set you would like, return to Arbiter Rein to select your Patron" .... so even there, Patron Power Set gets a look in.
I've no issue, once this gets started (and is the OP is up somewhere on the wiki.) in doing a significant find/ask/document loop with the NCsoft answer base, if there's answerbase articles that contradict the majority of usage we see in the game, site and answerbase.