For anyone who has not been paying attention to the Recent Changes page for the past… (uh) ... (*counts on fingers*)... well, since mid-November, you might notice that the Kanohi page has sustained extensive additions. I don’t know much about math, but addition equals a lot.
You see, it was late last fall/early last winter that both users Bob and Bub suddenly took a vested interest in Kanohi and their functions. Bub, for his part, added a few certain headcanons of his, but arguably his biggest focus was on the complete and total overhaul of the fanon Kanohi section. At one point, he enlisted my services and furiously typed out the thorough graph you see today as I prattled off the details from Category:Kanohi over voice chat. Once his graph was complete--complete with Kanoka formulae, brief descriptions of powers, and marks denoting special attributes--the diagram was posted online. No doubt someone will come along in a year and ruin the alphabetical order, but at least we can enjoy it while it lasts.
Once Bub wrapped up his edits, Bob moved in, sprucing up the page even further with his own detail. In case you haven’t noticed, common themes running throughout several of the Featured Articles over the past one or two years is their canon-compliance coupled with Bob’s influence. Now Kanohi is no exception, and it saw tremendous influence from him and his multitude of headcanons.
Between the two of them, as well as the contributions of other similarly-minded editors during this time, the Kanohi page has experienced quite the transformation from a page where editors had to haphazardly add their brainchildren to one that we can show off as one of the standing legacies of our wiki--the overlong list of overpowered or farfetched Kanohi. Indeed, now it is a sparkling, clean, fresh page trimmed nicely down to size. Of course, worth noting is that we still have more than enough Legendary Kanohi for an Infinity Gauntlet. Just saying.
So, as we round out our March/April/whoevenknowsanymore updates, let this Kanohi page remain fresh at the front of our minds and on the top of our heads lest we ever need to research but fear to crawl through the labyrinth of our wiki. Please do be sure to commend Bub and Bob on their work.
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