It dosn't matter. We don't need separate pages based solely on the colors of items! Just because a car is a different color doesn't mean its an entirely new type of car. I would hate to have separate pages which all say "The roadster is a civilian car, capable of extremely high speeds, this one is black." and then the next page says "The roadster is a civilian car, capable of extremely high speeds, this one is white." whats the point of that other than to clutter the wiki and confuse newcomers.
Why not just have "The APC is a military vehicle, with very few windows. It offers the most protection and highest health of any vehicle. It comes in two colors, Tan and Green."
well, whatever. dont know what your problem is. but then how bout teh honeybadger? :3 headshots still instakill, slap a laser on it or use the halo sight and you got urself a pre-surpressed rifle. eaglefire is still the best assault, pinpoint accuracy (better than the zubekenov and honyebadger. but WAY better than the zub.) dont know what the MS will be like, aslo have you seen this? 5 sniper rounds and a clip of buckshot and it still didnt go down.
You know how you're taking images of weapons and putting them in the gallery on the wiki? I'm talking about that, so your pictures aren't at night and you can see the gun. @day and @time 1200 is a command you can type in Unturned to change the time, like how @give [username]/[item] is a command.
i didnt know you could do that. i understand how you want them to be illuminated, but if you click on the picture and bring it up to full you can see them fine, as they are black on a white background.
yeah, but people have still stuck to calling places "the town" and "the farm"... it needs more variety, as the Eagle and Wolf, backpack, jeans and hoodie, and even drum mags spawn at the bottom of the lake. it may not mean much, but its better. and same with the rooftops, it even spawns stuff that doesnt spawn in other places! and adding both of those make the wiki sound more awesome than "the town and the farm". so to sum it up, adding these places as locations would just spice things up.