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Japanese missions[edit]

Thanks for addding some more of the Japanese missions. Some of the triggers and effects change depending on the circumstances. I added this to the page. If you add more missions, please also have a look at the corresponding txt file in the missions folder to see what these are --Grotaclas (talk) 11:27, 1 June 2020 (UTC)

Thanks for the edit. How do I get to the missions folder? Every time I click on the missions tab it just shows me the mission tree. Hovering on the missions only shows me the mission requirements and the mission rewards. — Preceding unsigned comment added by User200 (talk) 15:06, 1 June 2020‎‎ (UTC)
I mean in the game files. You can find them if you right click on eu4 in the steam library and select manage->browse local files. Most aspects of the game are defined in .txt files that you can open with any text editor. Some of the things you might encounter there are explained in the Scopes page and in the Flow control section of the Commands page or the Commands page itself. --Grotaclas (talk) 12:40, 1 June 2020 (UTC)
OK. Think I found it. Gonna leave the missions page as it is for now. It isn't written in plain language and there's a lot of stuff that I need to look up. — Preceding unsigned comment added by User200 (talk) 16:55, 1 June 2020‎‎ (UTC)

redirects[edit]

I don't know if there is a policy on this wiki about redirects, but you can save yourself some work if you link to a section of another page directly instead of creating a redirect for it. For example instead of [[Korea region]] you can use [[Asian regions#Korea|Korea region]] or use the existing redirect [[Korea (region)|Korea region]] --Grotaclas (talk) 13:53, 2 June 2020 (UTC)

Hi, is there a page with a list of all redirects on the wiki? I found the 'what links here' page, but I was wondering if there is a page where the redirects for the whole wiki are listed.

By the way, what does <nowiki> do? Cancel a link?

the <nowiki></nowiki> is just to prevent the wiki from interpreting the text in between it. Without the nowiki, the wiki would have turned the code into links, but I wanted to show you how you would have to enter it. Don't use nowiki in a normal page unless you really need to enter special characters that normally get interpreted. There is a List of redirects, but I don't know if it would be helpful, because you can only see 500 at the same time. You can also use the search function to search for something specific. For example if you search for "korea region", the second result shows that there is a redirect from "Korea (region)" to the Korea section of the Asian regions page. BTW: you can use : to indent your answer and please sign your comment with --~~~~ --Grotaclas (talk) 16:24, 2 June 2020 (UTC)