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News from RTX Austin 2019 said that gL is not in development at the moment. RT decided to shift all their gears onto RWBY for the time being and then shift focuses to their other shows (gL and Nomad of Nowhere) when RWBY V7 finishes.
There is no official source for this information, just various tweets from people who went to RTX and heard this. This is the best, fullest account of this news, from a YouTuber I have a lot of respect for: youtube.com/watch?v=qgDq5Lmz2E0&t=414s
So, this does not mean gL is on hiatus or that it "doesn't look like it will come back." It just means that RT Animation does not have any specific time frame on exactly WHEN it will come back.
Gray was on a genLOCK related interview. Thought I'd post it here.
With the community growing and us already having a few... "incidences", it's about time we started developing a set of ban guidelines to go along with the general rules. Any ideas on how to go about it?
Looking at some location image galleries, I wanted to bring up a question on how we'd handle it.
Right now [[Chicago/Gallery]] only has the scenic imagery screenshots in it (the latter three images of which I added just to keep it consistent) while the [[Anvil/Gallery]] and [[Dallas]] galleries both have every screenshot taken in the setting itself.
I prefer doing it how we have the Anvil and Dallas pages (among others, I'm sure) because it's a much easier standard to follow than "the ones that are scenic".
For the gen:LOCK six, we have profile sections dating back to when the trailers first aired. I don't really know if we need these because they don't add much to the character page. I believe we added them because they were among what little we knew of the characters back in those early days.
Instead of separate pages for battles at locations, could we have the battle as a tab/subpage for the location?
I saw that some character Relationships pages were called Affiliations at one point. Wouldn't that be the better title to work with?
User Juice7739 proposed that the name be changed as such since "Body Suit" is kinda generic. I wouldn't mind the change, but I wanted to know what you would all think.
Also, they wanted to add a trivia bit about the armor functionality being similar to the Halo Mjolnir armor in terms of reading the nervous system's intent and responding as such. I said that regardless of similarity, any unconfirmed intent isn't trivia worthy.
I'd say we should just make what we have under "Suit 2" as "Suit" and get rid of the original suit iterations. They're the same outfits, but now the gL crew has personalized them. That sort of thing. Val added a cloak and "knife pockets" etc, but it's the same outfit.
I'm not entirely clear on when gen:LOCK episodes other than the premiere are set to be released to the public. When will it be?
Alright, it's about time we started working on a proper ruleset for us to follow and enforce. What are your suggestions? Anyone can participate.
We need pages for the Union mechs, the spider tanks and the four-armed thing from episode 4. Does anyone know what the official names for them are. or have good suggestions for names?
I'm building a playlist of YouTube videos for the music used during gen:LOCK. Currently it's just the Battle Tapes songs from their official channel, but I'll keep an eye out for videos for the other songs.
Should I add them to the profilepic tabbers on their pages, or no?
(This is just about the main ones they come in as, and not the few they shuffle through. Obviously, Chase wouldn't get one for his.)
For the past week or so, myself and other active users have talked about who would be willing to assume staff roles with most current ones inactive, and form a new team now that the show is getting underway. Now, allow me to introduce gen:LOCK wikia's new staff!
User:WarBlade brought up something in the Union Spy page that I wanted to bring to further attention. They wrote: "Seeing as he was named only under his false identity, maybe it would be better to name the article Rob Sinclair (Union spy)."
The template was renamed as such, but I'm honestly in favor of a page rename too. I wanted to democratize this since it's not just on me. (Sorry about all those page renames to get rid of the "the." I thought it'd be easier on the internal links and wasn't quite thinking.)
Since the guy assimilated so well, he basically was Rob Sinclair. We should distinguish him from the guy he likely killed, but that's where the parenthesis part comes in.
So when it comes to flying vehicles, the Vanguard has an Interceptor (fighter jet), a Razor, and a large transport capable of carrying multiple Striders.
I think I found its name, which is: "Hornbill".
This is based on the first episode where Leon states:
'''Leon''': All right, they're mechanized. Hornbill's bringing us around. Striders, stand by for drop.
"They're mechanized" refers to the Union having tanks, and Leon refers to the large transport that is going to drop the Striders as "Hornbill".
I added some of the official videos from Rooster Teeth's channel on YouTube.