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These are the current nominations for featured guides, oldest first. Please follow the steps on StrategyWiki:Featured guides to nominate a guide.

Eggerland Meikyuu no Fukkatsu[edit]

Eggerland Meikyuu no Fukkatsu
Nominated on 16:45, 19 September 2014 (UTC) (4/0/0)
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  1. This guide was at completion stage four very early on when Procyon finished the guide. It has had ample revisions from multiple editors' for accuracy and the best strategies. The guide meets our standards for completeness, the required number of images is met, and it is fully complete. --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 16:45, 19 September 2014 (UTC)
  2. Although it's one of the more obscure games in the Lolo series, it contains a lot of the same puzzles that would go on the grace the American releases. I think this guide came out pretty well. Thanks for the nomination NMH! Procyon 17:58, 20 September 2014 (UTC)
  3. I'm not sure why this has been stuck in the Featured guide queue for 3 years, but the guide looks well-written and complete. I see no reason why it shouldn't be promoted. —Thunderforge (talk) 02:12, 17 September 2017 (UTC)
  4. I was the one who reorganized the table of contents. Of course I support this! Was it five years ago already??? --Abacos (talk) 14:07, 11 June 2019 (UTC)
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Sam & Max Episode 101: Culture Shock[edit]

Sam & Max Episode 101: Culture Shock
Nominated on 02:22, 17 September 2017 (UTC) (1/0/0)
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  1. This is a fairly short game that has all of its puzzles thoroughly detailed, with pictures. Having just played through this game myself, I believe don't see anything lacking that would prevent one from using this guide to complete the game. Given, this, I believe it meets the criteria for a Featured Guide. —Thunderforge (talk) 02:22, 17 September 2017 (UTC)
  2. Pretty good guide. Should probably just make Sam & Max Save the World featured, since all the guides are at the same level. Najzere · Talk 07:11, 17 September 2017 (UTC)
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Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar[edit]

Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar
Nominated on 14:07, 11 June 2019 (UTC) (3/0/0)
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  1. If there is an Ultima that deserves to be put under the limelight, this is the one. The player can learn actual philosophy from it! All the game invites the player to improve him/herself in real life. It is an absolutely unique game in history of video games. --Abacos (talk) 14:07, 11 June 2019 (UTC)
  2. Looks incredibly thorough. --WarioTalk 00:22, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
  3. This guide has been a labor of love from Abacos, and it shows throughout. Procyon 01:08, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
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  • Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar/Magic - there's some incorrect information on the page, as some of those spells can be mixed without doubling up reagents (e.g. Calumy from Yew mentions that it only requires one bloodmoss instead of two). Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar/Enemies - I noticed the game acts a bit odd in regards to non-evil creatures, sometimes inconsistent (e.g. lost valor for fleeing from non-evil, or taking no penalty for killing in an already started combat) as if the mechanic wasn't fully researched. --Sigma 7 (talk) 04:49, 14 June 2019 (UTC)
    • Magic: the rightmost column in the table states whether there is a "new mix" available. If this information can be missed at a first sight, it is because I tried to limit spoilers in the guide.
      Enemies: I failed to notice this in the three ports I played (Master System, Amiga, Atari ST). I just added this information to the guide (with my writing quirk: I avoid using "not" as well as any abbreviation). --Abacos (talk) 09:44, 20 June 2019 (UTC)