Talk:Customization level upgrade

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Could someone explain what does that table represent? I honestly have no clue. I only understand the first row because I know those numbers from experience :D Maybe separate tables for upgrade and downgrade? --Icon-Finland.png sampo555 | Talk 00:20, 24 June 2011 (PDT)

Why not separate page - "Upgrade" and "Downgrade" (also, one called "Dissolve" would be good)? I propose the three pages because those are the 3 terms I use when I search for information related to this topic. --Belea2008 00:59, 24 June 2011 (PDT)
"Upgrade company", "Downgrade company" and "Dissolve company" would be good. This page is hard - almost impossible to find. --Icon-Finland.png sampo555 | Talk 01:17, 24 June 2011 (PDT)
Not only companies can be upgraded or downgraded. That is why I proposed the more general terms. I'm all right with any solution you choose. --Belea2008 01:50, 24 June 2011 (PDT)
Well, then we should go with "Upgrade", "Downgrade" and "Dissolve". --Icon-Finland.png sampo555 | Talk 06:47, 24 June 2011 (PDT)
The levels on the left represent "from". The levels on the top represent "to", so "From Level 1 to Level 5". Where they meet is the gold you get or lose. I edited the table a little to make it easier to understand. Does that help?--vSkyzv Talk - Contribs 10:11, 24 June 2011 (PDT)
Yeah. But I'll still create pages for each action and backlink it here. --Icon-Finland.png sampo555 | Talk 12:48, 4 July 2011 (PDT)

Name and Delete?

I found this page easy enough since it's linked to Upgrade and Downgrade... but (1) I don't understand its title at all (2) I think it could usefully be deleted, with that table copied over to the Upgrade and Downgrade pages' "Cost" sections, since that's the only useful and unique content on this page and it just adds an extra click for someone trying to find the cost of upgrading companies. --Yossarian Afudyakno (talk) 09:33, 5 May 2014 (UTC)