As with the initial release of 2.7, there is a two week restriction on content that can be uploaded and/or published to the WolfQuest Wiki; explore and see the changes for yourself before resorting to the Wiki. ;) We're not gonna make it easy until the New Year.
What does this mean?
The WolfQuest Wiki will not host information about or relating to new content -- in the previous "grace period" this applied to Lost River leaks, which included information and screenshots with spoilers and such -- so that players must explore and discover things for themselves.
The following content is allowed and can be published without consequence.
Information about, images and footage of minor changes. For example, the snowshoe hare and the antlers of bull elk.
Until the 2nd of January, the following content is banned and will be removed if published-
Moose (both bull and cow) information, including locations, images and footage.
Err, actually, we're not gonna tease or hint at this one... yet. So, what are you waiting for? Get your rear exploring!
If you have any questions or if you're not sure something you want to add or update that is not on this list, feel free to leave a comment and we'll let you know.
Add a section to Easter Eggs relating to the festive additions in a new "Seasonal" section. (I'll try to compile this before the end of December.)
Make a note of the developer's changes to elk antlers.
Again, the hare article is due for an update about seasonal/winter coat variation.
Possible redo of elk screenshots/footage. (And I only recently finished rendering videos for gif conversion, too. :/ Screw it, they'll still be uploaded when I'm done bulk rendering/converting everything.)
Start working towards the moose articles. (Screenshots, video footage for GIF conversion, locations for the still-WIP locations map, etc.)
Doubt this list is complete so ask away // expect changes to be made.
The date is just a guideline -- it isn't a guarantee and was only ever intended as an "on or after" estimation. (Sorry for not being quite so clear there. When it is finally revealed, it'll be added as a trivia snippet in the relevant articles and have its own section on the easter eggs page.)
Keep in mind that there is a lot on my plate as far as bringing the Wiki up-to-date goes; I'll prioritize new content, but there's still a lot to do. It takes a good chunk of time to write up drafts, proofread and correct them (if I'm not in a hurry), standardize the draft and finalize/publish it to the Wiki. More if we include media and footage; background removal (again if I time and patience to do that; we don't have any bots to automate the process, so it's all manual), capturing footage to render into GIFs, etc. Even then it's all trial and error that may need to be repeated until the results are satisfactory.
It would be neat if we could get some kind of user-friendly in-game features to speed this process along. I fully intend to keep chipping away at my ongoing draft copies of articles at my own pace, but my motivation for this place isn't where it used to be... that is a problem I've been struggling with since last year. :/
Refer to the first paragraph of my previous post (which still applies) and the self-explanatory caption under MotL in the first post.
Err, actually, we're not gonna tease or hint at this one... yet.
We cannot reveal it on the Wiki until the team have confirmed its meaning. It's as simple as that. Better to have a source to cite than to potentially spread false rumors, which is something we'd rather avoid.
As a reminder, people are welcome to contribute to the Wiki in any way they can -- because this content restriction is no longer in effect, there's nothing preventing you or anyone else from getting involved. it's equally important to remember that Wikis are shaped by their communities. After all, one person can't do everything on their own, try as they may; if you come across a protected article you want to edit, post here.