- I could see it working either way. They do have quite a lot of overlap. The only part that's a little cluttered is the modifiers section, but I'm not sure how to improve that. I'll think about it a bit.--Eklinaar (talk) 14:31, 29 May 2013 (UTC)
- I think there's sufficient commonality to leave it as a single page for now. A large part of that is that neither actually has enough as a separate article. While the Singularity Core subsection would allow for descriptions of Singularity powers, the Antimatter core part would be comparatively sparse. — Rayfire 15:06, 29 May 2013 (UTC)
Critical Information Missing[edit source]
There is a fifth type of warp core present in game called "plasma-infused warp core"
-appears to be focused on boosting weapons power, only encountered on the exchange, origins unknown
- That is not correct. The information missing is for the Thoron-Infused and Plasma-Integrated Warp and Singularity Cores. They are not exchange only, but rather new Fleet Cores tied to the Fleet Spire holding. Their focus is on countering the drain abilities that the Voth utilize. However their basic stats and info do need to be added. — Rayfire 17:08, 8 January 2014 (UTC)
- In addition there is a space for these under Fleet Warp Cores, though that article is still incomplete. — Rayfire 17:17, 8 January 2014 (UTC)
I agree[edit source]
I agree especially when the information comes out on crafting, which will be different for the two factions.
Naming Conventions[edit source]
What sort of naming conventions are we going with here? i.e. Hyper Injection Singularity Core or Hyper Injection Singularity Warp Core? I uploaded a few level-less icons for the various cores, but it seems some of them exist, just under different names... --LordTrekie (talk) 04:24, 3 July 2013 (UTC)
Well even though they're all warp cores, the in game seems to favor simply Singularity Core and Warp Core, so I suppose we should go with that standard. — Rayfire 06:03, 3 July 2013 (UTC)