I wouldn't be opposed to it seeing as I pushed for identifying a challenge as a combination of two previous challenges in the dead Facebook group way back after the Cagayan finale. The issue at the time concerned the F4 Immunity Challenge in Micronesia, Crystal Method, and how it would be classified, with us eventually settling on classifying it as a combination of Vertigo and Great Escape Run due to possessing elements of both.
Since then, we're had a few more cases of that. From the top of my head:
1.) Crystal Method in "Stir the Pot!" (combination of Vertigo and Great Escape Run);
There may be more, but these are the ones that immediately come to mind. Tangled Up in Blue (combination of Around The Bend and Pyramid Scheme) definitely seems to fall under this as well.
Let me just play devil's advocate here though. What if, now that we've had more examples of combined challenges since we came up with the classification in 2014, we classify these challenges under just one (ideally, the one in which they resemble more).
(1) could be said to be simply Vertigo (the updated version, at least, and not the basic version used in Panama) as it involved the water and puzzle elements, only that the puzzle back then was similar to Great Escape Run.
(2) could be said to be simply Quest for Fire, and that the additional element in the Cambodia iteration was merely an additional obstacle and not enough constitute a full version of Jail Break.
(3) is a little tougher, but could be classified primarily under Sea Crates since the puzzle was the crucial portion in the challenge, with the summary explaining that elements of Boats, Brains & Brawn were also present in the challenge (similar to how it currently is for Tangled Up in Blue in the Pyramid Scheme page).
I completely agree, it's just that the part about "significant" portion becomes hairy when deciding what the significant portion is. For example, I believe that TUIB was focused on the ropes, but (and correct me if I'm wrong) I feel that you see the pyramid portion as the crux.
In any case, I feel like it wouldn't hurt to put all double-challenges in all the articles of which the challenge comprises (as in, the first half of your message).
I feel that if a double-challenge pops up often enough in the same composition, then perhaps a new challenge article could be set up for it to describe only the new challenge itself? I'm not too sure tho, I wouldn't be 100% up for that idea as it feels redundant.
Yeah, I'd argue that the pyramid puzzle was more important since that was the deciding element, but I see your point as well. If we do go by simplifying these challenge classifications, then my proposal would be to go with the deciding element (in this case, the puzzle).
Hi! Just wanted to inform the admins that the s2 voting table has the tie votes has a strange blurred out image instead of normal text, which unless this is being added to all pages and I’m unaware of it, it seems like an issue to me.
I also wanted to point out that it could be an issue on other tables, I just checked the Kaoh Rong and it had the same problem. Thanks in advance and thanks for fixing the first one Sinjoh, if you even see this.
Hi! Just wnated to tell an admin, since I can’t edit the table, that LJ’s votes are randomly colspanned in episode 5, with Lindsey and Alexis quitting and being voted out, yet nobody else has their vote colspanned. Just a weird inconsistancy that I wanted to point out.
Well, first of all, I don't understand what you want to happen. Not sure if English is your first language, but it's the language primarily used on this Wiki, so being able to communicate effectively in it is kinda essential.
Second, by all means, add what you think should be added. We admins check every edit made to ensure that it meets the standards of this Wiki and fix/remove what doesn't.
Oh, sorry! I saw the most recent edit made by Jason54 (who has had a dubious history of edits at best) about the pre-switch Soko and only meant to delete that part. Must have included the part you wrote by accident. Apologies! That's what I get for editing without sleeping for 30+ hours lol. Thanks for adding that part back!