Hi, welcome to GTA Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Fisher's Lagoon page.
Hi, I have renamed and licenced your Dinghy2 image in accordance with the GTA Wiki:Media Policy. If you intend uploading more screenshot/snapmatic images, please read the policy to make sure you comply with the rules. I've also reinstated the variant image you removed from the gallery as there was no reason to remove this. Thanks. smurfy (coms) 05:06, May 15, 2015 (UTC)
You sum it up yourself perfectly:
- "...the vehicle is extraordinarily rare and only spawns under strict circumstances."
- — you
No, see the Sexy Time Aftermath. "His boat". GTAIV EFLC didn't identify it as a Nagasaki, that was only introduced in GTAV so there is no connection between Frickie and Nagasaki. A simpler explanation for the inconsistency would be that Nagasaki manufacture the standard Buzzard and Frickie's company weopnise it. smurfy (coms) 02:46, June 14, 2015 (UTC)
But this is GTA, not real life - GTA is based on real life and we should notice anything that contradict real life facts, especially things like that, it is completely relevant to say that the Buzzard is made by a japanese company, so you're wrong, if you ever see a Pump-action, bullpup AK-47 sniper rifle which fires .50 rounds, will you ignore just because it's a game? No. These facts must be noted. AndreEagle17 22:47, June 14, 2015 (UTC)
Hi, thanks for pointing out the oddity on the Teriyaki-chan page. It was initially added correctly (as per the credits) as Saiko Yoshida but was changed in May 2018 to Seiko with nobody verifying. I have reverted back to Saiko on her page and on Funami FM page. Cheers. Smurfy: illuminate - communicate - spectate 08:41, April 27, 2020 (UTC)