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Title: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 22, 2016, 11:26:13 PM
So as many of you know, NSM accepts submissions to the site through the NSM Panel: an automated bot used as quality-assurance to maintain a high level of quality and consistency. It's a really great system, and I have to commend Deku and the updaters for the past two years of outstanding & polished sheets!

That being said, it hasn't always been like this. For years, there wasn't this level of oversight, and so many sheets got on site that were of... questionable quality. Go on the main site, click on any random sheet and I give you 50/50 odds that what you get isn't of very high quality.

Now, the NSM Panel does allow for replacement sheets to be submitted. But, a large problem is figuring out exactly which sheets are in dire need of replacing, and which ones are just fine. The layout of the site itself doesn't necessarily lend itself well to that...

Which is why I've spent a good 2 months now creating this:

The Great NSM Audit (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1n-QDB7P4yjHuiwp2Zm8qnZU0SlSHfPMAaJ3JhCdoIcA/edit?usp=sharing)

I have gone thought literally every single sheet on site, and checked for formatting errors. Anything that goes against what's in the Offical Formatting Guidelines (http://forum.ninsheetmusic.org/index.php?topic=481.0) has been carefully documented to include any and all errors for a given sheet. My reasoning goes like this: if the formatting for a sheet is absolutely horrendous, then it's fairly certain that the music for that sheet will likely be as equally horrendous. Likewise, pristine-looking sheets will probably have pristine music as well, so there's no need to bother with them.

So, I've tried to make the table as easy to digest as possible, given the large amount of sheets that are contained within:

With the way I have the table set up, sheets with multiple errors "look" a lot bigger than those with very few errors. So ideally, it would be a lot easier to tell which sheets should be replaced right away, and which ones can wait a while.

At the moment, I figure this'll be a good way for people to see what songs need replacing. They can either choose to see whether or not a certain song is located in this list, or just simply to browse to find a song to replace. But, like the NSM Data Table before this, I'd like for this to be as useful to as many people as possible. So if anyone has any thoughts/concerns/suggestions, please let me know.

It's also worth noting that the updaters know nothing about this, so please don't bother them about it.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: mikey on October 22, 2016, 11:31:01 PM
thank mr sketlon doot
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Zeila on October 22, 2016, 11:35:48 PM
There are quite a few sheets (notably some Kirby and Zelda ones) with other errors such as missing repeat signs, missing voices,introductions, or pickup measures that definitely could be put in, and wrong/missing notes in existing voices (although this one in particular would be cumbersome to find/write for each sheet). Still, nice job!!
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Sebastian on October 22, 2016, 11:45:32 PM
Now this is an idea that I like. In fact, I have been working on something like this myself, but you have done a great job so far spotting errors in these sheets. Excellent work.

If you need any further help, I would love to help you out with this. This greatly interests me.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: cashwarrior1 on October 22, 2016, 11:50:40 PM
So, for songs with a few errors would we just update it, only changing the errors, and put it back as the same person? Songs with several errors would probably require a replacement. I think that changing the URL shouldn't require re-submitting the sheet, and an updater/submitter could probably fix that.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 22, 2016, 11:55:21 PM
There are quite a few sheets (notably some Kirby and Zelda ones) with other errors such as missing repeat signs, missing voices,introductions, or pickup measures that definitely could be put in, and wrong/missing notes in existing voices (although this one in particular would be cumbersome to find/write for each sheet). Still, nice job!!
Thanks! I would love to be able to pick out every single error for any sheet, including musical ones, but that would take an extraordinary amount of time. Hopefully, what I already have is sufficient.

Now this is an idea that I like. In fact, I have been working on something like this myself, but you have done a great job so far spotting errors in these sheets. Excellent work.
If you need any further help, I would love to help you out with this. This greatly interests me.
If I need any help in the future, I'll be sure to let you know.  ;)

So, for songs with a few errors would we just update it, only changing the errors, and put it back as the same person? Songs with several errors would probably require a replacement. I think that changing the URL shouldn't require re-submitting the sheet, and an updater/submitter could probably fix that.
It would probably depend on the song, the sheet, and the magnitude of errors. I think at least for the moment, it would be better to focus on the ones that have the most errors, since they need replacements badly. In the future, we could maybe have a project similar to the "Replacing the URL" project for sheets with one or two errors, but that's probably going to be a lot further down the line.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dude on October 22, 2016, 11:58:23 PM
Panel de Pon was before Tetris Attack and technically had more music besides the Yoshi's Island themed songs.

If anything it should be called Panel de Pon instead of Tetris Attack.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Maelstrom on October 23, 2016, 12:25:50 AM
I know it would take more time than it's worth, but could you simplify the musical errors to a scale of 0-5 to show how badly it would need to be edited musically? This would help the updaters a lot.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Th3Gavst3r on October 23, 2016, 01:01:45 AM
This is awesome work Yug! I've been working on replacement arrangements lately and it's really hard to decide what to work on through the 3000+ sheets... This will help massively.

One suggestion I can think of: the division of games is a bit confusing to read through. A system of alternating colors ought to be easier to read, but it might take a while to do. If you feel up to it sometime though, it'd be a nice touch ;)
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Edit: the ability to comment on the document would also be nice for a few misc things I've noticed
how do?
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Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 23, 2016, 02:11:20 AM
I know it would take more time than it's worth, but could you simplify the musical errors to a scale of 0-5 to show how badly it would need to be edited musically? This would help the updaters a lot.
You mean errors in the actual music? Because this is only a list of formatting errors. If you want a list from 0-5 (or similar) of all the formatting errors, I can do that as well.

This is awesome work Yug! I've been working on replacement arrangements lately and it's really hard to decide what to work on through the 3000+ sheets... This will help massively.
Thanks! Glad to hear you'll get some use out of this thing!

The ability to comment on the document would also be nice for a few misc things I've noticed
how do?
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Yeah, I'm not sure I want to open it up to comments just yet. If you wanted to let me know of any discrepancies, just send me a PM.

One suggestion I can think of: the division of games is a bit confusing to read through. A system of alternating colors ought to be easier to read, but it might take a while to do. If you feel up to it sometime though, it'd be a nice touch ;)
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(http://i.imgur.com/z3XGuOR.png)
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brb, totally stealing this
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Maelstrom on October 23, 2016, 02:28:24 AM
You mean errors in the actual music? Because this is only a list of formatting errors. If you want a list from 0-5 (or similar) of all the formatting errors, I can do that as well.
Well, you see, if it's a 1 in musical errors and a 5 in formatting, it's not inconceivable that an updater could fix that up pretty quickly. You see, formatting is not all that makes a sheet good. Yes, we could fix up the site, but, if we don't change the fact that some of the arrangements are downright bad, it's like polishing a turd. It may be polished. but it's still a turd. The hit list for edits and replacements shouldn't be limited to just formatting is what I'm getting at. That said, I by no means am trying to belittle the tremendous amount of time you poured into this. It's quite incredible. Thank you.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Altissimo on October 23, 2016, 02:34:28 AM
I started a project like this like a year ago but it never got anywhere. Glad you had the same idea. I like this.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: WaluigiTime64 on October 23, 2016, 02:45:05 AM
If you want the musical errors on the table, there are plenty of us willing to help check the sheets.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: cashwarrior1 on October 23, 2016, 02:46:19 AM
I'm not one of them.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 23, 2016, 02:48:16 AM
Well, you see, if it's a 1 in musical errors and a 5 in formatting, it's not inconceivable that an updater could fix that up pretty quickly. You see, formatting is not all that makes a sheet good. Yes, we could fix up the site, but, if we don't change the fact that some of the arrangements are downright bad, it's like polishing a turd. It may be polished. but it's still a turd. The hit list for edits and replacements shouldn't be limited to just formatting is what I'm getting at. That said, I by no means am trying to belittle the tremendous amount of time you poured into this. It's quite incredible. Thank you.
I completely understand. While I was doing this, I figured the most important thing was that users knew which sheets needed replacing. Once they had one or more sheets to work on, I figured they would look into the music themselves to see what needed fixing. I guess this mentality only works if you're working on one or two at a time & not a whole swath of sheets.

If you want the musical errors on the table, there are plenty of us willing to help check the sheets.
We'd have to come up with a quantifiable system, and get quite a few volunteers, but I'm open to this suggestion.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: WaluigiTime64 on October 23, 2016, 03:04:13 AM
We'd have to come up with a quantifiable system.
I think a good system would be to rate sheets based on the amount of errors, but then there's the struggle of major errors over minor errors. I don't have too many ideas on that part.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: cashwarrior1 on October 23, 2016, 03:16:22 AM
It would probably be best to check the sheets that are already listed then to check the other sheets for music.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: E. Gadd Industries on October 23, 2016, 03:23:05 AM
There are some sheets in the Super Mario Sunshine section that are in need of cleaning up. Of course I plan to be the one fixing them if they aren't gotten to before I finish my MK8 pieces

EDIT: ...I didn't acknowledge the link in the OP. Oops. I still plan to get to those 5.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dekkadeci on October 23, 2016, 04:11:17 PM
Speaking of Th3Gavst3r's highlighting of "Butterfly", a likely licensed song, what is going to be our policy on VGM that samples or quotes licensed songs? For example, I remember reading Dudeman's comment that Mother 3's "Natural Killer Cyborg" samples the guitar solo in Michael Jackson's "Beat It"...and he's correct. In fact, the song samples that guitar riff so often that I'd have to say it's "transformative fair use" if Jackson's estate wants to copyright strike it.

(That Mother 3's "Unfounded Revenge" quotes Shostakovich's Symphony No. 6, but that seems to go uncredited despite Shostakovich not being in the public domain, also irritates me.)

Also, I'd like to see a mention that if a song is NOT in the audit sheet, then it is 100% in the clear formatting-wise.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Lkjhgfdsa_77 on October 24, 2016, 01:19:17 AM
1. Wow... just wow. I can't imagine the amount of time and dedication that you must have put into this. Nice job.

2. I'd be happy to do some of the Zelda sheets because I check out Zelda sheets on the site in my free time would love to make NSM a better place and make these sheets a good representation of NSM. That said, because of school I wouldn't have a whole bunch of time to do these, but at least a fraction of my time will be spent doing this.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: JDMEK5 on October 24, 2016, 01:42:15 AM
You're amazing, mang.

This is gonna help everyone I think. This work cannot fall into the dark void of oblivion like so many other things on the internet.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: TheZeldaPianist275 on October 25, 2016, 05:39:16 AM
Just saw this, snap.  Yug_Guy, you are a rock star.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: E. Gadd Industries on October 25, 2016, 11:17:18 AM
A very patient & dedicated one, at that!
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 25, 2016, 10:50:38 PM
A very patient & dedicated one, at that!
You forgot OCD.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on November 17, 2016, 05:23:08 AM
Another update, more replacements...

The latest update contained 5 replacements, with 4 of them taken off of the spreadsheet.

Also, I'd like to keep the idea of doing replacements fresh in everybody's mind, so I've decided that I will bump this post after every regular update. Any objections?
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Latios212 on November 17, 2016, 05:24:16 AM
I never object to encouraging more replacements.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: E. Gadd Industries on November 17, 2016, 12:33:37 PM
I have no issue with it!
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on December 13, 2016, 04:50:36 AM
As per usual, let's get to the replacements:

Today's update added a total of 2 replacements, both of which were taken off the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you again next time.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Purple1222119 on December 13, 2016, 07:04:41 AM
I'm pretty sure I have all my original files still, I could make the changes on all mine and resubmit them, if that helps lighten this... IMMENSE workload a tiny bit. :P
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: KefkaticFanatic on December 18, 2016, 12:51:58 AM
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*Sheet lists Gamer4250 as the arranger, despite KefkaticFanatic being the arranger credited on site
kek
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dude on December 18, 2016, 07:15:16 PM
Your old name was so bad.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on January 02, 2017, 12:48:13 AM
New year, new replacements:

Today's update added a total of 3 replacements, all of which were taken off the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you again this new year.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on January 07, 2017, 09:45:04 PM
The Chrono Trigger update may have taken me by surprise, but I assure you that I'm still on top of things:

Today's update added a total of 23 replacements, which took 21 sheets off of the spreadsheet. In addition, all of the Chrono Trigger sheets have been updated, so Chrono Trigger has been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in any time period.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on January 26, 2017, 05:02:01 AM
new updat yey:

Today's update added a total of 5 replacements, which took 6 sheets off of the spreadsheet. In addition, all of the sheets for the games Harvest Moon (the SNES game, not the series) and Kirby's Dream Land have been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you next season.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on February 07, 2017, 05:54:20 AM
150/151 needs more Mewtwo:

Today's update added a total of 3 replacements, all of which were taken off the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in the next experiment.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: mikey on February 07, 2017, 08:22:46 AM
I don't get the mewtwo joke
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Olimar12345 on February 07, 2017, 07:27:24 PM
Play red/blue
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: mikey on February 07, 2017, 07:56:56 PM
I do that a lot
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Olimar12345 on February 07, 2017, 08:40:08 PM
Yoo gotta reed, mayn.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on February 21, 2017, 05:58:41 AM
New update, new updater, & new replacements:

Today's update added a total of 4 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you and all the updaters next time.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on March 18, 2017, 05:59:41 AM
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These replacements are Prince Sidon approved!
(http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/zelda/images/c/c3/Prince_Sidon.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20170228204715)
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Today's update added a total of 4 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you after another adventure.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on April 24, 2017, 12:09:12 AM
"You've been asleep for a very long time, NSM..."

Today's update added a total of 4 replacements, 3 of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you after your long slumber.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on July 12, 2017, 05:33:43 AM
Was it worth the wait? Let's find out:

Today's update added a total of 5 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you sometime sooner than 3 months from now. pls no hurt me updooters is only joke
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on July 30, 2017, 05:29:30 AM
OOOOOH BANANA

Todays update added a total of 1 replacement, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet. In addition, the game Donkey Kong 64 has been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you & your coconut gun in the future.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on September 02, 2017, 07:41:07 PM
There was a new update today? nice >:]

Today's update added a total of 9 replacements, 7 of which were taken off of the spreadsheet. In addition, the games Kirby's Block Ball, Kirby's Canvas Curse, and Perfect Dark have been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you upload more high-quality rips in the future.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on September 14, 2017, 01:27:01 AM
Since today's update was a bit different, I'm also changing up my update for today:

Thanks to today's update, the games Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3, and all of their arrangements have been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely. Go team!

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in another castle.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on September 26, 2017, 12:24:51 AM
"Galtar® will continue after these messages:"

Today's update added a total of 5 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We now return-now here's my-to Galtar®.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on October 08, 2017, 07:24:26 PM
Gonna be real honest here - despite the fact that Oli & the others did a complete overhaul of the classic Metroid games, (great job btw) only two of them were on the spreadsheet to begin with. Both of them were from Super Metroid. But hey, at least it's something, right?

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in the next mission.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on November 01, 2017, 05:15:25 AM
It's halloween y'all! BRING ON THE SPOOKS!

Today's update added a total of 9 replacements, 6 of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

Those of us at The Great NSM Audit™ would like to remind our loyal followers that even though our spreadsheet tries to keep record of all bad sheets on site, that we do miss some every once in a while. We'd ask that you please remain vigilant for any bad sheets, and to let us know if you spot anything out of place or of bad quality.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you at the start of the next Skeleton War.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: BrainyLucario on November 02, 2017, 04:02:31 PM
You're doing great things here, Yug. Great things indeed.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on December 26, 2017, 03:39:55 AM
It's a Christmas Miracle™!

Today's update added a total of 7 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you next holiday season.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dudeman on December 26, 2017, 03:41:07 AM
That's a pretty grand audit update
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on February 11, 2018, 11:38:53 PM
Somebody touch-a my Audit! This meme isn't stale yet, right?...

Today's update added a total of 9 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet. In addition, the games Dragon Quest (the game, not the series) and Touhou 8: Imperishable Night have been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you after you go home-a to your house.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Brawler4Ever on March 18, 2018, 01:00:49 AM
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Butterfly |   Brawler4Ever |   There's actually nothing wrong with the formatting, but this song is actually licensed from Smile.dk's album "Smile", and I believe that we don't allow licensed songs, yes? So this song should be taken down?

This song was done about a forever ago. I actually don't know the exact protocol. If we want it removed, I have no objections. :)
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on March 18, 2018, 01:03:17 AM
This song was done about a forever ago. I actually don't know the exact protocol. If we want it removed, I have no objections. :)
I'd say check with the updaters first, but to my knowledge we don't allow licensed songs on-site.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on April 03, 2018, 04:05:15 AM
Expecting an update? APRIL FOOLS!

...oh wait...

Today's update added 1 replacement, which was taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in our next prank video. Like and subscribe!
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on May 08, 2018, 05:12:14 AM
It begins (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JUCfX1P1ik).

Today's update added a total of 5 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you for "Diamond & Pearl Adventures Part 2: Electric Boogaloo"
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on June 03, 2018, 05:20:40 PM
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Today's update added a total of 5 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet, plus one extra.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in the next panel.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dude on June 04, 2018, 04:53:36 AM
D yl i oi d uk e tn u he p ew date
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on June 19, 2018, 02:22:24 AM
(http://wiimedia.ign.com/wii/image/article/115/1150475/the-legend-of-zelda-the-wind-waker-20110216004214975-000.jpg)

Today's update added a total of 17 replacements, 19 of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.  (http://THE MATH WORKS OUT, I SWEAR)In addition, the game The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker was taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you at the next island
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Dudeman on June 19, 2018, 02:23:50 AM
Today's update added a total of 17 replacements,
Hey that's pretty ne--
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19 of which
wat
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Latios212 on June 19, 2018, 02:27:22 AM
They're some really good replacements!!

(There were mostly challenge replacements, but also a couple of edit replacements where small adjustments were made to bring the sheets up to speed)
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Maelstrom on June 19, 2018, 03:05:45 AM
your url failed
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on June 19, 2018, 03:09:14 AM
your url failed
Which one? All links appear to be working at the moment.
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Maelstrom on June 19, 2018, 03:18:23 AM
[url(=) http://THE MATH WORKS OUT, I SWEAR][/url]
Title: Re: The Great NSM Audit
Post by: Yug_Guy on July 17, 2018, 04:41:41 AM
(https://assets.change.org/photos/0/al/sk/qWaLsKxiIjcHmiP-800x450-noPad.jpg?1483873460)
Update time.

Today's update added a total of 3 replacements, 2 of which were taken off of the spreadsheet.
I could've sworn that The Decisive Battle was on the spreadsheet, but I guess it's not

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you in the not-so-great sequel.