- Right now, the entire article is spelt with "Berzerker", which is actually incorrect, it should be "Berserker". Is it actually Berzerker in-game? Because that would be weird considering BioWare got the spelling right in Dragon Age.
- Grunt's class is indeed spelled Berserker, as opposed to Berzerker. Not so sure about the enemy krogan you face, but it does stand to reason... although it should be pointed out that BioWare has flubbed spelling in the past. Just look at the Widow Anti-Material Rifle, which, as the trivia notes, should actually be referred to as an anti-materiel rifle. SpartHawg948 13:42, February 11, 2010 (UTC)
- Sorry my mistake when I created the article I checked Grunt's page for the correct spelling and at that time it was Berzerker. However I did not check up on the in-game spelling so my bad. Though I think this could of being patched as I beleived it was spelt Berzerker in the game. DC 14:13, February 11, 2010 (UTC)
- Yeah, the Grunt page was subsequently changed from Berzerker to Berserker, but I guess whoever did that didn't think to get this page as well. No worries though! SpartHawg948 14:15, February 11, 2010 (UTC)
Tank Grown Krogan Edit
The Krogan reject you speak with while searching for Okeer is identified in text as "Tank Grown Krogan." Perhaps that search term should forward to this entry? 22.214.171.124 03:07, May 12, 2010 (UTC)
In the interest of keeping power descriptions related to ME2 rather than ME, would people object if I changed Carnage to Concussive Shot as this (and other krogan enemies) "missile" power? Reason being: apart from looking kinda reddish like the power in ME, it behaves exactly like a soldier Shepard's concussive shot power.
A related question: Are the names of powers that enemies use extracted from game files that say "this enemy has this this and this power available", or are they merely observations from players? Dammej 20:09, July 1, 2010 (UTC)