The battle that this page says occurs when the player chooses a non-binary or trans girl option actually occurs no matter what gender option (even cis male) the player picks. So, it'll happen regardless of your gender, and they'll insult you regardless (if cis, they don't understand what "cisgender" means and are mad because they say they're just "normal"). I would have edited the page myself, but I don't have any references for this because I only know it from playing through the game like 8 times. There are some effects from choosing a non-cis male option, though. The boys playing superhero will sometimes comment that your character looks somewhat feminine and/or androgynous (depends on the character) but never in a negative way, and Wendy and your parents will refer to you with the correct gender. Also, if you play as a girl (trans or cis), you get a special artifact from Wendy. I'm unsure if this happens with genders like demigirl as well. Anyway, anyone can find a reference (or multiple ones), I think it would be good to fix this just so people get a more accurate picture of the game. (Also, sorry if I'm doing anything wrong! I'm new here, so please be kind!)
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South Park: The Fractured But Whole
hey! welcome to the wiki, and no, this is perfect! i've never played the game myself, but feel free to update the page on the battle information, no source needed this time. if there's a walkthrough, guide, or playthrough out there that talks about the Wendy artifact too, feel free to use that as a source.
You can cite the video game itself as a source, I just don't think there's a special template for it. Just put something like "South Park: The Fractured But Whole, 2017, Ubisoft" as the source and that should be fine
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