By clarifying the two opening paragraphs users are able to answer the questions most often asked when looking up Ambulance.
For example: instead of burying the subject (paramedic sub-mission) in mid sentence without the 'sub-mission' word is confusing. Starting a paragraph with the subject and defining it as a sub-mission with a short description of the reward, and separated from/distinguished against NPC paramedics, in fewer words, is much more informative.
- The Ambulance is an emergency vehicle that has appeared in every game in the series, except Grand Theft Auto 2 appearing instead as the Medicar. It is manufactured by Brute in the HD Universe and spawn parked near hospitals as well as spawn in response to fatalities in order to revive deceased by dispatching two paramedics in an ambulance.
- Paramedic sub-missions can be toggled while driving ambulances in 3D Universe games, typically rewarding infinite sprint at level 12.
Folks are far more interested in how to use the tools the game makes available, than what they resemble in the real world. This entire wiki would stand being rewritten by presenting first what the objects are for, where to obtain them, and tips on using those objects - with topics such as resemblance to real-world objects relegated to just above Trivia.
- It is fine as it is, we do not need tos tate what its function is/location is in the first paragraph, our readers can read the article to find that out. Isn't it pretty obvious? These statements you have mentioned are already mentioned in the article several times, they do not need to be repeated nor moved. If we followed your style, we'd have to put "planes are in airports", "police cars are in police stations", "tanks are in military bases", and so on, in every first line. This is a pathetic idea. Do not revert again. (talk) | (stalk) 18:44, April 12, 2015 (UTC)
- Agreed with Monk, facts/locations should be stated only once in a particular section. (talk/stalk/blog) 18:56, April 12, 2015 (UTC)