On a related note, I have no idea why my tables are all bold. I copied the opening code from the old, incomplete table (which was not bold) and retyped everything else a few times before giving up and at least getting the data out there.
The "Strongest Attacks" table had been a mess of broken code, with everything from the table to the end of the page struck through / lined out, and all it showed in the edit pane was either a puzzle piece in visual or in text, this:
with those curly brackets instead of the normal square brackets.
I couldn't figure out how to get to the table to edit it. It had been broken for weeks (since the first time I looked at the page, at least) and then was fixed between me loading and reloading the page about 20 min later on Saturday.
There's nothing in the history from that time, so whoever did it must have accessed that underlying table.
The curly brackets mean that it's a template. To access it, go to Template:DragonList/Attacks. It doesn't look like there is a requirement for the pointy stick from that page. Have a look at it and let me know if you need anything else.
@LEIN0214 Once you've trained an attack, the attack that was replaced is gone. You can train another attack to take the place of a trained attack, which will make the replaced trained attack trainable again. Ummm, yea. Let me try to give an example so all of that makes sense. We'll use an Elements dragon for our example.
Level 15 Elements dragon has these attacks: Hard Charge, Earthquake, Flaming Arrows, and Tsunami.
It has these attacks available to train: Karate Brick Break, Asteroid, Magma Storm, and Whirlpool.
Now, if you train Whirlpool to replace Tsumani, then:
1. Tsunami is forever gone. You cannot get it back.
2. You can train Asteroid in place of Whirlpool, which will make Whirlpool trainable again. This is useful if you want to change the order of the attacks as displayed in combat. Otherwise, it doesn't have any really useful purpose.
I'm not sure why you would want the early attacks back, to be honest. They do considerably lower damage than the trained attacks. Anyway, hopefully I have answered your questions.