It wasn't the timestamp that fixed it. The timestamp isn't really needed, to be honest; it was just a way for me to see if my current version of code was actually in cache (if the timestamp updated, I knew the cache was current). With Wikia's current system of JS testing, you always get the latest copy, so we probably can just get rid of it.
The problem actually appeared to be a typo in the CSS, which I fixed. One missing apostrophe. :)
Haha I hope that I was here the time you replied, but glad to see that you took the time to actually passed by using your free time :D, I hope I could see you more xD, you know how I missed your coding and all that stuff :D
Ah. I am actually surprised there aren't more of those popping up. Those are all defined at MediaWiki:Common.js/TroopInfo.js. It was created to catch people introducing errors into the stats without anyone noticing. The problem is it's a bit of a pain to update the JS when the stats really do change.
One solution is just to disable the module. The other is to remove the flag from your personal JS so the module stops checking for you.
At one point I believe I began creating a Lua version of all that but I never got very far. The source data would have been kept on a regular article page, which would have made for much easier editing. Would be a good project for a decent Lua coder.