I’d like permission to re-post pages Clayman, Yuuki Kagurazaka, Diablo(That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime) and Geld(That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime). This time I’ll make sure there is no plagerism.
While the first one is something I ain't as sure on being definite removal fuel, the latter three are way too sexual for this wiki, to the point we should probably punish the user for this. This isn't the first time the uploader tried something sexual, as they formerly tried to make the page's writing more sexual too. Can you delete these and deliver the needed punishment?
This user is a relentless plagiarist, with most work he does almost always starting as plagiarized, with him redoing it only to not have it deleted. He also has a habit of removing plagiarism markers without actually fixing said issue. Plagiarism is across multiple pages, btw.
I'm deciding on a bit of a personal crusade to have infoboxes on every page on wiki to help unify the articles a bit, if you or other admins wish to help it'd be great - finding pages that have no infoboxes and adding them is one method.. another is reminding users to add infoboxes when they mke new pages, which I think will help.
Friend I already know how to create a proposal, I just want you to put my name on the list to create a proposal because if I do it without permission it will be deleted, please could you give me permission
To create a proposal I need permission from an administrator, because if I do not ask permission from an administrator, my proposal is deleted because Valkerone removes the proposals from users who do not have permission to create a proposal, only my name has to be added along with the others in list that can do what
Inferno Lord Red wrote: Friend I already know how to create a proposal
No, your latest proposal on Bojack has proven that you clearly don't. With each of the PE proposals you have been making lately, you just copy sections from either here or from another Wiki (which is plagiarism) and paste them into each heading and call it a day. Because of this, each of your proposals end up being hodgepodges where the writing included in each heading don't at all relate to "mitigating factors" or "heinous standards". This is not how you make proposals. In fact, this is exactly what got booted you off the permissions list before. Your proposals just aren't coherent.
Inferno, you do realize that when writing PE proposals, you actually have to put effort into them? You're expected to, in your own words, describe who "X" is, what atrocities they commit, if they have any redeeming qualities and how they compare to a work's heinous standards. You don't even get to the doorstep of any of this (let alone actually follow the tutorial) and instead resort to producing copy-pasted mishmashes.
Begging admins to put you on the whitelist won't get you anywhere if you aren't going to improve, thus, I'm not giving you the benefit of the doubt here. The purpose of the whitelist is for the sake of user trust and quality control; for users who know how the Pure Evil category works (and thus, know what they're talking about) and how to write proposals up properly. You don't do either of these things, Inferno, so you can't be kept on the whitelist for the time being.
While not an expert and I don’t personally mind the separate pages as well the original page you pretty much blanked was an overview for the alias, we have pages for an alias of characters who share an alias within the same series/franchise. The page did mention the “Type Dependent” seemingly due to the separate characters/origins. I’ll let Balthus Dire decide given this is more a matter he should decide but original just seemed an overview for the alias much like the Green Goblin, Mysterio and Ghostface which each have separate people covered from when they took that mantle as their own despite different backstories and at time goals. Some of these have separate pages for the other versions or individual which is fine but so is the overview of the villainous alias.
The original was very much not an overview, it was attempting to connect two unrelated characters through a similar boss form, stating that they're the same character, and a bunch of other nonsense about what "Dark Lich" is. Were it what you said Jester, I'd not have taken the action I did. But that is not the case.
It is always delicious to open a webside and read the results of hours of works and research basically called worthless...
I can see your point Meganerd18, but I'm finding you quite judgemental and categorical. You should have at least left a message to me and others admins and explained your case, before pretty much vandalizing the page. Because YES, what you did was tantamount to vandalism, especially repeating it after an admin reverted it.
The "nonsense about what Dark Lich is" is a retranscription of Dyluck's explanation in Secret and Belgar's boasts as he unveils his true form in Trials, in the original Japanese. I would hardly call it nonsense.
I chose to write the article about the Dark Lich instead of his hosts, because I thought it easier. For yes, the Dark Lich is the same in both games. Same looks of ghastly skeletons in ornate robes and coats, same powers, same goals of world domination, same destruction of the Mana Tree and two very similar hosts.
His vessels are differents, yes. Though they are clearly expies or continuities nods, being both maksed evil sorcerers who manipulate a faction and brainwash someone close to the protagonist. The Masked Mage might be a distinct being, but the being known as Thanatos is clearly revealed as nothing but a husk. What I used to describe him was cut dialogue from the Japanese since included in the recent remasters and retranslations.
While I admit that there is no definite relation between both mage and that considering Secret as a sequel to Trials is somehow flimsy, the games are each part of separate continuities. But if the continuities are distinct, the Dark Lich is the same in both.
Except Sergio208 is banned across the whole wiki community by FANDOM because of the sirt found on him @ certain wiki sites. Such a waste. If only he feel the same way as us, if he truly hone his editing skills, the good he could've done.
Personnally, I cannot stand the ones who overbloat pictures of the exact same things, countless quotes, and needlessly complicated things in the infobox. Things are meant to be simple and easily readable and yet they don't get it
As you may know, there was recently a edit war over the antagonistic scale of René Belloq, Major Arnold Ernst Toht and Herman Dietrich, the primary antagonists of Raiders of the Lost Ark. As of now, Belloq is listed as the main, Toht as the secondary and Dietrich as a major one. Due these changed edits, those three pages are currently locked. Back when we still used the tertiary, quaternary and quinary thing, Dietrich was listed as tertiary, but we no longer use these numerations.
However, after some investigation on the Indiana Jones Wiki, it's stated that Dietrich and Toht were Belloq's superiors actually. Thus, maybe it's possible that Belloq is the central antagonist, Toht the secondary and Dietrich the main. This is because the film's novel specifies that Dietrich hired Belloq under the orders of one member of Adolf Hitler's inner circle. Thus, Dietrich was behind the whole operation on Egypt. While Toht works alongside Dietrich, he does so just to follow orders and doesn't believe in the supernatural, so this makes unlikely for them to share the role of main antagonist. And Belloq drives more the plot by meeting Indy at the film's beginning (introducing their rivalry to the audience) while also joining the Nazis in their search for the Ark.
If something of this serves, Dietrich was originally intended to outlive Belloq and Toht at the end of the film, surviving the Ark's opening and later chasing Indy and Marion through the island's mines before this was cut in rewrites. This is most likely the reason for which he seems to have a little presence in the film. However, Dietrich appears more than Toht, so it's evident that Dietrich's importance in comparison to Toht is significant.
Truth to be told, I don't know enough about the Indiana Jones movies to tell you.
But in this wiki we don't say secondary, tertiary or whatnot. We tried once and it led to countless complications. We said "main/primary" for the Big Bad, "central" if the most plot relevant villain works for someone as with Maxim Horvath, Golbez, or Ghirahim, "final" or variants for this someone. Anything else ranks with "major villain", "minor villain" or "one-shot villain.