Hey David, do you mind if you can see if you can edit Personality, Gallery (images from Animation Screencaps) and Quotes to add in The Beast (Stuart Little) please with Harold the Great and Ngh93's help?
Hey David, I was thinking if you could help me with the Rookery article because the history, gallery, trivia and personality are shorter, so I was thinking if it needs to be a lot longer by getting expanded, rewritten and cleaned up. What do think about that asap with the help of Harold the Great and Super Poison Ivy?
Ok but he confesses in Pocahontas to Wiggin he never was popular with a sad tone. It's that why I put him the category Insecure. He also mentionned that the mission is his last chance to earn the court's favor.
I'm only telling you this once. Please do not do anything to my private gallery pages without my permission first or you will get in trouble.
Read & memorize the fine print "NOTE: Please do not remove or touch or delete this gallery of mine nor any of all of my files within my collection without first asking me B1bl1kal for permission and/or discussion & within reason why.".
Grogar's Lair is an location in Equestria. It is the lair of Grogar and his Legion of Doom. Given its resemblance to the actual Grogar, it is possible-though unconfirmed-that it may have been his lair prior to being occupied by his imposter.
Built or created in the image of Grogar, the lair was located in an unknown swamp somewhere in Equestria.
After learning that Twilight Sparkle would be made ruler of all Equestria in the stead of the retiring Princess Celestia and Princess Luna, Discord took it upon himself to boost her confidence. Adopting the persona of Grogar, he brought King Sombra back from the dead and summoned him, Queen Chrysalis, Lord Tirek, and Cozy Glow to the lair. "Grogar" informed the villains of his intention to form them into an alliance capable of defeating both Twilight and her fellow members of the Mane Six, who had bested all of them previously. Of the four villains, Sombra refused to cooperate, and "Grogar" transported him to the Crystal Empire to pursue his own plans of conquest.
Once Sombra was defeated by the Mane Six, "Grogar" used his crystal ball to show his demise to the other three, intending it to reinforce the need for their alliance. Despite this, the three villains bickered with each other constantly, complaining to "Grogar" about each other and their lack of action as a group. Fed up with their complaints, "Grogar" dispatched them to retrieve the Bewitching Bell from Mount Everhoof, which would require the trio to work together. The three later returned to report failure in retrieving the bell, though they had learned to cooperate. Unbeknownst to "Grogar", however, the three had recovered the bell and brought it back, intending to betray him and conquer Equestria themselves.
"Grogar" later left the lair in order to research a new source of power for the Legion's plan, unaware that his "allies" intended to unlock the Bewitching Bell's power for themselves. After retrieving a book about magical bells from the Canterlot Archives, the trio returned to find "Grogar" successful in locating a new artifact for their use and departing yet again in order to recover it. While he was gone, the three learned the uses of the Bell's magic, and were able to channel the magic of the true Grogar contained within it into themselves. With enhanced forms, they then ambushed "Grogar" when he returned with a mysterious amulet which they destroyed.
Using the Bewitching Bell, the trio then drained "Grogar" of his power, and he reverted to his true form of Discord and fled. He remained nearby long enough to overhear the trio planning an attack on Canterlot, and ran to inform Twilight of the results of his ill-laid plans. After a failed attempt by Cozy Glow to harness Discord's Chaos Magic, the Legion departed the lair as well, each setting out to attack a different target before converging in Canterlot.
Here's what Valkerone has told me & others on edit summaries as well as on some message walls including his own:
Valkerone wrote @ 15:00, September 8, 2019 A.D.: If all of the aforementioned goals from above the last "succeeded" section are successful, then there's no need to list all of them as successful.
Valkerone wrote @ 09:19, September 18, 2019 A.D.: And there's no point in keeping it this way if he fails both goals anyway.
Valkerone wrote @ 15:09, September 21, 2019 A.D.: There's no need for each goal in a list of goals to be packed with failed/succeeded bracketing when you can condense it like this whenever possible.
Valkerone wrote @ 09:57, September 24, 2019 A.D.: Not every goal needs failed/succeeded bracketing tagged to each and every goal on the list. Condense it.
Valkerone wrote @ 02:25, on October 4, 2019 A.D.: There's no rule saying it isn't allowed, but specific restrictions should apply (e.g. if all of a villain's goals are successful, "all succeeded" will do. It's spammy to list each goal as succeeded one after the other).
Valkerone wrote @ 05:21, December 9, 2019: All this does is clog up the goals section. Condense this usage of failed/succeeded bracketing or don't bother using them at all.
That is all.
& please write different message thread titles. No more "Message from DavidBrennan99". Thank you.
I honestly don't know anything about it anymore. I don't. But I never made some argument about it, no matter how much it frustates or tries to frustates me. It's pointless. I just moved on. That is all.
Hey, David. If you want Hurricane to be added to the Thomas and Friends villains template or if you want to add links on other templates or pages, make sure they are created, and don't add pages links unless they are created. Also, if you want Hurricane restored on this wiki, make sure you ask an admin for perimission to recreate it, explain why he's evil and make sure the page is not plagiarized or a one-line article because the page was deleted a few times.