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  • You ought to come to this meeting @ 10am sharp. & It concerns both you & Gaegalze.

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  • I'll deal with them, since I'm a fan of surreal works and whatnot.. we should have a "Page Adoption" process on this wiki, I may think on suggesting it at some point.. where certain users adopt a page that is short on info.. that way pages aren't just dumped and we have less hassle of remaking pages ever time we get short info.

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    • be careful. Those bizarre glitches that had been plaguing the wiki seem to be still around.

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    • considering I did all the improvements to the article and I can delete, protect or revert it at any time? no.. I didn't even have to put the template on it.

      if people won't leave them alone I'll protect them, if admins declare otherwise I'll edit etc..

      as stands they are fine, there's worse articles to focus on and a basic article is a start, not going to get "perfection" on a Doom Patrol article.. look at the DC Database article and you'll see we've put more effort than the "official" site does, which shows something:

      http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Brotherhood_of_Nada

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  • Next time, please ask a wiki admin for permission to recreate a deleted/condemned page (see Rules). I'm gonna let this one slide. Don't let it happen again.

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  • What's wrong with this page?

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    • no variant types (Slayers, Mainliners etc. for Malefactors), no known names, no definite numbers (7 Cell Juniors and 11 canonical Saibamen in DBZ). Just same lookalike generic freaks.

      you haven't paid attention, but those fall into mook categories and they are subject to deletion.

      and your so-called 'article' is gone in a flash after I put it for deletion, that means ADMIN AGREED WITH ME, NOT YOU. (admins have no qualm rejecting my claim if they believe I am wrong)

      The judge has spoken, gavel has struck three times so stop complaining.

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  • hi

    as You might see I edited an article about those Grundles guys from Dwarf Fortress game but I dont want to be misunderstood...I wont take any responsibility in expanding it.

    I just dont know that game and Im not sure if im even interested

    is it ok?

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  • About the aliases for the Malefactors - where was "hex" used in the games?

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    • one of convicts who tags along with Torque - only to be killed by Hermes

      should Torque chooses to tag him along, he apologizes to Torque and says - 

      "Sorry man. I thought you were one of those Hex."

      his name is Jimmy the Mad Bomber.

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    • ...oh, that guy.

      According to the subtitles, he said "Hacks." Jimmy believes that everyone's been drugged with hallucinogens and that all the deaths are due to the guards murdering everyone, hence why he calls the Malefactors "hacks" - ie prisoner slang for a guard.

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    • well, I thought he was saying Hex (voodoo-related slang), considering Malefactor's freakish appearances.

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  • Ok, first all, calm yourself. The fact you're getting hostile about this is silly.

    Second, you want me to expand it? Very well then. Stop troubling the article, so I can actually do some work. Thanks.

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  • I've been reviewing my past messages regarding the Malefactors, and I've been wondering  - since they possess sentience, recognizable personalities and an existence independent of combat - if we shouldn't give the Infernas/The Puritan Girls an article of their own. Just a thought.

    Incidentally, I should probably add a little disclaimer - I'm not seeing if we can make this into a character folder: even if we include Jimmy, Chico, Hargraves, the Foundation, Warden Elroy, the Colonel and Cory (in the neutral karma playthrough), we'd still only have about 17 entries in total.

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    • In order of appearance:

      Yes.

      Yes.

      Yes.

      And yes. In the end, it's the only conclusion I can draw: there's simply too many corroborating details - the repeated three, the repeated signs of sentience and personality unlike that of ordinary Malefactors, the fact that they stop appearing after the Puritan girls re-enact their suicide, and so on. Yes, I am confident.

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    • well, they are also voiced by the same actress so they are same recurring characters, I suppose.

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  • Hello, Grobda. My name is Poison Ivy. How are you doing?

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  • We need to discuss this before the editing gets any more heated. Plus, if I get another editing conflict and have to start again for the umpteenth time today, I'm going to have an aneurysm.

    You stated that Torque's Hatred is indeed a Malefactor; however, you then said that it was a manifestation of Torque's inner demons... meaning that by your own definition, it's not a Malefactor. It's not a reflection of the sins of the past, but a part of Torque's brain - in fact, it's that hissing voice in the back of Torque's head throughout the game (Blackmore replaces it in the sequel).

    So, like Blackmore, it's a secondary personality - but unlike Blackmore, it's been able to achieve a seperate existence through the supernatural properties of Carnate Island.

    With this in mind, I recommend we remove Torque's Hatred from the Malefactors page and give it an entry of its own.

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    • Underway and searching for images. Thank you for your time.

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    • I was waiting for an aficionado like you.

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