I know this is gonna sound silly but I wondering if is it alright we could please change the names "Ultimecia" & "Adel" of the said (jpg/png) pics to their titles on what you have mentioned is really true, like with Count Dracula or Sorcerer Nakano in the Highlander films? If not, I'll understand.
What I mentioned is true, and yet is not. Her name is Ultimecia and everyone knows her as such, so renaming the pictures is possible, yet not necessary. What I meant is that "Sorceress" with a capital S is used as a title for all three witches of the story, including in their dialogue box. What I said is that since a nobility title is included in the full name, like indeed Count or King, so mentioning her full name should include the title
Not completely seperating. I think it keeps the two connected while keeping the extra pictures (over the limit of 20 images) in the article's subpage, the gallery page. I first finally realized it after I too many pics I added & placed onto my Cartmanland theme park, & asked myself, "will it hold the extra pics altogether? What if someone goes crazy & overboard when they do pictures spamming? What if the extra images added would mess up the loading process in the future or something?". & so, I decided to do something a bit different.
You know, what else should bit official? I don't think it should be big of a deal, I'm spitballing here. First category about the genre of the story, then the media, then the series, then the role, then the characteristics... This is an order you or someone (even an admin) with the same thought as you are quite attached to in your articles, then me or anybody (including an admin) do with the categories in their furnished articles (like me for for example,fires the role, second the media, third the genre).
I'm afrait it would only lead to nitpicking and edit war. To be fair, reorganizing the categories as I did was close to that. Perhaps, launching a discussion to define a order of categories, but you know as well as I do that such guidelines would be overlooked.
if they commit crimes they can count but if they are just boxers doing their jobs they are not valid, no matter how "heel" their actions are.. mean-spirited jerks are not valid until they commit actual crimes.
Ivo counts because he transcended simply being a sports rival and very much went into criminal territory (that and being a tool for Soviet superpowers, of that era.. making him (by the setting) a literal "evil mascot" designed to show off how superior the Soviet regime was (the Soviets were depicted as evil in these films, due to the setting and time period etc).
Hello, it has been brought to my attention that certain users have added characters from Salem like Mary Sibley, Countess Von Marburg and others using content from Salem Wiki without proper attribution. Would it be possible to take a look at them, ensuring adherence to Wiki Policy?
Hello, it seems like you are, in regards to articles such as Dahlia (The Originals), and probably many others, using content derived from The Vampire Diaries & Originals Wiki without proper attribution wherein required by FANDOM ToU. Please rectify this by adding an acknowledgement on all TVD articles copied from our wiki that you are indeed, using said information from the community.
Balthus Dire wrote:
I for one do not watch The Vampire Diaries or The Originals, know nothing about its characters and never wrote a line about them on this wiki. Yet, plagiarism is likely. I will investigate.
Apologies if my message sounded like I was putting the sole blame on you. Where I have used the pronoun 'you', I meant the wiki.
I gotta ask you a serious question concerning these templates "Self" & "PD" before I would decide to continue on removing them from the other 1000 files or not, since the "Images wiki templates" category was originally decleared void & erased. Are they supposed to be some sort of copyright thing or something?
as You might have seen I afforded myself to change article about Koren a bit...just one grammatical error You made but I will revise this article again and correct every grammar mistake You might have made...
An alias is a specific nickname, other identity, or title unique to the character, relevant to the character and who can be used interchangeably with the villain's name (or instead of the villain's discarded name, as with Tobi or Golbez). More or less.
Or at least a style of adress unique to the character (Scotia being called "Her Unholiness" by her servant and neutral parties for instance). Those were completely regular styles of adress that could be used towards anyone in a position of authority.