He constantly likes spamming "There are fans who still root for this character/show" in almost every article. He also likes to spam "This character/animation/title card/music is still good" in almost every article as well. It's gotten to the point where he just likes to overuse the same pointers for no reason, making the articles look wordier and generic, and barely contributes into fixing things that's actually broken. I also like to point out that he does this on other wikis by the way.
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Can you please block MarioBobFan for a week or two?
I'd block you if I could, but I can't, unfortunately.
The user can't block users on this wiki right now since there are no admins nor is he one.
Oh okay I see, probably because the Character Wikis are no longer part of Miraheze despite being restored recently. I understand.
why did you delete chloe price page
why did you
Because she's a well-liked character by critics and fans.
what about bakugo from mha hes a liked character but hes on this wiki
I think I'll delete that page as well.
but i thought the wiki was about characters based off there quality as a person and not if they are well recieved
On the other wikis, we agreed to create pages based on the general consusus of people's view's on certain things, because the whole "just because it's popular doesn't mean it's good" thing doesn't really work, as that only shows how opinionated some people are and how dismissive they are of others' opinions on them.
well gg you win but months ago you said you were gonna delete it in the comments why did you wait till now to do it
Because at times, I often listen to feedback not only from admins, but non-admins as well, depending on the situation and how it should be changed, and even though I disagree, I'll usually leave things as is.
Sorry for spamming so much on Terrible TV Shows Wiki
Let's move on from this.
But there is something I truly don't understand. Why do people compare shows like Tom and Jerry and Oggy and the Cockroaches to the reality and real life? What is the purpose of doing this? I am surely not the first person who noticed that these shows were NEVER supposed to be realistic nor logical in the first place. They weren't supposed to have consistent plot either. It was done to make them hilarious. Almost everything these shows is either impossible or next to impossible. Yet people quite often compare them to the reality. Sorry for bothering you so much but would you enlighten me about this?
Why not bring up this topic in one of the TV Shows Wikis instead of this wiki?
Because, when I tried to, message popped up that I don't have required rights.
Okay, well, back to the subject at hand: sometimes being a cartoon doesn't really excuse some of the logic (or the lack of there of) in it. For example, SpongeBob has some stuff in it that doesn't make any sense, like Patrick being in Mrs. Puff's dream despite having never met the former until later on in Season 3, or when that customer yelling at SpongeBob for not delivering his drink despite having never ordered one. Sure, it's a cartoon full of stuff that makes no sense, but some of the things I just mentioned are pretty illogical and often make you scratch your head about them.
Okay. I get it. But this lack of logic is what makes this show hilarious.
It can be hilarious when done right and has relevance, but not to the point where it pretty much becomes a flaw.
Please tone down the protection for the Scrappy page.
I've already asked this to @DarkMatterMan4500, but can you tone down the protection for the scrappy page to autoconfirmed users? Its been under protection for a long time and never received any edits since March 3, 2019.
If it's been protected for that long, then I'll go ahead and remove its protection.
Don't sugarcoat Lucien.
He's a horrible character that deserves a lot of hate for what he did.
I'm not sugarcoating him; it's just that you made that page look like an angry rant, which was why I deleted it.
I never played Fable II, but that page can be recreated.
As long as it's more professionally written than it was last time.
the reason why I call him a kid is because of his behaviour and the things that he says, like when I said "I can't imagine other reason to like that show" or "Everyone who likes Carol Danvers is a SJW", that is like saying that only black people watch The Boondocks (a show with black people as protagonists).
While calling him a kid sounds ageist, I do not know his real age and an adult would not act like him.
Is okay to have a page about Carol Danvers on this wiki?
I know that she is very hated and that draft had valid pointers which are good enough to be on an real page.
I think she already has a page here, specifically her MCU counterpart. Unless you refer to the comic book version of her?
I talk about her comic book version.
As of now no one has purged that page.
About that revert you just made:
The reason why I did that was because Somuchpainflowing was globally locked for abusive behavior towards multiple people.
Sorry about that. It's just that some of the grammar was actually pretty proper, that link to the GCW page had a note=no sign in it, and it had a comment section in it on that page.
I understand that the user was globalled for his abusive behavior, and he deserved it, but I didn't think that one edit he made on the Mr. Turner page was really that bad, and I thought that it didn't need undoing.
Sorry for reverting your edit on it.
Excuse me, how did you delete the wiki page?
Sorry dude, only Admins can delete pages, blogs or topics.
That information is classified.
@JillianeCobre Who are you talking to? (Just so I don't get confused.)
Because you guys didn't notice and reply something on user talk when I create to.
@JillianeCobre You know you're gravedigging an older topic, right?
What gravedigging older topic?
This one. This topic is 4 months old.
4 months old?!
Please block Dopictures and Corinne The Mermaid of the Dreams
They're being trolls. Also delete all the pages and comments they've added.
I'll get right to it.
Following a report to Miraheze Stewards by your fellow administrator on this wiki, DarkMatterMan4500, of likely user accounts policy violations (i.e., ban evasion) by Ihatelynnloudjr2, I have globally locked their alternate accounts, but not their primary account and provided them appropriate guidance at their user talk page on Meta. However, there was one non-unified user account, Hatelynnloudjrok, which exists on this wiki alone. As such, it cannot be globally locked until the user logs into the account. If you, DarkMatterMan4500, and/or others are concerned the user may attempt to use that account, I can be requested by you and/or your local wiki community to merge that non-unified account into one of the globally locked accounts. For the time being, though, I will leave that as is.
Separately, I noticed that you revoked the user's user talk page access when you applied the block. As that is certainly your right, I wanted to provide you the same recommendation I provided to DarkMatterMan4500 in terms of a procedural best practice with regard to blocking, and that is to leave talk page access open for at least one or ideally two appeals, then revoke the talk page access if the appeals become a waste of time or are otherwise having diminishing returns. Anyway, something for you to consider, and to consider discussing with fellow administrators in terms of implementing a potential administrative procedural change to your wiki's blocking policy/guidelines (assuming such exists).
So in short, when blocking a user, I have to leave his/her talk page open for them to explain their actions, and if they don't answer, I can turn their talk pages back off?
Yes, that's exactly what he's trying to say.
Okay. I'll keep that in mind.
Why not just globaly ban him?
Thats what id do
He did stuff illigeal anyways
I don't know how to global a user, so I'll that to another admin.
Ok i think you need to press ther profile than there should be options some where