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Welcome to Wikipedia[edit]

Welcome!

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Syphon Filter[edit]

Thanks Diabol, but there is still some more work needed especially Mara Aramov, Edward Benton, Thomas Markinson, PHARCOM, Jonathan Phagan. --SGCommand (talkcontribs) 13:51, 11 June 2006 (UTC)

I will do what I can to update those profiles. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Dibol


Changing the original title of a c't article[edit]

Please refrain from changing the original title of the c't article "Jede dritte stirbt den Hitzetod" to something different. The original title/quotation is perfectly sound German, there is no need to change it at all, and changing it does not only slightly alter the meaning, but is also wrong because the original is the actual title of the c't article. Please read the discussion page Talk:Xbox 360 technical problems Mahjongg (talk) 19:01, 28 January 2008 (UTC)


Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare charater fates[edit]

Thank you for complying. The newest edit you contributed suits the article perfectly.GraMicE (talk) 06:49, 7 February 2008 (UTC)

Response to ANI report[edit]

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The Matrix Online[edit]

Just so you know, you seem to be teetering on the 3RR with your reversions of the spinoff thing. If the editor makes the change again it would probably be best to let another editor revert it. I agree with your position on there so I'll keep an eye out for the change and make the revert if it happens again.--Oni Ookami AlfadorTalk|@ 19:07, 14 February 2008 (UTC)


Looking for help to improve Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare[edit]

Hi, I noticed that you edited the article Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare recently and I am just letting you know that I plan on working on the article over the next few weeks in order to bring it up to Featured Article status. If you have time, please consider helping out with the article by improving the referencing, content, and other miscellaneous activities in order for the article to meet the standards set out at WP:WIAFA. Thanks for your time! Gary King (talk) 05:17, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks for sending me the message. I'll see what I can do. Dibol (talk) 05:30, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

March 2008[edit]

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Hi[edit]

Hello

As much as I'd like to help you, I'm hesitant to do so, seeing as there are discussions of deleting the Predator technology article altogether. If it is decided to keep it, then I will see what I can do. Dark hyena (talk) 16:37, 1 April 2008 (UTC)

April 2008[edit]

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R.E, Wageslave[edit]

I actually haven't started an RFC - yet. Right now, I'm just keeping a record of his POV edits, for a future RFC, should he continue editing in the same way. Anyway, if you have anything to add to the draft feel free to add it. Thanks. Frvernchanezzz (talk) 10:12, 21 April 2008 (UTC)


No Problem[edit]

Glad to help.Cheers Kyle1278 13:43, 31 March 2009 (UTC)

Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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Mass Effect 2[edit]

Hello, I am Kilkia and, unfortunately, I had to undo your changes to the plot section for the game. I hope you understand, but the original version was better. It introduced Shepard earlier, and fit in better in context; because the Normandy was introduced as under attack, it seems fitting that Shepard be introduced with it as its commanding officer and the main protagonist. While your edits are quite excellent and well-intentioned, I think that just stating that Commander Shepard rescues Joker without any mention of who Shepard is just seems off; a newcomer may not know that Shepard is the main protagonist. On this matter, stating how Shepard flies away admist explosions is unnecessary. He is flung away because the Normandy is attacked; the explosions are just background happenings and don't actually affect him - they are the result of the Normandy being destroyed, which is what is summarized already.

I do not normally post apologies/explanations such as this one, but I felt it appropriate, as I had to undo two of your other minor changes to the plot in order to overall undo one main change. Thus, it seems I was 'undo-happy' after undoing three of your changes in rapid succession. Sorry for that, but I hope you understand why I undid your changes to the plot. Again, it is nothing personal. I just believe, yes it is just my opinion, that the original version was better and looks quite professional. :)

-- Kilkia123 (talk) 22:37, 11 February 2010 (UTC)

Hi again, and thank you for your mature response to my above message. Now, however, some editors have decided to "simplify" the plot section of the game. Could you please take a look at the current plot section and discuss any changes you do not like? I have made a post of my opinion in the discussion page. I for one believe the original plot version as of your latest edits was the better version. I am not trying to be rude to the other editors, but now there are quite a few things wrong with the current plot section, including grammar and information being needlessly taken out.
-- Kilkia123 (talk) 03:55, 13 February 2010 (UTC)
I have read your response, and I'll have to agree I suppose. While I still don't believe the old version was "too long," compromising will, like you said, work out better than fighting for something most others don't agree on. Thanks for actually replying; nobody else has said a word in the discussion page. I'll put in some time soon to edit the whole thing for the various grammatical errors I see. I also might add in some information, however, as some parts of the current plot section don't seem to make much sense without added context. -- Kilkia123 (talk) 19:12, 15 February 2010 (UTC)


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Ending in District 9[edit]

The issue with the ending has been discussed at length first here and now here (a discussion you seem to refuse to participate in), and as you can see, the consensus is not explicitly mentioning it's Wikus since the movie doesn't, obvious as it may seem. Please do not add that statement again. --uKER (talk) 18:55, 7 March 2010 (UTC)

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Summary works in progress:[edit]

Splinter Cell: Conviction

Plot[edit]

Taking place three years after the events of Splinter Cell: Double Agent, former Navy SEAL Victor Coste is held in an interrogation room as he is interviewed by an unidentified group of men, recalling the events that have happened in the game.

After having disappeared under the radar, Sam Fisher is remotely located by former Third Echelon colleague Anna Grimsdottir in a marketplace situated Valetta, Malta. He is warned that a group of hitmen have located him. Sam dispatches them and interrogates the leader, learning that drug runner Andre Kobin was responsible for the death of his daughter, Sarah. Sam learns that Andre is present in his mansion, a re-purposed museum. Upon infiltrating the mansion, Sam interrogates Kobin and learns that the situation was "bigger than his daughter," prior to being captured by Third Echelon agents.

Sam is relocated to Price Airfield in Washington D.C., where Grimsdottir reveals that she is working with President Caldwell as a mole for Third Echelon, and that she needs his help with investigating a PMC named Black Arrow. A reluctant Sam refuses to help her, but relents after being told that Sarah is alive, and that she would set up a conversation during the course of the investigation. Grimsdottir facilitates Sam's escape from the airfield by providing him weapons and access to her car. After this point, Sam calls in his former squadmate, Victor Coste for assistance in the investigation, in part of Victor having rescued him during the events of Operation Desert Storm. Sam meets with Victor at a county fair in the Washington Monument, receives some equipment, and learns that White Box Technologies, a research-and-division company specializing in EMPs hired Black Arrow for corporate security, which is considered to be odd as Black Arrow does not provide it, hinting at a possible conspiracy connection.

Sam heads to White Box Technologies and witnesses multiple scientists having been murdered by Third Echelon director Tom Reed and Black Arrow operatives. Fisher saves one of the scientists and learns that Lucius Galliard hired Black Arrow to provide security, and that Robertson has been collecting and disposing of experimental data with EMP countermeasures. Sam reaches Robertson's office and downloads the data for Grimsdottir's analysts to study, and has a brief conversation with Sarah. He later triggers an EMP to prevent Black Arrow's tracing of the download in order to maintain Grimsdottir's cover.

Sam is later directed to the Lincoln Memorial under orders from both President Caldwell and Grimsdottir, infiltrating the area to record a conversation between Reed and Galliard. Sam later interrogates Galliard, only for the latter to get assassinated by a gunman. Sam pursues the gunman, only for the gunman to get killed by a car bomb. Sam is later drawn into a confrontation with Third Echelon agents until he is extracted by Secret Service.

Sam infiltrates the Third Echelon headquarters to recover equipment and retrieve information from Reed's office. Instead of finding Reed, Sam re-encounters Kobin and interrogates him again. Sam learns that Reed was working with Megiddo to smuggle EMP technology into the United States, and use that technology to facilitate Caldwell's assassination and have the Vice President take over the position since he was "in Megiddo's pocket." Reed would then be promoted within the higher ranks of the government and be considered a hero as a result. Kobin later reveals that he never knew anything about Sarah and only provided a false body to stage her death, urging him to ask Grimsdottir as she knew the whole story. Sam confronts Grimsdottir with the information he learned, and plays a last audio recording of Lambert. Sam learns that Lambert knew there was a mole within Third Echelon and would use Sarah as leverage against Sam at one point. As a result, Lambert had to stage her death with a car accident and provide a new identity, and used Kobin to provide a corpse in order to protect Sam, later concluding that Lambert wasn't able to locate the mole, concluding that his efforts may have been vain.

Grimsdottir later tells an enraged Sam to head to Michigan Avenue to stop one of the three EMP attacks, stating that Sarah's designated apartment is within Michigan Avenue's blast radius, while Victor recovers Sarah and later helps Sam with halting the attack. Grimsdottir would accompany Reed to the White House in order to halt the assassination. Sam is extracted by Victor as two EMP attacks go off, and has a brief reunion with Sarah. As the three go their separate ways, Sam infiltrates the White House while confronting Black Arrow and Third Echelon operatives in the process. Sam regroups with Grimsdottir and is held captive to get closer to Reed.

Upon entering the Oval Office, Sam and Grimsdottir kill the Third Echelon escorts, with Sam interrogating Reed while the United States Army extracts Caldwell. It is revealed that Caldwell was going to shut down Third Echelon and leave "America vulnerable to future attacks" and that Reed was the mole Lambert was looking for. Depending on the player's choice, Sam or Grimsdottir execute Reed.

The group's interview with Victor has concluded, with Victor stating that Sam would be with Sarah and that Sam loved him like a brother before a distant attack puts the place on alert, implying that Victor was captured by Megiddo, and that Sam was attacking the headquarters.

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January 2011[edit]

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If that's the case, then I apologize. It appeared to be an unsourced addition. ⒺⓋⒾⓁⒼⓄⒽⒶⓃ 03:03, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
No hard feelings. You had the right intention, and people make mistakes.Dibol (talk) 03:12, 10 January 2011 (UTC)

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ME3 reception[edit]

Hi Dibol,

Please don't rephrase sentence like you did to the article on Mass Effect 3. 'The fanbase' implies every single fan. If you can find a source that backs that up, add it. If not, 'some fans' is sufficient. Thanks, and happy editing. --Soetermans. T / C 10:14, 20 March 2012 (UTC)

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Aliens: Colonial Marines[edit]

Hi Dibol,

Concerning this edit, why do you think this is better? It's the plot of the optional downloadable content, which isn't necessarily part of the main game itself. Like this and other media that act as prequels, it doesn't make sense to put it before the plot of what the article is actually about. --Soetermans. T / C 22:30, 16 February 2014 (UTC)

While the DLC is optional content, the story is part of the game's canon regardless of player/fan reception. Long before the DLC came out, the entire story was incomplete especially when it came to explaining Corporal Hicks's survival. I honestly feel that putting prequel content after the main story just doesn't make the summary feel right, at all, regardless of the story content being optional DLC, or part of the main game. Splinter Cell: Conviction's plot summary worked fine regardless of the co-op content not being DLC, and I'm just trying to keep things consistent. Dibol (talk) 00:00, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

Blacklist help needed[edit]

FYI, you expand a summary in List of The Blacklist episodes in this edit. I believe the opening sentences (not added by you) were copied from this site. The removal leaves the summary incomplete, you might consider editing the summary to add some missing information, in your own words.--S Philbrick(Talk) 17:41, 1 March 2014 (UTC)

At the time of editing the summary for this episode, the information was complete and concise as it is. I did not even copy anything from the link you gave me, since I have personally seen the episode. Dibol (talk) 23:58, 1 March 2014 (UTC)

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Modes field in Template:Infobox video game[edit]

Dibol, I understand the information you're trying to add to the infobox, however, the documentation for the template is clear that the only values this field should contain are Single-player and/or Multi-player. If you wish to change how the template field is used, you need to take it up on the template's talk page.

This is also being discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Video games in a section about Destiny.

-- ferret (talk) 00:26, 10 September 2014 (UTC)

Dibol, there is a pretty strong consensus against these edits. As such, edits like this are unacceptable. Please stop or you may be blocked from editing. Thanks. Sergecross73 msg me 02:58, 10 September 2014 (UTC)

September 2014[edit]

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Ferret, how was my recent edit considered disruptive? After looking at Destiny's talk page, Mika1h actually reviewed the cited sources in question that made sense. Let me copy and paste it here. "From what I gathered reading those articles and seeing some YouTube videos, the game is single player in the same vein as other MMOs in that you can solo it, but there are still other people running around on the same server. That would make it multiplayer-only game, no matter what Bungie claims. --Mika1h (talk) 23:57, 9 September 2014 (UTC)" From my perspective here, everyone on that discussion page seems to be clinging into the idea that "because Bungie was completely vague about the game, the "Single Player/Multiplayer" modes should be fine as it is. Well, I don't see that is the case. From the ground up, Bungie's claim of a "Persistent World game" exactly functions like an MMORPG, except with a smaller scale.Dibol (talk) 20:25, 10 September 2014 (UTC)
It's disruptive in the sense that you had been asked to stop removing the content as well as inserting DRM statement and there are on going discussions. Let the discussion conclude then take action. -- ferret (talk) 21:19, 10 September 2014 (UTC)

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Your Robocop edit[edit]

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I accept that you may be frustrated, but this is not really an acceptable edit summary - even if you are correct. Edit summary guidelines are covered here - a summary of summaries if you will. Chaheel Riens (talk) 07:39, 14 November 2014 (UTC)

December 2014[edit]

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