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Parentheticals[edit]

I'm pretty sure I've approached you about this before, but please stop adding parentheticals to articles. You use parentheticals far too much, like here, where for some reason you write "On Earth-15061 (which takes place in an alternate future in the year 20XX)" instead of "On Earth-15061, which takes place in an alternate future in the year 20XX." Of course I have to ignore for a moment what "20XX" is supposed to mean to a casual reader... Is that a guess? Is that what the year is referred to in-universe? Who knows...

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K.C. Undercover[edit]

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Regarding this edit, we generally document guest star credits exactly as-is, with some exceptions such as changing capitalization in line with the Manual of Style. Co-stars are not to be confused with guest stars, and they are usually minor roles so they shouldn't be listed. Although in this case, it's pretty shocking that Brett only got a co-star credit (despite the press release citing him as a guest star), especially since he was featured as a special guest star in earlier episodes, that was their decision. Same goes for the other characters, still pretty surprising even if not as much as Brett. nyuszika7h (talk) 21:37, 25 January 2016 (UTC)

Mastodon tooth[edit]

Dude, I'm the last person to find a mastodon tooth in Kentucky an I have proof too if you need the proof I'll show ya haha Hunter nitz2014 (talk) 23:52, 2 February 2016 (UTC)

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List of Universes and Realms in Once Upon a Time[edit]

Hi. Firstly, I have noticed that you keep writing descriptive synopsis for the worlds in the first section.

Eg 1. Victorian England is a world based on England during the Victorian era. This is where Alice comes from.

Eg 2. Oz is a world that serves as the location of the Sisterhood of Witches and other residents including a transported failing circus performer from our world named Walsh (who operated as the Wizard of Oz). Zelena was raised and adopted by a family in this world before she learned of her family in the Enchanted Forest and would later begin her origins as the Wicked Witch of the West.)

This is not needed when there is already a history written. Currently, I have been writing the complete history for each worlds, when those are added, long descriptive at the beginning is not needed as it is already written in the history. It's just repeating the history. As for worlds where you compare it to ours : (Victorian England is a world based on England during the Victorian era) this is technically not need. This world is similar to ours Victorian era BUT the timeline is concurrent to ours.

Secondly, you removed the part where I said that Victorian England was cursed by the Dark Curse. In OUaTiW, it it proven that this world was affected as none of the characters aged for 28 years. The White Rabbit and Will only comes to that land to save Alice after the curse broke.

Thirdly, the London, England location. For this, I have already posted a thread in the talk page. It's better to discuss there.

Hopefully you'll see this and get back to me. Thanks for listening. Naveenruben97 (talk) 02:51, 12 March 2016 (UTC)

List of World (Replied)[edit]

Hi, I have just replied to your questions in the talk page for the List of Worlds. But I do not remember saying anything related to Dorothy tho? XD Naveenruben97 (talk) 09:05, 12 March 2016 (UTC)

Hey, I have another confirmation for the London, England place. According to TV Guide with interviews (http://www.tvguide.com/news/once-upon-time-season2-finale-spoilers-1064946/) Bae landed in Victorian London and ends up in a realm called London, England. Another proof is in the Season 2 episode The Queen is Dead, Bae (Neal Cassidy) mentions "This world isn't the first stop from my home world", referring "this world" to the Land Without Magic, meaning London, England was never part of the Land Without Magic. He was there first, then Neverland, then years later Our World.

For my other explanations, see the talk page. Naveenruben97 (talk) 05:42, 13 March 2016 (UTC)

Nomination of Monster High: Escape from Skull Shores for deletion[edit]

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List of Kill la Kill characters edits[edit]

Please hold back on making unncessary edits:

Regarding Guts': THIS EDIT The hoodie is not blue. It's more grey. Also the derivation of his name needs to be cited to an episode or a reference from the production site.

Regarding THIS EDIT You don't need to say that the Elite Four are "loyal to Satsuki" They're in her council so of course they serve her. That would be like saying "Ryuko's best friend. She is loyal to Ryuko."

Also, you do not need to say "Among the members of the Honnouji Academy Elite Four are:" because all four members are known.

Same with "Several of the school's club leaders challenge Ryuko in early episodes of the series where they serve Satsuki and the Hannouji Academy Elite Four." This isn't needed.

Listing out every last club that was mentioned in the series, as with "In addition, there are unnamed leaders of the Biology Club, the 100 Poet's Club, the Rakugo Club, the Swimming Club, the Basketball Club, the Wrestling Club, the American Football Club, and the Baseball Club." is minute detail. The only reason the club leaders are given a pass is because they are given a profile on the website.

Also, not every sentence needs to start with the character's name. Pronouns are allowable. AngusWOOF (barksniff) 22:00, 23 March 2016 (UTC)

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WP:V[edit]

This edit and corresponding summary is very frustrating, because again you are demonstrating a lack of awareness for established policies, in this case, WP:V. By no stretch of the imagination would saying "so-and-so told me by email that X was true" qualify as verifiable. Also, unless there are developer credits in the episodes, the credit doesn't belong in the article. We don't manufacture credits, we go by what the studio puts out. If a person does the same work that an Executive Director does on a series, but is only credited as a Story Editor, we don't unilaterally decide, "Well, they worked really hard, so we should give them an Executive Director credit." We go by what the show's credits say. That's it. Cyphoidbomb (talk) 22:50, 3 April 2016 (UTC)

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Victorian London / Edwardian London[edit]

Hi, I say your message. Yes, I had been wondering too about that. I'm not really sure who changed it but I think Edwardian London is better. According to the reference for that world, it's considered as Victorian or Edwardian London and since we already have a Victorian-era themed world, this one can't be the same too.

I remmeber once Eddy Kitsis said that the Darling's and Alice's London are not the same world. So, probably one in the Victorian Era (Victorian England - Alice) another Edwardian Era (Edwardian London - Darlings) and then the one with not time (1920s England - De Vil) Naveenruben97 (talk) 02:53, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

Oh shit, yeah I forgot that, i just added (tho it's weird that I add it now). BTW, I have confirmation on Kansas being a world of it's own and not in Our Real World Naveenruben97 (talk) 02:53, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

Yeah, I do. I already added Kansas as a world on it's own and reference to Adam's twitter account. Go see the tweet. Naveenruben97 (talk) 02:58, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

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List of OUAT characters[edit]

Hey there, could you help me with something. Go to this link (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:List_of_Once_Upon_a_Time_characters#Nicknames) and comment on your own opinion for the matter.

This user is trying to change the format of the page on the way we categorize the charcaters names (Eg: Regina Mills/Evil Queen) to Regina Mills (The Evil Queen). This user calls their titles (Evil Queen, Queen of Hearts, Red Queen, White Queen, etc) as nicknames and wants to place them in brackets : (). I feel that it's really messy and disorganized but this user is fighting back regarding the issue.

The user also wants to place "Unknown" in the Real World counterpart for some as he/she thinks that it's need. But, as proven, some like Granny and Jefferson and Regina does not really have Real World counterparts, so meaning for the others (like some of the dwarves), it cannot be confirmed that they even had a counterpart. N/A is better as all the characters are used with N/A.

I had counter-argued with her points. Due read it tho. Naveenruben97 (talk) 08:42, 17 April 2016 (UTC)

Merger discussion for Doombot[edit]

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OUaTiW Character[edit]

Hey, I noticed that you moved the Wonderland characters and placed them in the subsection for the Wonderland characters. Wouldn't it be easier if the characters were together in the parent series section? Cause like now Will is in the parent section but not in the Wonderland section and if we add Will into the Wonderland section, then there'll be 2 Will. Naveenruben97 (talk) 07:48, 25 April 2016 (UTC)

April 2016[edit]

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Additions to Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir[edit]

Hi Rtkat3! Thank you for your efforts to improve Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir; unfortunately, the few dozen characters you added do not meet Wikipedia's notability guidelines, so I had to revert your edit. You can read MOS:TVCAST for more detailed info, but basically, only the main characters and frequently recurring characters should be listed. The other students either appear prominently in just one episode, or have background roles; detailed information about them is best left to episode summaries in which they appear. Thanks for your understanding. Soren121 (talk) 21:55, 27 April 2016 (UTC)

Wikia is used as a source[edit]

Hi, you to let you know, some part of the List of worlds in Once Upon a Time is taken from Wikia, eventhe locations with an uncanon name. Now, I have asked the Wikia admins and they are allowing us to keep it, but we need to state them as a source (meaning appreciate all their hard work and credit them). I think we should. Last time, I remember that the worlds page copied blindly from the Wikia page and in the end, the entire page was deleted due to plagiarism. Is there any way to add like a box or something at the top of the page stating that the page uses some information from the Wikia page and credits goes to the contributors? like in the Characters page there's a box at the top stating the multiple issues with the page (a boxlike that)? Naveenruben97 (talk) 08:19, 29 April 2016 (UTC)

Hey and yeah, they let us use their information, but they wants to be credited in some way. I think the box at the top is the easiest way to credit them. But I do not know how to do that (Hint: something like the characters page but that one states multiple issues) Naveenruben97 (talk) 01:49, 30 April 2016 (UTC)

Copy and pasting again[edit]

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Worlds page had been deleted/moved/redirect[edit]

Hey, as you might already know, the page is gone because I placed the Wikia page as a source at the top of the page. The problem is being resoled but the user who removed it is claiming that the entire page is based on fandom. See User talk:Drmies#The world's page for the messages. I'm also asking your help to help me comment your thoughts regarding the matter in his talk page (see the link). Thanks :) Naveenruben97 (talk) 07:57, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

  • No, Naveenruben97, you are misrepresenting the situation. No, that Wikia tag was not the reason. And that discussion, you can take that up on the article talk page--not my talk page. Thank you. Drmies (talk) 13:58, 3 May 2016 (UTC)

The Worst Place[edit]

I copy pasted this from the talk page as none replied.

Hey guys and girls, I'm opening this section is to talk about the Worst Place and the characters involved in it. Currently, characters like Blacktooth and Captain Silver is mentioned to be in the Worst Place. After the recent episode (Ruby Slippers), it can be confirmed that the River of Lost Souls is a portal/gateway to the Worst Place. This is further confirmed with Emily Brown (Auntie Em). Her mug was spiked with water from that river and after she physically melted, she was send to the river. Her tombstone was later shown to be cracked, meaning she is now in the Worst Place. In another episode (Devil's Due), Hades did mention that the River of Lost Souls is connected to that world. Does this means that Milah and Gaston is too now in the Worst Place? I think so, but I'm still having doubts and require opinions from other users. Anyone as any theories as how this river/world (Worst Place) works? Cause it's been mentioned before that when the tomb is cracked, it means the soul is trapped in the Worst Place.

After the episode "Ruby Slippers", it can be said that the River of Lost Souls sends the victims to the Worst Place and there was an episode where Hades mentioned to Hook that the river is connected to the Worst Place, meaning all those who had been thrown into the river is now in the Worst Place. Naveenruben97 (talk) 06:51, 4 May 2016 (UTC)

Yeah, but in Ruby Slippers, it's shown that after Aunt Em was sent to the river, her tombstone cracked, meaning she's in the Worst Place. This proves that the river sends souls to the Worst Place. Naveenruben97 (talk) 04:32, 9 May 2016 (UTC)

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Look[edit]

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Update[edit]

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Skylanders Response[edit]

Yes I am excited for Imaginators. ;) Crash Bandicoot is a Life Brawler Sensei in the game.

I even have a forum up for it and the upcoming Skylanders Academy Netflix show. ;) -- Aura24 (talk) 18:24, 24 June 2016 (UTC)

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Hank Pym[edit]

Hi, Rtkat3. I'm not sure how that appearance is anything notable that affects the character's status quo. It just seems like standard story events. I might very well be missing its significance, so do let me know if there's anything special I'm not seeing. --Tenebrae (talk) 17:13, 30 June 2016 (UTC)

USM Ratings[edit]

Hello! I'm sorry to bother you, but I was wondering if you can add the ratings for the last two episodes of USM? I've contacted other people, asking them to add it, but they're no responding. The ratings for "The Sinister Six - Part 2" and ratings for "Agent Web".--68.11.91.158 (talk) 18:07, 2 July 2016 (UTC)

Spider-Man (Miles Morales)[edit]

Please stop adding trivial episode synopses to articles on comics characters, as you did with this edit to Spider-Man (Miles Morales). We've been over this a million times, and yet you just don't seem to care: The "Other media" sections of such articles should summarize such info, not list a synopsis of every episode of every media adaptation featuring the character. Nightscream (talk) 02:08, 7 July 2016 (UTC)

Mentioning the codename is fine, but going into the level of detail you did is not necessary to do so.
I'm liking the new series just fine. Nightscream (talk) 15:10, 7 July 2016 (UTC)

Piping redirected links[edit]

Please don't change links such as [[Dr. Jekyll]], which redirects to Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (character), to be piped like [[Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (character)|Dr. Jekyll]]. The existing link is fine per WP:NOTBROKEN, and if we avoided redirects every time, we couldn't tell how commonly they are linked to. (Other wikis, such as the Hungarian Wikipedia, sadly have a convention to bypass redirects every time when linking.) nyuszika7h (talk) 18:01, 9 July 2016 (UTC)

July 2016[edit]

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Miles Morales in Civil War II response[edit]

I don't think it's that salient for inclusion. Nightscream (talk) 17:46, 21 July 2016 (UTC)