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April 2012[edit]

Thank you for your contributions to Wikipedia. I noticed your recent edit to The Godfather does not have an edit summary. Please provide one before saving your changes to an article, as the summaries are quite helpful to people browsing an article's history. Thanks! Darkwarriorblake (talk) 17:26, 2 April 2012 (UTC)

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Editing The Godfather without an explanation[edit]

Thank you for your recent contributions to Wikipedia. Before saving your edit to any article, please provide an edit summary. So far you have not done so, for example, during your editing The Godfather (film). You made 187 uninterrupted revisions within the period, 10:42 hrs. (GMT) April 1 – 17:13 hrs. (GMT) April 2, without an explanation of the reasons for your changes.

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With kind regards, Gareth Griffith-Jones (talk) 09:33, 3 April 2012 (UTC)

Thank you for responding. Having examined many of your revisions, I had never imagined that your editing was anything other than well-intended. Well done! Kind regards, Gareth Griffith-Jones (talk) 15:05, 3 April 2012 (UTC)

The Godfather[edit]

I hope that you will take a moment and come to the talk page and join the discussion, here, about your recent edits. I want to be clear that I do not feel you have done anything substantively wrong, it is simply that a very large number of edits, in a relatively short amount of time, especially in the absence of edit summaries, is puzzling to other editors, and it is difficult to discern the reasoning behind the changes you have made. We would like you to take the opportunity to provide that explanation, please. Thanks! ---RepublicanJacobiteTheFortyFive 14:26, 3 April 2012 (UTC)

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  • I sorted this earlier this morning – at 11:38 hrs. GMT – so don't worry about it.
Regards, Gareth Griffith-Jones (talk) 17:37, 5 April 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for the work on The Godfather[edit]

Thanks for your work on The Godfather. My edits there are not meant to disrespect your contribution in any way. Your ideas are fine. As I'm sure you are aware, everyone on Wikipedia is edited, both of us included. I don't expect all my suggestions will be accepted, and neither will all of yours. Thanks. --Ring Cinema (talk) 17:18, 5 April 2012 (UTC)

Baccano![edit]

I've noticed that you've nominated Baccano! for GA. Makes me a bit jealous as there haven't been many editors other than me (though I've ignored it lately). But then that's my problem (Ack! I'm having OWN problems!) and it's not your fault I was too lazy to nominate it myself. You're welcome to it. Anywho, I think the reception section it still a bit short, even for a GA, though there isn't a shortage of reviews on the talk page. And I seem to remember a discuzsion deciding against flagicons in infoboxes. Hope you don't take those first few sentences seriously. Plain text reads harshly. :P ~Cheers, TenTonParasol 19:39, 18 April 2012 (UTC)

Oh! I'm alright with it. I was afraid you might read it like that. I don't even know why I left the above message to begin with; it doesn't accomplish much, it's silly, and it reads way too grumpy and upset. Don't cancel the nom, and I'm sorry for any problems, concerns, etc. my silliness may have caused. ~Cheers, TenTonParasol 15:34, 19 April 2012 (UTC)

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Requesting your assistance[edit]

I am trying to edit the plot for Godfather, but I am having a disagreement with User:Ring-Cinema on the talk page. I was wondering if you would like to add to the discussion your thoughts on the plot draft. JTBX (talk) 08:39, 27 April 2012 (UTC)

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September 2012[edit]

Your recent editing history shows that you are currently engaged in an edit war. Being involved in an edit war can result in you being blocked from editing—especially if you violate the three-revert rule, which states that an editor must not perform more than three reverts on a single page within a 24-hour period. Undoing another editor's work—whether in whole or in part, whether involving the same or different material each time—counts as a revert. Also keep in mind that while violating the three-revert rule often leads to a block, you can still be blocked for edit warring—even if you don't violate the three-revert rule—should your behavior indicate that you intend to continue reverting repeatedly.

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Watchmen[edit]

I had inadvertently reverted your most recent Watchmen edit, but then restored them after looking more closely and seeing that another editor, Indopug, had reinserted stylistic errors and even a large number of dead links. FYI, I have a discussion open at Talk:Watchmen. --Tenebrae (talk) 20:16, 22 March 2013 (UTC)

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Congratulations on GA[edit]

Bubble Tea.png And for passing my strict prose check DragonZero (Talk · Contribs) 04:04, 7 April 2013 (UTC)
You do not need to add the article to Wikipedia:WikiProject Anime and manga/Quality articles cause it is managed by a bot. DragonZero (Talk · Contribs) 19:07, 10 April 2013 (UTC)

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Andrew Ryan GAN[edit]

I reviewed the the Andrew Ryan GAN and put it on hold for the next week, if you'd like to take a look. czar · · 06:50, 29 May 2013 (UTC)

Just as a note[edit]

First, I really appreciate the work you're doing on the BI article; nearly all you've done to date is fine. I did restore those two paras you removed only because the aspects were heavily sourced. One other comment [1] - most of what you did in this edit is fine - a lot was written before the game was out and thus using developer statements to qualify things about gameplay. However, as a note in the future, there is no reason that the developers or other third-party reactions can't be named in the plot or gameplay sections, if they have made a statement about either that helps to clarify the topic, that's great, as that's more out-of-universe and the better style we want. For example, one part you removed (in an earlier edit) was about the comparisons various journalists made about Columbia, including Levine's quote about the Death Star; that information is not inappropriate to include in the plot section, though arguable it is clunky text for the section and removal can be seen as appropriate. But just as a caution that plot and gameplay don't have to be as "pure" from development information, if it flows right and explains things better. --MASEM (t) 14:34, 5 November 2013 (UTC)

As another note: this edit, while rewriting the prose is good, I'm a bit concerned about using the manual for everything, particularly when we can use third party sourcing for the same; personally I'd use the latter but I can understand using the primary source in other cases. I've opened the question at WT:VG#Manual vs third-party sources for gameplay sections, only as we don't have good advice in this area in general for video games. --MASEM (t) 16:38, 13 November 2013 (UTC)

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Batman: Arkham Origins video[edit]

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Irrational edit[edit]

Hi Wrath X,

I don't mind shortening Irrational Games to Irrational (or BioShock Infinite to Infinite for that matter), but the reason why I changed the wording because of the following: the sentence is "Irrational and creative director Ken Levine...", which means to say Ken Levine is both director of Irrational Games and creative director at Irrational Games, right? But Irrational Games is only mentioned once before that in the lead and separately in the infobox, and since the sentence starts off with the word "Irrational" directly followed by "and creative director" it might not be immediately clear for the average reader that Irrational Games is meant, and not the adjective irrational. Same goes for the subject of this new section: you could see it as an "edit that is irrational" or an "editing of/at Irrational". I'm not saying that the previous revision was better somehow, but it could be interpreted differently. --Soetermans. T / C 12:44, 12 February 2014 (UTC)

I understand what you're saying, and good point. I'll rename it to "Irrational Games". --- Wrath X ( talk ) 15:00, 12 February 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for that, I'm glad I could make you see my point. English isn't my mother tongue, and even though I consider myself to be very proficient in the language, it can be quite hard to explain stuff like that. I've pinged you on the Infinite talk page for another talk. Thanks, and happy editing. --Soetermans. T / C 15:15, 12 February 2014 (UTC)

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March 2014[edit]

Greetings.

You recently edited Watch Dogs, and I just wanted to drop by and personally say thank you for providing a good reference for the Wii U version still being in development. Keep up the good work! MrAdaptive343 (talk) 19:56, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

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List of Psycho-Pass 2 episodes[edit]

RE: your edit. Thanks for catching that, I was confused by the two dates on this website. (I think the 2015 one must be a purchase date or something)—Msmarmalade (talk) 04:48, 26 October 2014 (UTC)

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Kind of pointless edits[edit]

Could you cut back on the edits where you primarily replace {{plainlist}} (which is the actual name of the template) with its redirect, {{Plain list}}? It really doesn't serve any purpose at all, and it clutters my watchlist. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 08:21, 16 December 2014 (UTC)

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Infobox film[edit]

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Read this. Wrath X (talk) 7:13, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
The American Film Institute is not only the most prestigious, but also the most reputable source for film information; with that said, I'm going to take their word for it. Einsteinbomb (talk) 07:28, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
Where are your sources that the "American Film Institute is not only the most prestigious, but also the most reputable source for film information"? Wikipedia's Template:Infobox film explicitly uses the Lumiere project database to define country of production, stating that "defining the nationality of a film is a complex task." At no point does it mention the American Film Institute as the ultimate single source for film information. Other sources such as the British Film Institute and Lumiere itself must be taken in to account. Out. Wrath X 7:58, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
All major film schools are associated with the American Film Institute and this in its itself created the reputation it currently has. Furthermore, this was an American production done by Legendary Pictures which was the primary production company on the set. Einsteinbomb (talk) 17:04, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
Did you work on the film? How do you know which company was on set? The film credits state "Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Legendary Pictures, a Syncopy Production". The film is explicitly stated to be "a Syncopy Production". Also, two of the film's three producers are Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan, both of whom are the heads of Syncopy. That means something.
Did you even read Template:Infobox film? It exists for a reason. Regardless of what you and I think, Template:Infobox film states "defining the nationality of a film is a complex task. There are no widely accepted international or even European definitions of the criteria to be used to determine the country of origin of a film." Consequently "preference is given to reliable databases like BFI, AFI, or Variety." It doesn't matter if YOU think the American Film Institute is the most important source, because Wikipedia doesn't. Template:Infobox film treats the AFI on equal standing as other sources, such as the British Film Institute. Wrath X 17:33, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
Warner Bros. is the distributor of the film (owns the intellectual property) but Legendary Pictures was the main production company of the film along with DC Comics. This is why it's introduced that way, friend. Syncopy Inc. was involved as well but mainly as a producer credit towards Christopher Nolan, Legendary Pictures was the main production arm of the film. Look up Legendary Pictures and you'll see it was this production company that brought The Dark Knight to Chicago and set up everything with regards to the production of the film, this truly is quite easy as any search would suffice. Nobody is removing any sort of citation for the British Film Institute so your point is moot. Einsteinbomb (talk) 18:28, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
My main issue is that the AFI link states the films to be only American, while the BFI states them to both an American and British production. That's why I'd rather use the latter link. And of course, avoid redundant links. Moreover, my point would be moot if you weren't removing the United Kingdom entry and its accompanying BFI link in the Man of Steel article. Our discussion concerns both The Dark Knight films and Man of Steel (all of which state "Warner Bros. Pictures presents, in association with Legendary Pictures, a Syncopy Production" in their respective credits). Frankly, I'm surprised you haven't removed the United Kingdom entry in The Dark Knight articles seeing as how you keep insisting they are only American productions, but have done so for Man of Steel (maybe because Superman fights for the American way?). Our discussions are getting us nowhere as agreements are only reached through a consensus. Honestly, I'm much more frustrated by the fact that no one but me has responded to the discussion you started more than a week ago. Wrath X 18:59, 3 February 2015 (UTC)
I also hate redundant links but as to why the British Film Institute solely gets citations when this is an American financed and American intellectual property is beyond me. I didn't change The Dark Knight's British Film Institute citation due to the fact that we have contradicting institutions as to where the country of origin is. So, I decided to merely add it in addition to the British Film Institute citation, so both citations describe each country of origin according to both the American and British counterparts. The Man of Steel article had no citation when I came across it and the American Film Institute stated the country of origin was United States, so this is why the article solely has a AFI citation. Einsteinbomb (talk) 19:30, 3 February 2015 (UTC)

Man of Steel[edit]

The American Film Institute does not credit the United Kingdom as the country of origin for Man of Steel. Einsteinbomb (talk) 07:01, 3 February 2015 (UTC)

Read this. Wrath X (talk) 7:13, 3 February 2015 (UTC)

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Cowboy Bebop: The Movie[edit]

Why do you keep editing the article? It was originally there, keep the category, please. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ebb1993 (talkcontribs) 16:53, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

  • "Originally there" is not a valid reason. "Terrorism in fiction" is already covered by its subcategory "Films about terrorism". Adding both is redundant. Moreover, according to Category:Terrorism in fiction, "Pages in this category should be moved to subcategories where applicable. This category may require frequent maintenance to avoid becoming too large. It should directly contain very few, if any, articles and should mainly contain subcategories." Wrath X (talk) 17:04, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

It's still a terrorism themed movie. Please leave it in anyway. I have many other movies listed in that same category. You're better off removing all the movies in that category at that rate... — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ebb1993 (talkcontribs) 20:01, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

  • It's a terrorism themed movie hence it's placed in the Films about terrorism category. Subcategories exist so that the main category isn't bloated. Some works such as video games, tv series, plays, etc. don't have terrorism subcategories so they can be placed in the main category Terrorism in fiction. However, films do have their own subcategory so they should be placed there. Wrath X (talk) 21:04, 7 July 2015 (UTC)

Then I suggest you get rid of all the movies in that category and move it into the "films about terrorism" category. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ebb1993 (talkcontribs) 05:17, 8 July 2015 (UTC)

Stars[edit]

In general, actors billed above the title are considered the film's stars, while those below the title, in what is called the billing box, are featured actors. If there are no actors listed above the title, then those in the billing box can be considered to be the film's stars. BMK (talk) 23:21, 7 August 2015 (UTC)

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VG infobox[edit]

Hey, could you contribute towards the new infobox discussion we're trying to make the new standard, to avoid this edit warring?

EDIT: If you aren't going to actually contribute to the discussion, then why be so pedantic with the outdated guidelines? I'd like to resolve this soon, and your input on something other than the edit summaries would be appreciated ~ Dissident93 (talk) 06:58, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

Primarily because the discussion should be held here: Template talk:Infobox video game, where the focus is the template. Moreover, I don't mind much if the template is changed, but I do want the infoboxes in articles to stick to the template. That is why, until the template itself is changed then the article infoboxes will abide by the current template. -- Wrath X (talk) 07:31, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

I agree, but the discussion wasn't started by me, and the more people we get discussing it, the better. Game articles (including GA/FA ranked ones) have always had some exceptions to the infobox guidelines, even without violating any of the current rules, which I thought my edits fell into. ~ Dissident93 (talk) 07:36, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

Also, I do consider your composer listing as somewhat original research. You have to manually go out of your way to see who wrote tracks in the OST as opposed to listing staff as how the game (primary source) objectively lists them. If the game lists Williams first then that's how it should be in the infobox. If The Godfather lists Marlon Brando first in the credits, then that's how it should in the infobox despite him not being the main character. Moreover, I get that you want Kojima listed as producer and writer as he's pretty famous and he's the creator of the franchise. But the game credits him equally with the other three writers, thus all four writers should be treated equally. Besides, Kojima is primarily notable for being the designer and director of the Metal Gear series, and he is already listed as those in the infobox. Honestly, I don't mind if the staff limit can be extended a bit but until that happens the infobox should stick to the current template. It's infuriating; I list more than three writers in an article only to be corrected by someone and then you come along and do the same thing as me and I have to be the one to correct you. Then the edit war ensues. -- Wrath X (talk) 07:43, 14 September 2015 (UTC)

Original research is me asking the composers themselves. "Going out of my way" to fact-find violates that? Isn't that what a source is? I get what you mean about the actor credits, but screentime/who's the main character in a film is debatable, number of contributions from the game's officially endorsed soundtrack isn't. The recent consensus agrees that they should be ordered in list of contribution, I mean, the writer field already is. Hondo is even clearly credited as "lead composer" in the game anyway. And of course all four writers should be listed, the "three or less" rule really applies when people try to add every writer in the game, ending up with 10 or something. Not having any listed because it's more than the general guideline is asinine, and fails to improve the article at all. I also don't mean to be rude or hostile, but if Konami properly did their credits, instead of splitting both composers into two seperate sections (one for "music", other for "composition"), this wouldn't even be an issue. ~ Dissident93 (talk) 05:14, 15 September 2015 (UTC)
That was not a consensus, only two people agreed (Mable, PresN); I'm not even sure about Mable since he actually said "order or hierarchy credited makes more sense" with PresN noting that was the opposite of what you said. Anyway, this is a consensus: it's an RFC with editors voicing their opposition or support with a consensus reached. But never mind, for The Phantom Pain I guess I won't mind Ludvig Forssell being listed first in the composer field since he is credited "Lead Composer", and Daniel James being omitted entirely since he isn't even mentioned in the opening credits. But if the credits had explicitly stated "Music by Justin Burnett and Ludvig Forssell" as opposed to "Music by Justin Burnett; Lead Composer Ludvig Forssell" then Burnett should be listed above Forssel per the credits. Do you agree with this? Take The Dark Knight for example; its credits state "Music by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard" therefore Zimmer should be listed before Howard in the infobox. Going to the OST to check if Zimmer really wrote more tracks than Howard would be overdoing it. Another problem with using the OST is that they also contain songs which definitely should not be taken into account in the infobox. Phil Collins made significant contributions to the Tarzan soundtrack but since they were all songs and not the music score then he shouldn't be in the film infobox. OSTs also, I think anyway, can omit certain tracks from the film, game, etc..
Moreover, the funny thing is that when I first started editing The Phantom Pain's infobox I actually listed all four writers but Soetermans reverted my edit citing the Template:Infobox video game. I didn't oppose since I thought he made a good point. Then you come along and do the same thing I did. I revert your edits, edit war ensues, and then Soetermans takes your side. Lol. Basically, I'm in the wrong regardless of whether I follow or go against the template. This isn't the first time I exceeded the infobox limit and got reverted by editors who cited Template:Infobox video game by the way.
Anyway, I guess I won't oppose your composer edits in Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain but I still think the composer field in the MGS4 infobox should stay the way it is. According to the ending credits, MGS4 has a total of 11 music writers; all are credited as "music", no one is credited as "Lead Composer" or just "Composer". However the opening credits only list two music writers: Harry Gregson-Williams and Nobuko Toda. Listing 11 composers would be a too much for the infobox so I think only Williams and Toda should be listed per the opening credits. The Ground Zeroes and Phantom Pain infoboxes only list the composers appearing in the opening credits so I think this game should do the same. Moreover, MGS4's opening credits explicitly state: "Music - Harry Gregson-Williams - Nobuko Toda"; Williams and Toda are credited equally, with no lead among them, and with Williams credited above Toda so I think that Williams should be listed first in the infobox with Toda second. -- Wrath X (talk) 06:52, 15 September 2015 (UTC)

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Terminator[edit]

Please do not just remove sourced material until we reach a conclusion on the talk page. Thanks. Andrzejbanas (talk) 17:53, 25 November 2015 (UTC)

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Cowboy Bebop on Adult Swim I.Sat[edit]

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More information: http://blog.isat.tv/enero-2016/adult-swim-8/ — Preceding unsigned comment added by Angel135 (talkcontribs) 15:39, 29 December 2015 (UTC)

February 2016[edit]

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March 2016[edit]

You currently appear to be engaged in an edit war according to the reverts you have made on On the Waterfront. Users are expected to collaborate with others, to avoid editing disruptively, and to try to reach a consensus rather than repeatedly undoing other users' edits once it is known that there is a disagreement.

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  • We are editors, not transcribers. We do not simply write down what's on a film's credits., If there is researc from a reputable and reliable source -- and the American Film Institute is certainly that -- which expands, contradicts or gives firther context to the credits, then we, as editors, are obligated to report that to our readers. THere is no "must", for instanxce, about the billing box. As has been told to you before, when an actor's name is above the title in larger typeface than every other actor that actor is the star of the film. This is how the film business works, and you cannot ignore it or wave it away. The rest of the actors on the poster are co-stars, or featured actors, but the person ABOVE THE TITLE is the star. Period.
    Now, all this has been explained to you before, and it seems, from looking at your talk page, that you don;t pay attention to what people are saying, simply close your eyes and ears and pretend that you don't hear it. This is the kind of behavior that will get you blocked from editing, and I strongly advise you to stop, now, before you hit a wall of crap. BMK (talk) 02:34, 11 March 2016 (UTC)

You accuse me of not paying attention to people, even though you're the one ignoring consensus and the template rules. Most recently your edits were addressed when you were editing Titanic, and yet you ignore it and still continue to edit how you want. Responding to you will yield no results. This matter will be discussed with other editors... again. -- Wrath X (talk) 03:23, 11 March 2016 (UTC)

Replacing templates with redirects to their proper name[edit]

Please stop replacing {{plainlist}} with {{plain list}}. I think I've asked you to stop doing this before. {{plain list}} is a redirect to the proper name of the template. What are you trying to accomplish by replacing a template with a redirect to the proper name? NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 23:38, 5 April 2016 (UTC)

Oops. I assumed {{plain list}} was the proper name since plainlist is technically not a real word. I didn't know it was actually a redirect. My mistake. -- Wrath X (talk) 10:29, 6 April 2016 (UTC)
Sorry about making such a big deal about it. I've been cleaning up a lot of vandalism and hoaxing lately, and it's left me too short-tempered about minor stuff. I couldn't understand why you were changing the templates around, and i probably should have asked instead of being all irritable. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 20:12, 6 April 2016 (UTC)

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