Hi, I know I technically have no right to ask this. But, I wanr to help improve this wiki. Have you considered making discussion topics and a filter? Here's some topics I've seen used that have made wikis a lot easier to navigate: Images and Links, theories, opinions, VS fights, Q&A, Manga, Anime, Official & Mod
Those pages are about the Sacred Treasures, so in the images the focus should be the ST. In Rhitta page per example, the previous picture focus was Escanor and the weapon is behind him, in the background.
A Sin appearing in the image is just circunstancial; think in Gowther, his ST is basically inseparable from him, so he is always going to appear in any image.
In any case, if there is an image where the ST can be seen clearly and in full detail, with Sin or not, that is the image that preferably should be used.
Fair enough. Its just that if an ST is not shown by itself during its introduction, it won't be seen without its sin for the rest of the series and this applies to Gideon, Herritt and Lostvayne. Half of all the ST. Where I'm coming from is that getting all of them to all be images with a sin is more consistent and would look like a set of pages when viewing from the ST tag.
Hi, I have assignment from Fandom to add some content from the new season (mostly ep summaries), so I will be doing that if you don't mind. Feel free after that to redact the summaries to improve the english.
Hey!..I've seen u guys have put details such as that EP17 of S3 will conclude the Prelude to new holy war arc with CH256 ..But the current pacing seems to be adapting 3 chapters every ep , so that would mean EP 17 will end with CH246 . Or did you guys get official news on what eps will adapt what chapter ?..
Things that come to my mind now would be: either updating image galleries (with the images already in the database), writing old chapter missing summaries or adding references to the many pages that need them. That or basically any updating in general in the wiki.
I changed it back because that is his actual age. The other number was wrong, because Hawk was kidnapped shortly after his birth, so he barely lived in Purgatory. 16 years is the time that Hawk lived in the real world, therefore that is his official age.
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I think this was meant to establish a "name uniformity" (I don't know if that's the right term). Other wikis did this, like One Piece wiki; as there are several translations from the various sources where people read the manga, it was opt to keep the techniques original names to ensure that it will be recognized as the same techniques
Regarding this reply on our previous discussion, I still think they should be in the translated version, using the official English licensor's translation. And if the readers are not sure whether the technique name in official TL is the same as the one in their read fan TL, they should be able to simply cross-check with the romaji name given right next to it.