Hello, Unok. Can I ask you something? May I suggest to use present tense when you write the summaries? The summaries of other episodes and chapters are written in present as well. I think it goes better that way.
Also, I removed the "eyecath" and "endcard" image section, as they are sadly not present this season. Do you agree with this?
Maybe it shouldn't get it's own spot on the page and we could just place it on the Red Demon page? The lesser demons can have variations among there own (e.g. Blue Demons), the anime just replaced it with an ordinary Red Demon, and it was not listed as it's own thing here
You do have a point, but this seems to be a bit different case. He no longer had a demon body, so destroying the statue should kill him. Additionally, Estarossa took his commandment, which is said you can take it if he gives it, unable to fight or dead. He could have taken it without destroying him, so I would guess killing him would have been faster for Estarossaa and he chose that.
Hi Unok! I'm reaching you to ask for your opinion on something. You know that in the pages with abilities or techniques names we have, per example, this: Full Counter「全反撃Zen Hangeki (Furukauntā)」; we have the japanese, the reading of the kanji themselves and the intended reading in katakana respectively.
So I was thinking that the reading of the kanji wouldn't be actually useful information; the reading itself it's not used at any point, as the kanji are there just to apport meaning to the intended reading.
To make it short, my suggestion would be to remove that reading and leave it like this: Full Counter「全反撃Furukauntā」.
What do you think?
P.S.: If I didn't explain it clearly, please let me know.^_^
Hi, yeah, I understand what you meant. And it usually makes sense as some kanji sometimes have multiple reading and the hiragana there helps how to be read and usually only that reading is written. In our case it's katakana and katakana is usually used to write foreign words/names. So it basically says of how it should be translated and not really of how the kanji should be read. Another take could be that the author thinks of the attacks in english and gives the kanji for the non-english understanding japanese readers, so they know what the attack would mean.
Because of that, I'm really torn between: I do support that the meant reading there is enough; but at the same time it's a transcription of the english word and not the actual/normal reading of the kanji. So I'm fine with both scenarios, but if I keep thinking I may support more what you meant as if I'm japanese reader I would read just the katakana and if I don't understand what that english word meant, then I would read the kanji. And in that aspect, just leaving the katakana reading is fine.
Hi Unok! I've been talking with EvilDragonLord about this over on this thread but I was wondering what you'd think of creating a subpage for character history? Kind of like how they do it over on the Fairy Tail wiki (ex: https://fairytail.fandom.com/wiki/Natsu_Dragneel/Synopsis). It would allow for a more ingestible article and be easier for readers to navigate. Let me know what you think.
Hi, yeah, I think that would be okay, we did similar thing long ago at Toriko Wiki. And I do agree that here some character pages are a bit too long, so splitting make sense. But we are talking only about the longer character pages, right?
I'm not really sure all characters needs sub-pages like that, since most pages aren't as big as for those major characters. But surely, those that are big as for the main characters, can be separated too.
He is banned only on this wiki. Only wikia staff members can ban from all wikis.
Usually no. People like him create new profile, vandalize 2-3 wikis and then stop using the profile. So if he didn't vandalize other wikis, he probably won't. But you are free to monitor him if you wish. If he do vandalize other wikis, you can report him to the admins on vandalized wikis or if there are not active admins, you can report him to VSTF - https://vstf.wikia.com/wiki/VSTF_Wiki
Can't restrict how much they edit on a page. We can block edits from unregistered or newly registered users, but that should be done only if vandalism becomes a real problem or certain page is in high edit war. For a popular wiki like this, reverting couple of vandalism edits per day is still not much of a problem and a normal thing.