Good. Now, this should have been presumed as good etiquette, but now I've placed a specific rule on the Style Guide. Pat, please take heed.
No backseat moderating. If you're not a bureaucrat, administrator, or forum moderator, you have no business telling off other editors. We'll see their offences in Wiki Activity or Recent Changes. If you do see something wrong, revert it and let us decide if any punishment is due.
You've been making too many threads lately about other users. Let us deal with them.
okay. I have been vigilant about these kinds of situations myself lately, and trying to subdue such situations [especially with the aforementioned user] no matter how difficult it becomes. For now, I'll keep quiet and stop interfering with other users by making too many threads about them, and abide with the rules.
Hey, the guy who has been plagiarizing this wiki (this Ivander Yuanata dude), that you guys blocked for consecutive months (well most of his sockpuppet accounts so to speak). I heard that one of his hubs one of his wikis were shut down by Wikia; that is the id.powerangers.wikia. So, the guy has plagiarized most of the Toku wikis (i.e. Kamen Rider to Metal Heroes).
Hey Digifiend, I was reading the notes section of Shurikenjin and was waondering about the last note that talked about Shurikenjin Dragon. I agree with the idea of Ohranger for the different battle helmets and the Timeranger fact for the form change. Shouldn't there be a note for Magiranger since that is the only series (besides Ninninger) to have a dragon mode mecha?
Yeah, if the next episode trailer has a matching title then that info is confirmed. You should've linked to a scan by the way. The previous confusion over eps 1 and 2 arose from a character I didn't recognise in brackets after the titles - we're not adding anything until we know that character, which means provisional, is not there. So yeah, these can be added now.
I sent two messages to the guy on Logopedia who blocked me and to AxG, but they but wouldn't respond so I decided to talk to you. I'm sorry for what I did on the Columbia Pictures page that got me blocked. I didn't know there were pages for trailer and closing logos for said page. Someone should've made an announcement about it, and that way I would have known about it. Could I please be unblocked on Logopedia? I promise I won't do anything like this again. And also I would really, REALLY like to mark the "Universal Kids" page on there as a candidate for deletion because no such company existed, and also some users have been putting in the "Other Logos" section of various film company pages what they call "In-Credit Variations", which should actually be the logo itself or the print logo appearing in the credits and not some screenshot from the opening credits of a film the company distributed, so could you please tell them to stop doing that? Thanks.
By the way, I saw that the block notice said at the end of it that if I thought the block was unfair I could put a message under it saying so, but I can't even edit my own talk page, so that makes that part of the notice very misleading.
I agree about the notice, and since we usually block without leaving the ability to edit the talkpage, I've removed that statement. Your block was only for one month, and was for edit warring on Columbia Pictures, not because you were putting excessive images on the page. Should've asked about it on the talk page after it was first reverted. Your block expires on 9 March, which is two weeks from now.
As for Universal Kids, yeah, it was marked for deletion by DonaldoForever and Snelfu deleted it.
I really want to be unblocked not only because I made a mistake, but because I really want to change every film company page with "In-Credit Variations" to "Opening Credit Variations" because they are only in-credit variations if they have the logo on it and not the opening credits.
Just serve your time please. Is two weeks really too long to wait? And please stop pestering me. You should be talking to the admin that blocked you, and if you must use a different wiki (because you can't even edit your own talk page at Logopedia) then the correct etiquette is to use Community Central.
It wasn't fake. The kanji in the title is "Kari", which stands for "temporary"/"informal"/"assumed". In other words: these were the titles they had before the formal titles were set up, whether by Toei or the show makers.