Dear BlueFrackle, i don't want to be rude with you, this is my new account, it wasn't nothing wrong again to the pages of creatures, you couldn't block me at Non-Alien Creatures wiki because i was actually doing right things now.
I fixed the page of Bigfoot from Harry and the Hendersons stating to be a character
Two corrects pictures to the gallery of elf
One correct picture to the gallery of gnome
One correct picture to the gallery of yeti
One correct picture to the gallery of ogre
One correct picture to the gallery of Santa Claus
Let me do right things in peace at Non-Alien Creatures wiki, do you understand?
The problem is that, as I already told you several times, you have been banned. And once a user is banned, they're not allowed to create new accounts. Therefore, you did break a rule. You did something wrong, again, by returning with a different account. You have been banned permanently due to the countless problems you caused with your previous accounts, and you're not allowed to come back, that's final.
But i really love legendary creatures, I’m telling for you the truth about me doing right things at Non-Alien Creatures, you have been told that you could allow me to come back to the Non-Alien Creatures wiki and accept my apologies, sorry for mistakes, besides that, i wasn't repeating picture to the gallery of creatures.
Yeah, I made the mistake of giving you a second chance and regretted it. You added a lot of mistakes once again, and that's why you were banned for a second time and won't be allowed back. If you "love" legendary creatures so much, why do you write so much nonsense about them? Why do you copy-paste lists of films from Wikipedia that don't actually have any Revenant and add them to the Revenant page to misinform readers? Or claim that the Easter Bunny has "omnipotence" as one of his abilities? Or that skeletons are somehow sentient (most of them aren't)? Or that poltergeists control objects "to kill anyone", as you say, when the vast majority of encounters aren't fatal? The answer to all these questions is simple: you just don't care. You add inaccurate information and empty pages, and have the guts to demand that others expand your pages. You're not welcome at Non-alien Creatures. You've been banned for a reason, and you're not allowed to edit there with any account.
Hey BlueFrackle been thinking about deleting the Food and Beverages pages of the wikia. Seems like a waste to delete all that materiel. Since most are mostly xenocusine maybe we could create a sub wikia that deals in alien foods. Like how you did with all non-alien wikia.
Hi there, Blue. I was hoping you could help me out.
I've been watching some films from the Children's Film Foundation recently - three of which were sci-fi movies. Those films were "Supersonic Saucer" (1956), "Kadoyng" (1972) and "The Glitterball" (1977).
In regards to both "Supersonic Saucer" and "The Glitterball", I was wondering whether I should do the pages about the alien species, or about the alien individual that the film is focused around. For Supersonic Saucer, the alien is a youngster from Venus who is nicknamed "Meba", with the film having a brief moment showing others from his species although this is only shown as a memory. As for Glitterball, the alien (not named but said to be from the planet Staigon) is joined at the end of the film by multiple members of his species to help defeat the bad guy.
So in regards to these characters, would you recommend I do the page about their species before talking about the individuals, or do the page about the individuals and then talk about the species?
(The reason I ask is because with the rules changing, I'm not sure and just wanted to get a second opinion rather than spending a lot of time working on something that will simply be deleted. In regards to Kadoyng, I haven't seen that one yet so I'll maybe come back to you regarding that one).
I'm not familiar with these films, but, yeah, some situations can be tricky. I remember I asked myself exactly the same when I created the page about Mewhu. In his case, Mewhu is the only one of his species ever seen... However, there is a scene where the girl, Molly describes something that Mewhu communicated to her by telepathy, and she describes seeing "lots of Mewhus". This is the only part of the story that includes other members of his species, and it's just vaguely mentioned.
Now, our rules specify four situations in which we can create pages about characters (as opposed to species). Situation number two (the relevant one in this case) says:
The character's species is unknown, and he/she is the only one of his/her kind ever seen, so we don't know for sure whether there are others like him/her
I personally feel that the key part of this rule is "we don't know for sure". I was really going to create a page for Mewhu's species, rather than Mewhu as an individual. But I changed my mind at the end because I felt that there was no certainty. The other members of his species haven't been truly seen. All the evidence we have is a telepathic projection described by a seven-year-old girl. Is it conclusive? Can we be sure that it's real? At the end of the day, Mewhu's species is unknown and Mewhu himself is the only member of his species ever seen, so to follow the rules, I felt that the page should be about him.
Now, in the films that you describe, it seems to me that the situation is different: that the audience does actually see the other members of these species. If that's so, it's better to create pages for the species, rather than the characters. But since you're the one who watched the films, if you do feel that the situation is ambiguous enough or uncertain enough for some reason (just like the Mewhu example I gave), I certainly trust your judgment. From your descriptions alone, I myself think that the pages should be about the species. But since I haven't seen the films, you are better qualified to judge that than I am.
You're welcome, and yeah - Meba is definitely cute. Both the scenes where Meba is put to bed and any time Meba cries just makes me say "Awwww!"
Also, here's an interesting bit of trivia regarding Supersonic Saucer - the film was produced (and its story written) by Frank Wells, the son of famous author H.G. Wells (First Men in the Moon, The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds, etc.)