Do you think these categories should be kept or phased out? Personally, they seem a bit superfluous to me ("Extant Species" exists only to include everything that isn't in the Extinct or Endangered categories; and "Fictional Aliens" would include everything that is not part of the real universe or mythology). If we decide to keep them, there are thousands of pages that need to be added, so I'd like to know your opinion.
I'm sorry, but it makes no sense for things such as XLRArmBlastDiamondHeat to have pages and be in the Character Gallery because they're just transformations, not characters. I honestly think they should be added to Ben's page and removed from the Character Gallery, and the pages should be deleted.
Do you think that, in species that have many different morphological castes (not talking about subspecies), such as Xenomorphs, Gems, Ing and Glooples; do you think we should keep an individual page for each morph or merge them all in a single page for simplicity's sake? I'm inclined to think we should do the latter.
If they are the same species then it should be one page
Agreed! I'll write a section about this to add to the "Rules and Policies", it'll also be a nice opportunity to write about the difference between subspecies, castes, and morphs, as these terms have been used interchangeably by some users
But what if different castes of the same species have abilities that specific for each one?
If you're thinking in terms of categorization (e.g. whether a species can go into "Psychic Races" category if only one caste is capable of psychic abilities), I don't think that will be a problem. But it is possible to apply categories to redirects, rather than to the article itself, if we deem necessary.
I saw that, but it says it's because he's a creepypasta monster. … Well, he's got his own video games and an actual movie (Slenderman 2018) of him now so is he an official creature now, or still a "fan-made" creation in creepypasta?
Excuse me there. I'm just a bit curious: remember the Helatroban and Arslycus pages a bit back? You know, the aliens from the Church of Scientology? … I know this might sound blunt, but why did you delete them?
I can understand the first time with it just being the Helatrobus implants and nothing else, but I tried recreating them and I didn't see what rules they violated. So, what happened with those two?
But wouldn't all the aliens in the "Actual Universe" category fall under that? Sure they got their reports but no physical evidence exists with them either, much like Cryptids and such. Plus when you think about it, there's TONS of aliens not in the real world in comics, books, video games, and things like that. … Or does none of this count for these two specifically?
But with Greys, Reptilians and the like there are actual reports. Helatrobans and Arslycus only exist within the teachings of scientology. All they're doing is going around telling people these aliens exist but they don't provide any evidence. They don't appear in any published work of fiction. If either of these species are used in a work of fiction at some point, then they will be accepted but only information relevant to the work of fiction.
The other day I came across some proof that the species for both Eatle and Juryrigg indeed have names. See this image for details on Eatle's species and this image for details on Juryrigg's species. People at the Ben 10 Wiki appear to be rolling with this, and I have been told by BlueFrackle to consult with you about this matter.
This is actually quite complicated, the original admins of Ben 10 Wiki had a reason for not accepting these names. I don't know what that reason was but I'm sure it was valid. I can't recall any other uses of these names