FANDOM

A FANDOM user
  Loading editor
  • The Omnitrix had Instant Martian DNA, which must mean they exist in the Ben 10 universe!

      Loading editor
  • Just passing by to inform about this discussion, in case you wish to participate. The topic at hand is how to deal with pages about real-life Earth species. Your thoughts would be much appreciated.

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hey Danny what about the characters and alien races from Final Space?

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • I'm confused. There are humans on the alien 👽 👽 👽 wiki!

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • hello do you know if there any alien novels like 1947 crash x files super soiders/grey alien that season 6 and first film , if so can you put this with them end of days 1999 film teaxs summerson song witchcraft 1987 film and witchcraft 2 the temper ant man film ant man and wasp doctor stager

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • I don't know why I keep talking to you, since you don't answer, but I get the feeling that you're making an effort to improve, so I'll keep trying this for a bit.

    First: you're still writing from a real-world perspective instead of an in-universe perspective. For example: "By the flashback portion of the Omniverse episode "Malfactor", the Psycholeoterrans have become a rare and endangered species".

    You see? This is the kind of information that should be either rephrased (e.g.: "At one point, the Psycholeopterrans became a rare and endangered species", or something along these lines), or moved to the "Notes" section. Every time you mention an episode or the name of a person associated with the series or whatever, you're writing from a real-world perspective.

    Second: physiology doesn't mean what you think it means. Most people make this same mistake, for some reason, but "physiology" is not physical appearance, it is the chemical workings of the body. Information about a species' physical appearance should be described under the "Biology" section outside of any subsection, or, if you absolutely must create a subsection for it, name it as "anatomy" or "morphology", rather than "physiology".

    I'll also tell you this: you don't need to rewrite all those pages. I'm not asking you to rewrite dozens of pages in order to correct those mistakes unless you really want to. I do plan to clean-up the Ben 10 pages when I have time. All I'm asking is that, from now on, you stop making these mistakes and follow ASW:Rules and Policies.

      Loading editor
    • Anatomy, not autonomy, do you even know what autonomy is?

      You know what, forget it, if you want to edit a wiki without knowing what you're doing, without reading the rules, and ignore me when I try to point out those mistakes, go ahead. I give up trying to reason with you.

      Just don't be surprised if one day you screw up and get blocked, because I won't even warn you about it.

        Loading editor
    • My apologies, I got the spelling mixed up. Fortunately, I have thought of a way to clear up the perspective of these pages by putting details stated by series crew members in the References section.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Even after being blocked for a week for stubbornly disregarding it on the Spider (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy) page, you're now doing it again on the Scraplet page.

    Man, seriously, information about a species is supposed to be divided in three sections: "Biology", "Culture and society", and "History". Just these three, with these names, in this order. After them come the other sections like "Appearances", "Gallery", "Notes", etc., which are "behind-the-scenes sections", but that's it.

    "Biology", "Culture and society", "History". That's all. It doesn't need to have all three, but it cannot have sections other than these three.

    So, you're not supposed to make a "Diet" section, and an "Ability" section, and a "Weakness" section, etc. These can be subsections under "Biology".

    This is all explained in the "Layout Guide" under ASW:Rules and Policies, which I've already told you to follow, and if you don't start following the guide and stop dividing pages into other sections, I'll have to block you again.

    Also, you ignored me the last time I told you, but articles must be written from an in-universe perspective. The only section where you can write about what Derrick J. Wyatt or whoever else said about anything is in the "Notes" section. You didn't make this mistake on the Scraplet page, but the Ben 10 pages are rampant with this kind of production statement, and the Kevin Levin page is written entirely from a real-world perspective.

    You can ignore this message if you want, but if you do, the next time you alter the Layout of a page and create new sections instead of "Biology" subsections, I'll block you again. I don't want to do it, I'd prefer to talk to you, but every time I try to, you ignore it.

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hello Danny, there's something I must inform you. The Rules and Policies dictate the articles must be written from an in-universe perspective, but the Kevin Levin article is written from a real-world perspective. Do you think you can rewrite it in accordance to this policy?

      Loading editor
  • Stop marking redirects for deletion. Redirects exist for reasons:

    1. People who type "Fasttrack" on the search bar will be redirected to the correct name of its species (which many casual fans may not be aware of)
    2. It prevents people from trying to recreate the character page, because it's being used as a redirect
      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Why did you replace the image with a completely different version?

      Loading editor
    • Must have forgotten to specify which incarnation the image was about.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
See archived talk page
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.