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  • Hey! :)

    Popping in to see how things are going for you and if anything has come up.

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  • https://digimon.fandom.com/wiki/File:Digimon_02_logo_RS.png Can you tell me what it means "If not licensed by 12 30"? I rarely send photos and I don't know much about it yet.

    And this is the official logo that is very difficult to get because this version is rare.

    Thanks.

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    • View the guidelines here, and add a description of what the image is and where you got it as appropriate. Otherwise, the image gets deleted.

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  • Hi KrytenKoro! I'm working on a tangent project on digital pets/monster rising anime and videogames, and I'm trying to get some help understanding the Digimon universe better. I've seen you're the most active admin here: I was wondering if there's any way I could contact you privately (like a forum, or any platform that supports private messaging) and ask you a few questions about the nuts and bolts of the franchise?

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  • Have you think of a new digimon game? My idea for a new game is a game similar to pokemon masters, but with digimon characters(games, anime, and Manga), and you can a team when you make friends with characters from world to survive. Like Tai and Agumon, Mameo and Kokuwamon, Matt and Gabumon, Sora and Biyomon, Haru and gatchmon, Mio and tutomon, Tommy and his beast spirit Kumamon, Ewan and Damemon, Mayu and Kudamon, Kazu and Hagarumon, Keisuke and Betamon, Minoru and Falcomon, Saki and floramon, Ryou and Kunemon etc Oh and what do you think about Mayu Kohinata with Kazu Shioda???

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    • I'd like a Digimon game where you can use your techniques to affect the environment, and focuses more on exploration. For example, your Mammothmon could freeze a lava pool, allowing you to cross, while Meramon would become stronger while it's still hot, and Airdramon could whip up a tornado blowing the lava into the air, causing damage to enemies.

      I don't really care for human characters that much.

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    • KrytenKoro wrote: I'd like a Digimon game where you can use your techniques to affect the environment, and focuses more on exploration. For example, your Mammothmon could freeze a lava pool, allowing you to cross, while Meramon would become stronger while it's still hot, and Airdramon could whip up a tornado blowing the lava into the air, causing damage to enemies.

      I don't really care for human characters that much.

      Okay so What do you think of Mayu Kohinata x Kazu shioda???

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    • I don't really care for human characters that much.

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  • is there a way to change what the level says in the level box? the reason I'm asking is because I want to change In-Training on Herissmon (ReArise) to In-Training II so that it matches what the game states the level is called. I tried using what Agumon (Data Squad) uses for Burst Mode, but that doesn't appear to work for In-Training.

    also now that I think about it, we should also do this for Aegiomon (Heroes!), because the game uses the Japanese terms (child etc) instead of the usual dub ones.

    if this is too minor to matter then fair enough, but I figured it was worth doing for accuracy.

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    • we'd have to recode the template, which shouldn't be too difficult. It does kind of subvert what the infobox is going for, I personally feel, which is to show a comparison across characters and series.

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    • It prob would be confusing for viewers of aegiomon because of the ultimate situation where the mega would say ultimate. So that's Prob the main reason against it

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  • Happy holidays to you

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  • Hello! I'm Sannse, from Fandom's Editor Experience team. I'm contacting you as the most recently active admin. Hopefully you can pass this on to others as needed.

    One project that we're excited about launching is an initiative to pair newly registered users with experienced advisors (which they can choose from). These advisors would be available for answering basic editing questions and guiding appropriate edits, in the hope that these users will become active in the local community.

    Why do this, rather than rely on admins and moderators? We've seen from research and experience (both from Wikipedia) that establishing a human bond with a peer "senpai" or mentor can have a better effect on the comfort of the newcomer, especially where the high volume of edits may cause the quick response of rollbacks rather than taking the time to walk new editors through their early work. While some communities do take that time and care among their leaders, we feel an additional level might put new users at ease and help them be more comfortable with editing. Ultimately, we feel like this project will either free up some time for admins and moderators, or designate them as approachable welcomers to talk to and guide new users. We want to see how effective this is on a relatively small number of communities and see if Fandom's results are consistent with those experienced on Wikipedia. If they are, we may pursue expanding the pilot program and perhaps seeking to build it into a core part of the new platform.

    Here's what we would wish for your community to agree to:

    • At least one volunteer advisor, acting as an advisor and advocate helping newcomers. For the most part, this means responding to questions that newcomers leave the advisor in Discussions. Sometimes this may mean the advisor interacts with admins and moderators to address concerns regarding the newcomer. We have some advisors-at-large (those not tied to the local community, but available as fallbacks) already, but if you have ideas on who you might want to represent you in this role (or if you'd like to do so yourself!), feel free to contact me on my Wall.
    • Discussions / Feeds. Your community must have this active for the current solution to work. This is the primary method in which advisors have open communication with the users that choose them. We also recommend a Feeds channel of “Help Desk” where the communications can be placed, if you do not have a similar channel.
    • A change to your Welcome Messages to allow a method where a newcomer can choose an advisor. If you are currently participating in the MyDashboard program, there will be a card there to interact with an advisor.

    We are testing this for the next two months, and will see what the future of the program is thereafter. Is this a program you would feel comfortable with placing on your community?

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  • Hey! Jadium here and I am checking to see how things are doing for you and the community. Has anything in particular come up that needs attention or any type of request that you would like looked into? A note that you may inquire anything related to staff assistance.

    I hope things are doing okay and I am happy to help or just listen to feedback!

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    • Sorry for the delay in message! I will check in with Kirkburn on the issue and see what sort of solutions are available. I'll let you know when I hear back.

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    • Checking back that the issue is still being looked into. I'll have some more information when it becomes available. At the moment, the image display appears to be browser interpretation and may not be something Fandom can solve.

      Will keep you updated when I learn more on it!

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  • https://images.withthewill.net/januaryvjump1_november20_2019.jpg

    so this pic with the new character has letters above the name of ryo, do we need those letters in his name, and if so can you provide them for me? or edit his page. I dunno how to do it (and if you can provide the letters above the name if we need them)

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    • based on Marcus Damon looks like we do need it?

      I looked and now can see how to get the letters above, so I just need them so I can put them above the name

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    • It's called furigana and literally every name that uses kanji (i.e. every Japanese surname) will have them in character profiles. We usually don't need them. We only need them when the name has an unorthodox reading that doesn't actually exist in the language, or when they are putting kana over a Roman letters abbreviations. Example: FM (ファイターモード).

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  • You stated in your edit summary: "'strength' has the same lack of specificity as 'power'; grammatically incorrect. You are on thin ice again, Jdogno.": When you say "strength has the same lack of specificity as power", isn't the default assumption that it refers to physical strength unless specified? What was wrong with the grammar changes that I made? I do not know who Jdogno is but what is it that I have done that you or someone else is upset about? With all due respect.

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    • "'You must have a particular dictionary in mind? Which one?'

      'I already answered this.'": With all due respect you have not done.

      "A wiki is not the right place for JAQing, jdogno. We're here to get a job done, not navel-gaze. I already let you know you were on thin ice. This is the last chance, and then if you keep on JAQing, you're going in the block bin again.": JAQing? What does that mean? I have never heard that term. "We're here to get a job done, not navel-gaze.", I agree with that. "I already let you know you were on thin ice.", for what specifically? With all due respect. "This is the last chance, and then if you keep on JAQing, you're going in the block bin again.": It sounds like you are threatening me for daring to ask for understanding about something.

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    • "With all due respect you have not done."

      I did answer to it. Not to your satisfaction, sure, but it was answered correctly.

      "JAQing? What does that mean? I have never heard that term."

      Then Google it.

      "I agree with that."

      Then stop navel-gazing.

      " for what specifically? With all due respect."

      For the same thing as every other time, as indicated in the original edit summary.

      "It sounds like you are threatening me for daring to ask for understanding about something."

      No, I'm threatening you with a block for evading bans, bad-faith arguing and JAQing, and tendentious editing.

      Your questions here aren't aimed at "understanding", or else you'd be (1) carrying the burden of proof, (2) not forcing your edits back through the second you think the staff aren't paying attention, and (3) actually listening to the answers given even if they're not in the form you want. I explained what was wrong with your edits several times, and instead of trying to improve your edits, you wheedled and quibbled and tried to push me into practically writing an essay to defend reverting your edits, or do your googling and research for you, when that's not how this works. (You want a dictionary that gives the same vagueness to "strength"? Pick one. They all do, as I already stated. Demanding that I give you a comprehensive list is a bad faith waste of time when it's already been established that neither word is ideal in this regard. You want to know what "JAQing" means? Try to look it up yourself first.) It wastes everyone's time, and the wiki community does not owe you it's time. It has a task to work on.

      It is your job to defend your edits. Not the community's job to defend saying they're not good enough. If you weren't clearly, constantly operating in bad faith, sure, the community would be willing to occasionally do some of the work for you sprucing up your edits, explaining phrases you're unfamiliar with, or walking you through the path of improving your edits. But the clearly evident fact that you constantly ask these questions and make these comments not because you want to improve, but because you want to prolong the debate is why none of us have patience for you -- because you're making it all a waste of time and effort.

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