Howdy! I'm Kurt, a CTM. I mostly do basic content brushups for anime wikis and offer basically any other kind of help if needed. I was interested in doing some revising/adding some more content to the reboot. Is it cool if I do that and just make small changes like grammar fixes and maybe add episode pages, if needed?
That's good to hear, actually, I figured you guys would be super on top of it. If you'd like, when I come across something, I can bring it directly to you before changing anything. I doubt I would find much to do, considering how pristine you guys keep your wiki. Maybe add a little bit to the summary?
I wouldn't put too much stock in the rumor since the dubbing license for the anime belonged to Saban Brands who sold their stuff to Hasbro, the anime itself was made by Toei and the bulk of the IP outside of the anime belongs to Bandai. Disney basically has no ownership over Digimon and therefore legally can't do this now since they sold the dubbing license back to Saban.
Plus there have been instances of false rumors getting reported in media before.
I don't believe it has to be all at once, so it should come eventually. If you're pretty far off, I suppose you could change Gaomon to a form with low defense and just fight some powerful enemies. See if there's a way you can bait the enemies to attack Gaomon.
I'd like to make a report on a user who's been editing my fan page Digimon Fates as well as creating pages related out of it without permission, even though I was the one who created the page in the first place (which is about four years ago but left it untouched after I temporarily lost my interest), he started making edits that I did not agree with, so I tried to edit to my perspective, he keeps editing it to his perspective:
https://digimon.fandom.com/wiki/Fan:Digimon_Fates?limit=100&action=history (proof that I created the page in the first place)
https://digimon.fandom.com/wiki/Fan:Digimon_Fates (and some links that the user has created without my permission)
Can you clarify which of his edits you take issue with? Him just editing isn't itself against the rules, as wikis are meant as a collaborative site, but if he's edit warring with you and refusing to discuss things that would be an actionable issue.
Well, I should say he suddenly turned one of my characters evil for no reason in my fanfiction, and that he created pages related to it without real permission (which I consider it to be abusing someone else's property), and what really matters is that it looks like that he's trying to take over my fanfiction without my agreement. I actually never agreed with his edits or his ideas in the first place. If you look at the comparison of the history of the page then you'll know.
I want to say that I'm very grateful that you started a peaceful conversation with him about this, and I hope you two come to a happy resolution. Please let me know if you need the staff to step in later.
Fanspace articles aren't generally protected from other editing, as long as they're not vandalizing. I've deleted the pages in this instance since the fanspace policy requires pages to have some substance.
On a side note, please remember that Fanspace articles should only use the "fan" version of the infoboxes, and should not use any mainspace categories.
In the top right of the image is a drop-down menu that allows the user to view the same article, except on the (in this instance) German wiki with German translation.
So the German article would be worded completely different from the English one as someone else on the German wiki would be editing and structuring it. It isn't a direct translation. It would be a buddy system in that each wiki would be helping each other out in views. Viewers that may be native in German, would prefer a German article, and English viewers who might stumble upon the German wiki can refer back to this one.
Also the link example I was using is Harry Potter. Near the "edit button" (just slightly above and to the right of it) you should see the "English" word and hovering over it would allow you to see the drop-down interlinks.
as for "mega", what I think probably happened there is they used find and replace to change "perfect" to ultimate, and then later used find and replace again to change "ultimate" to "mega". cuz thats the only way I can see them somehow changing "perfect" to "mega" in digitamamons profile.
also that profile is outright BS anyway lmao. "digitamamon cannot digivolve", except the fact that devitamamon exists, titamon was made as his mega alongside Ogremon, and then minervamon from that one vjump page.
Hello. I know this is a long shot, but I was wondering if you have the following Digimon cards and would be willing to sell/trade any. If I'm bothering you, please let me know and I will leave you alone. I just didn't know anywhere else to look. Any help at all would be appreciated.
Agunimon (silver text)
Beetlemon (silver text), ancientgarurumon (silver text),
Not sure if the next ones exist
160, 161, 162, 171,172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 184, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 195,197,198, 199,201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,209, 210
Holographic Series 1
Holographic Series 2
Holographic Series 3
toy exclusives 24, 25, 56, 62
any D-Cyber cards you might be willing to part with. Thanks again for taking the time and once again sorry if I bothered you. Thanks.