Unless Isayama says something, it can't be proven. Just because someone has a few traits in common with clinical depression does not mean they actually have it. In the real world, meeting some of these traits means to go see a doctor to get a proper diagnosis, because you could still be wrong.
What mind is Reiner in during the scene in which he and Bertholdt are attached by Mikasa and straight after as we see them transform (warrior or soldier) I think it’s warrior but want to make sure, also Bertholdt is scared here?
(Oh, by the way, can you delete the redirect page called Goggles(Junior High Manga)? Goggles (Junior High Manga) exists already and is already a redirect for Abel. It also correctly has a space between "Goggles" and "(Junior High Manga)". Thank you and thanks again in advance!)
It would be great if the Attack on Titan wiki could be affiliated with the No.6 wiki. They both share many thematic similarities namely being post-apocalypse series and with there ‘perfect’ worlds not being what they seem (won’t give away spoilers for anyone reading). They are ideal affiliates for what they share world and story wise, this is the No.6 word mark:
Hello. While the decision is not up to me, I would like to point you our affiliate guidelines. From what I saw this wiki doesn't have the required number of pages (at least 200 required while this wiki has 106)
Thanks for considering us and good luck with your edits. :)
Hey, nice to meet you. Oh my, I must have missed that. I understand if the rules were updated, though the wiki does currently have affiliates with under 200 pages: Green Blood (95) Shaman Kings (90) Iron Knight (54) Gangsta (173) The Rolling Girls (68) FCB (136) so maybe it does no harm for No.6 to be included, which also benefits from continued development.
Do you feel it would be really nice for No.6 to be a special exception to this one rule? I think it would be a good case to affiliate, not by current page numbers, but on similarities within the content and themes that both Attack on Titan and No.6 share. As I say, these two series have the most in common of all the affiliates in that sense, hence why I thought this affiliation would be ideal for both these wiki’s you see.
The guidelines as you said were updated after we had already affiliated with those sites, but at some point the list will be rechecked and the affiliations with all wikis that don't meet the new requirements will be revoked. Unfortunately we're no longer accepting affiliation requests from wikis with under 200 pages, but you can apply again after your wiki reaches that amount.
Could a persuasive argument be to affiliate by the themes and similar world scenarios Attack on Titan and No.6 share? Page numbers can come across as so cold and not mattering compared to what’s really important. It may not have enough, and it wouldn’t be proper to, say add blank pages to reach the 200 mark. In this case shouldn’t what they have in common prevail over page numbers?
200 pages does not indicate a serious project (200 blank pages?) neither does it guarantee a wiki won’t be abandoned. Not that it matters though, the problem is solved: The No.6 wiki is a serious project and it won’t become abandoned.
In any case, let’s establish a better precedent where we affiliate on similarities between a series as what they share should hold greater weight than page numbers of a wiki. It’s the ties that matter, can you imagine Eren saying “oh sorry Armin, we can’t be friends because you don’t have 200 pages.”
Feeling daring and want to shred this rule like Levi and others deal with titans? Is it sincere to turn down the series with the most similarities on a hard technicality of pages? Popularity counts for nothing, friends matter more, as any of the characters in both these series would tell you. Us admins have a duty to affiliate these two wiki’s. I call upon you to do the right thing and please reconsider this rule to affiliate Attack on Titan with No.6. May we exchange the word marks?
It's understandable if time is required to reach a consensus bearing in mind the new information in the reply. Though no one should delay this affiliation, the apt path is to recommend watching No.6 and when the admins have had a change of heart I hope you’ll see that this course of action, namely by affiliating on the similar world, story and messages is the best one. Though the page increase to 200 can be worked towards (everyone come join in?) I hope this unusual rule comes under review since it operates as an artificial barrier to arguably Attack on Titan’s most appropriate affiliation.
In the mean time, there was one other wiki I had in mind to affiliate with Attack on Titan: Banana Fish. They aired at the same time so they share that largely unique feature, and they are both certainly quite harrowing where anything can happen, a plot you can’t predict and worlds ripe with corruption. Of course that never puts people off, they’re both truly remarkable, outstanding series. Since Banana Fish does meet all the criteria, may Banana Fish and Attack on Titan be affiliated? (The word mark is below, and here when hovered over).
This wiki exists to document content from official Attack on Titan sources. Fan characters, stories, theories, etc. do not belong on the wiki, and pages for them will not be kept. If you want to talk about a character you yourself have created, try making a blog or a forum post about it.
This is likely something any of the nine can do with proper training. Bertolt calls it a last resort and is familiar with how it works on a fundamental level. He doesn't refer to it as being something only Reiner can do.
Also, questions like this are better directed to the forums where anyone can answer rather than posting on an admin's wall. Contacting an admin should be for wiki-specific inquiries.
I still stand by with what I said.You guys are spoiling the game for everyone and we don't know for sure if the character is alive or dead.Yes we see them (supposedly) sacrifice themselve's for eren and the rest to get away,but it cuts to black before the hand reaches the character.Also remember that debate on who the warhammer titan was and found out that you guys have been lying this whole time without writing anything like "he could be the warhammer titan" or something.So in my opinion and we are being as objective as possible.After seeing the post credits scene,our man is alive.If you guys think he's dead that's fine but I guarantee you that once attack on titan 3 comes out.It will show that our man is alive and that you guys have been spreading a lie.Just like the warhammer holder.
The final scene featuring Our Man in the game depicts him breaking his blades, and his 3DMG while fighting Titans, leaving him stranded and defenseless in the middle of a cluster of Titans, and the scene ends with one of the many Titans surrounding him grabbing him. There is absolutely no way he could have escaped that situation alive.
The post credit scene that you referenced is completely context-less. Just a quick first-person shot of a soldier walking to pick up a blade. Even if this is meant to be Our Man, it is obviously not meant to function as confirmation that he is alive.
I would also advise you to keep your comments civil when discussing with other users on the wiki. Posting information that is later revealed to be incorrect is hardly "lying" on our part.
The purpose of a wiki is to be as accurate as possible, and whether it is a spoiler (for a game that is months old at this point) or not to list Our Man's status doesn't take precedent over listing the facts when it comes to his character. If we started placing incorrect information on pages just to prevent spoilers really would be lying.
1.Again,before the hand reaches the player,it fades to black meaning that we don't see the player get eaten by the titan.Also
2.All the game's cutsence's with a first person perspective show's that it's our man looking around.That post-credit scene obviously is suppose to represent the player that is (maybe) still alive.
3.I only mentioned "lying" because ever since the warhammer titan holder debate back in december 2017,you guys decided to just say "Willy Tybur is the warhammer titan" instead of maybe "he is potentially the warhammer titan".Because it wasn't confirmed in the manga that he was the war hammer titan.Then later we found out that it was his sister who had the power.So I don;t want the same thing happening to this article as well because if we see that our character is alive.Then this just had to be lying on your guys part.
4.I get it wiki's are what they are.BUT there are other wiki's that have objectively incorrect information (I know that franchise's references are out of topic but I'm just giving examples.)
Like DK jr being the "next dk" that's incorrect and Despite Nintendo confirming that the koopaling's are not related to Bowser,the respective wiki still think's they are related.That is objectively wrong and nothing more than a lie.
5.I know im biased I mean I have grown to love my avatar and how awesome he was in the story.And all that foreshadowing in the ending just has to show that they are alive.
I'm contacting you as you are the most recently active admin.
I just posted a blog post about Volunteer Curators here on Attack on Titan Wiki and I'm wondering if it'd be ok with you and the rest of the admin team if I posted a community message about it (like a site-wide message, but just for this wiki). We're hoping to attract anime news fanatics to help round out our anime coverage on Fandom.com .
The idea has been discussed among the staff, and we're open to the idea of a site-wide message for this new project. But first, we'd like a bit of clarfication on what a "site-wide message" would be on this wiki. Would this be a forum or discussion post, or something visible on all pages like the sidebar, or do you have something else in mind?