Hello. There is a nav box on the wiki that I think has some incorrect info in it, but I don't have permission to edit it. It's about the first individual listed in the Titans nav box. I don't think they belong there.
Hi, dividing the character pages into each source material area, such as the pages for Eren in the manga, and anime is an excellent idea. That way if there are any minute differences, or some story sections take place in different time periods in each respective medium, this can be shown. There is also illustrating pages with manga and anime images respectively and references gathered as appropriate.
In short, and if it is not too much trouble, would you be up for helping with adding the page navigation boxes under the video to a wiki so it too can have a way for readers to navigate between the manga, anime and drama CD versions of events? Hope you can help with this, thanks.
Manuel de la Fuente may you unblock this user and allow the continuation of the contribute daily streak? Rather than trying to be on the leaderboard or anything the badges are simply being gained as nice images, and since they are tricky to get hope others can be encouraged to gain them.
Hey there RuneLai, thank you though I was considering with expansions such as Discussions and similar, there are now other ways to enjoy being on the wiki of which gathering the contribute daily badges are one of them. Thought it would be nice to allow these hard to attain badges to be attained as they are nice for the badge image gallery.
The reason the badges were added in the first place though is to reward people for contributing to the wiki. DragonKestrel was farming the reward while not putting in the work. It's not fair to the people who are legitimately editing the wiki for someone else to get them for free.
It's not as though DragonKestrel can never earn them. They just have to contribute like everyone else.
The contribute daily badges are different: edit badges reward edits, the contribute ones reward commitment. How many people have the dedication to achieve them? The more people who can the better and nice to support someone doing so. It may not help the wiki but helps someone taking part and what harm comes of it? People adding to the wiki get the badges they want, the contribute badges are secured for those who want them, everyone’s happy?
You're supposed to be my friends so we can tell our other friend that the streak can continue having been unbanned. There are so few people who make the effort to maintain the contribute daily streak, do those badges just languish there with no one getting them forever?
I don't see why is that difficult to understand that the badges are a reward for contributing to the wiki, not an empty thing for you to adorn your user page with while doing nothing. If you don't contribute, you don't get badges; if you cheat, you get blocked, it's that simple.
Your argument is ridiculous, we aren't allowing someone to cheat like your friend was doing or giving away badges for charity because few people have them. They're supposed to be hard to achieve and make people work for them, that's the whole purpose of their existence.
And stop trying to make us change our rules to fit your own interests whenever you don't meet the requirements to get something you want. Never-ending insisting with fallacies isn't going to accomplish anything except getting you ignored for annoying.
I don't know if you noticed, but for the Attack on Titan Season 3 OST page, it's impossible to create a page for any track with a SymphonicSuite[AoT] preface. I think this is due to the "[Aot]" part, which messes with the "[[ ]]". How do we work around this?
Create the page without those characters, then after the page is created put this at the top:
By the way, I hope you've read our Manual of Style. One of the very first points states that you need to consult the staff before making a new page, which I didn't see you doing. I've been letting you work because none of the pages you've created has major issues, but for the time being I want to ask you to only make pages about songs featured in the anime.
Sorry, another question. For songs like Call your name <Gv>, do we create their own pages or just link it to the original. I ask because Barricades <MOVIEver> links to the original, but The Reluctant Heroes <MODv> has its own page, so I'm unsure of the standard.
Only one page is needed, any versions of the same song can be included in subsections of that page. The versions of Barricades have individual pages because a non-staff editor made them, but they are to be eliminated as soon as a staff member takes a look into them.
So I was sending links to a new server to my friends and accidentally sent one to the bot of the aot wiki discord bot and he banned me because of the no advertising rule and I want to appeal it pls help
This is only because I started reading the official published version of the manga the chapter is in, but the War Hammer Titan was capable of limited speech. At least in the Tybur sister's possession, despite being in crystal, but this ability isn't listed in her Titan abilities.
I believe speaking has been removed from the ability lists of the Nine Titans who can speak since we now have multiple of them. Some do, some don't, so it's no longer as remarkable as when the Beast Titan was the only one.
RuneLai wrote: I believe speaking has been removed from the ability lists of the Nine Titans who can speak since we now have multiple of them. Some do, some don't, so it's no longer as remarkable as when the Beast Titan was the only one.
But Ymir and Pieck have speaking on their list of Titan abilities, not just Zeke, just not as advanced as his ability.
I'm not talking about the actual Titans, just the people who currently have or previously had the Titans in their list of skills. Zeke Yeager, Pieck, Ymir, etc. The Titan Shifters, not the Nine Titans.
I'm sorry but those edits required too many fixes which I explained in my edit summary. Basic things like grammar, links incorrectly formatted, incorrect use of capital letters, misspellings, lack of references, linking manga pages from an anime page, etc; or even the inclusion of made-up terms like "Hardened Knuckles" and "Titan mode". Since the level of corrections required to make them follow the wiki guidelines meant rewriting the text almost completely, it was easier for me to just revert what I didn't have time to fix.
I invite you to read our Manual of Style and to take a look at the corrections I made to the edits.