Please double check the grammar (especially usage of capital letters) and the coherence of the sentence before saving the edit. For example, one sentence said "to get through to the traitors" and you changed it to "to get through the bertolt".
I see you also take information from fan translations because there was another line reading "Bertolt refuses and attempts to justify his actions by stating that someone had to do it", and it was changed to "Bertolt says he cannot as someone had to get blood on their hands", which is not what the official translation says.
The official translations are available on Amazon Kindle Store, comiXology and Crunchyroll. If the copy you have says something different to what's stated on the wiki then it's very likely a fan translation, so preferably ask on the forum before replacing existing wiki information with it.
That was the page for the manga chapter though, and not even the anime articles use information from the dub, since it's not a close translation from the Japanese and it frequently changes sentences completely. Only information we take from dubs is the English names for the anime versions of characters.
First, we have a Manual of Style for a reason. It is so that the wiki reads consistently and grammatically for all readers. If you can't adhere to the style there is a very good chance your edits will be changed or reverted.
The female titan differs from most Titans in its ability to jump vertically on even surfaces as Most titans with the exception of abnormals, as well as this it is seen of being able to maintain high speeds for long distances whereas other titans seem to wear themselves out (armoured fleeing the scouts and the pure Titan running into a tree)
Even if English is not your native language, it ought to be obvious enough to you that this does not meet the standards of the wiki. Titan is inconsistently capitalized, Female Titan is not capitalized at all, you have a capitalization in the middle of the sentence that is not a proper noun at all, the entire paragraph is a single sentence that ends without a period, and you use the British spelling of the word "Armored." All of that fails to meet standards.
There are also general reading comprehension issues such as "its ability to jump vertically on even surfaces." This probably does not read the way you think it does. When I read it, I think of an even surface as the floor. There are other Titans that can jump vertically when standing on a paved street. In fact, there's one in the Trost arc. It eats Eren's leg.
After thinking about it, I realized you might mean that Annie can jump vertically to hang off of a wall, but then Ymir does that too, so that is not unique to her. And if the reader has to think about it, then the paragraph was not written clearly enough in the first place.
Secondly, if you want to support your case, you must cite it by adding a reference tag that demonstrates the evidence (this is covered in the Manual of Style). Talking about it not enough. Things cannot "seem" to be the case. The instant you make an assumption it shouldn't be on the wiki. The wiki's purpose is to present the evidence that exists, so other people can use it as an impartial reference. If you can't find a citation, then it shouldn't be there.
For instance, you want to talk about Annie's endurance, but Reiner isn't a slouch either. He didn't do it in a straight shot, but in less than a day he ran all the way from Wall Rose to Wall Maria, and he fought the Survey Corps and other Titans along the way. That's a lot of endurance! And Annie didn't even run as far as he did. Maybe he's less speedy, but he's got endurance in spades, and if you have to start nitpicking the difference between them, then that's not much of a noteworthy ability.
Ironically, there is support for Annie having enhanced maneuverability and endurance, but it's in the dialogue for an arc that has not been animated yet, so until it is, it cannot be definitively added to her anime page.
So what you spell armoured is spelling different in America?
And when the survey corps (who’s job is to learn about titans) are suprised by Annie speed and ability to jump it isn’t proof that she has unique skill in terms of her maneuverability
The moderators have told you enough amount of times to throughtly read the MoS, which is the first thing I'd advise you to do as well. Second of all, Armoured is spelt as Armored according to American English, which is something you can easily Google. A surprised reaction isn't substantial evidence for any ability.
Another thing I'd like to add is that the Moderators on the Wiki have been working on it for years and are highly knowledgeable in regards to what information is deemed necessary and what isn't. So it'd be better to respect their judgements and decisions in matters like these.
Anyhow, we can look at the context of the scene to show why her jumping is not a notable feat. The surprising thing wasn't the simple fact that she could jump. The surprising thing was that she mitigated the Scouts attack by using an unexpected move.
They're used to fighting unintelligent Titans. The Female Titan deciding to avoid an attack by jumping is a clear sign of intelligence.
The Roar of Awakening movie was released in US theaters today (well, July 10th, assuming an east coast midnight showing) along with Season 3 Episode 1. Given that the movie was a public screening of the first episode and that people are talking about it online, we are updating pages with that information. But only information revealed in Episode 1.
Yes, this means that scenes of certain character getting killed is not happening in the same chapter order as in the manga.
Attack on Titan: Roar of Awakening Season 2 recap movie. Season 3 Episode 1 is being thrown in as a bonus for the US screening since the TV air date is only a couple weeks away. That didn't happen in Japan.
Recap films are common in Japan. I don't know why since it's 90% of the same footage we've already seen. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Recap movies don't usually get US screenings, but Attack on Titan is large enough that it's an exception.
Generally speaking you should only use official sources, such as the manga and guidebooks. On occasion we allow other sources for the Trivia section.
For that particular entry, reference 5 is only in regards to the writing, which is also cited in the manga itself. Notice that it's a companion to reference 4 and doesn't appear by itself. Reference 5 illustrates how the trivia works (for those unfamiliar with katakana), has its own references for further examination, and provides an in depth explanation that the wiki itself doesn't have room for.
It would be a problem if reference 5 was linked in the article itself, but because it's a "bonus" in the Trivia section it's okay.
I just realized that a lot of categories aren't placed in categories, meaning the mobile main page is broken; at the very least, it also can't be edited as it will continually throw an error until addressed.
I'm going to take some time and go through the existing categories to get them categorized, using what's already on the site. If you see anything I do that's wonky, please don't hesitate to let me know!
Thanks for the heads up. Going forward though, for more general site stuff you might want to post on the walls of one of the administrators so they're aware of things like the mobile main page being broken.
The Attack on Titan game pages are something I did a lot of work on, which is why I jumped in on the thread you posted on Manuel's wall. I knew I would have opinions on how to handle it during our staff discussion, so I wanted clarification on what the issue was. For general purposes though, I think it would be better for you as a Fandom staff member to post on an admin's wall so they aren't left out of the process.
Manuel saw your post, but he missed my reply going out since we finished the discussion on my wall. I just want to keep everyone in the loop. :)
I need a bit of guidance in regards to tracks that appear on mutiple albums.
This is the current format I am going with http://attackontitan.wikia.com/wiki/YAMANAIAME_(Song) but it takes up to much space, and without it; its difficult to navigate to the next track in the album from the infobox or to get the correct info. I will change it if you guys are not happy about it.
Sorry for the delay. I've been sick this weekend so I've been a little slow on checking up on the site. After double-checking with people, I've gone ahead and implemented our preferred layout on the YAMANAIAME page.
You can see that we're using a single infobox. Each album image is its own tab, and has its own line in the infobox where applicable. When then there is differing information for each release, we list each item on a separate line and add which album it applies to in parentheses.
It is a little crowded, we know, but this preserves all the information without having the user scroll down the entire page. You can copy the layout from the YAMANAIAME page and use it going forward for other pages. If there are issues with this later due (like the infobox breaks from too much stuff) we'll see what we can do about it, but it should be enough in most cases.
By the way, it was pointed out to me that you've put together a sandbox for a leitmotif page. That's not something we would create here, because it's not a media article directly related to the Attack on Titan franchise. Rather, it's trivia about the media.
It is of interest, but it's something we'd like to keep on individual song pages rather than have an aggregated list for.
We've made a decision! Sorry for the delay. We're going to keep game content separate for each game since what applies to AoT 1 will not necessarily apply to AoT 2. This only applies to the supplemental pages (missions, playable characters, etc) and not the name game pages.
What you'll see for AoT 1 now is that the gameplay pages are named like this:
1) She was clearly angered when Reiner teased her about her constant avoidance in hand-to-hand combat training. However, retrospectively, it seems that he hinted to their scuffle following Marcel's death.
I removed the second line because what happens in chapter 96 looks unrelated to Annie's hand to hand combat avoidance in chapter 17. They scuffle, but there's no dodging either literally or metaphorically on Annie's part. I don't see the connection or why she would be reminded of that fight specifically. The context and atmosphere is completely different.
2) When she was 11 years old, she already knew that the Marleyan government were liars 
I removed this because it's misleading. From a purely objective standpoint, this is a loaded statement with nothing to support how she knew that the Marleyan government is lying or what they are lying to her about. They're not nice people, but their military concerns seem valid and the warrior unit doesn't seem to have been lied to about their mission.
Her full speech on the cited page is "Who gives a damn?! Marley, Eldia, they can all go to hell! They're all liars, every one of them! They only ever think about themselves! And I'm the same!"
As the article was written, only the part about Marley was placed there, making it seem like something she found out due to her intelligence, but if you read the whole speech it's not a logical conclusion. Annie is ranting. That's why Eldia and Marley are both liars even though she was born after Eldia ceased to exist and has no firsthand knowledge of it. Her speech blames them equally.
It's the equivalent of an angry kid saying "All adults are liars." Her words are not a factual statement. The emotion behind them might be real, and some lying probably happened on an individual level (in which case it would need to be cited), but that doesn't make the entire thing true.
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1) It seems to me it is related: In chapter 17 page 8, Reiner says to Annie: "...I suggest you recall the first day you arrived, and get serious." Immediatly after that, Annie becomes furious and Eren don't understand what Reiner is talking about. Read the manga, please, if you don't trust me. It seems to me that Reiner was referring the first day Reiner, Annie and Bertolt arrived in Paradise Island (=The day where Marcel died and Reiner and Annie had an argument.). Also, if you don't want to call what happened in chapter 96 a scuffle, we can call it an argument. Are you OK with the word "argument"?
The connection is Annie's committment to her mission. I mean: Consider the context. Why would Reiner go out of his way to make such the above pointed remark (Plus why does he call her a slouch?) ? And who does Reiner pit Annie against? Well, it is Eren, an ordinary Waldian, who is one of those people their mission will likely result in the death of. Thus I would say that Reiner's coded message to Annie was :"Prove me that you are still committed to this mission." Thus, the context is not very different from chapter 96, Reiner is still manipulating her about the mission. Also, the atmosphere is as usual between Annie and Reiner: There is tension. So you still don't see the connection?
Also, Reiner probably needs to remind Annie of their chapter 96 fight to assert his autority on her, because he won it. She didn't want to obey his orders, but he forced her to continue the mission anyway. So now, he could threaten to use force or to denounce her later to the Marleyan government if she is not enough committed to her mission. So did you understand my explanations about 1)?
2) How did she know that the Marleyan government is lying? It is simple: Annie was a Warrior cadet during circa 6 years, so she had enough time to observe the corruption of the Marleyan government and thus to understand that they were liars. Also, what they are lying to her about? At least they are lying about becoming honorary Marleyans. Reiner's dad said to him that Reiner would never be allowed to live with him, even if he is an honoray Marleyan, didn't he? And more generally Magath said in chapter 97 page 39 that the Marleyan soul was hollow, thus implying that the Marleyan government were liars.
You said that "the warrior unit doesn't seem to have been lied to about their mission".Are you serious? I disagree. It is clear that the Marleyans lied to the Warriors since they brainwashed them about the Waldians being "Eldian devils". I mean: Reiner is often saying that the Waldians are devils in chapter 95, 96 and 97. Also,what is your definition of a lie? Because, if you didn't know it, brainwashing is indeed a lie. Even Reiner was sarcastic about the Marleyan' brainwashing in chapter 94 page 21, read it if you don't trust me.
Her real full speech on the cited page was: "Honorary Marleyan?! Chosen warrior?! Who gives a damn?! Marley, Eldia, they can all go to hell! They are all liars, every one of them!! They only ever think about themselves!! So, she said that the promise to become Honorary Marleyan was a lie, didn't she? Thus to me, there is support that she knew that the Marleyans government were liars.
Also, I don't think that Annie is ranting. I think that she is overracting because Reiner tried to manipulate her and he was very coward when Marcel died. Ranting and overracting are not the same.
I think that she was only talking about Paradise Island not about the Eldia of the past. It's true that when Annie said her speech, she never went before to Paradise island. But the monarchy of Paradise made a "vow to renounce war". Read the chapters 95, 96 and 97 if you don't trust me. Thus how do you call a government who refuse to defend their own people when they are being massacred? Thus, the trust is the monarchy are indeed liars. It seems to me that the monarchy is not a lot better than the Marleyan government. Thus, Annie is right to blame both of them equally. Also, I think that she knows that the monarchy are liars, because the Tayber family talked to the Warriors about the "vow to renounce war" (Read chapters 96 and 97, if you don't trust me.) and probably because the Marleyan army said to her and the other Warriors that the monarchy were liars, in order to help them and to motivate them to complete their mission. It would make sense.
To call Annie an "angry kid" is a subjective point of view, not a fact. Also, she never said that all adults are liars. Read what I wrote about her speech above. More generally, I think that Annie (And probably Isayama) wanted to say about her speech that the world the Eldians live in is very cruel for them. This world is in indeed a very cruel world for the Eldians. Also, the emotion is indeed real, but my point is that Annie is right: Both, the Marleyan government and the monarchy are liars in their own way. Thus, to me, there is no reason that you refuse the following sentence: "When she was 11 years old, she already knew that the Marleyan government were liars". I already proved above that this sentence is true. I still don't understand your refusal.
1) The problem with that is, Reiner is teasing her in the training scene. You can see him smiling. Whatever happened is played off as a joke, and that was not a fond memory for either of them when they arrived on Paradis. Annie was freaking out and Reiner was having a breakdown. I doubt he would be smiling and teasing Annie about that. (And speculations about Reiner's intentions belong on Reiner's page, not Annie's.) We know she got mad. That's enough.
2) I'm going to be concise here, and take a step back, because I think you're reading way too deeply into this to justify one line of text.
Marley is a country. It has problems. But it is not constantly lying. They're truthful about their problems in war, and we know people like Magath can see their nation for what it is even while fighting in its army. Reiner and the others did get their honorary Marleyan armbands and he can walk in and out of the interment zone without a problem. Marley has kept promises and Annie knows this. She got one of the black armbands. She might not value it, but Marley wasn't lying about giving it.
Paradis has problems too. We don't have a blanket statement on other pages that the Church of the Walls consists of liars, the Royal Government consists of liars, the Reiss family consists of liars, etc. even though they knew a hell of a lot more than the rest of Paradis and told their people that humanity has perished outside the Walls. It doesn't mean they didn't lie. We don't want to make a blanket statement about a group or country. It is an oversimplification.
Finally, I know Annie must be your favorite character, because she's the only page you edit, and you often do so multiple times a day. Please remember that the Wiki's Manual of Style says "Quantity does not mean quality, and not every detail is important." Annie's page didn't lose anything with those edits. A wiki visitor who wanted to brush up on who Annie's personality still would get everything they need to know about what kind of person she is.
No problem, 1) There is no established proof that Reiner was having a mental breakdown. Also, if it was the case, I seriously doubt that he would ask Annie to kick Eren twice and he wouldn't refer to the "first time they came here",plus as far as I know, Reiner's dissociation episodes begins after Marco's death, not before. As you said our personnal opinions are différent from mine. You seem to be interested in Reiner and Marley, so you must be one of Reiner's fan.I haven't the time and I don't want to argue more about it. I'm not contesting your authority.
I wrote something wrong about my first sentence, I meant: There is no established proof that Reiner wanted to tease her (while he cynically smiled and he called a slouch.) nor that he had a dissociative episode.