I added them there mostly for verifiability purposes. If we use references to Legacy bios without an accessible source, we're basically telling the reader to go look elsewhere, play the game or just take our word for it.
Well, yeah, but how is saying go play the game different from saying go watch the episode/read the comic? Isn't the whole point of a reference to say go look elsewhere - somewhere other than this site? Why is the Legacy page a more valid source than, say, the Batgirl page?
I'm not particularly bothered by it, it just struck me as odd.
The point of a reference is telling the reader where he can double check the info himself and that it wasn't pulled out of thin air, not necessarily tell him to go do it. Episodes and comics are more accessible than the game, and if someone wants to check the bios, they're more likely to look them up on the internet rather than by playing the game, so by encouraging them to look outside, we are paying a disservice. If any site should have that kind of minutiae, it should be us.
Why do you people keep removing content about Black Adam's powers. Unless the creators of the show decided to radically alter the character, it's been well established that he was given his powers by Shazam.
I'm taking it as Alien = "not from Earth", not "not human". If we had an Earthling category, I would include Red Volcano, Amazo, etc there. Also, if L-Ron doesn't count as alien then neither does the Collector of Worlds, and that just wouldn't feel right.
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Okay, I just checked and visual editor was checked on my settings. (Why I'm not sure, I haven't been in my setting in weeks.) I guess I just skipped to source without thinking about it each time. Fixed now.
I've noticed a couple times you've done several edits in quick succession. Not sure if this is on purpose but it's generally seen as trying to get your edit count up especially if the changes are relatively minor, instead i'l recommend using the main edit button at top of page instead of sections and that you use preview so you can see if there's anything you've done wrong. Just thought i'd give a bit of friendly warning and some advice if it's in good faith.
I don't mind so much. It's always good to read over your contributions, but this can be done when you've saved the bulk. On larger articles, preview may take a long time to load, so it's safer to just do the most work by editing the section, and do the other things, like removing the expansion template, later.
Three or four edits is not a big stress on Recent Changes anyway.
i knew it wasnt a big issue otherwise it'd have been an admin warning, just ive seen his a fair few times, thought i'd try and nip a potential problem in the bud. Also unfamiliar with expansion template atm, if it's some special trick that makes the edits simpler and the reason for his multiedits then i apologise,
Sorry, I just like to use sections because it's so much easier to find the bit you want to add/change, especially when dealing with timeline sections.
But mostly it happens because I'm a terrible proof-reader (and I do use the preview). It's alright once a little time has passed and I've forgotten what I wrote. But when re-reading what I've just written, I know what should be there and don't tend to see anything else. I usually try to re-check everything I add again the next day for that reason.
ah, i know that reason well. (my english teachers copped it for 6 years) and as tupka sai not actually problem but there were a few editors who'd do that sortof thing,typofix,add links, add references, all in seperate edits compared to that your fine lol :)
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