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  • Was Donnie Gill ever allies with Ian Quinn

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  • I understand why you have made the edits you have about how to write out Coulson in s7, however, I advise you to see that it should not be done like that. I figured I'd message you first, instead of you just undoing any edit that was made to fix this, to prevent any problems. Yes, this Coulson is not THE Coulson. However, it is not just some LMD of him either. So, to have something written like "Coulson Chronicom LMD" or "Coulson's LMD" is not suitable as it is Phil Coulson, who happens to be an incredibly advanced LMD. Additionally, considering how he is going to be in every episode of this season, for those of us who actually expand the pages from the episodes, I can assure you that writing all of that extra and messy bits that aren't even the best way to write it will be annoying. So, I am telling you that it is better to have every link to the character be titled "Phil Coulson".

    Cheers.

    EDIT: Also, even the other pages of LMD characters (and other variations) don't even follow a consistent "name's LMD" format, so it's not like it's a definitive things that the wiki does.

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    • Just wanted to let you know that I am no longer assigned to the seventh season of AoS; but I'll add screenshots and quotes and content where I can.

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    • That's a shame. I'm not sure how the whole "assigned" thing works, but if that's what it is... But whatever yo still do will be great.

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  • Is there a reason you undid all the date edits I did?

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    • We don't put days unless it is explictly stated in films or shows. We hardly put months or the period of the year (Early, mid or Late) when is enough references for that.

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    • Then why have it in the timelines. I looked at them and that depicted it.

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    • The Timelines have an explicit "FanTimeline" tag. The timeline have leniency as there is needed placement for the events described. The events and other articles will not have any date not confirmed by Marvel Studios. That is why the Netflix events are separated from the Hulu/Freeform events and the film-ABC shows events.

      We have Timeline placement for those sure but due to a lot of evidence obtained, thanks to that dates have been asigned to those events, however, those dates (except for a few) have not been given by Marvel Studios. They are inferred, and therefore are not 100% factual. We use factual information only.

      The order of events can go accordingly to the timeline events placement tho. But Netflix one side, ABC/films on another, and Hulu/Freeform on another.

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    • Marvelus said it perfectly. In short, those dates were not confirmed; the timeline page has a tag at the top saying it is unconfirmed information. Very few events in the MCU have confirmed dates (ex. Battle of New York is May 4, 2012)

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  • Why was the edit on FRIDAY reverted?

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  • Good job on making sure the images have source and licensing. I know you copied it from an image added by Dr.Who, but just a little heads up, there is/was a space missing in the source code, i have fixed it on those I noticed it on.

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    • Ah, my mistake. Should've caught that. And yes, I was uploading a new version of an image they uploaded, and copy/pasted the source + licensing from there. Thanks for the fix.

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  • Hey,

    Why could you not just wait for me to finish the article. I made a mistake, I noticed it, no need for you to undo it, and also deleting all the citations I added. Just have patience, and allow people to fix their mistakes.

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    • TomasDerksen wrote:
      You should give people the time to fix mistakes they make, and not immediatly jump in the article and revert it/fix it yourself.

      I actually did not notice the mistake in the infobox. I had undone it as it seemed like it was adding full citations to the infobox but upon closer inspection, I realize I misintepreted it. I apologize for that.

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    • Immediatly after publishing i noticed the infobox was broken. I Assume you just used the differce button in the list of wikia activity and never saw the page, but only the coding. Then it also understandable you reverted it.

      At first i added the shorted citation in the infobox, but since it was tje first time some of those episodes where referenfed the reflist had warnings therefor i had to add the complete names.

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  • I don't really have an opinion about it, the only reason I made that edit was to be consistent with the Space Stone article, which specifically says Asgardians were the ones who enclosed the stone in Tesseract. If there's no source to that info, could you edit the Space Stone accordingly as well?

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    • Mattcurrent999 wrote:
      could you edit the Space Stone accordingly as well?

      I don't think the Space Stone article is locked, meaning you should be able to edit it.

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    • I know, I'm just not sure that it's never been confirmed to be made by Asgardians, so I leave it to you to edit it according to your opinion.

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  • Hey MJ, regarding your removal of the fan made video citation, I see your point, and have removed similar citations from other pages that cite the same YoutTube channel. Captain America's article still has one though, so if you want to remove it, it's there.

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    • Yeah, I saw your removals on the pages for Black Widow & Black Panther. That's right, the Cap page is still locked, isn't it. I'll remove it from there.

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  • Man, I really want to express my admiration for your eagle eye... Damn, seeing those easter eggs like Mephisto and Rick Jones in "The Avengers". I really admire how you managed to make those findings!

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  • The MCU "Mephisto" is not nearly the same as the comic Mephisto the Trivia sections were referring to, especially considering that the trivia sections were already talking about comic book counterparts anyways. Even though the name is the same, considering how different they are, they shouldn't even be treated as counterparts.

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    • That's true, but we don't know anything else about him. There hasn't been any mention of him from any character, like I said, his only "appearance" was being mentioned in a file. It is strange that he called the Tesseract an "infinity gem", but other than that, there's nothing else we know.

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    • He didn't notice it was an Infinity Stone. It is obviously an easter egg, but it features a character and thus the article is created. It doesn't seem to be the regular agent or consultant to be aware of Infinity Gems (Stones)

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