Hi Shabook, you probably know of an existing AoS Wiki that exists seperately. How do you feel of that wiki merging into this one? And think if there's any valuable content from that wiki which could be brought over?
Well, I've always thought that wikis related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe would be better if they were condensed into this one, but I'm also aware that Fandom allows multiple wikis about the same subject to be created. In fact, I've already asked for the merging of other wikis, but their content was a mere plagiarism of ours.
As for the valuable content, I'll take a look to their articles, and you can always reach Nerdtastic1221 and other users to see if they are interested in the images they have uploaded.
It happens to me too. This kind of glitches are far beyond my area of reach. Perhaps you should contact the FANDOM staff, but I guess some things like these will be common given the wiki is migrating to a new host site.
"some things like these will be common given the wiki is migrating to a new host site."
This is likely very relevant.
Additionally, if you think it's on your side and you really want to fix it, try clearing your cache and reloading the page completely. Even with refreshing, your browser normally keeps cached images in the background so you don't have to try and fetch them again. Maybe it was just something silly that didn't work correctly with that.
The option differs per browser, but in Google Chrome, you can do this by going to the relevant page, opening Developer Tools (Ctrl+Shift+I) and then click and hold on the refresh button until it gives you the drop-down option to "Empty cache and hard reload".
Hello. This user has been adding articles to categories that they do not fit in to. My understanding is that Category Spam is a blockable offense. Could you please address the situation? Thank you for your time.
I've been working on some Cloak & Dagger related articles lately, and I've begun to wonder about the relevance of creating a team article which would be about Cloak and Dagger working as a team, as together they saved New Orleans twice and they themselves see each other as partners.
I would suggest either create a "Cloak & Dagger" article, or create a "Divine Pairing" article, with subsections for each incarnation of the Divine Pairing, and tell Cloak and Dagger's story and achievements as a team together in such a subsection. Indeed, while the category exists, there is nothing which clearly explains what the Divine Pairing is, and I think that it should be done somehow on the wiki.
I was just reading this article...there may be more in common than just the name:
The book mentions fallen angels and demons. Izle likely being one of these as she can create those demon spawn and the fact she is raising a hellish army.
The book also mentions Apocalypse. There were two apocalyptic events in Agents of Shield. (The Kree destructive future, and the Chronicoms taking over Earth.)
In the book, there is a story about Solomon's temple. This may reference The Lighthouse. Another part mentions Elijah the prophet's escape. This could reference Fitz.
Lastly, The book of Enoch has section of Apocalypse in weeks, and the climax is the seventh part. We know there is Seven Seasons thus far.
There may be other references I might have missed. Still, even if these speculations aren't exactly correct, this book definitely inspired events for Agents of Shield. Perhaps this could give us clues as to what happens in Season 7?
Would it be usefull to split the gallery category in multiple sub-categories?
By example the TV-Series Gallery, Movie Gallery, Character Gallery, Location Gallery, Item Gallery.
Or would this be to much work with not enough added value?
I have been working on the uncategorized images list, and if split that would be a lot easier for for me, so i will gladly help with placing all the galleries in the proper category, as soon as you tell me so. I have more suggestions for the images but that would also mean a lot of renaming which i cant do
1. Splitting Posters and Promotional within a gallery, since they got 2 different licensings.
2. A clear naming policy for images, for example every TV-series screenshot has the name + Episode number and a clear description. (LC101 Luke Cage meets Cottonmouth), same for movie screenshots (AIW Thor cuts off Thanos his Arms), but also Posters (BP Poster 1 and Textless Poster 3), or merchandice (CM Statue). This would mean that we dont have random names consisting of numbers and letters. But the problem with such a policy is that it to late, and thousands of images would ask for a rename.
I was just wondering if you think it's about time to return character ages to infoboxes, or at least open up a discussion about how character ages should be listed for the more confusing ages such as.
1) Captain America/Winter Soldier who were frozen, so they have been alive for a long time but they biology did not age for that period, so they have the age they were born, 1940s-2024, and they're biological age which for Bucky is in his thirties, and Rogers is now in his hundreds.
This also applies to characters who don't age like Captain Marvel, Jiaying, Daniel Whitehall, who have/were alive for 60ish and 100+ years, but have remained biologically young. So would that be taken into account? = Age: 110 (biologically 40s)
2) Blipped characters, so Flash Thompson was born in 2001, it's currently 2024, but he missed five years due to the Blip. Simply enough.
Winter Soldier obviously mixes both point 1&2, but that simply requires some careful maths to ensure that the age is correct.
Those are the questionable areas regarding ages that I can currently think of. I personally believe ages are valuable to add back to infoboxes but I do understand that there are some questions/rules that need to be cleared up first.
The question of ages became very difficult with a number of issues that made it prone to extreme speculation
Characters that had been frozen.
Characters that travelled back and forth in time.
Characters that were snapped.
The MCU is currently in 2023/2024 while we are in 2019
There are little official sources that indicate exactly the amount of time the characters were under these circunstances, and therefore the result is being fulled of speculation and edit wars over a small Trivia fact.
But we've got a timeline which several users work hard to figure out.
That's the main problem, it is something that some/several users figured out, not something Marvel explicitly stated. Therefore, it is not official and that's the reason so many edit wars happened in the past.
Everything that is open to interpretation, is something that we cannot assure.
We can always add it as a Trivia fact for the ones that are confirmed without doubt.