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Although I understand your intentions to give back to users, this seems like a mistake. Everyone on Fandom is proud of their contributions and feels like they work hard. When you single out a few people it means you exclude thousands of people. Programs like this lead to jealously and resentment. Is it worth it to make a few people feel good while at the same time making so many other people feel left out?
I would ask you to reconsider this program and instead find a way to celebrate the accomplishments of all Fandom editors.
Hey Artful Dodger. I went to Steven Rogers (Earth-616) article to add the reference for the history of Captain America, but there is a protection lock on the page. I am unable to edit the page, so I want to ask that if you can either change the protection lock or remove the protection lock from the page.
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About 50 of those characters were in a single issue and only appeared as images on a poster that said they were slain. I kept a mention of them in the image they came from and on the main Earth-10076 page they were on, but I cleaned out the rest. Also, several of them were speculative only since you only see their eyes or hair in the poster image.
I kept the characters that had real appearances and actually did things in the story arc, but the rest was not necessary.
Ok, I was just wondering, since we have pages for characters from alternate realities which are merely mentioned or referenced. I agree some of them aren't obvious, but I would have kept the ones who were
To add to this Earth-811 has several characters who exclusively appear on that style poster, though those are named, I'd still say Beast, Storm, Wolverine, Professor X are all obviously who they look like