It's pretty much already part of the Naming Conventions that we are to name characters per what's in the comic books they appear. With that said, there wasn't any moment in any issue in which those characters appeared that they were stated to have the same surname of their owners. Giving it to them without it being explicitly stated in-universe would be inserting false information, and we don't do that.
Would it be at all possible to appeal my indefinite ban? These are my first two blocks/reprimands in almost 10 years of activity. I've made a lot of contributions to this wikia and working on this platform has been one of my favorite past times. I'd really hate to lose my history.
What bothers me is that you unapologetically believe you are above the rules.
Rather than accept the temporary penalty, you chose to break not only the MARVEL Database's policies, but also Fandom's Terms of Service, by creating multiple accounts to circumvent the decision instead.
I understand that and I recognize that I made a bad decision. It was stupid of me to break the rules. I am genuinely sorry I broke the rules and violated the terms of service. I understand why a temporary block was issued and I can accept that it was an appropriate action.
I'm just hoping there is something that I can do to not lose my edit history and my ability to contribute to the site. I really want to be a remain a member of this community.
I'm guessing again if I can have my blocked status changed from indefinite to a specific time limit. Again, I recognize what I did was wrong. From what I've read in wikia policies, blocks are meant to preserve site integrity and prevent vandalism, but are not meant to act as a punishment. Even recognizing that what I did was wrong, I feel that the few infractions that I committed should be weighed against the nearly 10 years of contributions I've made to the site as a whole. I'm willing to make some type of restitution or be on probation if that is possible, but I would really like to know that at some point I can start contributing to the site again. This indefinite block (an effective banning) feels like a punishment.
Is it possible to appeal this indefinite block and eventually have my editing/contributing privilege restored?
Hi Gipdac. I would like to talk with you about Marvel Legacy in the Red Ledger titled "Tales of Suspense featuring Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier". The discussion for this event is seeking for the return of Black Widow. If you are interested, come be a part of my blog page.
But reading my (pretty trashed) copy of the issue and while doing the completion, I didn't saw most of the listed Sorcerer Supremes, and after reading the table of contents again, it seems I lack a few pages. Would you be kind enough to scan me:
Magician - Dr. Strange (page 4)
Sorcerer Supremes (page 5)
Chthon (page 20)
Weaver Magic (page 30)
The Star (page 38)
The Moon (page 39)
The World (page 42)
And if it is possible on your version to decipher the text in Magician - Ian McNee (page 9) (I'm trying but trashed+tiny+gothic letters is a pain in the eyes).
Undoniel, I've been indefinitely block from contributing/editing on this site. I'm trying to ask about appealing the decision to change it to a time-limited block instead of an indefinite block. However, no one is responding to that discussion thread anymore. Is there anything you could do?
Regardless of the disagreements I have with the parenthesis, the "Appears in Flashback" tags were actually approved by the admins, so people can link down to the Chronology Notes. So I would appreciate it if you go back and restore those tags as they were. Thanks.
Nick, I've been indefinitely block from contributing/editing on this site. I'm trying to ask about appealing the decision to change it to a time-limited block instead of an indefinite block. However, no one is responding to that discussion thread anymore. Is there anything you could do?