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  • Please, whenever you upload a new image, be sure to follow these three simple steps:

    1) Be sure the image name acts in accordance with our site's Naming Conventions.

    2) Once the image is uploaded, please don't forget licensing.

    • If you uploaded it through the Special:Upload function, make use of the "Licensing (Required)" dropdown feature before clicking "Upload File," and choose the apropriate type of licensing. "A single panel of a character," "A regular comic book cover" and "Movie screenshot" are some of the most common options.
    • If you uploaded it through the "Add a photo to this gallery" function on the bottom of galleries, or you didn't select any licensing option in the dropdown feature of Special:Upload, you'll have to add the licensing manually. Go to the uploaded image and click "Edit," you'll see two rows of buttons to insert templates or format functions. Click on the button that has a single polaroid photograph on it (found in the bottom row), and the template will be added. Be sure to fill in the "License" field with the respective license. Most common licenses are "Comic Single Panel," "Comic Cover," "TV Screenshot" and "Movie Screenshot." If the licensing you added is not valid, the image will still appear as unlicensed.

    3) Whether the image template with licensing has been added automatically or has been inserted manually on the image, please be sure to fill in the respective fields there are, including "Source," "Universe," "Subject#," etc. to help sort it out.

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    • Oops really sorry! Getting the procedure down was a tiny bit confusing, but your example will help a lot! Thank you!

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    • Alright. If you have any doubt on how to name an image, message me.

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  • Please, remember whenever you add new information to properly reference it every single time.

    If your source is a comic, TV episode, movie, etc., you just need to put between {{r| and }} the issue/episode/movie in which the events you just described happened. Like this:

    Tony Stark became Iron Man.{{r|Tales of Suspense Vol 1 39}}

    If your source is a web site, refer to this page on how to cite web pages in articles.

    Remember that having the information we display referenced is what makes us a reliable source of knowledge, so even though it wasn't always the policy here on the Marvel Database, it's now considered extremely important (see also Citing Sources).

    Thanks!

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  • I'm sorry, but didn't you get the memo regarding Secret Wars?

    Please, don't add any information regarding the event in character pages, and such.

    Thank you.

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    • I'm the one who has to apologize - There was an issue with another user posting major spoilers from SW in a character profile. I guess I trans-vented. Sorry about that. But yeah - as simplistic as that may be, anything that has SW on the cover is still off-limits, so the issue in question is as well. Again, sorry for the tone. I'm usually a very friendly guy. ;)

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    • No problem at at all, mistakes happen ;) I guess you have to draw the line somewhere, and that's as good a place as any! I'll refrain from making any edits based on "Last Days" issues!

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  • I was seeing what you added for the Mad Thinker back in October... Can you please be more detailed when you're adding new information. Take a look at the rest of that article (including references) note how I made a point to explain the important facts in the details and any secondary facts in the references? That's the sort of detail you should be adding to pages. The way your additions are written one would have to know exactly what you are talking about. You have to assume that whoever is reading it doesn't have a clear knowledge of what you are writing.

    Also considering you were adding that as the Time Runs Out storyline was still on going, I would also recommend that you refrain from adding things to a character page until the story arc they're involved in is finished. That way whatever new information is available is complete when you add it.

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  • Hi!

    Thanks for your edit on the Phoenix_Messiah_(Demon)_(Earth-616) page, it mades me realize I had made a mistake and forgot to add a bracket. A whole story was already planted there by myself, so I undid your edit, sorry.

    Don't forget to references your edits, by the way.

    Thanks again.

    Have a good day.

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  • Please, remember whenever you add new information to properly reference it every single time.

    If your source is a comic, TV episode, movie, etc., you just need to put between {{r| and }} the issue/episode/movie in which the events you just described happened. Like this:

    Tony Stark became Iron Man.{{r|Tales of Suspense Vol 1 39}}

    If your source is a web site, refer to this page on how to cite web pages in articles.

    Remember that having the information we display referenced is what makes us a reliable source of knowledge, so even though it wasn't always the policy here on the Marvel Database, it's now considered extremely important (see also Citing Sources).

    Thanks!

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  • Again, please reference your edits (specifically Piotr Rasputin (Earth-616), I haven't the issues anymore for this one)

    Thanks!

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  • Please, if someone is in the process of creation of pages for the characters of a reality, do not "interfere" in the process. Although it's obviously in good faith, it might a little annoying finding conflict edits and having to create any page which wasn't created like appearance category pages or galleries.

    Thanks!

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    • I'll try to be more attentive in the future, I didn't even notice someone had already created a page, thanks :)

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    • No problem :)

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  • Please, whenever you add new information to a page, remember to reference said information.

    It's quite easy. Right after a paragraph (or sentence), write between {{r| and }} the issue/episode/movie said events you just described take place in.

    An example would be:

    Tony Stark became Iron Man.{{r|Tales of Suspense Vol 1 39}}

    References are pretty important for the wikia as it helps us to be reliable.

    Thanks.

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  • Hi! I've seen you've done some good work on the Decimation page. I have myself corrected a few errors, that were already scattered in the pages:

    • Luna is the only "mutant" (quite a particular case) repowered by the mists. Pietro lost his terrigenesis powers and was repowered without explanation (I would say it's Wanda but no proof)
    • I don't know for Sunfire (but I have to check he was really depowered at M-Day, after having been depowered by Rogue), but Lorna's been confirmed X-Gene positive in some X-Men Legacy issue (when they found back Ariel). (Someone said that Sunfire was part of the Collective => depowered; but others have said that he wasn't. And I can't manage to find that issue back. Regarding to that fact, he has his place in the article or not; and if he wasn't depowered on M-Day, so Apocalypse seemingly restored his X-Gene)


    I wished to know if you had an idea about how work about the M-Day/Decimation page: I've split the main article Homo superior into sub-pages

    • Homo superior
      • Mutant History (still nothing), and with the high-lines still on the page: Origin, Genosha Massacre, M-Day, etc
        • M-Day : And that's where I need help, to restructuring the article in biological, historical, consequences, etc points of view.

    The problem is that for now, the information about the M-Day are scattered on at least three major page: Decimation, Depowered Mutants and Homo superior. For examples, I have corrected your adds, but those are already on another page. The idea would be to link the articles in a clever way that I can't figure for now. (As an example, I was first intending to list the depowered and repowered according to the M-Day as a main category, but I haven't managed to do it well.

    That's all. Have a good day.

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    • Also do not forget to add links to the pages, and to reference your edits.

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    • Actually, the return of Quicksilver's powers was detailed in X-Factor: The Quick and the Dead. While in jail, Quicksilver begins hallucinating various important individuals in his life and according to his hallucination of Layla, the Terrigen Crystals did "their job and [he doesn't] need them anymore". After seeing a woman about to be murdered, Quicksilver finds his powers have returned, and he proceeds to save her.

      As for why the mists worked for him and no one else is a good question. His initial exposure to the mists produced the same results as everyone else, the return of an enhanced version of his powers. Perhaps the fact that the crystals were imbued into his body, or that he constantly channelled their energies onto others, is responsible for the return of his ordinary powers. It's not a very clear explanation, but all we've been told is that it's because of the crystals.

      As for Luna, she was born without an X-Gene, meaning she was never a mutant in the first place. Quicksilver was always insistant about exposing her to the mists to give her powers, but Black Bolt and Medusa refused because of the dangers associated with exposing someone that's only half-Inhuman to the mists. So Luna was never "re-powered", just "powered" when Quicksilver took matters into his own hands.

      Thank you for the confirmation that Polaris' X-Gene returned. I was a bit hazy on whether Apocalypse actually found a cure or simply recreated her old powers through another method. As for Sunfire, if he wasn't de-powered by M-Day, he might as well be left out of the article, since it's just a list of reversals of the M-Day effect.

      I'll take a look at those pages. I suppose the best way would simply be to only give a quick overview about M-Day on other pages, and simply re-direct to the Decimation page.

      Sorry, I keep forgetting to add references!

      Thanks and a good day to you too :)

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    • Concerning Quicksilver, the Dark Reign Files indicated that he recovered "mysteriously" his powers, after talking of his "pathetic" attempts to restore. What Layla Miller says is that the mists made their job, which could mean anything, coming from Layla, as allowing Rictor to be protected from the Isolationist and preventing the extinction of mutantkind. It seems really unsure in that situation to state that Quicksilver recovered his powers from the mists, after having lost his terrigenesis powers.

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