The Cotati killing a T-Rex isn't anything worth noting in history of their Empyre. And as far as the Central Park storyline, Vision coming across a hiding Cotati too isn't significant. But that storyline will likely continue. There's no need to add it unless something significant happens.
You can re-add the thing with Vision when it is fully explored by the next issue. The part with the Tyrannosaurus what's something that was discovered before the attack that followed. I thought that would be worth mentioning.
You've been asked countless times before not to speculatively edits things which you have not actually read. For the last time, please cease this second-hand practice, it's a violation of the Marvel Database:Policies and Guidelines. Thanks.
In my claim to the Ravagers, the join template was added because this was the first time they are seen with the group and that they weren't part of the Ravagers in earlier appearances. This must've been a behind the scenes joining then. Right?
Even though you've started adding stray references once again, I already told you to stop, so I'm going to focus on your habit of making edits based on assumptions about comics you haven't read right now. It's even a part of this wiki's guidelines that "if you haven't read a certain comic, try not to add information about it."
This is particularly blatant in your most recent edit in Norman Osborn (Earth-1610). If you had actually read the issue, you wouln't have added the falsity that Ultimate Green Goblin reappeared in Earth-616. He didn't. Something very similar happened with your edit in Miles Morales (Earth-616). Morales didn't "meet" Willis Stryker, they just happened to be in the same roomm at the same time.
With that said, please stop. This type of edits only hurts the wiki.
It's not simply how I want things added. As I pointed out, it's part of the wiki's policies and guidelines.
"Avoid Second-Hand Data: In order to ensure the reliability of the information added to the site, it's important that you have personally read or watched the material about which you're adding information. In other words, if you haven't read a certain comic, try not to add information about it."
Could you please stop adding elipsis and stray references in the articles for pages? It damages the appearance of the article, and really serves no purpose as they are rarely removed in favor of actual content because they aren't easily noticeable.
If you want to contribute to the history of a character, it's better to read the material and add the information yourself, instead of placing these unnecessary beacons.
In my defense, I have been getting the references prepped for someone to add them in just like how someone had placed those things in anything related to the Weirdworld Vol 2 series. If that is wrong, I apologize for this action.
It was originally meant for Grotto. Did I add it under Groot by mistake? If so, it was supposed to go under Grotto's page. If not, someone added the real name when they added the information to Civil War II: Kingpin #1.
I apologize for this incident. I had no idea that this was illegal as the issue took part during that year. I guess we'll do the Modern Age heading if we ever encounter other retired Golden Age Villains in future issues.
I'd like to ask that you please cease plagiarizing work created by other Marvel Database community members by your wholesale export, word for word, of something you didn't write to an external site (Wikipedia).
It's likely a violation of both sites' terms and conditions and is creating false positives with plagiarism software resulting in other members appearing erroneously culpable of something you are actually guilty of instead. Thanks.
Basically what I'm asking is that you simply stop copying things written for this site to other sites. If you want to write a summary over there for Wikipedia, that's fine, just be sure to do it in your own words, from your own perspective, that way people don't have suspicion cast upon them here because you are plagiarizing their work there.
Sorry, but sorry is not enough or even necessary. What's necessary, is that you learn Wikipedia's policies how to give proper attribution to original creators of that content. I tagged Wikipedia:Secret Wars (2015 comic book)#Siege for copypasting so you could start from there and hopefully will do that to other articles as well. We use same Licensing as Wikipedia so you can use material from our site there with proper attribution template added to the article. I think that it would be good for us to have attributions from Wikipedia articles (or any other place). Copying from Wikipedia is prohibited by our policy.
I believe that you made your copy-paste with good intentions to improve the articles but you really should learn how this licensing thing works, for the respect of other authors of articles.