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  • Since Thor Odinson (Earth-616) had been turned into Brood as for Avengers Vol 8 #27, could you add to the Thor article the Category:Brood-infected and the Brood features to Thor's unuasal features along with the reference? Thanks in advance.

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  • I thought we dont need to link something as a corpse in the issue they died since its not a mention but a direct confirmation

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    • I never though the tag was for that purpose, so yeah it shouldn't be there, if you need to explain anything write it in the history part of the page.

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    • Anotherbatmanfan wrote: Im guessing it was because of that edit war. Sorry about that.

      Mostly yes.

      Both options (with or without the "corpse" mention) are fine to me.

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  • Hi there. I had added a move tag for the first time to this image here. Could you please tell me if I did it correctly?

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  • Bonjour,

    Je suis Aster09, un Assistant pour la communauté francophone de Fandom.

    Nous avons remarqué que tu contribuais essentiellement sur des wikis non francophones. Y a-t-il une raison particulière à cela que tu pourrais nous indiquer ? Nous aimerions que tes connaissances et tes compétences puissent profiter aux communautés francophones. N’y a-t-il pas des wikis francophones qui t’intéressent ?

    Cordialement.

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    • Bonjour,

      J'ai débuté sur les wikis anglais (par celui de Marvel) parce qu'il était plus complet que la plupart des autres sites. Je ne suis pas intéressé à participer aux wiki francophones car les sujets sur lesquels j'écris sur des Fandom sont presque exclusivement en anglais en ce qui concerne leur version originale (que je préfère aux traductions).

      Cordialement.

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    • Merci beaucoup pour ta réponse.

      Avec l’équipe de volontaires de la communauté francophone, nous cherchons à développer encore plus les wikis francophones et faire grandir nos communautés. Un des points sur lequel nous travaillons est justement d’encourager les francophones à contribuer sur les wikis francophones et surtout comprendre pourquoi certains utilisateurs choisissent de contribuer sur le wiki d’une autre langue.

      Ton choix est-il uniquement orienté par la langue originale du sujet que tu traites ou bien il existe d'autres raisons plus liées à Fandom ? Nous aimerions savoir quels aspects nous pourrions changer au sein de Fandom et de la communauté francophone pour encourager les personnes comme toi à revenir vers les wikis francophones.

      Merci encore !

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  • Hi, I don't know if you noticed but the page ultimatum was originally supposed to be moved to ultimatum (Event) to differentiate it from the Character of the same name. But FossilLord created it Ultimatum (event) as an entirely new page and I was wondering if this is how it is supposed to be done, since I thought the whole point of moving a page was so that everyone's contributions could be shown. hope this doesn't take up too much of your time.

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    • Hi.

      I'm reverting the page to restore the edition historic, then making the move required, but I wasn't be able to save any edits to the event page.

      Thanks for the head-up!

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  • Shouldn't Harry Osborn's Fu Manchu be deleted? I don't think we need a page for a beard or hairstyle, just a note on about it on his page makes sense.

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  • Is it just me or does Gorr's power grid seem grossly inaccurate (unless it's referring to how powerful he is without All-Black)? He defeated three versions of Thor in a battle that spanned galaxies, devastated planets and snuffed out a star, after all.

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    • There is no power grid on his page so far, I assume the powers' names aren't based on the power grid, but simply used as generic terms.

      Currently, what bothers me is more is it is totally unreferenced material.

      As far as I recall, Gorr has pretty much no power without All-Black.

      (PS: Careful on power grids and power feats stuff, it has a tendency to escalate in edit-warring with fan boys, and ban.)

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    • Up until yesterday, Gorr did have a power grid... but it was a copy-paste of this Gorr's. I've gone through and added citations to as many points as I could.

      Plus, he's referred to as the "God of God Butchers" post-resurrection... so who knows what he's capable of now.

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    • Yep, saw the talk page moments after.

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  • I was browsing the various deity categories, and was wondering if Knull would be a fit for any of them - he's already listed as a Darkness Deity and an Evil Deity. Additionally, both Gorr and Carnage have been referred to as gods as a result of being bonded to deific primordial symbiotes, so should they get any deity tags (there seems to be a precedent for this, with Jane Foster being listed as a Thunder Deity due to hosting Thor's power) or would that just be for All-Black and the Grendel?

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    • Hi!

      Jane Foster was actually a goddess because she was one while holding Mjolnir (Odin's enchantment).

      That said, that actually a good question.

      • For Gorr, I was uncertain (and still am), not based on All-Black, but because it's stated that he actually became kind of a god due to his actions.
      • I think Knull is already listed in the relevant categories (including the mix-bag "Category:Elder Gods"
      • For Carnage, it would more require that he would be referred to as a god (and not metaphorically) and/or he would be worshiped (it could be "by mistake", like Astarta (Earth-616) (sorry, the history text is incomplete, I'm a bit late on that one) who is worshiped as Ashtoreth, though being (only) (a modified) human).

      In any case, if you want to add it to their pages, it must be referenced somewhere (history text, origin and occupation fields of the infobox, notes, or even trivia, depending on the most relevant place to add it).

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    • Undoniel wrote: Hi!

      Jane Foster was actually a goddess because she was one while holding Mjolnir (Odin's enchantment).

      That said, that actually a good question.

      • For Gorr, I was uncertain (and still am), not based on All-Black, but because it's stated that he actually became kind of a god due to his actions.
      • I think Knull is already listed in the relevant categories (including the mix-bag "Category:Elder Gods"
      • For Carnage, it would more require that he would be referred to as a god (and not metaphorically) and/or he would be worshiped (it could be "by mistake", like Astarta (Earth-616) (sorry, the history text is incomplete, I'm a bit late on that one) who is worshiped as Ashtoreth, though being (only) (a modified) human).

      In any case, if you want to add it to their pages, it must be referenced somewhere (history text, origin and occupation fields of the infobox, notes, or even trivia, depending on the most relevant place to add it).

      Volstagg-14412 states that being bonded to All-Black has turned Gorr into a dark god in Thor: God of Thunder #6 - which come to think of it is kinda similar to Jane Foster and Mjolnir.

      Carnage unironically thinks of himself as a god, going by his statements in Web of Venom: Cult of Carnage #1, Web of Venom: Funeral Pyre #1, and Absolute Carnage: Symbiote of Vengeance #1; and the Church of the New Darkness seems to worship him as a manifestation or incarnation of Knull going by all the "GOD IS CARNAGE" slogans scrawled all over the Underground City in Web of Venom: Unleashed #1.

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  • Hello, I wanted to ask you if you could add the Hercules' article the involvment in Avengers: No Road Home Vol 1. In case you don't know that, then I can tell you the summary.

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    • Hi!

      Sorry I'm a little short on time currently to do a correct re-reading and adding of that story. I trust you'll do it great.

      I lifted the protection. But we'll be watching for any edit-war (which occurs mostly due to fanboys focused on the powers section).

      Please remember all the notices you've received from other admins regarding how to add history (past tense, references, stick to what actually happens, the basics).

      Bye

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    • Oh wow, thank you so much, I can't believed that you actually lifted that for. Don't worry I'll do good.

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    • The protection was there to counter counter-productive editors, and the "threat" seemingly faded (for now), so it's perfectly normal, no problem.

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  • The Darkhold text seen in Carnage Vol. 2 isn't just similar to H. P. Lovecraft's eldritch language. It is H. P. Lovecraft's eldritch language: the chant to summon Chthon is literally just the Cthulhu chant with Chthon's name subbed in for Cthulhu's and K'Lay for R'lyeh, and Chthon's dialogue with Jubulilie can be parsed through a "R'Lyehian"-to-English dictionary - such as this one - to translate it into English.

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    • So far as I'm aware, Lovecraft himself never named the language in-universe or out. I suspect he would have said that the language's name is unpronounceable by humans and would've driven anyone who heard or read it insane.

      The comic never specifies exactly what K'lay is, unfortunately, beyond being the place where "dead Chthon waits dreaming". And yeah, a stub is an incomplete article so you're using it correctly.

      I guess Mr. Conway either didn't know there was a distinction between the Old Ones and the Elder Gods (of Earth) or decided to retcon things. Aside from Carnage still being empowered by the Darkhold - making him immune to sonics and fire - nothing regarding Chthon has been brought up by Absolute Carnage.

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    • Arawn 999 wrote: So far as I'm aware, Lovecraft himself never named the language in-universe or out. I suspect he would have said that the language's name is unpronounceable by humans and would've driven anyone who heard or read it insane.

      Sounds just like him.

      I guess a Glossary entry, and mentioning the above will do the trick.

      Arawn 999 wrote: The comic never specifies exactly what K'lay is, unfortunately, beyond being the place where "dead Chthon waits dreaming". And yeah, a stub is an incomplete article so you're using it correctly.

      Great. Rethinking it, it can only be K'lay, as far as I know, as it can fit the retcon of the place where Chthon went after the war (Elders gods deneration and decimation by Atum or two factions war, one led by Chthon banished/went to slumber), and after he wrote the Darkhold.

      I've created the stub for N'Garai dimension, but I'm still looking for some name (I've only checked a few handbook so far), named Other-Realm on the wiki so far.

      Arawn 999 wrote: I guess Mr. Conway either didn't know there was a distinction between the Old Ones and the Elder Gods (of Earth) or decided to retcon things. Aside from Carnage still being empowered by the Darkhold - making him immune to sonics and fire - nothing regarding Chthon has been brought up by Absolute Carnage.

      Like I said, I'm in favor of ignoring (for now) (and trying to present that as clearly as possible) that mix-up.

      Yeah, that's where I'm so far too (except for pastiches/references of the Carcosa and Cthulhu Mythoses that you noticed).

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