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I have a question when naming an article do you believe it should be done in the singular or plural? Like for example should an article be called [Humans] or [Human] or [Foot Soldier] or [Foot Soldiers]?
Take a look at the File History. Also User TMNT_91 is pretty much randomly uploading images off of google searches. Not even renaming them. This has lead to image uploads that replace images like this. I was going the correct that one, but with such a edit history, that tells me whatever he is doing probably isn't good for the wiki as a whole.
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Though I don't feel strongly about it, why the removal of 1987 Ray from the former antagonists category? The episode ends with Ray deciding to peacefully live under the ocean. Whilst he doesn't befriend the turtles, the category does state "Characters who were previously antagonists, then stopped being so. Note that this does not always mean they became friends or allies, but may have simply decided not to be enemies."
I just saw the episode. I guess by technicality he's a former antagonist. However, if he's removed there again, just leave Ray out of the former antagonists category so there's not any conflicting edits.
I wanted to let you know that there’s been some questionable comments on this Wikia. I know you’ll probably seen them eventually but I just wanted to help. The user is Cat Fool. She/he has been saying pretty disruptive things.
I'm not 100% sure myself—User:The S would have the last word in clarifying these things—but I do think unnecessary profanity is frowned upon on the site, though mature character quotes and media images are acceptable in appropriate context.
That said, I only recall one F-word in an official TMNT continuity, and that was in Ninjara: Seed of Destruction, and only because it was about Ninjara's story after her time with the ArchieTurtles, and Dean Clarrain and Chris Allan had the permission to continue her story separately in other publications, so it fell under neither Archie nor Mirage's purview to moderate its content. I don't know if there are F-words in Bodycount, but I find its extreme gore far more adult than strong language anyway, so I don't exactly want to read through every page. I think a large part of this relative scarcity of strong language in TMNT is that, while the various comics could contain a lot of violence and some undeniably adult themes (and even some extremely scarce scenes of frontal nudity like a certain memorable Triceraton), Peter Laird himself seemed to have an even stronger dislike of swearing, which is why scenes like this one from Tales of Leonardo: Blind Sight are so weird in having such startling physical violence combined with an onlooker saying such a cheesy minced oath like "holy spit." (Don't worry, that scene was only Leonardo imagining his own death and its consequences.) But even scenes as gory as these were relatively rare, and most of the Mirage continuity remained accessible to a teen audience. The majority of both the Mirage and IDW continuities have some spoken profanity, but mostly limited to tame swearing like "bastard," "crap," "damn," "hell," "screw you," etc., and maybe the rare "bitch." Certainly nothing you couldn't hear on The Simpsons.
Turtlepedia used to host most of the material that is now at the Mutant Ninja Turtles Gaiden Wiki, and MNT Gaiden has a lot more strong language. It was never a licensed TMNT work, though, which is why it now falls outside of Turtlepedia's purview. But I have kept a panel from that series as a reaction image for comments here on Turtlepedia: To lessen the impact of the expletive, I used a mosaic effect so you only see "s__t," the visual equivalent of a bleep.
In certain other contexts, it could potentially be alright. If you said you went through hell to get an image or that you didn't get something done because you feel like crap, I wouldn't even care enough to censor let alone warn. But all User:Cat fool did was write "what the f(youknowwhat)" as a comment on the Humans page.
Yeah, all Cat fool said was the "WTF" thing on Humans without the proper context of the comment. I did also see a comment they left that was in a different language in Donatello (Rise of the TMNT), and also left confusing and assuming some critical comments on that series' designs for the Turtles.
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