Also, be a little bit more mindful with accuracy of recalling events in your edits. For instance, Mikey did goof around with Donnie's Retro-Mutagen experiment, but he did not ruin it/mess it up. In fact, in the beginning of "Battle for New York, Part 1", it was Mikey's goofy antics that perfected the Retro-Mutagen.
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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.