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  • Hey again! The TMNT SDCC panel was great and got some community interaction - I just wondered if you had any feedback on this for Fandom please? I know I started some community discussions and Original Authority added content of the wiki. Is there anything we could have done better, to improve for next time? :) --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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  • Hey again! How are you? Will try to keep this message brief as I know this wiki is very busy!

    This Sunday 26th July at 10am PST, TMNT is having a San Diego Comic Con panel live streamed for free on YouTube. The panel is about the 30th anniversary of the first TMNT movie. Here are the details!

    Do you know if you or anyone on this wiki would be likely to watch the panel this Sunday? There will be a lot cool details revealed that could be added to the wiki. Would also be a great to see what the crew have to say who worked on the movie! I look forward to hearing from you. :) --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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  • I've tried to grant Prophet-of-Ganja some leeway to air and discuss his issues with maintenance. But he hit a nerve, and at one point I had a repetitive stress injury in my fingers from those transcripts, and I worked through it until my previous laptop's keyboard started to break down. It's just...the wiki hasn't stood still all this time, and neither have we. We've been editing it, working at it, discussing it, being a process, together. I feel he's perfectly welcome to return and get more involved in day-to-day edits and discussions, but if he's not even doing that, then it his complaints just feel...like they're out of the blue long after any dust has settled.

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    • I'd say more like "adds value"

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    • I'll take that. But I think it has genuinely helped, by crystallizing topics and references that are not only easier to cite, but also to show fellow editors.

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  • I noticed in the 2003 series and video games the 2nd Time Around shop is titled "2nd time Around". So I am wondering should the t in the article titles be lower case to accurately reflect the show?

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    • Also, Mutagen Maintenance (misspelt "Mutagen Maitenance").

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    • The weird thing is it's not just the sign the manual and ingame text for Battle Nexus spell it with a lower t.

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  • When I add a category to Karate Schooled/Gallery it does not go through correctly.

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    • It's because the gallery tag wasn't closed. Instead of </gallery>, it said <galllery> (no / as well as extra l)



      I've fixed it

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  • Hey again. I just wanted to stop by to let you know that viewing figures for this wiki are doing amazing! Take a look at Special:Analytics to see for yourself.

    Is there any reason for this? Are episodes currently airing? Either way, it is great for the wiki! --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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    • It's cool that this wiki is able to attract a wide audience age range with content covered for younger and older audiences. That's awesome.

      I asked about Forums as having the community being able to talk about the subject they love really makes a wiki not only placed edit articles but the go to social hub for the franchise. Would be really great if we could keep community engagement going on there, perhaps through episode discussions after a new episode airs. Is that something you guys have thought about in the past? --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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    • Hey there! Just checking if you received the above message? I know sometimes Message Wall can swallow messages up and some don't go through properly. The wiki is still doing great! --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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  • So if human born mutants shouldn't go to the action figure page for Wyrm, can we create a page for toy continuity Wyrm who also appeared in original animated footage with a voice actor done in the style of the 1987 series for a toy commercial?

    For reference, the Wyrm of the toyline has an entirely different background and alignment of the Archie Wyrm, though before I fixed the page, the ARchie version used to erroneously use the toy background for the archie version of the character.

    Anyhow are you ok with creating a character page for the Toy Wyrm? We could even find out who voiced him in the commercial.

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    • Action figures are merch and not characters. You could have Wyrm (1987 figure character) or something similar for a separate character page, maybe use the animated commercial as an image. We do have pages for like, for example Monty Moose (character).

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    • Sure, I'll do that then.

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  • Hey! How are you? I think you will have seen by now but I've added a post here inviting users to a Q&A with Rob Paulsen! Going to be a lot of fun.

    With the Q&A soon (tomorrow) there may be more visitors to this wiki. Did you want to update your wiki's navigation? You only really have two custom level 1 headers and I'm wondering if we can expand that more to really make the most out of the navigation and how users navigate around the wiki. If you would like me to make a draft I'm more than happy to.

    Hopefully you are keeping safe! --Spongebob456 talk@fandom 18:00, June 10, 2020 (UTC)

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    • Hey! Sorry it took so long to get back to you.

      Yeah, go for the update. I'm fine with that!

      You keep safe as well!

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    • Hi, no worries! I've just updated it and nothing's been removed, just expanded on what was already there.

      Just a couple of things - I've added a separate level 1 for Rise of the TMNT as that does help give exposure for that TV show and this wiki's content for it.

      You may also notice some of the level 3 drop downs list content that appears random and that's because I've used autogenerating lists to fill out the navigation. You may want to change that to make it more custom and all that is totally editable at MediaWiki:Wiki-navigation. Everywhere you see something like **#Category1Rise of the TMNT characters|Characters the list is autogenerated.

      If you want to add your own list to each level 2 header, feel free. Let me know if you need a hand with that. :) --Spongebob456 talk@fandom

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  • (Continued from the Ocho (IDW) talk page, as my draft response was getting bigger than I expected.)

    The problem is arbitrary definitions of mutation. I've understood it to mean simply to change forms more or less permanently, whether by gradual genetic mutation, abrupt genetic mutation, a Turnstone, an enchantment (like with Ocho), or other means. If this is going to be a point of contention as far as categories are concerned, we need to assess the entire franchise's lore and answer the question, "What is a mutant?", because we can't adopt an arbitrarily narrow definition that will end up excluding anyone whose change was considered to have made them a mutant. This becomes an issue when we classify not just by individual continuity, but across all continuities—if the creative minds of one continuity differ on this question from the creative minds of another continuity, that distinction won't necessarily be obvious to editors or readers who may be aware of more than one continuity's lore strictly as audiences of the end product.

    In this case, I can accept that Sophie didn't necessarily consider Ocho a mutant when she co-designed her. But if other mutants have been similarly made the way Ocho was, then what she considers, with all due respect to her creative authority on the matter, is still an incomplete picture here.

    And just four days ago, another user sought my opinion at Thread:250643 on whether Rise of the TMNT was abandoning the franchise's trend of science fiction mutations in favor of magical mutations, because, and I quote, "Splinter and the Turtles are no longer mutants created by science, they are magical beings." I responded to their question there. But the point here is that even the Rise turtles have been intuitively judged by some of their audience as having been changed by a magical potion rather than by a sci-fi chemical, which would seem to put their mutations on par with the Turnstone and other magic-based mutation plot devices.

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    • Personally right now maybe we can just not even bother with reverting/changing stuff like Jess. I don't care that much.

      It's more of a "the author declared this, so it is so" on Ocho.

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    • Fair.

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  • Why did playmates drop the rise toyline?

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    • No official word has been given. Everyone's got their theories, however.

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