In a landslide decision, we have decided NOT to recreate ANY of the Lego or Marvel Avengers Alliance video game character pages that I deleted and will continue deleting any characters that we feel do not belong on our wiki, conversation or not. These aren't Spider-Man characters, such as Doc Ock, Miles Morales, Jessica Drew, Superior Spider-Man, Carnage, Sandman, Venom, Kraven, Electro, Mysterio, Agent Venom, Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Girl, Slik, Spider-Gwen, Anti-Venom, Mary Jane, Gwen Stacy, Toxin, Peter himself and so on. Article like those can stay.
We also ask of you to try not to create ANY more of these characters articles unless they are directly related to Spider-Man's universe, such as any of the characters I listed and more. If you are truly unsure, post a list to my wall. But if created and deemed unneeded, they will be deleted without a word.
We have enough Stubs, most of which, you create. You have given us great catgories and pages we need, but this is where we will draw the line.
Finally, I personally have noticed that the Marvel Avengers Alliance video game character articles that you have been creating has the History section ripped right from their wiki. You didn't even try to reword them or put TBA like I sometimes do.
I have noticed this from the Superior Spider-Man Otto page and Stephan Strange page.
Our wiki may not be all that big, but we don't copy and paste these things. I get that some people may not have these comics that are 40 and 20 years old and everyone may not play these video games, but we have our common knowledge, the Marvel wiki, Comicvine.com, Wikipedia.com , and Thesaurus.com to remix these words and summaries to create our own words and sentences to be original for OUR wiki, such as I have been doing with the Vulture 616 page this week, since I own like, 2 Earth-616 comics, no joke. I have been caught red handed, as have other users before you got here.
To end, you are no different, and you must be warned all the same. This is your first and last warning for the plagrism, no joke. If I can link any words from any pages you edit to another wiki or website one more time, your account will be hit with a ban. For how long, that's up to Tobalth.
This is not up for any type of negotiation or debate. We're not asking you to stop, we're telling you.
I get that you're trying to help the wiki, but this is not the way. Read over the rules and polices if you have to.
Just to clarify, the criteria for a character page is their relationship with Spider-Man. Simply interacting with him isn't enough to warrant a page. They have to have an actual relationship. Something that goes beyond conversation.
I know this is random, but if that's the case, then I actually request you delete the Anthony Stark Earth-50701 page, and Matt Murdock Earth-50701 as well. I was unaware of this ruling, and I apologize. They both had no interaction with Spider-Man in Marvel Nemesis.
Um, I just noticed the characters from Lego Marvel Heroes you deleted. I seem to remembered that Iron Man spoked to Spider-Man maybe once. And I remembered that the Fantastic Four fought with Green Goblin in that game. Does that still count?
M3, I would personally like to ask for your continued help. With all the homework I'm receiving in my AP English and US class, I will be slowed down in editing articles. Please help me out during this period, I would really appreciate it. You are my first choice of help because I know you hop on things fast.
If you do agree to help me, check my list of followed articles and edit those you see require editing.
However, leave Peter Parker (Earth-120703) to me.
We like all the articles you're adding. But you're kinda giving us a heavy workload, when we already have a lot to deal with. It's like adding work on top of work. We love your hard work, but try filling in some of the stubs and or copy and pasted articles or something. Not to sound bossy, and I'm not saying NEVER create ANY articles, just slow down. Okay, bud?
Also, if you're going to create Stub articles, PLEASE put the "Stub" category before publishing the new article you are making.