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  • "Making no useful contributions, bothering other users": I want to make useful contributions. When was I bothering other users? When did that happen?

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    LuciaMoore
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    02:52, February 8, 2020
  • Upset.

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    • Still upset.

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    • Still upset.

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  • I undid your changes to Deianeira II. It was overly complicated and I don't think anyone is going to assume Deianeira II was anyone other than the Sovereign's wife.

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    • Scottlukaswilliams wrote:
      I've explained myself as much as I intend to. The decision has been made.

      I am not trying to cause upset, just to understand. You said the title "Deianeira II of Thebes II" was overly complicated and too complex but you have not explained how specifically.

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    • I don't know how else to say it. To me, it seems overly complicated. We'll just have to agree to disagree.

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  • My original decision was to block you for two weeks because of the "deityhood" nonsense. Now that I examine your older edits, I see that you have always been needlessly moving and removing articles. I and other editors will now have to fix (read: undo) all of these many changes to restore the wiki to where it was. Because of this, and because of your inability to work well with our other editors, I have decided to block you for one year.

    I hate to do this because you obviously enjoyed working here but it is the best decision for the wiki as a whole.

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  • I've noticed you making a lot of edits where you change the standard accepted terms "god", "goddess", and "demigod" into the neutralized term "deity." The terms "god" and "goddess" (lowercase) are acceptable terms when referring to deities in the Xenaverse. The word "deity" is very, very rarely uttered in the show. There is no need for arbitrary political correctness in the scope of this wiki. "God" and "goddess", as well as the terms "demigod/demigoddess", "godhood/goddesshood", and the like are acceptable if referring to a specific deity whose gender is already defined.

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    • "You need to remember that this wiki is intended to reflect the flavor of the Xenaverse.": I know that. "It does not matter that, in reality, 'god' is masculine and 'goddess' is feminine.": I disagree but never mind that for the moment. " In the Xenaverse, the term 'god' is used in the same context as the word 'deity' is in real life, and 'godhood' simply refers to the state of possessing god-like powers.": But the term deity and/or variations is/are (I can't remember every instance offhand I admit) used in the mythos. Deityhood is a gender neutral term for godhood and goddesshood. "There are many, many instances where female members of the pantheon are referred to both as 'god' and 'goddess'.: True. "To point out an out-of-universe example, in the Slayers universe, the creator of the universe is called the 'Lord of Nightmares' but is female.": Sometimes women are shown to demand being addressed in a masculine manner as a form of respect e.g. Hunter J in Pokemon. Also the character could have a non-binary or fluid gender identity (being both male and female at the same time- Loki would be an example of this). "It doesn't matter that 'Lord' is masculine.": Seemingly in that instance. "In that universe, and thus within the official wiki, she is referred to with the title 'Lord'.": Isn't there a multiverse construct within the fiction? "The same goes for this wiki.": In some instances. Not all. " 'God' is an acceptable term for either gender, regardless of its stricter connotations in the real world.": Not the most accurate or precise term though. Just saying. Just to note that world is a narrow scope of the extent of the reality as there is a greater solar system, galaxy and ultimately universe if not more out there. Just pointing out.

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    • Why is deityhood not appropriate to use?

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  • Hi! I would like to thank you for your obvious hard work on improving this Wiki, it is very much appreciated whilst Scott, Tim and I have been absent from here. Just would like to mention that I can assure you that there is no need to go over pages that I have recently created and feel the need to change the information on them; they fit perfectly with the manual of style for the XWP performers pages. My next mission is to create a manual of style for us all to follow on here, so that we can all keep the site even more consistent and tidy. Thanks again for your hard work!
    Harrison Preston 00:19, December 21, 2014 (UTC)

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    • Just checking, I haven't done anything wrong yet? There isn't a problem? Right?

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    • No, you haven't done anything wrong!
      Happy editing,
      Harrison Preston 14:19, December 21, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Do you know if the Young Hercules wiki that has info on the young hercules show located here is a good resourse for this wiki: http://yhwiki.com/index.php?title=Main_Page And could you contact one of the administrator on that wiki because I would like to edit on that website/ Thank you! Miss Allison 01:31, April 28, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Hi ! I'm from the Triangle Wiki,  and I was wondering if our wikis could become affiliated. By the way, the Triangle Wiki has a little to do with Greek mythology.

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