Hi. I have noticed that some of the confirmed characters have already appeared in recent episodes. As the page for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles can only be edited for administrators, can you move the characters in question out of the "confirmed characters" section? During that time, could you also add the fact that Grant Moninger voices Muckman and Joe Eyeball?
I've been waffling over what to call them and Original movies sounds clunky (it indeed was one of the ones I'd though about). I wish we had a plain and simple identification scheme like Marvel and DC do (Like with Earth-616, Earth-1610, etc) but I hestitate to make up something... I'd like designations to be official if we have any.
If you come up with some other ideas I'd love to hear it.
How long has that Manual of Style item been there? Until you mentioned it and I went to look, I didn't recall ever seeing it before. It's a little awkward, because now there's a whole lot of repair work on a lot of articles that needs to be done. I'll do what I can on the MNT Gaiden articles, since those use special templates, but there are tons of other articles that use inline storylinks too.
For quite a while, I'm afraid. It was put into place to A) not only make it conform with other Wikias (where I've seen it only used as a footnote at the end of a sentence, but also B) make it easier to read. If the text suddenly shrinks to half the size of the rest of the sentence, then goes back to normal size, it's pretty daunting. Especially on mobile, one's eye would have to keep moving up and down.
Damn. I've read the MoS before. How is it possible I didn't see this?
Well, just a heads up, I've been using storylinks the "wrong" way for many months on many articles all over Turtlepedia. I couldn't even begin to remember all of them.
(Also, a minor, perhaps insignificant note: "misspelled" and "misspelt" are equally acceptable. :) I tend to say "spelt", "dreamt", "learnt", "leapt", "kempt"—all perfectly acceptable alternatives to "spelled", "dreamed", "learned", "leaped", "combed". I've been reading dictionaries for fun since 1995. :)
All right, I think I've fixed all the misuses in the MNT Gaiden article. That leaves...the rest of the wiki. At least MediaWiki has "what links here" pages, but that would be a daunting task, even for me.
Hi, I recently (May 1, 2015) made a wiki for Raphael, and I have someone who I'd like to make an admin on there. Sicne you're an admin, do you know how to add one? Me and my friend both thought to ask an admin. Thanks.
You made a whole wiki about Raphael? Anyway if you want to make someone an admin go to the users page click on contributions, then user rights management, then check administrator and click Save user groups.
According to the credits, he does (then again it also calls him "Bebob"). A cast list I got directly from someone at Paramount Studios also reflected this (complete with Bebob spelling as well).
If I recall correctly, according to Cam, the casting director for the game had no idea he was the original Leonardo and cast him based on ability alone. I would guess that the same was true for him being cast as Bebop instead of Rocksteady.
Hey there! We're running some programming right now that asks people to pick their favorite character's skills or power and explain how they would save the day with it. I posted this thread explaining it with a link to the actual program, but I think it might be fun for TMNT fans! I was just wondering if you could help us promote it on this wikia? Let me know, thanks!