I don't know ML better than anyone. I was reverting an edit a user made who vandalized the page.
When looking at a page on desktop, next to the edit button is an arrow. Mouseover that arrow and click "History." You can then use the buttons to compare edits. You can see for yourself what the edit history of a page is.
Just because he just so happens to, in your opinion, kinda look like Magna Charge does not it's worthy of inclusion on the wiki. That is a coincidental resemblance. Rather, we include the information when it's clear that some other thing directly inspired the developers to design a monster a certain way.
so i looked and manipulate and kaguya share a similair design i added that in their triva the only difffernce is tha way they look and mani pulate's staff is held differnts but they do share a similair design
No they don't. At least not how we mean "similar design" on this wiki. When it's used, we mean one monster is basically a reskinned version of the other monster. Think iPug and xPug. Or KalDrekk and Bjarni.
Hey Thesot, I just changed my original language to English and I would like to know if this change influences the global chat, will the Global chat go to English? because even if this question seems strange, I don’t really enjoy the global chat of my original language. sooo ???
So, you recently locked a post by someone else in the discussion section because it had other people’s IGNs and teams in it, and you’re not supposed to post that stuff. I’m not sure I entirely see the point behind that rule. I’m in a lot of ML discord servers, wikis, etc, and nowhere else has that rule. I’ve also never seen a single person complain about their info being in a picture. It just feels like a really unnecessary rule that’s just a hindrance and doesn’t actually accomplish anything. It’s not like it’s personal info or anything, this is just common info relating to the game. So, if you don’t mind me asking, why is that rule needed?
It's actually a rule on the official forums. It's a rule designed to prevent any players from being harassed. 9 times out of 10, you're absolutely right, it's not a big deal at all. But if allowed, someone could (and eventually would) use the the ability to harass other players. It's actually happened twice on these discussions.
It's a lot easier to fairly apply a rule that says "don't share other people's in-game names" than it is to say "don't post things designed to harass or intimidate other players." If you think people won't try to push the boundaries on things, then you've never had to enforce many rules! Besides, it's not that hard to crop or censor an image before posting.
For whatever it's worth, I don't think sharing a team name is an issue (that's openly listed in the game), it's just user names. But again, sharing your own user name is a-okay. I appreciate you reaching out and asking!