User talk:185.93.230.10

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This IP address is linked to Sucuri's services and appears to be accessible to multiple users editing the wiki. Unfortunately, that means if one person using this IP makes a string of bad edits or spams or vandalizes, I may have to block this IP. This IP is blocked at the current moment, so I would encourage anyone editing from this IP to make an account (account creation is enabled currently from this IP). Doing so will allow you to edit. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 14:25, 16 July 2016 (CEST)

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Warnings[edit]

Making edits that don't affect how the page is displayed or behaves after it is saved, such as adding or removing underscores in links, or removing certain newlines, is not at all useful or wanted. It just wastes everybody's time, especially mine since I have to look at all your edits because there is no way to tell you and a guy who wants to insert links to porn sites apart. I am very busy taking care of someone who came home from the hospital right now, and I just don't have time to patrol wasteful and stupid and pointless edits. So please, for the next few days, edit for content, grammar, and mistakes only - basically everything that isn't hidden whitespace. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 20:56, 28 July 2016 (CEST)

I put the block back up because I'm tired of the one particular user who is excessively making useless and frivolous edits changing <br/> to <br> and ==Heading== to == Heading == and removing newlines between cast lists and stuff. It doesn't change the way the page is displayed, we don't run any bots that need particular syntax, and it wastes my time patrolling it, especially since there has been a slight uptick in actual vandalism. Account making is allowed and enabled, so if you are blocked and want to edit, please make an account. Otherwise please edit for content and corrections rather than making multiple separate edits to nitpick with invisible things behind the scene that don't affect the quality of the wiki. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 20:29, 10 August 2016 (CEST)
Quick warning, if you speak English as a second language, please don't try to fix other people's English in the wiki. There is one particular user who uses this account who overestimates his English skills and thus creates mistakes instead of fixing them. If it continues I am going to have to ban this IP again.
User "fixing" English, this edit is a perfect example of what I am trying to stop you from doing. That section had some errors in the later half, but you ruined the only part that was actually grammatically correct. Again, don't overestimate your English abilities. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 23:10, 31 August 2016 (CEST)
We've been through the fixing English rodeo before. I am willing to extend a lot' of patience to new users who are learning the ropes, but I'm not very keen on letting the same users continue to cause problems in the same way. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 21:27, 8 March 2017 (CET)

Finally ran out of patience.[edit]

(Reminder that this is a shared IP address, and that this message is directed at just one on the people who uses it. As long as you are not the guy this message is directed at, you may (and should) create an account to get around the ban.) I think today is the day I have run out of patience. I am only human and have a life outside of mod duties and wiki editing. My goal is to spend thirty minutes or less of time patrolling DCW a day, with the understanding that sometimes it will be more than that because the occasional issue arises. Since you appeared, my time involvement has been more like an hour a day. It's gotten to the point where mod duty feels like work rather than a hobby and I dread logging onto the site. Time I would spend posting in the forums or working on content for pages is spent patrolling your edits. Half the problem is that you aren't trustworthy. Every day I pretty much have to revert something you wrote because you tend to make poor executive decisions overall. I think I would have put up with you if you actually edited important things other people cared about. Instead you have focused on the most inane topics, like invisible white space, formatting Wikipedia links, Vermouth being naked in certain scenes, minor background cops, and AO and DC Special characters no one cares about. So I am making a judgment call: the overall value you add to the wiki vs my time. And my time has won. I am hoping you will go away forever, but if you still intend to return in six months, please try to restrict yourself to few high value edits per day. Also be warned I will be on the lookout for ban evasion. It's not my first rodeo with sockpuppets, so don't bother. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 01:11, 5 September 2016 (CEST)

Regarding theme song lyrics[edit]

To the person who is altering the lyrics of various opening themes and ending themes, please stop doing so immediately. The lyrics are fine as they are and do not require any needless changes. Thank you. Glacierfairy (talk) 17:46, 15 March 2018 (CET)

Regarding removal of different looks[edit]

I don't know why you are removing the "different looks" section from character pages. Wiki is a place to keep any sort of information, so I don't find any reason to remove them. Also do consider that people have gone through the trouble to add such data. It would be wise to revert those changes or give a convincing reason for those edits. Thank You --Dark Blizzard (talk) 17:02, 27 February 2019 (UTC)

Real names of Gin and Vodka[edit]

I see there's a confusion about Uotzuka/Uokka. This has been discussed in DCEN Discord and few people have confirmed with Japanese fans that it is indeed read as "Uokka". I don't know Japanese, but they say it's something about the 'tsu' kana being silent. Maybe you could also check with someone else to confirm. Now, about the names of Gin and Vodka in the guestbook, it was never confirmed that those names are their real names. Gosho did mention about this in an interview, but never said those were their real names. Also, It is more likely that they would use an alias in a public guestbook. Japanese wikipedia, being a wiki, can be edited by anybody. So I don't think they can be used as a concrete source for anything. Thank you --Dark Blizzard (talk) 08:56, 10 June 2019 (UTC)


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