User talk:Jimmy-kud0-tv2

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You were forgetting File 6-8 from Detective Conan Special Volume, Jimmy-Kud0-tv2. What are their ages from Special Volume 2? --Arringtastic1992 20:02, 12 October 2015 (CEST)

Hello, I have not added images for files 6-8 of Special Volume 2 because I have not scanned them yet. All of the other images I added for Special Volume 1 and 2 are images that I scanned myself from my own volumes. My access to the scanner I have been using is limited which is why I didn't just do all of that in the same day. Also, my Japanese is limited so I can't really read all of the chapter, so I'm not sure about all of the details of each case. I am able to understand just enough Japanese to be able to get their names. HOWEVER, in the Detective Conan Special Manga the suspects, victims, ect don't have name boxes like the main manga does, so I don't think we are told their ages. Some of their professions are mentioned, but I don't fully understand what is being said so I didn't put anything because I didn't want to be wrong.

If you know of a place where there are scans for further volumes, I'd be happy to help get them put up on the wiki, but I can only go as fast as I can scan, and I can only scan as fast as I actually have access to a scanner. Currently I only have access to the first 6 physical volumes, but am planning to buy the next 6 so I will have 12 total. They could take as much as a month and a half before arriving though...


Thanks for dealing with that troll[edit]

He's probably 11 because who else thinks peak edginess is pretending to be a hacker who afflicts an anime fandom? I hope he finds some nice offline friends. Anyway, I protected the main pages because I think he won't be giving up in the short term. Thanks again for the timely reverts. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 21:42, 13 October 2015 (CEST)

Thanks for the postcards![edit]

I'll see if I can find any that you haven't uploaded, but wow! Thanks again!!! :D Chekhov MacGuffin talk 03:06, 24 October 2015 (CEST)

I actually just pulled all of those from that imgur link you made with all of them in it from earlier in the year that I saved the link to the top of the Animal Crossings / Post cards thread from DCTP and cropped them down to just the text. If better resolutions or cleaning needs to be done to some of them that can be done as needed at later dates, I just wanted to get some form of copy of them up on the page for now. Since my Japanese is limited, I probably won't be able to help translate them, but many of the translations (or partial translations/paraphrased translations) can be found on that DCTP thread and be copied over in the same way that the Animal Crossings translations were. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 03:47, 24 October 2015 (CEST)

You appear to have a similar project with another user[edit]

I'm not sure about the details, but you might consider joining efforts with Chukichi in User:Jimmy-kud0-tv2/Manga By Cases‎ and User:Chukichi/List of manga cases‎. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 19:27, 29 October 2015 (CET)

I really don't know what is going on. I was thinking about making a page for myself for categorizing the manga by case to make it easier for me to find things. Last night I only made a single row for just the very first case, and when I woke up this morning Chukichi had made a chart with a lot of rows. I have not spoken to them. Their chart seems to prioritize links to the anime pages for each case, but the one I was making for myself was going to prioritize the manga information since its a list of "manga cases". I don't really know what they are doing. --Jimmy_kud0_tv2

It's fine, I was just trying to find you a collaborator if you had a project in mind. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 21:32, 29 October 2015 (CET)

Publication date of the manga chapters (and volumes) (also interview information)[edit]

Hi, you are doing a very good job with User:Jimmy-kud0-tv2/Manga By Cases, but are you sure the dates are all correct? Finding dates for older chapters may be hard, but this scan of Shonen Sunday issue 6 of 1994 has the date of January 26, and I think it says the second chapter is published in that issue; where did you find the date "Jan 12, 1994" for the second chapter? Also, Wikipedia reports that the first chapter was released in issue 5 on January 19; is that correct, or is your date "Jan 5, 1994" the correct one? -- 18:59, 6 December 2015 (CET)

This problem is one I also had difficulty understanding at first. Apparently there are two "official" dates for releases. The date the item is put on shelves in stores and the date that its ISSN number was created. In addition to that, the dates on the cover don't always line up with the dates of release. For example, the first 4 issues of Shonen Sunday for any given year are actually released in December of the previous year. Shonen Sunday Issue #3 of 2016 will be published this Wednesday, Dec 9th, 2015. The ISSN number seems to be put out about 2 weeks after the magazine releases the issue for that chapter. For chapter #1 of the series, the issue of Shonen Sunday that contained it was put out in stores on January 5th, 1994 (Shonen Sunday issue #5 1994), and its ISSN number was created on January 19th, 1994. The page I've been pulling the dates from is a chinese blog that seems to have been keeping up to date on release dates ect. ( ). Their charts go in the order of "year", "shonen sunday issue", "ISSN date", "chapter number", "actual release date", and "important events". All of the "actual release dates" for the recent chapters line up properly with the wednesday release dates for that issue listed on the website for that given week. If you scroll down far enough in that chart, it already has File 941 listed as having its ISSN number released on Jan 1st, 2016 (which is in the future), despite that it was released in stores on Dec 2nd, 2015 and we can already "read" it online. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 05:13, 7 December 2015 (CET)
Thanks for claryfing that. So the date on the cover is not the real publication date but is the ISSN date which is usually two weeks ahead. Should we put both dates in the table to avoid confusing the reader? Or should we only put one date and add a note that explains this? Also, do the discrepancies only regard the single chapters, or is there the same problem for the volumes? -- 19:50, 7 December 2015 (CET)
The ISSN is two weeks after the real publication date. I think it only counts for the individual chapters as they are "periodicals" in a magazine. The volume releases may have to have an different code number (ISBN??), but I think they have to be on the back of each individual volume in order to be sold, so I don't think they would have that problem. I may put a note for it, the actual release date is the more important of the two since it helps to compare to when certain interviews and other things that Gosho says, get said. I haven't finished or published the page yet. (originally I wasn't going to, but I guess I will). It still might take me a while to finish the page since I just started a job recently, so I've been working on it a little slower. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 22:45, 7 December 2015 (CET)
Good job with that note. Anyway, it seems there is also the same problem with the volumes. Let's look at Magic Kaito: the Japanese Wikipedia says the release dates of the four volumes are
15 April 1988,
15 October 1988,
15 September 1994 and
16 February 2007;
Further complicating things, the sources used by the English Wikipedia for the original four volumes actually say the dates are
18 April 1988,
18 October 1988,
17 September 1994 and
16 February 2007
however, our article Magic Kaito#Chapters says the dates are
15 May 1988,
15 November 1988,
15 October 1994 and
15 March 2007,
the dates of the Treasured edition are
5 August,
15 September,
18 November and
16 December 2011.
The English Wikipedia has the same dates for the four volumes, but adds that "In 2011 the first four volumes were republished in "Treasured Editions" from
August 15 to December 16" so there is a disagreement on whether the first one was released on August 5 or August 15.
while the dates of the reprints are
5 August,
16 September,
18 November and
16 December 2011;
the second reprint is the only case where our date differs from the Japanese Wikipedia. I hope things are simpler for Detective Conan volumes... -- 21:59, 8 December 2015 (CET)
Sorry I reorganized your comment so that I can see the dates you are talking about more clearly, but I did not delete any of the text. Ok, so after doing some looking into the dates that you have listed, I have no idea where the dates on the Japanese wikipedia page you listed came from. The ones listed on the English language wikipedia page match those listed on the Shogakukan store website, which makes them a bit more official. The dates listed on our Conan wiki page seem to be the dates of printing listed on the copyright pages inside the physical copies of the books, which seem to consistently one month after they were released (which is weird, but whatever).
To be honest, it shouldn't matter which one of them we choose, as long as we are consistent across the wiki for the volumes. The reason that I went with the release date of in store for the manga chapter list I was creating is because that is the official first reveal of that chapter to the public (even though we get online spoilers before hand). Lining up chapter release dates with things like interviews and other spoken Gosho content could be helpful for figuring things out. However, since volumes are merely bound versions of previously known content, for the most part we just need to have approximate dates. I am willing to bet though that the first 50 or so Conan volumes on the manga page have dates that match their copyright page, and the more recent ones have their in store release dates since people edit the page as soon as the volumes are announced.
Woops, forgot to address the Treasured Editions. Its entirely possible that it should be 15 August for the first one but someone made a typo on the wiki page. Then those dates were probably coppied over from that wiki page to ours. The reason I say this is because all of the other dates for these Kaito volumes seem to be between the 15th and 18th of the month of release. I'd have to find a physical copy to be absolutely sure though. My copy is on a bookshelf at another location. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 00:40, 9 December 2015 (CET)
Don't worry about reorganizing my comment, as I wrote it in a hurry at it wasn't well written. Anyway, I agree with you that it's more important to have the correct dates for single chapters than for the volumes; still, I hope some other user can give us his opinion and help us clarify the matter. On an unrelated topic: will your page User:Jimmy-kud0-tv2/Interview lists also include the interview found at the end of Magic Kaito volume 4? -- 22:03, 9 December 2015 (CET)
This one ? Sure I can add it. I also know there are some Kaito "what were you thinking when you drew that" type interview things in each of the Treasured editions. I think those might be translated in the forums somewhere.
Kaito volume 4 interview.jpgKaito volume 4 interview 2.jpgKaito volume 4 interview 3.jpgKaito volume 4 interview 4.jpg
You are right, the interviews in the Treasured Editions of the first three Magic Kaito volumes were translated here, while the interview in the volume 4 of the Treasured Edition was translated here. They were translated from German, though. As for the interview in volume 4 (not Treasured Edition): I could have translated it from Italian, but it looks like my help isn't needed, as you already have the original Japanese version. -- 19:48, 10 December 2015 (CET)
Yeah, but it may be a while before someone gets around to translating it. If you look at the rest of the interview pages, there are a lot of untranslated interviews. I tried posting the list of untranslated ones in the "translating interviews" thread in the forums, but it seems that people just don't have the time lately. I figured that it would just be best to stockpile them all until a time in which they could get translated in the future. Most of the older side interviews don't even look like they have that much information in them that would have helped solve anything. We get way more out of the Postcards, Sherry's soliloquy, and Animal Crossing promotional hints (and sometimes Super Digest Books) then we do most of the plain interviews. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 16:30, 11 December 2015 (CET)
I understand. Anyway, I pointed out this discussion to Checkhov, maybe she can help us for the dates of volumes. -- 19:45, 11 December 2015 (CET)
OK, so my copy of Volume 88 just arrived. Volume 88 was scheduled to come out on Dec 18th, 2015 and it did. However, in the back of the book itself, its copyright page says that it came out on Dec 23rd, so we know that there is a discrepancy between the actual release date and the dates listed in the books itself. We just need to stick to choosing one over the other in terms of what gets listed on the wiki. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 17:32, 24 December 2015 (CET)
(12 colons later...) When in doubt list both. It will prevent confusion in the future. Real date of release seems more relevant, so maybe "Actual: YYMMDD (Cover: YYMMDD)". Chekhov MacGuffin talk 20:04, 24 December 2015 (CET)

Chiharu Matsubara apperances[edit]

Go to and you'll find all the links she appears. She first appeared on A Mysterious Man - Overly Strict with Regulations.


Excuse me, can you tell me where have you found the images for Arrack, Generic, Blackbeard and Antonio Gomez, please? I wanted to search more information about these characters, but I've never found the related files in Japanese. -- 10:38, 19 January 2016 (CET)

I paid for the books they were in, and had the books shipped to my house in the US from Japan. I have not scanned the full chapters, and probably wont. But you can see more images for these characters here : --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 18:15, 19 January 2016 (CET)

Law enforcement[edit]

Detective Sugita, Detective Takigawa, Detective Takano, Detective Sogawa, Detective Kawanaka, Detective Fukui, Manabu Fujimaki, Detective Saitoh, Detective Okumura, Detective Nakamura, Detective Ida, Detective Horita, Detective Numata, Detective Hirota, Detective Terashima, and Female Forensic Member. Do you think that these policeman can have their own pages? -- 14:31, 26 January 2016 (CET)

If you want to make them go right ahead. No one is stopping you. Just make sure to screen cap some images of the characters from the show so people will know who they are. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 17:36, 26 January 2016 (CET)
I've created Sugita, Takigawa, Sogawa, Fukui, Fujimaki, Saitoh, Okumura, Nakamura, Horita, and Hirota. -- 21:21, 26 January 2016 (CET)
Ok well I assume that you and IP user ‎, who have both edited those pages, will get them sorted. I'm not really in charge of anything on the wiki at all, I'm not a mod, just a user. I just come here a lot and edit stuff so that it looks right according to the way existing pages look. Personally I don't see why these characters need that much information since they barley even speak, but if you want to make pages and sections for them, that should be completely fine and up to you. Chances are, you will probably have to keep up with and update it since not many people keep track of those detectives. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 22:00, 26 January 2016 (CET)

About your template problems[edit]

Hi ! If I understood correctly your problem, it comes from the fact that the SeasonItem template, which is used by the Season_X templates, contains this bit : "{{#ifeq:{{PAGENAME}}|Anime||". It checks if the page where it's used is "Anime", and if it is, it will display whatever comes after this code. So if you're trying to make it so it does the same thing for your "Rerun and remastered" list, you will have to add the same type of check for this page in the SeasonItem template. Let me know if it's what you needed to do or if you need help to do it !

Maxdefolsch (talk) 16:09, 31 January 2016 (CET)

I tried to add this same check, but I couldn't figure out how to make it work properly. I guess I need to ask for help, can you help me ? --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 03:37, 1 February 2016 (CET)
Looks like Chekhov was faster than me :D Maxdefolsch (talk) 15:35, 1 February 2016 (CET)
I left an invisible note explaining how the code works if you need to change it later. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 23:33, 1 February 2016 (CET)

I have a request[edit]

Hi. I made a Koji Haneda page, and I'm editing it. So I have a request. When you have time, could you check the spelling of 浩司 in the English manga? There is the APTX 4869 victim list in Volume 18 File 9. --Chukichi (talk) 10:52, 1 February 2016 (CET)

Original APTX list for comparison for the below
Japanese APTX list.jpg
For some reason they skipped the name between Shinichi (Jimmy) and Koji's names on the English one
English APTX list.jpg
A user on Facebook also provided the Italian version of the list that seems to have mixed the names up and has "Haneda Muneo" hidden behind the word balloon
Italian APTX list.jpg
Thank you so much! They are very helpful. --Chukichi (talk) 12:01, 2 February 2016 (CET)

Rei Furuya timeline[edit]

Thanks for going by the books when contacting the user and doing the reverts. I put the page under protection in the original state in hopes the editor will get the message. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 21:05, 20 April 2016 (CEST)

Special Volume 40[edit]

It was released in Japan on December 28, 2015, but it's still without files names and complete cast. Do you know where can I find all of these information? -- 16:29, 24 April 2016 (CEST)

I've tried to search for the information online but so far have not found anything. The only surefire way to get the information would be to buy the book and have it shipped to you. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 04:08, 25 April 2016 (CEST)

No matter. For the scanlations about other special volumes until 36, this is the only polish site that I've found: Komik Detective Conan Special. -- 10:00, 25 April 2016 (CEST)


Ugh, if that guy thinks that character is Masumi, it makes me think all the other minor recurring character appearances he identified are highly suspect too. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 05:40, 5 May 2016 (CEST)

I didn't talk that she is Masumi. Another user had edit it before, most probably when he created the page for episode 709. View the "history" of the page. -- 09:16, 5 May 2016 (CEST)
It was the user "". -- 09:25, 5 May 2016 (CEST)
I see, but please take some responsibility for continuing to propagate the rumor onto other pages. People add incorrect facts and rumors all the time and the moderators are only human and can't spot them all. A plot character appearing in an AO episode early in their introduction sequence should have made you incredibly suspicious. It is rare for a plot character to appear in an AO, something which you are aware of because you have added trivia about first AO appearances to several pages. Since you took the time to individually and specifically copy that piece of information about "Masumi" into the episode trivia and Masumi's plot overview, it's reasonable to expect that you would judge its trustworthiness. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 10:47, 5 May 2016 (CEST)
The user talk page I posted to for the Masumi thing is, so I'm a bit confused. Are these even the same anonymous users? I don't really know how IP addresses work. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 18:01, 5 May 2016 (CEST)
You can think of IP addresses like a tag your internet provider hands out to you when you browsing the internet. The organization in charge gives out IP addresses in chunks to companies and countries, which means you can trace the number back to a general location, usually no better than the city level. Some Internet companies hand out new addresses to their customers every day/hour/half hour (dynamic), others assign you one for months (mostly static). These are the same anonymous users. Even though he/she has a dynamic IP, it reliably traces back to a certain region in a particular country where their IP service is. Dynamic IPs can be investigated using a whois tool, but to avoid an unnecessary amount of creeping (Because it is anti-privacy), I identify by behavior and only use a whois tool when I need to investigate a pattern of troublesome edits or leave a message after reverting. Certain editors have extremely reliable patterns, word choice, preferential things they like to edit, and times of day they are usually on. After that one guy who made 50+ sockpuppet accounts and used hundreds of IPs, I got pretty good at guessing who is who. BTW wiki user accounts don't display any IP addresses the moderators can see. I have no way of finding out where you are located from your wiki username (and even if I could, I wouldn't because Need Not To Know). I have to guess by behavior who has multiple accounts. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 20:27, 5 May 2016 (CEST)
In The Suspect is Makoto Kyogoku (volume 81), Sera plays bowling along with Ran, Conan, Kogorou, and Sonoko. What do you think about this? -- 18:23, 26 May 2016 (CEST)

Add voice actors[edit]

How to add seiyuu. --Arringtastic1992 22:11, 8 May 2016 (CEST)

Cast lists[edit]

At this stage I think it would be best to forge a single policy and then take a vote on the forum on whether to put it into effect. Do you have a preference for cast list policy? Chekhov MacGuffin talk 03:01, 14 May 2016 (CEST)

To be honest I don't really care about the order that much, I just want people to stop randomly rearranging it across multiple pages. Part of the problem might lay in the fact that only 6-7 characters (depending on screen zoom) can be seen without moving the scroll bar, so people are moving them around to get the characters they think should be able to be seen immediately, first. I think what you have here Detective_Conan_Wiki_talk:Manual_of_Style#Cast_lists.2C_order_draft_ideas. works pretty well.
Lost my train of thought while typing below, so I"ll just shove it in a spoiler box. I think that what you have on the Manual of Style talk page is fine but might need better explanations with example cases/episodes for each situation for each section. One of the bigger issues might be how to get people to actually read the Manual of Style or find it easily, or the idea of whether or not the English second or third language users that might not fully understand what they are reading.

Add seiyuu[edit]

Jimmy Kud0 TV2, how to add the seiyuu actors. Please. --Arringtastic1992 21:48, 14 May 2016 (CEST)

I already answered you on the Talk page for an anime episode. Follow the instructions in the image below
How to edit the voice actors.jpg--Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 05:01, 9 May 2016 (CEST)

Okay. I could add the seiyuu actors from the episodes and movies. Is that okay? --Arringtastic1992 21:54, 14 May 2016 (CEST)

Yes, everyone has access to edit the wiki. It was created by fans for fans. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 21:55, 14 May 2016 (CEST)

Okay!!!! --Arringtastic1992 21:57, 14 May 2016 (CEST)

Suddenly blocked from editing any pages except user pages[edit]

not sure whats going on, but I seem to have been somehow blocked by something and am only able to edit user pages at this point. Getting this weird error message if I try to edit anything except user pages. I was in the process of uploading images to the Secret talk page, and managed to get three up before this happened. An additional note, I have not been affected by any of the other problems that the site has had with fishing, ect. so far, so I don't know if its finally catching up to me? ... --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 02:50, 22 May 2016 (CEST)

For what ever reason it only seems to effect me when I try to upload a photo. Then it stays in effect for a few minutes and then lets me edit again. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 05:26, 22 May 2016 (CEST)
Not a damn clue. Never seen it before. Maybe it's the thing Maurice is implementing?
I just uploaded two files back to back no problem. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 07:45, 22 May 2016 (CEST)
The problem arose when I hit the fourth image upload (three made it through, fourth was the error) in a short period of time. But I had also uploaded a ton of other images to interviews the other day. I was starting to wonder if there was going to be some kind of image cap per person per some time period, but i don't know. (Went to go try uploading the next secret talk image thing and the message is still preventing me from doing so.) --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 14:23, 22 May 2016 (CEST)


What happened to me? did you block me, Jimmy-kud0-tv2? -- 08:10, 22 May 2016 (CEST)

I don't know what happened to you, I don't have the power to block people. When I click that link it just takes me to the log in page, even though I am already logged in. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 14:23, 22 May 2016 (CEST)

I can't log in. See. -- 16:04, 22 May 2016 (CEST)

I don't know what happened to you, but I don't have the power to fix it. That screen only shows me the log in page. The only people who have the power to fix that should be you, if you try to recover your password or create a new account, or if the site creator can reset your password for you. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 03:43, 23 May 2016 (CEST)
Heads up, ArrimasArrington is an attention-seeking troll. He likes to ask questions he already knows the answers to, and he often later bothers the users who respond to his requests for help with rudely-worded orders. He has several accounts, and BD and I have probed his edit history and documented that he knows perfectly well how to do most wiki tasks. His mistakes are not honest mistakes: they are done to attract attention. Helping people is encouraged but this guy in particular is not good faith, so open that can of worms at your own risk. I strongly encourage you to ignore him (unless he vandalizes something). Chekhov MacGuffin talk 23:19, 17 September 2016 (CEST)

You mean she and her, Chek. --Arrimasarrington1992 (talk) 02:19, 26 October 2016 (CEST)

Welcome back![edit]

\o/ Chekhov MacGuffin talk 20:46, 20 July 2016 (CEST)

Unused categories[edit]

Those categories you deleted were part of my proposed tagging guideline I have sandboxed on my userpage. Hopefully images will be eventually tagged by their content like most other major wikis. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 04:49, 31 July 2016 (CEST)

Oh, woops, I was just looking at Special:WantedCategories and thinking that some of the red links that weren't directly connected to user pages were not as necessary. Since the category pages themselves were never actually created, I was thinking that no one was actually using those categories, thus deletion. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 04:56, 31 July 2016 (CEST)


Are Yoichi Shimizu and Kouji Takeno from, Yoshihiko Arita and Kaoru Otani from the cameos? --Arrimasarrington1992 (talk) 23:55, 25 September 2016 (CEST)

Publications Dates Mistakes[edit]

Oh so sorry!I noticed a lot of mistakes in The Manga Listed By Case page and i fixed some of them(I visited that chinese blog and saw all the release dates)but apparently this time I fumbled.Anyway, I truly apologize.--Omar-kun (talk)

female characters with hosiery[edit]

You talked about the suspects, culprits and victims. They are wearing the thigh-highs and pantyhoses under their dresses, skirts and etc. Hello. --Arrimasarrington1992 (talk) 02:17, 26 October 2016 (CEST)

change english airdate into Kissanime dates to replace English Airdates starting Season 7[edit]

Um, Jimmy-kud0-tv2, may I used the Kissanime dates to replace the English Airdate, is it okay? ASAP (As Soon As Possible) Jimmy-kud0-tv2.(Kissanime is an anime website, also it is where I watch Detective Conan) just reply to my talk if you have the time. --Jeffadlawan (talk) 21:56 29 November 2016 (CEST)

The Black Chronicle[edit]

You asked someone in the DCTP chat box for the source of the Agasa and Miyano family meet time line thing, I've scanned all 4 pages now. Just a note, since the comment from Agasa about meeting them is actually pointing to the spot between 25 and 27 years ago, then shouldn't it be ~26 years ago that they met ? I kept seeing people say "27 years" in the chat box. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 02:03, 6 January 2017 (CET)

Imgur link with slightly higher definition :

Black Chronicle timeline1.jpgBlack Chronicle timeline2.jpgBlack Chronicle timeline3.jpgBlack Chronicle timeline4.jpg

I noticed that !27 discrepancy too, so I was making an attempt to translate to confirm the events, which I am very slow at. I'll continue doing what I can.

No face images.[edit]

Jimmy, I don't think changing suspect/people box/whatever images to no face images is a good move. In general, non-uploaded images are left as redlinks in order to encourage people to upload the images under the correct name in the correct format. It's not really any kind of priority to make the pages look perfect. It is also considerably simpler and faster to upload from a redlink than to upload and repoint a link. The no name and no face images are for characters who were not depicted at all during an episode or chapter, only mentioned as a name. They are used so people know not to futilely look for images of the character for uploading. Second, I also don't think removing the outlinks to pictures that one IP collected is good either. He did go through that work and someone doing a second pass checking his work could use that in the future. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 04:16, 7 February 2017 (CET)

Guy with grudge against Kaitou Kid[edit]

Thanks for the revert. I'm protecting the pages for now which is unfortunate collateral damage, so if it happens again, I'll probably escalate to a ban. And thanks again for all your hard work! Chekhov MacGuffin talk 23:51, 16 May 2017


Answer to your message[edit]

I remembered wrong. Gosho hinted it. I read it on page on Mary here on this wiki. So I messed up. But I have replaced 'confirmed' with 'hinted' on the Akai Family page. Thanks for pointing it out. And sorry about keeping editing this message. This is my first time making a message. Aries Bless.

That's ok, I just wanted to make sure I had not missed anything from interviews. If it had been confirmed, and there was a source, then a lot of pages would need to have been updated. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 21:20, 29 May 2017 (CEST)


I've been watching this address's edits especially. Whoever is using it now seems pretty bullheaded, the type who would rather break the rules a few times and ignore others rather than figure out what to do by looking at other pages. More often than not the underlying reason is an ESL in over their heads somewhat. I'm already pretty annoyed at the pointless cast list reordering. Most people aren't using this wiki for voice actor info (better sites for that anyway) so I feel like the action taken is pretty low harm so far, but if things get out of hand on any DC-specific pages, I'll take action. Chekhov MacGuffin talk 09:19, 25 July 2017 (CEST)

Black Organization[edit]

The true name of the Black Organization is "Karasuma Group". -- 23:33, 10 May 2018 (CEST)

1. And your point is? That sentence has literally nothing to with anything. Why did you post it? It has nothing to do with any of the edits I made on the Renya page yesterday.

2. Additionally we don't have all of the facts about what happened in the past between the existence of a "Karasuma group" and the present version of the organization.

3. There are a lot of people who have not read all the way up to the current chapter and constantly filling in all of this information onto main pages that would show up to a lot of fans spoils the series for them. All of the pages concerning Karasuma, the Kohji case, and Rum should be marked with tons of spoiler tags to prevent ruining the series for other fans. --Jimmy-kud0-tv2 (talk) 01:30, 11 May 2018 (CEST)