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  • New 52 information should be separated from the New Earth info with a header "Post-Flashpoint" followed immediately by {{Post-Flashpoint}}. This is not optional?

    And our usual rules concerning English and in-universe writing still count. What the hell does "An (apparently true) alternate take on the character is present by the Joker (clearly bringing the mentioned validity into question)." even mean?

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    • Because Joker's an unreliable narrator, and we don't really know if what we're seeing is true or not. Mainly because we're supposed to believe a gorilla went to public school and was raised to be a gun-toting sidekick for him.

      There's no reason to come off so confrontational. I just forgot a heading; an easily rectifiable mistake.

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    • "An (apparently true) alternate take on the character is present by the Joker (clearly bringing the mentioned validity into question)."

      It's grammatically incorrect and esthetically unpleasant.

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  • What a fuck? You never read a comics, don't you? Harley Quinn showed on many occasions to have metahuman agility and enhanced physical strength (not superhuman, is different).

    Public again my changes.

    Bye

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    • He made his reasons very clear when he reverted your edit. It's in line with what I asked about earlier edits of yours.


      SOURCES. You claim it, you source it. Where was she ever explicitly given metahuman powers?

      And please don't pull the "go read comics" card. It doesn't make you look smart, it makes you look like an idiot caught in the wrong. Also, do not harass other users on their message wall, or edit their user pages out of spite. Those two are blockable offenses; do it again and you're blocked.

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  • And all the other Lanterns don't always need capitalization, so don't worry about it that much.

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    • Why...? They're proper nouns, too.

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    • Think of it like this (sorry for the late response), Green Lantern Jordan is the same as saying Officer Jordan. It's a pronoun so it's capitalized. However if you're saying "Hal and the other green lanterns", you don't need to capitalize it because it'd be like saying "Hal and the other Police Officers".

      Understand?

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  • Remember to use the correct name when you upload images, see below.

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    • If you're talking about the Deathstroke one, I put something about that on the talk for it. I changed the name before actually uploading the picture, and I didn't realize the file title overrided it until it was too late.

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    • In a case like that you can add a move tag or contact an admin to change the name. Talk pages will go unnoticed sometimes.

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  • When you take images from ComicVine, make sure you know which issue they're from. They don't list it; we do. If you don't know the issue, please don't upload it.

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  • Hello!

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      1. As a guide, look what other images in a character's gallery are called, and continue with the same name and number. If you upload a first image of a character, use "[Name] [Universe] 001". Do not use parentheses, or the full pagename. Ignore the Universe designation if it is a New Earth character.
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    You need to add the full page name under "Subject1". So not "Ted Dymer", but "Ted Dymer (DCAU)". Also, are you sure that's official artwork? It looks like a fanmade redrawing.

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  • I saw one of your edit summaries... if you want to get two references to show the same value, you do it like this:

    • <ref name="DC27">{{c|Detective Comics #27}}</ref>
    • <ref name="DC27"/>
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