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  • You should know that for all intents and purposes here, Legion of Super-Heroes (Pre-Zero Hour) is the same as the Post-Infinite Crisis Legion. They share decades of continuity so it didn't make sense to make separate pages. It seems a little confusing, but it's the best system we've been able to come up with. We originally used the designation "Pre-Zero Hour" before they were brought back in the Lightning Saga, which is why it seems a little outdated. We haven't moved them to a different universe designation since then because they've existed on Earth-One, New Earth, the Glorithverse, the Mordruverse, Five Years Later, Earth-0, and more recently Earth 2. It does seem a little counter-intuitive.

    I'm just letting you know that you don't need to make a distinction on the pages, since we consider Rokk Krinn of 1985 and Rokk Krinn of 2007 to be the same character.

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  • Hello Capam, according to our site Chromium isn't apart of the mainstream DC Universe, he's apart of the Impact Universe, an imprint of DC. That means linking it Chromium (New Earth) is therefore incorrect.

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  • Looking at {{Bright Green Energy Conduit:}} there are a few problems.

    For the purposes here it is a little on the overboard side. A lot of the uses are, either as broad groups or fine detail, are one offs. The rings are used as a "power/ability on demand" in the stories so almost anything in Category:Powers and a few things in Category:Skills can be listed under what one of the rings can do. This, and the level of detail you go into makes an unwieldy wall of text in a character article.

    It's also something that will swamp most of the articles it put on. A number of the other Power Set templates have this issue as well. The simpler links to the ring page and the 4 main powers is sufficient.

    The bulk of the template you created should only be on the page for the ring itself. Where you coped the test from in the first place.

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  • Creating crap for others to "fix" is not a justification to keep the crap.

    Removing a maintenance tag that is the best response to the crap, and chiding the editor that placed the tag to "fix it" isn't helpful.

    Try addressing the concerns on the talk page or take it up on the Forum.

    Addendum: It also doesn't help that when the POS was put up, you did not even bother to read the text in the image you placed in the infobox. You now, the one that names the character "Darkbird" in the narration box.

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    • To byfield I am not a writer or copy editor I also went in removed all OOU references and tried to keep it IU and if that meant I had remove, in the history, OOU crap that someone COPIED from Wikipedia's Dr. Light entry. I usually preview before I publish.

      I have had to clean up pages before example: http://marvel.wikia.com/Adamantium check the history

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    • Okay, I'm really frustrated by this so I'm just going to say it bluntly:

      DON'T DELETE STUFF OFF THE TALK PAGES

      They are public record. I wanted to delete your page, so you took the delete tag off. Twice. Since that wasn't working, I went to the talk page to make my point. You then erased my stuff on the talk page and replaced it with a poor cover up about his hair color. I don't like to lose my temper, but that's just crazy inconsiderate.

      EDIT: Okay, I feel like an idiot. I thought you deleted my stuff on the talk page but I was really looking at the talk of the new page DrJohnnyDiablo created for Darkbird. Woops.

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