Those were titles I came up with as an alternative to weaponry, I looked it up on a thesaurus. You couldn't just change the names instead of deleting the pages? Also, what about the porta zeta beamers? those were accurate in name, issue placement and function.
You know the problem with thesaura? They list synonyms and related words, but not definitions. Not every word they give fits the word it's connected to. It is your fault you didn't verify with a dictionary; no dictionary will give the definitions you intended to battlement and aviary. And it is your fault you made it up.
I couldn't find a source because it was concept art made by the creator himself, I could list the site I got the image from. But that's not one of the source applicables for the wiki.
You can find other such art images of different TWS characters on CBR, Bleedingcool, cheryllynneaton and more if you just put in the character name and the artist Jon Davis-Hunt. I just wans't sure how to list it since it didn't come from a comic book.
Most of the time it's not fair use if you take an unpublished image from the artist's website. This is in the gray area where it's probably acceptable. I would link to their site as the source in those instances.
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