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Welcome to Huntik, Aang13, and thank you for your edit to the Lists of Amulates and their fate page!
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The Huntik Wiki policy section has been updated
The Huntik Wiki policy section and help section have been updated to give a more detailed and up-to-date look at what is common practice on the Huntik Wiki. This message is just to let you know what's been changed. Some more impacting policies are provided in detail below.
The Copyright Policy is mandatory to follow. Text may not be taken from another source without express permission, and any such text must be quoted and properly cited. Plagiarized content is subject to removal.
The Image Policy is a subsection of the Copyright Policy and is also mandatory to follow. All images added to the Huntik Wiki, including personal images, must include proper license and source information. Files which lack this information may be subject to deletion.
The Titan Stats Policy deals with how Titan attack and defense stats are treated on the Huntik Wiki. All stats must be verifiable. Precedence is given to series information. If no series information is present, the lowest stat from the Trading Card Game should be used. If no information is known, no stat information should be added.
Sincerely, the Huntik Wiki Administrative Council:
Oops! You seem to have forgotten to add image licensing
You appear to have uploaded an image which violates the Huntik Wiki's Image Policy. It is the sole responsibility of the image uploader to include licensing and source information for images uploaded to the Huntik Wiki. For legal reasons, this information must be added or the image(s) may be deleted from the wiki.
In the upload menu, the option to add a license appears in the drop-down menu towards the bottom of the page. To add source information, select "Add Category" after uploading the image and select the episode, TCG set, or other source from existing categories. If you have any questions, please contact a member of the Administrative Council.
Sincerely, the Huntik Wiki Administrative Council:
Heya Aang, please don't remove those administrative notes. Leaving them can make it a bit easier to make sure I get through and sort the files later from my end. By the way, it's just a reminder notice since image copyright may be new to contributors, not something to be too worried about ; ) My main concern is helping to educate users on something that's also useful in the "real world" in addition to Wikia : )
The drop-down menu on the Upload page has been customized so things are divided basically into Screenshots, Comic Scans, TCG Scans, and Other for Huntik material. It isn't as hard to navigate through some of the "legalese" found on some of the other Wikis, but the template it will add has all of the license info. If you need help or find you've accidentally uploaded an image without licensing info and aren't sure what to do from there, you can always give a holler and I can see what's up ; )
Lindorm PB Stats
Hey Aang13, can you be a bit more specific on the outside source used for Lindorm's Powerbonding stats? I'm afraid that "an outside source" doesn't satisfy the requirements for the Huntik Wiki regarding official sources.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 08:31, December 9, 2014 (UTC)
I'm afraid that isn't considered to be a valid source per our Titan Stats Policy, and numerous of that blog's stats contradict official materials or were never officially released.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 21:58, December 9, 2014 (UTC)
For the members of the Blooded Circle, I went ahead and corrected the spelling. If we continue to use the group Infobox on that page, the default members category would be Category:Blooded Circle members (the Blooded Circle page, of course, needs to have a lot of info added as well as an image and subsequent categories). But there's a lot that hasn't been decided regarding subgroups (like Suits, Silent Soldiers, Casterwill Hunters, etc.). Any moving of the category should be easy, though.
For the Flying Titans category, that isn't a classification used in-series, but there might be some reasoning for using it. The only problem is that if we did use that category, we'd need equivalent categories for aquatic (swimming) and terrestrial (walking) Titans and a consensus on what schematic to use there. That would be something to discuss in the Projects and Future Updates board.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 00:02, December 19, 2014 (UTC)
If in doubt on anything, just check out our Huntik Wiki Help Hub. If there's an existing policy, there'll be a link on that page ; ) If anything needs further clarification, feel free to check in with me - I'll also make sure to update the relevant policy page as need be.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 02:41, December 19, 2014 (UTC)
Hey, I just wanted to check in and make sure you were aware of the Huntik Wiki's policies regarding speculation. Just wanted to make sure you knew that statements using words like "seems" or "might be" or "appears to" indicate a level of speculation. In general, the only speculation on articles should be reserved for name origins. ~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 03:50, January 27, 2015 (UTC)
A category you recently added, Dangerous Titans, was caught in a mass revision due to another user's vandalism and has been removed from the wiki. Pages were reverted to the version prior to the other user's vandalism, so a small handful of edits after that were lost. If there's an official source for this category, then it may be re-added to the relevant pages with a note of the source in the edit summary. My apologies for any inconvenience.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 05:45, August 2, 2015 (UTC)
Its fine. I'm a little confused as to what I did wrong though...--Aang13 (talk) 20:58, August 2, 2015 (UTC)
It's less a case of your doing something wrong and more a case of my limitations. I've thus far been unable to get a bot for wikia working on my machine, so the only way I currently have to respond to another user's several-hundred-edit vandalism is to manually revert affected pages to the version prior to his edits. Most of his vandalism was adding categories, so a full-manual reversion just went through non-approved categories (by the Categorization Policy.
The approval process wouldn't have to be too formal or anything, just the reason you think that a new category should be created for articles. The main reason is to make sure that good-faith category additions don't accidentally require major clean-up due to misspelling or being too subjective.
~ The Lhikan 634 (TaLk) 04:03, August 3, 2015 (UTC)