I noticed that you removed part of my additions to the Peter Joseph Randall (Video Game) page, then looked around and noticed that most Video Game character pages have been edited to remove the episode listings in which they do not appear. I assume the rules were changed since I left and that is why they were removed. Are the unseen characters excluded from these changes?
sorry if I removed some infos that you edited, the differences didn't show everything I think.
Anyway, if I understand correctly, mentions are not insert anymore, so that's why I removed the infos from Pete's page about the episodes that he didn't appear in. Sorry if I removed something else, as I said.
So since a new system has been made for family sections I'm curious as to what kinds of unnamed family members aren't added. Like are grandparents fine to add but not great-grandparents? Are certain unnamed in-laws fine? Are any kind of unnamed siblings or aunts/uncles fine? Stuff like that's just been confusing me.
First of all, sorry for popping out of nowhere. Elfrax and me have been talking with each other via DMs and we decided removing the adoptive member of the family, such as the numerous "adoptive great grand-daughter". The unnamed but deceased parents, or siblings are fine to add.
As BBB said! I want also to add that unnamed in-laws are fine untill they don't become too much and distant (such as unnamed uncle-in-law), but I would like to restrict this edits mostly to main characters who has an extended family section. Andrea Grimes Jr. was one of the example: she has an extended family, but she never interacted with all her adoptive uncles (Maggie's family) or else, so it was pretty useless to list them all. Thoughts!?
(Just seeing the edit to your message now). I actually agree with getting rid of certain family members that aren't needed, though I think deceased grandparents are alright to add. I also think "ex-grandparent-in-laws" should be removed off pages, with Sherry and Liza Ortiz's pages being a main example,
Hello again El! Quick question; So I was editing unknown characters recently and have been adding the "(Unknown)" sufix after their last appearance and lifespan. But then I wondered, is that really necessary, considering everyone can plainly see they have an unknown status and it also isn't added for living characters? What do you think?
I'll be honest: at first, when the comic was on-going, the tag (Unknown) near their last appearance or lifespan had more sense, because we didn't actually knew if some character would have return at a certain point (Negan for example), but as the comic ended, I don't really think it is necessary anymore and that's why I didn't add it on my last changes. What do you think about? :D
Hey, Elfrax! Hope you're well. This is probably a nitpick, but you recently added suicide to the theme page, but I just noticed that it's in the wrong place, since the order is alphabetical. It should go before teamwork, and after punishment :p. Like I said, it's a nitpick, but I still felt the need to point it out lol.
Hi User:Elfrax thanks for giving me a heads up about not to edit other users personal pages, and your welcome to you, but I am on the page of the Letham Police Department, do you know is it OK to edit appearance Season 5 "You're Still Here"?
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