So far, only Muzzarino, MaintenanceRequired, and I are present on the server above. Before we make the server fully public, we need to sit down and write the server rules to govern the server. At least we already have a member-verification system where newcomers are unable to access the main chat channels unless they first verify themselves at a designated verification channel (to prevent spambots, GrievousHero sockpuppets, and non-editors from joining)
I don't know if you remember me but I remember your username. We met either possibly on Simpsons fandom or Phineas and Ferb fandom.
Anyway I just added two new pages to this wiki, which I found today looking for The Lionhearts, well, Spencer Lionheart.
I added Mini Wolf Mini Wolf (Series)#Characters, well the page that appears on anyway. And I added a character page and plan to make more overtime and hopefully add images too. Some info came directly from Wikipedia, which is included in the external links.
Hope it's alright with you and the other admin I did this.
I'm new to this wiki.
Nice talking to you again Mr. Rabbit! Watch out for the foxes and coyotes!
I sometimes wait a bit before updating the list. I don't keep the list for bragging rights, but it does help with credibility when I go to a new wiki if I can show what I've been responsible for during the past decade.
Based on what's on her page, there really isn't anything that says she reformed or was redeemed. The way she's described doesn't really fit a complete monster, either. Maybe there's more on the Steven Universe wiki, but not here, so all I can see is that she's not a nice person and that's it.
That's kind of why the "complete monster" label is starting to fall out of favor on some wikis. People aren't looking at how the character is presented in the story, but rather it's about they feel the character is.
The definition tries to keep it focused and to tell people to look at it in an objective manner, but it usually ends up being a really subjective thing. And then edit wars start because the subjective view of one person is different than the subjective view of another.
Going back to the redeemed/reformed point, here's what I've been telling people:
In order to be reformed, the story has to clearly show the character being given information that makes them stop and reconsider what they are doing. "I like doing these bad things, but now I see the consequences of what I'm doing, so I'm not going to do that any more."
In order to be redeemed, the character has to combine reforming with deliberate steps that will atone for their past bad actions and help others.
Unfortunately, a lot of people translate this into "they did something that helped the good guy, so that must mean they reformed/were redeemed", even if it's just pure coincidence what they did helped someone.
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