Um, Tycio, maybe we could just wait on creating pages for the new characters and storyboarded episodes until the characters make their debut and the episodes are announced, and maybe leave the links out as well?
The reason why I'm saying this is that I fear that if the producers find out that we created pages for those things prior to the announcements, we could get another copyright strike, and I don't want that happening again.
And I did talk with SirBlaze about this situation some time ago when An Yu was confirmed to be real, and we've agreed to leave the pages out until the characters make their debut appearance. Same goes for those of the episodes, until they have been announced.
Of course they have been confirmed to be real, but remember that they are leaked. As far as what happened before (before I came here), when images for Armadylan and the Wolfy Kids were posted here prior to their debut appearances, the wiki got a copyright strike. And I don't want the same thing to happen again.
MagicalGem98 wrote: That's what SirBlaze and I agreed on - just leave out the pages for right now. I promise they will be restored as soon as the episodes are announced, and the characters make their debut appearance.
What does leaving the pages out even mean, anyway?
Simon Nicholson shared this on his Twitter, and the news articles announcing Season 4 have indirectly mentioned it. I don't have the link right now, but I think if you search up on Twitter simonbnicholson, you should be able to find the tweet.
MagicalGem98 wrote: Simon Nicholson shared this on his Twitter, and the news articles announcing Season 4 have indirectly mentioned it. I don't have the link right now, but I think if you search up on Twitter simonbnicholson, you should be able to find the tweet.
Well, only the tweet mentions the title, as the news articles announcing Seasons 4 and 5 didn't want to spoil said title.
I can't really remember what those cliffhangers were, might have to rewatch them.
I'd like to propose we perhaps make a cligghanger article which explains the FIVE known cliffhangers that have occurred and how they foreshadowed future events or characters.
I'm going to make a tentacle article since that HAS appeared (along with crystal articles) which we can later redirect to She Who Must Not Be Named if it turns out that was her taking the yellow>red teleport crystal
Uh, I don't really think a tentacle article is needed. I mean, we can always pinpoint that in the gallery page by editing in a caption.
Although I do like the idea of making a crystal article. And for the cliffhanger page, I would hold off on that idea for right now because a couple of the cliffhangers that were stated in a couple of episode pages don't really feel like cliffhangers.
The tentacle is clearly an animal / character like Alley Cat though, no? Not as recurrant, but even one-time characters deserve coverage. If not here then they'll get acknowledgement nowhere.
I think we should do away with concepts like 'need'. The concept comes in levels. Wikipedia doesn't think we "need" articles for specific episodes/characters in this series, for example, but the intent is to be more inclusive here.
If not "cliffhanger" (which I admit is a loaded term) what about "hooks"? Like something which happens at the end which omenously leads into something else even if it's not necessarily suspenseful in the immediate sense?
I see your point. Maybe not SUPER huge, but the crystal is basically the size of Gekko's palm and the tentacles seem at least that thick.
Tentacles as thick as a palm mean they would be much thicker than forearms/aftarms since hands are wider than those. Albeit perhaps that's more IRL-thinking as the PJs seem to have pretty small hands when you look at their arm thickness. I think they have Teen Titans Go Robin syndrome.
This "master of the deep" title they suddenly keep using for Gekko feels like it's going to be an issue in season 4, with OB wanting that title for herself. Bella is also the spanish word for beautiful I think, which is probably intentional. My guess is they might start using that as her nickname.
I imagine it happens in pretty much every episode.
I'd love if there were a way to automatically mine/strip the captions from every episode, and then we can manually type up ACCURATE captions which reflect the actual spoken dialogue and display them side by side so people can see what is changed.
I was trying to figure out what edit I made because I couldn't find myself listed in the history, turns out if your first edit is making comments they will credit whatever page you made a comment on, even though comments are not listed in the history.
I believe at the time I was pointing out the differences between the audio dialogue vs. different words spoken in the closed captions. I hope some day we can thoroughly make a comparison of this for all the episodes to show what changes were made. Comparing both to any scripts that could be located could give insight to edits and developments prior to broadcast.