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RRabbit42

aka Roger

Councilor Bureaucrat
2,720 Edits since joining this wiki
January 18, 2011
  • I live in the West coast of the US
  • My occupation is Technician
  • I am just zis guy, ya know?

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  • I just want to ask if there is a page of Robot Santa' Claus raindeers?

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  • Futurama The Lost Adventure S0EP1-130:12

    Futurama The Lost Adventure S0EP1-1

    It's the Lost Adventure. It was made from the Futurama game.
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  • Question about the whole idea of that. Just noting that with main characters it goes: Protagonist, Deuteragonist and finally Tritagonist. So what I am saying is, that with antagonists: to categorise as far as tertiary antagonist (to say it is possible that primary antagonist(s) line up with protagonist(s), secondary antagonist(s) with deuteragonist(s) and tertiary antagonist(s) with tritagonist(s).) is not necessarily pedantic? To say that anything that is from tertiary level and above is major and anything below is minor (in terms of antagonists).

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    • The issue is that the fighting over what antagonist level a character should have also included tertiary characters. It just got a lot more ridiculous at the levels below that, so that's why I started there in my first reply here. But there was also fighting over primary versus secondary, and even fighting over whether to use "primary", "central", "main", "major", "direct main", "major main", "co-main", "dual main", "true main", "false main", "main implicit" and "final general main". For one character, people had come up with 161 different ways of describing him as an antagonist.

      It just got so bad, I had to simplify it as follows:

      • Main antagonist: this character leads the action, either in a single story or overall in a group of stories (sequels, prequels or novels in a series of books).
      • Major antagonist: a character appears in several of the stories and is fairly important.
      • Secondary antagonist: a fairly important character within an individual story.
      • Minor antagonist: any low-level antagonist such as assistants, guards, etc.
      • An antagonist: any character that does not fit any of the other definitions.

      These levels would also apply when talking about protagonists.

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    • ""primary", "central", "main", "major", "direct main", "major main", "co-main", "dual main", "true main", "false main", "main implicit" and "final general main".": I would only ever use primary, central, main and major. Though I got to admit that true main and false main would work in the case of someone who was possessed by someone else and seemed to be the antagonist. But all the others seem strange in terms of how would they apply.

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  • Hey, I am new to this page, and wikis all together, and I was wondering if there are any tutorials on how to make edits look nicer?

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  • I have recently been engaging in a bit of an edit war on the Bend Her page. It is a bit counter-productive, but the real question is is it allowed on this wiki and should I stop?

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    • also just to let you know, these message wall things are totally broken on the monobook skin and I have to do the {{FULLPAGEURL}}?useskin=wikia thing to send messages.

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    • Wikia doesn't support Monobook as much any more, and even though I like User Talk pages because I can rearrange things or remove messages that I have added to an archive to keep the main page cleared, Message Walls have the advantage in that they will notify everyone who has participated in a message that something new has been added. That's always been a problem, especially when person A responds on person B's talk page, then person B responds on person A's talk page.

      I have to read through the edits and the edit summaries to see what's going on, but you might want to move those discussions over to the Talk:Bend Her page I just created. Even though the header says "talk about improvements, not the subject of the page", in this case, it's a valid discussion.

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  • What duties and responsibilities does being a wiki admin involve? Only asking since I've recently reached #4 on this wiki and was wondering whether I should take a more active role in its running. I'm not asking because I wish to be an admin for the sake of the authority or the power that comes with it or anything of the sort.

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    • Some of what an admin does is cleanup and maintenance, such as looking at the dead links and seeing if we need to keep them or get rid of them, and renaming pictures and pages. There's also dealing with vandalism, which an administrator can deal with a bit more thoroughly than a standard user.

      A lot of wikis will use granting rollback rights as a stepping stone to becoming an administrator. That allows someone to undo several edits in a row by the same person with one click.

      Ideally, an administrator shouldn't be considered "in charge". They just have some extra abilities to keep a wiki running smoothly, but otherwise, should pretty much be equal in status to other users. However, they often do provide leadership to the wiki's members and settle disputes. The ones that can settle disputes and deal with vandals in as impartial a manner as possible typically do quite well in their role.

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    • "They just have some extra abilities to keep a wiki running smoothly, but otherwise, should pretty much be equal in status to other users.": I agree with that sentiment.

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  • Is it possible to turn off email notifications, is it through the editing page?

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  • Ah, I see you've enabled message walls now.

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  • Why did you remove the last three responses on the Edit summaries thread on my wall. I was handling it.

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    RRabbit42
    RRabbit42 closed this thread because:
    issue is being resolved
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    • 68.7.255.74 wrote:

      Jdogno7 wrote:
      176.10.250.15 wrote:
      You must be really soft to think you know what trolling is, as if you make any professional administration as well because I've seen other people get banned by abusive moderators for the reasons "being an idiot" and stupid crap like that yeah like if insulting someone for that reason for a ban is in a way being profesional.
      Who are you speaking to? What are you trying to say?

      Holy crap you must be illiterate in which that makes you keep repeating yourself.

      "Holy crap you must be illiterate in which that makes you keep repeating yourself.": You can not even spell well. So do not call me illiterate. How do I keep repeating myself?

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  • On the Season 4 links, A Pharaoh to Remember links to the old A Pharoah to Remember. I just thought you might want to know. :)

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