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Your default signature is breaking this Wiki's Signature Policy as it doesn't show your username which is MarrylLuna, but shows Zahasuki Harikuni(Favourite Place in the Land). If you use the second name in most Wikias (I don't really know how it works when one has different names for each Wiki), so I suggest either checking your username in the "Preferences", or create a subpage which you would use as a signature on this Wiki.—Kaimi (999,999 CP/5 TP) 16:07, May 7, 2013 (UTC)
Okay then, sorry for the um.... offense I did. I was not aware of that 'Pardon' me then, I'll handle that ASAP.
See? I've done it, I will not trouble the policies again.
MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 09:33, May 8, 2013 (UTC)
- Don't take it personally, my signature was brought over from Animal Crossing Wiki when I first started here and that broke rules too. Also, you don't have to make a new sub-heading to reply to someone :P just indent with a comma, like I've done here, and it'll move your post along a little so everything is in line. Really, don't be afraid to ask for help if you need it. Tia-Lewise 11:37, May 8, 2013 (UTC)
Etymologies, etc. Edit
Hello! I appreciate your enthusiasm, but please refrain from posting etymologies unless you really know where the name is coming from. Also, random information that is either speculative or doesn't provide any useful info is not trivia-worthy, and should not be in the etymologies, either. I had to either remove or re-write every etymology you added.
And I noticed on your user page that you mention adding obvious info to pages. Please don't do that. If it's obvious info, it doesn't need to be described in lengthy paragraphs. I've noticed you tend to add tons of extraneous info to pages like the Revenant Wings esper pages, which really isn't needed. Espritduo (talk) 17:46, May 9, 2013 (UTC)
- Okay... I'll do that, and maybe those policies should be in a much more public position.....
- I'm going to be honest here, so try not to take offense. I know English is not your first language, so I would suggest not attempting to add etymologies for the English names of things. That's not something someone not fluent in English should really be attempting to do. You are not really doing it right, and your information is either wrong, or irrelevant. Espritduo (talk) 06:07, May 10, 2013 (UTC)
- I'm quite against your fact about my first language not being English.... it is true that I'm not an English(or American), but my English is better than my mother-tongue.
- MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 06:18, May 10, 2013 (UTC)
Hey Marryl. I know that licensing and categorising images can be a little difficult, particularly for someone who might not have done it before, so I've just sorted out the images you recently uploaded for you. If you upload an image without any licensing or categorisation, it pops up here, and from there we can look through and decide what image needs what, but when you next upload an image, here are some tips to stop it appearing there-
- The dropdown box is the licensing part. This can be annoying to understand, but as a rule of thumb, if the image is a screenshot, choose the Game or Video Screenshot license; if it's a scan from, say, an Ultimania, use Book or Publication Scan; and as I've just done for your images, I used Generic Fair Use, which is a Square Enix copyright license.
- Use the summary box to put your categories in. The images you uploaded are from Blood of Bahamut, so in the box you would put [[Category:Blood of Bahamut Images]]. You can add multiple categories, whatever you can apply to the image. This also applies to screenshots; you could either do this with [[Category:Blood of Bahamut Screenshots]] or [[Screenshot|Blood of Bahamut]].
- Ouh. Ok then. Got'cha. MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 11:04, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
- But that monster is rather.... special?MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 13:43, November 19, 2013 (UTC)
- Still, the Wyrdhare is prone to cast buffs on other monsters and even the party members. The other docile Dreamhares (are only the Giza Rabbits and Ozmone Hares) won't cast buffs on others besides themselves. Plus, I still think it's rather special unlike the others. You can test them out while playing, but it may take minutes.... Just kidding. MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 14:03, November 19, 2013 (UTC)
Can I ask if you have read the Manual of Style? Only because I often have to edit your edits; don't get me wrong, what you add is good, but lacks a few pointers that are consistent across all our articles, such as italicising Final Fantasy. If you haven't looked at our help guides, I would really suggest them to further yourself as an editor :) Tia-Lewise 14:06, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
- Sorry though, other wikis that I've contributed to never did prioritize about stuff like that. That's why I never knew about styles, they usually only fix grammatical errors or defining the details.
MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 14:10, November 28, 2013 (UTC)
Our etymology sections really do not need to be lengthened as much as you're making them. They should be a short description of where the name might come from, not a big paragraph of what it is, where it comes from and what cultures see it as what. This is why we include a Wikipedia link in the section, so people can go look there. Tia-Lewise 15:10, January 20, 2014 (UTC)
- Got'cha. I'll look into it. :P.MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 15:15, January 20, 2014 (UTC)
Nice to meet you!Edit
Hey there! My name's NoctisXV and I like to meet others. This is a greeting. What is it about final fantasy that makes you like it. For me, it's the characters and storyline. This allows me some insight on making my own stories. NoctisXV (talk) 04:48, March 6, 2014 (UTC)
Enemy Templates Edit
Hi there. Just to let you know in future, when using the enemy template, you don't need to make use of the tabber function in order to incorporate multiple battles with an enemy. In fact, I would rather discourage it. The template has parameters that allow it to make multiple tabs to incorporate multiple parts/multiple versions/what have you. Just add in the "tab 1" and "tab 2" parameters, more if there are more tabs that need made, and input the name for the tab. To distinguish a parameter as different, add a 1 before it (e.g. 1 hp), and then make an identical parameter with a 2 before it, and so on for more tabs as necessary. Things that stay the same in all fights don't need to be numbered like that, so you can leave them as is. I've fixed the Victor and Victoria boss pages so that it works like this, so take a look there if you'd like to see it in action for yourself. Thank you for your time! Jimcloud 08:07, March 7, 2014 (UTC)
- Well, thanks for looking into that! I never did learn how to.... um, well you get the idea. MarrylLuna(Zahasuki Harikuni) (talk) 09:25, March 7, 2014 (UTC)