WSST, can you please include a short note detailing your edits in the "Summary" field when making changes to profiles? Your edits are more likely to be actioned faster if the moderators here can see at a glance exactly what you've changed and why. --ComiX-Fan 07:12, 18 February 2007 (CST)
As ComiX-Fan mentioned, please give a short note detailing what you are editing. Just mentioning "Correction" or "updated" doesn't tell anyone what exactly you are doing to the profile. And when looking for changes with the problem of history being cleaned out due to the bug, we have no idea what has been done. --DragynWulf 13:19, 19 April 2007 (CDT) (Moderator)
Hey dude not to be kinda nosy or anything, but I've noticed lately that either the changes you make aren't showing up when you compare the recently changed edits to the old ones or that there are no edits being done. I have no idea which one is which but I would notify someone of that if infact your edits are not being performed. --mimicx35 1:10 PM (Central), 19 April 2007
I added Hyperion (Earth-712) back to the other members part of Exiles. Considering that he helped the Exiles on a mission to a reality other then his own (the crystal palace/panoptichron), and he was displaced from his reality, he qualifies as being a member. But considering that he was not actually stated as being a member of the team he gets placed in the other members (honorary, reserve, etc.) section. Why did you delete only one of the Hyperions and not both??? -- IRISH4869 20:11, 27 June 2007 (CDT)
Exodus was both Acolyte and Marauder. He didn't quit one team for another. The remaining Acolytes were considered Marauders during the Messiah Complex arc. --MikeFichera 00:23, 25 January 2008 (EST), moderator
WSST - there's a new system on the wiki, you may have noticed. I was trying to write you a comment along with your Vulcan post, but I ended up hitting the wrong button, removing your edit. Sorry about that. My comment was that death's like Vulcan's should be described as "apparently killed" since he's assumed dead as far as we, the readers, know - but you never 100% know for sure. When someone is "killed" but you the reader know he's really alive, the correct term is "seemingly killed."--MikeFichera 22:31, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
You said: "hi.My intention always was to update bios, characters, etc.. but I see that even if not a spoiler, there are complications. I do not understand. and I'm leaving this site / group. goodbye,everybody. thanks."
I wasn't even addressing you or what you do on here. I don't even believe I was asking for something unreasonable from X-fanthom. I had been asked to do the same thing by moderators when I first joined the site, and I found their request to be logical and very easy to adhere to. If you are of the opinion that it is not a spoiler, again it is your opinion and are welcome to it, but I am not of the same opinion. That's what makes individuality great. We don't have to be of one mind. That being said, if you want to leave the site over a comment made to another user, by all means it's your decision. No one can tell you what to do. If you choose to stay, that is in your right as well. Whatever you decide to do, next time I am speaking to someone else, try asking questions or attempt some understanding before you answer on their behalf. Waiting 2 to 3 weeks to post something is not the end of the world. I have been waiting for a whole month (wow, a month!) to post bios of certain characters as they have not completely been introduced to the rest of the Marvel Universe, and I'm still okay. I'm sure X-fanthom will be too. I know you may not appreciate the sarcasm, but I don't appreciate someone involving themselves in my conversations without taking the time to ask questions before they jump to conclusions and come up with preposterous solutions.
Thank you for your time. Acotilletta