Holy crap. I mean, it is possible that he's actually dead, but I'd like to hope otherwise. One of those times he was gone, somebody went to the trouble of organizing some Mates to go search for him, and he literally just dropped in and laughed at everyone. I suspect he's on the moon trolling us.
On a more unrelated note, when you said “Did your save file get corrupted or something?”, it reminded me of the one time I was playing Megaman : Battle Network on an emulator, and then my device decided that I couldn’t use the emulator anymore and I had to redownload it and start everything over again. Do you know how frustrating the network can be in the game? Sometimes it feels like a never ending maze. I had to go through the whole game again. And I also had to start any other games I was playing on that emulator again.
Now I am aware of the prohibition of replying old posts.
It is For a healthy enviroment? As if.. Then why is something as trivial as that prohibited?... How is limiting the user of things like that a healthy environment?
"You shouldn't do it" "Don't do it!"
Do you all realize how ridiculous that sounds? Do you realize what this kind of things have to say of the administrators of the fandom?
Penalizing for something like that? Where's the pertinence in doing that? That rule should be prohibited!! And one's suppose to feel free in this kind of fandom? ha!! I was proved so wrong..
I'm really disappointed, In what I come across. Otherwise, I would like someone to explain to me why is that rule relevant...
I think this is a right..
I think is right to overreact. It's not like I am scared of getting banned. I'm simply stating my opinion..
The act of replying old post's is trivial. The rule is not trivial, that's the point.
"Simple email", "the definition of spam", that's something irrelevant, and so it shouldn't be mind, that's why there's the email spam in emails. That's the point.
telling me I shouldn't post, that's what's wrong. If I didn't "like it" I wouldn't be posting in the first place. Everyone else is fine with these rules? Just because they don't voice it, doesn't mean that's a fact.
Well this is the internet, not a country, so "rights" aren't exactly a thing...
Follow the rules, don't get banned.
Break the rules, get banned.
That should be simple enough. This is a public forum, and a forum where people speak their minds. You aren't being threatened by being reminded of a rule. And you really don't come here often if you think people don't speak their minds. Follow the rules, treat the wiki, and all of its members, with respect. It may be simple to you, but others get annoyed. You can't go around screaming like a monkey in people's faces in public, even though you have the "right" to. You aren't getting affected, but others are.
@MrCFVanguard, actually, they are saying that. Check that other thread I commented. Slightly different, means actually not doing it, since it's prohibited. Actually benefits? in what significant way? That's the point. I get that you are trying to explain and I thank you.
Due to the nature of the Recent Activity page and how widely used it is, there is little to no benefit in replying to an old thread. It is not any more difficult to make a new thread, and you will get just as much attention from people looking at the Recent Activity page. As such, there is really no benefit from replying to an old thread over creating a new one.
On the other hand, there most certainly is benefit to creating a new thread over replying to an old one. Even putting aside the whole email thing, having the most recent comments at the top of the comment section makes for a more orderly comment section. Not having to scroll down a long way to get to new replies on threads that are so old they're at least halfway down the page is beneficial for everyone, not to mention easier to moderate.
We actually implemented this rule because we had such comments pretty frequently lol
Remember, main audience for this wiki are "kids".
We even had to implement a rule where people under 13 are not allowed on this wiki (exception is if said person is intelligent enough). Granted, this was partially inforced by the global wiki standards.
But anyway, we are sorry for causing you problems. These rules are meant to keep the wiki clean and tidy as much as possible, and once said rules have been implemented, we can't say we won't mentioned them to user A and not to user B, so it's not that we have something against you in specific, we just treat you equally.
That said, it's not like these are punishable rules, it's more of a case of etiquette; you're not bound to follow them, but we would appreciate it. (You will be constantly reminded of them though lol)
Suggestion blog has a link in the community tab of the navbar.
Personally I'm not a fan of the auto refresh function because it means using more data for people on their phones and can be annoying for people with slow internet. Knowing where I was up to when I go to refresh the wiki activity page is nice too.