I just saw Erwin Smith's description as blank and since the man can interact with the other characters I was just like "ok,I'm just going to add in all the characters that I can and then other people can write in the information just like that".
Let's just mention a character when there's content to describe such relationship, and only if they're relevant enough to actually be mentioned. If all are considered worthy enough to mention, then we could add them all. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Yep, thank you for wanting to help. You can restore that list if you add descriptions to the characters. The "Appearance" section also needs modifications to describe the default appearance of the character; I wanted to do it after I finish some other edits I'm working on but you can do the honors if you'd like. Don't feel bad if someone makes corrections or reverts your edits, that's how this place works. :)
Hey,It's powered by the fandom for a reason,to try to be accurate with it's information as possible.(even though there are times where wiki's have some information that are objectively wrong and still stick with it).But thanks to you,I understand what has to be done in order for the information to be accepted into the article.
He and Grisha are excluded from the disambiguation page since the Founding Titan can only be used by members of the Fritz family, so despite hosting the Titan they can't use it unless they come into direct contact with a person with royal blood. 🤔
I don't know if you know this or not but, I recently on the Eren Yeager (Lost Girls) page and i noticed that it says that he is deceased, but in the original manga he is still alive.
How is this possible
That article is for the version of Eren that appears in the Lost Girls manga, not for the version that appears in the original Attack on Titan manga. This is mentioned in the Manual of Style, and you can also see a set of icons at the top right of the page indicating the continuity that article belongs to.
I can't further reply to this question without a Lost Girls spoiler but... that story takes place in a dream by Mikasa in which Eren dies, so that's why Eren is listed as deceased in that continuity.
Yeah, actually the article itself only mentions the second season in the introduction, although a little below it correctly says it's the two seasons. I'm going to fix that.
By the way, I'd like to ask you to pay attention to the modifications we've been doing to your edits, as we've had to revert a large number of them.
It's mostly stuff like inserting images of poor quality and badly named; changing quotes for others less relevant; adding speculation; bad grammar; using fan translations, etc. Please take a moment to read our Manual of Style that explains the guidelines we use on the wiki, and let me know if you have any doubts.
Wanted to make you aware of a convo I posted on RuneLai's wall. The short version is that the lack of categorization for categories breaks the mobile main page; as such, I'm going through and using the existing categories to do that.
Feedback is always welcome if you see something out of place :)
I'm not entirely certain as to the technical aspects, but my layman's understanding is that it doesn't "see" the category as being created unless it's been categorized. Since that's the case, things plugged into anything but the featured articles section won't be recognized.
The frustrating part is that the mobile main page will give the error when trying to publish, but it won't tell us what the exact error is :P So a site can have a since-deleted image or category and we have to go through the whole thing.
I'm almost done, I think. Should be able to wrap it up tomorrow and put the finishing tweaks on things and then the MMP will function as it should ;)
I'm a little confused as to what you're asking. We have separate pages for Attack on Titan (the first game) and Attack on Titan 2 (the second game) since they're different games with different gameplay features even though they're from the same developer.
Renaming them to Attack on Titan (Attack on Titan) and Attack on Titan 2 (Attack on Titan 2) would break our existing naming convention for media called Attack on Titan; Attack on Titan (Manga), Attack on Titan (Anime).
Attack on Titan (Game) fits the current system. Information that applies to both games can be repeated on both pages (we already do this with the character list and voice cast).