Your Place In This Community/Understanding the Community
I am writing this message to you because I understand your feelings, but like I did myself, you need to learn your place in this community. I read your argument with TheUltimate3, and I understand your frustration with some of the higher-ups of the community. I used to have the same feelings towards the attitudes they displayed, but after some consideration, I realize that it must be very difficult to maintain a website, as well as manage their daily lives. Also, no matter how "rude" they may seem at times, they mean no hard feelings towards you or anyone else, and most of their comments are to encourage us "newcomers" and their decisions are made mostly for the good of the wiki. Finally, I want you to realize that the decisions you make can be judged by the community. You need to understand that your edits can be reverted or changed and you need to accept that. You also need to accept that those who have more experience or have been here longer have a more prominent opinion over you. For example, you and I engaged in an argument over a picture I posted in Sasuke's article. It was not your place to decide whether or not it should appear in the article, which is why I kept changing it. Once one of the higher-ups (Omnibender I believe) decided it was not necessary, that was the end of the discussion. Whenever you want to make a questionable edit, I suggest you ask whether or not it would benefit the wiki on the article's talk page, as I have been doing more often now a days. I hope you were not offended at all by this post, but I am just trying to help you so others won't ostracize you. I hope you take what I said into consideration, and I hope you respond with your feelings on my talk page. Thanks for reading!
I only just saw the article (I don't read the manga) and because I don't visit this wiki much, I just assumed it to be vandalism. However, I think it would be better to wait until next chapter before just making a random assumption like that: plenty of times a chapter or episode has ended with someone being stabbed, only for the next one to show the person survived. --Speysider Talk Page | My Image Uploads | Tabber Code | Channel 15:23, January 15, 2014 (UTC)
Violation of the Signature policy
We could all see you, but for some reason you couldn't see us. Speysider suggests you wait til your connection is better. I'll let you know if we come up with anything else --Hawkeye2701 (talk) 18:51, March 15, 2014 (UTC)
A weapon isn't just something that damages your opponent, it's a tool that is used in battle. For example, Deidara may not throw his eye scope at this opponent to damage them, but that doesn't make it less of a weapon, he uses it to aim at long distance targets. The ones I reverted were a book (the paw print one, which much like the books written by Jiraiya, are not used to fight with) and an article of clothing that was a paper-thin disguise. It's kinda like jutsu classifications. Even if it's defensive or supplementary, it's still a jutsu. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:23, March 24, 2014 (UTC)
- I'm not sure if infiltration counts as combat for purposes of user listing. The general discussion where this was decided was a couple years ago, so I don't have that readily available to direct you to. Look through list of tools talk page maybe. Most times a new tool comes along, it is a weapon so they get listed. You can look through Category:Tools to look up what we to list users for and not, but that'll probably be time consuming. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:39, March 24, 2014 (UTC)
what the hell where did my post go????In future, please don't make a post asking where your post was deleted. Moving on: your posts are being deleted because they do not contribute whatsoever to the discussion at hand. Several posts you have made did nothing to contribute or were simply spam and didn't need to be posted. If your post is removed, check the history of the thread (hover over the top post, click More and select History: the user who removed your post will have left a reason as to why), instead of making another spam post asking why the post was removed. If you persist in making uncontributive posts, your access to the forums may be revoked. Just a warning. --Speysider Talk Page | My Image Uploads | Tabber Code | Channel 13:37, April 13, 2014 (UTC)