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Re: Language on the wikiEdit
No, that kind of language is not allowed. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I will speak with him. I hope you're not too put out by it.
I have left him a message. And thank you for not responding to him and potentially causing an argument. Reporting it to an administrator was the right thing to do. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, feel free to let me know on my talk page.
hey why did you undo my edits to those characters pages?? they aren't determinant. determinant means dead or alive. the characters can be alive or unknown
1. Sign your comments. 2. Determinant means that their appearance (in regards to the episode) or status (in regards to the character) depends on the player, alive/unknown counts. 3. You should have started a new topic. Gboy4 (talk) 00:43, August 28, 2014 (UTC)
if determinant means their status can be depended on the player, then they is their a status "unknown" like why do we use the term "unknown" for statuses? if we can just put determinant
1. Sign.Your.Comments. 2. I'm not sure what you just said but if you are talking about the family then they are determinant because they are alive if you let them in but if you make them leave they are unknown. Gboy4 (talk) 00:55, August 28, 2014 (UTC)
never mind u didnt get what i said but i understand why some characters statuses are determinant (meaning alive or unknown) but thanks anyways