Your page names are far too generic, and could be confused with disambiguation pages. I'm going to have to ask you to choose a reality number for your series to take place in, that can also be added to the page names.
If so, you simply need to add at least one equals sign "=" on each side of the heading in question. The more equals signs, the smaller the font. The default one on each template as two, so a subheading is three.
Hey how do you become an admin? You've kind of inspired me to help other peopleon this wiki. Some of my articles are in the most visited categor when you press on a category. It'd also be nice to meet some other people. I'm sure it's tough for you to deal with a whole ton of other people, and I'm sure I ask a lot out of you. So yeah I was just wondering
Admins have to be promoted by other admins. So it's up to us who becomes an admin. It might be a while, a lot of people ask and I can't make any promises. And as for most visited, I hate to tell you bud, but a lot of that traffic is just me making my rounds. There's other people too, but don't use that as the sole determining factor of the value of your work. Use comments, community interactions, and everything else. It is tough to keep on top of everything, yes. But it is my duty.
I hate to ask this, dude, but if you're writing a TV series which Iron Man is in, do you really intend to use all of those armors? It's a lot of work, and it's certainly impressive, but I fear it may not be the correct venue for all of this effort.
I was thinking the same thing. The issue is though, the villains they will be fighting are like huge. People like Juggeranut are more powerful than I thought they were. Plus, Iron Man already gets tossed like a rag doll and since they're fighting bigger villains he's gonna need a lot more protection.
That show was my childhood. Hate it got cancelled. The only thing is that, it's sorta based off the comics. His Mark 51, is a All-in-one suit. I can put the categories down if it's too much. I'm not trying to put that much stress on you.
Nah, the problem isn't the categories. The problem is that you've now created one of the largest and most complex pages on the entire site. For a show. For armors. That's insane. I think in trying to correct the problem you've massively overcorrected, and that's my concern. That doesn't really benefit everyone.
I mean, I think a couple of sentences would suffice for most of them. I can help you with that if necessary, like you could put a baseline at the top and then put features that make each armor unique, or a bullet list, you've got options.
Dude....you might be a freaking god. That's a lot. I'm not trying to put all that on you. Help would be appreciated. Thanks man. You don't know how much this help means. Not gonna lie, took me a long time just to get to the category part just scrolling
I have an idea. I'll show a bulleted version of one of the armors in this chat and you can tell me what I need to work on or add. I'll add the original version as well. Maybe that'll work/help in a way.
Search Team Leader: Are you the guys from Washington?
SHIELD Tech: You get many other visitors out here?
SHIELD Lieutenant: How long have you been on site?
Search Team Leader: Since this morning. A Russian oil team called it in about 18 hours ago.
SHIELD Lieutenant: How come nobody spotted it before?
Search Team Leader: It’s really not that surprising. This landscape’s changing all the time. You got any ideas what this thing is exactly?
SHIELD Lieutenant: I don’t know. It’s probably a weather balloon.
Search Team Leader: I don’t think so. You know we don’t have the equipment for a job like this.
SHIELD Tech: How long before we can start craning it out?
Search Team Leader: I don’t think you quite understand. You guys are gonna need one hell of a crane!
[as the shot widens we see a massive frozen ship revealed]
[after breaking into the metal aircraft]
SHIELD Lieutenant: [speaking into his comm] Base, we’re in. [looking around] What is this? [The technician nearly slipps on the ice covering the ground] Careful.
SHIELD Tech: [finding the frozen shield of Captain America] Lieutenant! What is it?
SHIELD Lieutenant: My God! [into his earpiece] Base, give me a line to the Colonel.
Voice from Earpiece: It’s 3 a.m., sir.
SHIELD Lieutenant: I don’t care what time it is. This one’s waited long enough.
[March 1942 Tønsberg, Norway]
[a villager, Jan, is running to a church]
Jan: [subtitled] They have come for it!
Tower Keeper: [subtitled] They have before.
Jan: [subtitled] Not like this.
Tower Keeper: [subtitled] Let them come. They will never find it.
[rumbling is heard and something breaks down the door, the stones killing Jan]
[the tower keeper closes Jan’s eyes and sees a machine moving away as HYDRA agents come in]
[a car drives up with the HYDRA symbol on the hood]
[HYDRA agents try to lift the lid of a coffin]
Hydra Lieutenant: Open it! Quickly, before he…
Johann Schmidt: It has taken me a long time to find this place. [to the Tower Keeper] You should be commended. [to one of his soldiers] Help him up.
[one of the soldiers helps the tower keeper to his feet]
Johann Schmidt: I think that you are man of great vision. And in this way we are much alike.
Tower Keeper: I am nothing like you.
Johann Schmidt: No, of course. But what others see as superstition, you and I know to be a science.
Tower Keeper: What you seek is just a legend.
Johann Schmidt: Then why make such an effort to conceal it? [opens an old tomb and picks up the glass cube from the skeletal remains of an old Viking] The Tesseract was the jewel of Odin’s treasure room. [he turns to face the tower keeper and deliberately drops and smashes the glass cube] It’s not something one buries. But I think it is close, yes?
Tower Keeper: I cannot help you.
Johann Schmidt: No. But maybe you can help your village. You must have some friends out there. Some… some little grandchildren perhaps. I have no need for them to die. [A big tank outside turns his guns towards the village threateningly.]
[referring to the carving of the tree on one of the tower walls]
Johann Schmidt: Yggdrasil. Tree of the world. Guardian of wisdom and fate, also. [he presses a button on the carving of the tree and it opens up to reveal the real cube] And the Führer digs for trinkets in the desert. You have never seen this, have you?
Tower Keeper: It’s not for the eyes of ordinary men.
Johann Schmidt: Exactly. [he closes the box containing the glowing cube and turns to his soldiers] Gove the order to open fire.
Hydra Lieutenant: Jawohl! (Yes!)
Tower Keeper: Fool! You cannot control the power you hold. You will burn!
Johann Schmidt: I already have. [He shoots and kills the tower keeper]
Steve Rogers: Boy, a lot of guys getting killed over there.
4F Doctor: [off-screen] Rogers, Steven.
[Steve puts down the newspaper he is reading]
Enlistment Guy: It kind of makes you think twice about enlisting, huh?
Steve Rogers: Nope.
[as Steve is standing half naked in front of the doctor to examine him for enlistment]
4F Doctor: Rogers. What did your father die of?
Steve Rogers: Mustard gas. He was in the hundred and seventh infantry. I was hoping I could be assigned…
4F Doctor: Your mother?
Steve Rogers: She was a nurse in a TB ward. Got hit, couldn’t shake it. [the doctor looks at Steve’s file which shows he has a long list of health issues]
4F Doctor: Sorry, son.
Steve Rogers: Look, just give me a chance.
4F Doctor: You’d be ineligible on your asthma alone.
Steve Rogers: Is there anything you can do?
4F Doctor: I’m doing it. I’m saving your life. [He stamps the card 4F.]
[later, A kid named James Buchannan Barnes is at the movie theater]
[a commercial about the war is playing before the movie]
Commercial Announcer: War continues to ravage Europe. But help is on the way. Every able-bodied young man is lining up to serve his country. Even little Timmy is doing his part collecting scrap metal. Nice work, Timmy!
Loud Jerk: Who cares? Play the movie already!
James Barnes: [quietly] Hey, you wanna show some respect?
Commercial Announcer: Meanwhile, overseas, our brave boys are showing the Axis powers that the price freedom is never too high.
Loud Jerk: Let’s got! Get on with it! Hey, just start the cartoon!
James Barnes: Hey buddy, you wanna shut up?!
[the guy gets up and looks at him]
Commercial Announcer: Together with Allied forces, we’ll face any threat, no matter the size.
[ James ends up getting beaten in an alley by the loud jerk that was disturbing everyone at the cinema]
[Steven Rogers seems to be near the alley and goes to protect the kid and tells him to run as he ends up getting beat. He tries to fight, but is clearly overpowered]
Loud Jerk: You just don’t know when to give up, do you?
Steve Rogers: I can do this all day. [and attacks the guy again]
Rangerfan14 wrote: Just finished the entire TV Movie wanna check it out? (Very similar to the movie, I know. But the movie was such a great start for the character)
It's so close to the movie that even replacing Barnes for Fury doesn't keep it from being plagiarism. I'm sorry, Ranger, but it's unacceptable content. I know you worked hard on it, but I'm sure you can figure something else out.
Armor Model 18 This Armor ephasizes stealth Designed to function in space Less durable but is stealthier and easier to control Armor is covered in experimental compression gel before launching Uses a booster rig with solid fuel rockets Suit uses compressed gas maneuvering pods Retro burst stabilizers located at the knees and hips help maintain attitude control. solar sail assists in both reentry and recharging the armor possesses repulsors uni-beam, pulse bolts and explosive 'concussion buds.' ECM jamming and a stealth mode mask its presence possesses various sensors including a thermal scan
Like other space armors, auto-sealants protect the wearer and an autopilot can return it to Earth.
I'm anticipating to work on Season Two of Captain America: The Animated Series . The first season is ok. It's just it's hard to adapt to the 1940s society. What do you think of it so far? So far I've released 5 episodes.
Simple: just go to the proper forum (I'm thinking this would count as a General Discussion forum) and click the "Start a Discussion" thing. The rest just goes from there. And it would help to tag each page (although I'd wait on that, since they all have to be renamed).