Heya, just saw you undo Alexiel's edit very quickly.
I just wanted to note that if he or I (or any other user really) makes a code edit that breaks something, feel free to come let us know on our walls (please do), and undo it for sure if it's older than 5-10 minutes, but if we break something we're probably fixing it immediately after.
Just leave the edits for 5 minutes. I promise we'll have it working again.
I'm curious on why the quote I added was removed. I appreciate the explanation in the summary, but I was confused on it. There have been multiple more-than-one-person quotes used before on the wiki.
In addition, not all quotes used on character's pages are stored in a Quotes subpage. Those are only added to characters to have had enough appearances worthy of quotes. I got the quote of Kagami confronting Armand from Riposte/Transcript.
It feels like general dialogue to me. I was tempted to remove all of them but you'd get cross if I did it without contacting you first. It seems like the only reason you added these quotes was to be consistent with almost every character having a quote on their page despite it not making sense in context. For example, the quote on Unnamed Wealthy Woman's page isn't really a quote. You only classed that as quote because that was her only line in the Comic issue.
In the wealthy woman's case, that's a justified criticism, though I remember her having more than one quote (though really about two-to-three at most). The quotes are meant to reflect a character if possible, and while I agree they shouldn't be horned in for the saking having one, quotes are nice to have to give an impression of the article's character, whether their personality, purpose, or relation with others.
Kagami doesn't have many quotable quotes in "Riposte", and hopefully we'll get better options in the future episodes she appears in. However, I found that quote to be a good reflection of her proud nature and her status as a skilled fencer. I prefer not using dialogue moments if possible, but unless anyone finds a better solo quote, which is fine by me as long as it works, it's what I am willing to add for a while.
I'm open to complaints and suggestions, and as stated before, I'm open to quotes being changed without discussion if someone finds something that everyone generally agrees is better. They aren't all perfect or the best fits,after all, but I hold them to different specifications than I do with the Quotes pages, which are only meant for solo quotes and not dialogue quotes.
On "The Collector", the tense should be in present, even if the episode came first, unless it is the History section or there is an instance where one episode references an episode as if it was from the past.
I apologize for "Frozer"; I did undo it, but it was because I didn't realize the change going on. However, the reason I didn't undo my original undo is because you phrased it in a way that still kept the "and" instead of removing it entirely and leaving the version with the ampersand ([[Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir|Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir]]). Again, I'm sorry I didn't catch the change, as I make mistakes every now and then, but there was still a difference in link and title that I wanted to fix once I realized.
Finally, while I'll rephrase the Nino section that I removed (and was redone) if people want to keep it, the reason I removed the Nino piece is that it doesn't really reflect anything new or particular about Nino and Cat Noir's relationship. It seems more a common thing Nino would hope for for either superhero in that situation, due to the group needing protection but along wanting their heroes to do well. It gets problematic when any section in a character's article gets too referential on episode events instead of explaining things related to the character (and their personality, relationship, etc.) and using the events as supporting evidence. However, I understand if people feel different on me about that Nino moment in that section. I just wanted to explain why I did.
Hi! Remember to let the admins take care of situations where rules are broken and let them do our job. I know you mean well, and occasionally it's okay to inform a user about something, but let the staff handle editing or regulation issues and avoid interfering in problems and staff-to-editor conversations that you aren't involved in. The staff is for maintenance and enforcement, after all.