There seems to be a glitch with the message system.
I got a notification for a message from User:Wgwfcegg67 called HAYHEHAY, yet whenever I try to access it, it redirects me to the home page, and doesn't indicate that I've even attempted to read it. Think you can look into it?
Darn, I completely forgot about the PS2 Leon Belmont! Haven't played or finished it in years and went straight to playing Super Castlevania IV and GBA Juste Belmont one, sorry! One of these days I may get back to the PS2 Castlevania though. My friend owns one of those cards and uses it in on Halloween in a 'Castlevania Halloween deck'. Thank you for the heads-up!
First of all, thank you for contributing with the wiki's development.
Before you start making any changes, however, I suggest that instead you first try to replace any old images with your new ones (only possible if they share the same extension, e.g.: jpg, png, gif, etc.), as the old images may already be in use on several pages and that way the change will automatically reflect on them all; that is, unless you want to manually make all necessary changes, of course.
Still on topic, feel free to rename any current images you want, as long as you make sure that the new filenames are updated on all pages that currently use them (while you could leave a redirect behind, we'd really prefer if you didn't).
And as far as why I added those edits in in the first place? Well, it's largely because Maria Renard already had a similar trivia entry in her page (second from the bottom, to be precise). Personally, I could care less how the characters were in- or out-of-character in Judgment (despite OOC being a pretty big pet peeve of mine). I just figured, if Maria Renard was allowed that trivia entry, then I see no reason why I can't add in reported instances of bad reception from those characters, who were at least hated enough to even make the Scrappy entry there.
I see (although the link you provided is not a valid source). Just tray to refrain from adding personal opinions on the articles and avoid generalizing them as if they were the opinion of the majority of the community.
By the way, there's no need to create another thread on my wall, you could've just replied on the message I posted on your wall.
When I was typing it up, I didn't even know you posted a message on my wall. And I gave a response there as well.
And like I said in my reply to your post on my wall, the "personal opinions" bit was more from TVTropes. I was just trying to relay what that claimed (it had little to do with my own personal opinions, and if anything, my personal opinion barely even cares one way or another for the characters in Judgment, viewing them as meaningless).
I was thinking of creating a page covering the events where a player character is defeated. I was thinking of doing Game Over, and modeling it after Wikitroid's article on the subject, however, Metroid generally doesn't have extra lives, while the pre-Symphony of the Night games did have extra lives, so that didn't work (not to mention there are articles with Game Over as the title already, namely the default theme). I also can't call it death since... well, we already have an article on that front relating to the recurring character. Any suggestions on how to approach this, or where the article in question is if it's already created?
Funny that you mention that; I kinda have the idea we already had a page for that, but either it was deleted long ago or my mind is playing tricks on me again (and knowing myself, it's likely the latter).
Still, sounds like a neat idea. I'd suggest naming it "Death (event)" and write your article there.
I was about to make a "Castle Top Floor/Enemy Data" page since the HOD's locations had separate Enemy Data pages. Though you removed one for it already back on September 19, 2017. I'm not sure if that was an old format thing, or if it just took a lot of time to make those changes and it wasn't worth it.
Just wondering because I'm excited to contribute and organize information for it.
First of all, I want to thank you for your contributions to the wiki, they're really appreciated.
Since in this case the enemy data tables for both castles are not too big, they were moved to the location's page itself (Castle Top Floor). We only use subpages when the tables are too big and negatively affect the look of a page. However, if we can avoid it, then it's preferable to have everything in only one page so our readers don't have to be looking at various pages when looking for information.