Lately, I've been editing around pages related to Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and I've noticed a few things that are in need of re-evaluation. Mostly all the pages relating to the film are filled with contents that sounds like speculation, fan-fiction and nonsense.
When I read through the Atlantis page it says that after its discovery it became a secret tourist attraction for celebrities, and dignitaries. According to the Heart of Atlantis page, the crystal originated from a comet, which passed over Earth 10,000 years ago. We even have a page on Keepers of the Journal. I've watched the film and behind the scenes documentaries. There was no saying Atlantis became a tourist attraction, no origin of the crystal and no Keepers of the Journal.
From what I can tell, all this information was plagiarised from the Atlantis Wiki, which is seemed to be more fan based than accurate. I think its time we gave Atlantis: The Lost Empire a major re-evaluation. Remove any information that is considered false as well reorganise and simplify the contents till they are more like the rest of the pages on this wiki.
I've already notified other admins, content mods, and other good users to help out.
However, this is far from the point of why I'm messaging you. I'm recruiting users to help revision the Atlantis pages as they contain contents that is more fan based than accurate. Edit the contents to be more close to the films and what the producers say like the rest of the pages on the Wiki.
This code will allow you to connect reference links to more than one piece of information. Saves you the trouble of having to write the whole reference link twice. You can see what I've done with your recent edits on the 2019 Lion King page.
You've pestered with the words rest in peace in abbreviation enough to be blocked soon if you don't halt it, 6 or more times is plenty of time to overdo it, plus even just said once it's not polite. Leave Saikachi alone.
I'm not just offering warning I've helped the Admin catch the unruly users quicker.
Frank Welker maybe known for providing the voice of a million characters and animal sounds, but unless you have proof to support you are not making any further categorisations. He didn't voice every animal character known in animation.
Alex2424121 wrote: Frank Welker maybe known for providing the voice of a million characters and animal sounds, but unless you have proof to support you are not making any further categorisations. He didn't voice every animal character known in animation.
I trust my sources to the end of time, and they have never failed me.
But for Frank Welker, I'm making an exception.
I'm still gonna re-instate the categories that are supported by information on the Disney Wiki page itself.