I’d say it depends. If there’s enough information to fill a substantial page, then we can let it qualify (there’s only so much you can know about something that was never made), but if it’s just a few sentences, then it probably doesn’t warrant a page. For example, little is known about the Giant Spider, but I filled out the page with as much info as available and included images, references, and quotes. But if all we know is one sentence of information, then it probably doesn’t warrant a whole page dedicated to it.
Hey there so I thought we should add something to the about info or the rules. For example if an extended cut that makes it to the big screen contains characters or versions of the character that didn’t appear in the initial release, they can still show up on here. Like I don’t think just because they made it to the big screen disqualifies them since they didn’t make it to the first release. Plus it would give us a chance for more pages. What do u think?
What about Ace Woody? He was in the original script for Django and appeared in the comic book adaptation of the script. Do think villains that appear in extended cuts that didn't make it to big screen belong here, whether they were on DVD or comic?
I think if they market the publication as "the unreleased version" (for example, there's a Star Wars comic that has its own version of the first draft of Darth Vader, but they acknowledge that this is an adaptation of a previously unpublished work), then it can still qualify, but if its a director's cut or the like, I don't really think it should unless the extended cut is acknowledged as "the unpublished version" (for example, there's a director's cut of Alien 3 where they state in the opening that the footage added in is unfinished and is meant to be the version that never made it to film.)
If you try to create a template titled "Approved Evil Articles Navigation", you'll get the alert that you are recreating a deleted article. Click on it, and you should be able to see all the past versions of the template before it was deleted. If the file used for the "H" image hasn't been deleted yet, you can search for it and get it. If it has been deleted, you can probably use your admin access to temporarily restore it so we can retrieve it.
Same way you'd create a page, but put "Template:" in front of it. It will ask you to select what type of template you want to create; it shouldn't matter what you pick, I just click "Navbox" since that's what the original was.
Excuse me if you are busy, but I wanted to ask you if maybe you can delete some pages here at the wiki, which consists in fanon unpublished villains from fanon movie sequels and that kind of thing. There are also articles of true villains, but published ones and not unpublished ones. I know you check this wiki regularly, but these articles will give it a bad reputation.
It will do that for a while until the browser/wikia cache updates or resets. The other thing you can do to speed the process along is make the picture that is appearing smaller so that the wiki will pick the next largest image. So you want the images in the infobox to be small enough that the wiki will ignore them. Usually, though, there's not much you can do and you just need to wait for it to realize the images are on a template.
Yeah the same as the villains wiki if that's what you mean. I want the above page that is a lsideshow of our categories (video game villains, movie villains etc), Villain for Headline, Featured Media, and Helping Out.