Just a heads up about a change to our Style Guide. Under Page Guidelines, there are new rules regarding Stubs and Dead Stubs. Be sure to read up on them, as we will be enforcing these rules effective immediately.
We are not that page. All the information on the Ranger Keys should remain with either the Ranger Key page or the individual Rangers; this prevents clutter or unnecessary information. This is a warning; we will be removing the pages and if you do this again, you will be banned.
I must vehemently protest the actions currently taking place. Editors are blanking the new pages, perfectly relevant to Sentai with the Deletion template. The matter is clearly not resolved. In my view, what is currently going on is tantamount to vandalism. I request that these edits stop.
Thermo, you make the same mistake as you made on KR Wikia.
We DO NOT need pages for everything. DO NOT.
Just read it and accept it. You were already warned and banned on KR Wikia because of your Shift Car pages creations.
Thermo, while I appreciate your enthusiasm for the content, these pages are a waste of space and extremely unnecessary. We don't need a million pages for things with just a few lines that are relevant only to specific characters and then only at specific times. These things belong on the character pages or on a single page referencing them entirely. There is nothing wrong with a ranger key section on each ranger page, and a bigger, more informational single page about them collectively. But that's all we would need. We don't need 200 pages all containing data on individual ranger keys, some of which only appear in a single episode and then never again. We have a long-standing policy against stub pages, and that's exactly what a stub is - a page with limited information that is small in size and never going to be added to. You have a very bad habit of doing projects like these without consulting the rest of us, and that is how you lost your admin rights on KR Wiki. You seem to be trying to turn the hub wikis into the Tardis wiki (or whatever) and maybe that's acceptable for them - but it is not for us. We don't need forum or consensus to delete a page that isn't needed, but frankly at this point you have 5 admins (Me, Ataru, Aldo, and Digi) from RangerWiki and Shaman from KR Wiki/Ultraseries Wiki all telling you the same thing and for the same reasons. You seem unwilling to accept that, but at what point are you going to concede that this is not what the administration wants? Then to top that off with several editors also saying it is unnecessary - yes, we are going to delete unnecessary pages. Perhaps in the future you will consult with us before trying to implement something so drastic.
For some unknown reason, Vexacus was removed from the Main PR Villains Gallery, and he has made a huge impact on the story as an antagonist then Lothor has, so he deserves to be there. Do you know why is that? If you don't, can you tell me who will tell me?
Thermoman, could you possibly break this up, I would like to be able to go to bed before noon (8 hours from now). Between your edits on here and Kamen Rider Wiki in the past 24 hours, I didn't get a chance to check anywhere else.
I was thinking of adding the dates from the final Timeranger episode, Super Sentai Compilation, to the time conundrum thing you're working on; but I also do wonder if that would count as continuity or not before adding them. (though it would confirm stuff like "Ohranger actually happened in 1995, not 1999)
Like Doctor Who, I try to avoid using the word non-canon with this franchise due to its lack of a concrete policy ala Star Trek/Wars. But... I mean, there is no fourth wall here. And the cast, while in-character, say that their TV show is ending.
Nevertheless, this special episode will be acknowledged on the page, while making its status clear.
Well, the Ridewatches are a prominent part of Zi-O's story, while the Compilation is non-canon. Honestly, this page isn't really about a "solid" timeline, which you could never really have 100% consistent. As stated in its introduction, its more a compare and contrast trying to make sense of it all, inspired by the UNIT dating controversy, which addresses conflicting dates for various Doctor Who stories.
Basically, we've got the order of history/events, then the "dating conundrum" page focuses on the logic issues behind it. For instance, Gokaiger would seem to be set in 2011 from the point of view of its successor, but perhaps not from its predecessors. I mean, the gap between Brajira's defeat and the Gokaigers' arrival on Earth would clearly be a LOT more than a single week in-universe.
Of course, in the case of Ohranger, everything points to it beginning in 1995, within the "VS World", as opposed to 1999 in-show.
Super Sentai Compilation, a special episode of Mirai Sentai Timeranger following the finale, acknowledges the first 25 Super Sentai according to their premiere year as the Timerangers travel through time to observe their predecessors and immediate successors. However, it is noted that the Timerangers introduce themselves to the viewer as commemorating the conclusion of their TV series; as such, the special is not within the series' continuity.
J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai (1977) is acknowledged as the Super Sentai of 1977 by Super Sentai Compilation.
Hey Thermoman, while your work is appreciated, do you think you could slow it down a bit. It seems that over 500 pages have already been edited since my last check through, and that was at midnight my time.