Hey, Pink! I thought I would let you know that there's an important forum post you might have missed, which you can find here. I figured I would let you know, as this could potentially lead to a big change to the wiki. No pressure to respond; I just wanted to make sure you were aware of it. :)
But what Honeyfur is saying is that whether or not our wikis are "friends", you need to respect that we have written original content.
If you want to copy our articles, you need to say in the article that you have done so. If you do not want to put a notice in your articles saying that you've copied our information, then you must write your own original content.
I'm totally not stalking you, but... I noticed you added "aspiring author" to your profile. That's so awesome! Honestly, that's been my dream since I was little. Which genres do you like to write in? :)
Those are great genres! I’m a fantasy buff; it’s pretty much the only thing I’ll read or write. Occasionally, I’ll read dystopian or science fiction, but I’m more picky with those. Fantasy is awesome no matter what; high fantasy, urban fantasy, etc. That’s so awesome. :D
UPDATE: I've tried and it still doesn't work. To put more detail, everytime I click the "edit" button on a sectiom, for example "Scar's son" or "The battle of Pride Rock" it brings up the visual editing page, but whenver I scroll over something, it brings up a tabber to delete. There's no way to edit anything. Yet I've seen you and the admins edit the page so I assumed it was restricted for you for obvious reasons, but still, I didn't %100 understand why I couldn't edit anything on the page, so I asked you to see if there was a reason.
I'm having trouble visualizing exactly what your issue is. The page is only restricted to users who haven't signed in. I'm not having any problems when I try to edit the page, so the issue is likely on your end. I'd suggest contacting Fandom.
So I want to make an edit to Mufasa's page, specifially personality and traits as an adolescent.
The reason? Because the info it has there takes from the prequel book, which is confirmed to be a non-canon spin off. Scar's page in the personality and traits section also took some info from the book, but was edited permanently after the episode of The Lion Guard came out.
Basically, I'm asking if I can edit the Personality and Traits section of Mufasa for adolescenthood, and put in the information we see from The Lion Guard? Here's what I got in case you allow me;
As an adolescent, we do not see much of Mufasa's personality, however, from what we are shown, it is clear he has a playful and cheeky nature, akin to his son and granddaughter's, but at the same time can come across as teasing and foolish. This is shown as he mocks his younger brother, who was then, the leader of the Lion Guard after he returns from the Outlands sporting a scar on his face he received after defeating a rouge lion and cobra, despite his brother, (in one way or another) saving his life. Mufasa nicknames his younger brother, "Scar," which soon becomes his permanent name for unknown reasons. This shows that as an adolescent, Mufasa is at best, foolish and joking, and at worst, immature.
Despite his supposed above-mentioned nature, Mufasa can be presumed to be forgiving towards his family, as after a bitter Scar murders his Lion Guard, Mufasa isn't shown to banish him, presumably due to their tie as brothers.
Those two paragraphs could use a bit of grammar-tidying, and I think the “we do not see much of Mufasa’s personality, however, from what we are shown...” should be omitted since it’s best to leave the viewer’s direct perspective out. But other than that, I think your edit is good to go. Thanks for the help!
Hey, sooo, in case you think I'm replacing all your Simba's Pride photos, I'm not. I'm just renaming them by adding the ".com" at the end. I didn't want you to think I was just redoing all your hard work. :P
I think it had to do with the fact that I didn't really know what I was doing then. xD The way I was converting them on Pixlr was weird and inefficient, and probably not the way I should've been doing it. But once I went back to re-cap some of the scenes, I'd figured out a better way to do it, and this time the ".com" stayed in there.