So, once again you've engage in counter-productive edit warring. For many new users, what you did would have likely just scared them off the website entirely, which is especially frustrating when by literally all measurable counts they were correct. It was just you being pig-headed because you feel a certain way about the page. We've been through this song and dance before, too, but you're just way too caught up in the idea that you're right to even consider that maybe you aren't. You didn't even consider the evidence, didn't read over the page to check your position. If you did, your dedication to the idea that you were correct blinded you to what was right in front of you.
Furthermore, you told me that he didn't message you about it and was totally silent about one hour ago, but then there's a post from the very same user from two hours ago trying to provide some context. And then you told that user that if he continued to edit the page (read: disagree with you) you would lock it. I don't know where you got this idea that that's even a thing you are able to do, but that's some nonsense mini-modding (which I have previously warned you about).
I've submitted all of this to the staff chat on the Discord, and we've collectively decided that this behavior is toxic to the community and collaborative environment and warrants a ban. The consensus time we came to was 75 days. You should take this time to consider why it is we banned you, how you've been acting on the wiki, and how your behavior looks from anyone else's perspective.
I removed the Srivani from the known users on this page and you undid that edit without comment, could you please explain why?
I removed them because they are capable of genetic editing at a far greater scale than the narrow scope of this power, and per the requirements for superpowers page, "A character has the broadest power applicable to them. The other powers are implied." I believe they should be deleted from that page and added to, for example, DNA manipulation or biological manipulation.
It kind of does, according to the power requirement I cited. All users of DNA manipulation would be capable of "cutting and slicing" genetic information, if this rule didn't exist you could just copy/paste the entire known users section of DNA manipulation onto this page. The other known user is a good example of what known users are supposed to be, since that character has no other related genetic manipulation abilities.
Mecha Frieza doesn't count as a cyber mutant, especially since he is just a unique member of his species.
Please don't make stuff up that clearly isn't true. Frieza is not a user.
Also if you read the page for frieza's race, you will clearly see this message- "Frieza and King Cold seem to in fact be a part of a hybrid species that came into existence as a result of an accidental spontaneous mutation that first appeared "in our grandfather's time."
As you can see the way frieza is defined makes it unlikely for him to be a cybernetic mutant. As he is just an alien mutation, nothing more.
Him being unique does not make him less of a mutant.
"Frieza's father is a mutant with an abnormally high power level. Because of this, Frieza also possesses the mutant traits, making him and his father King Cold the only ones among the Frieza Race who possess the striking level of power and cruelty shown in the series."
"While Frieza's race is powerful, the most powerful individuals are Frieza and King Cold thanks to being mutants. Frieza and King Cold seem to in fact be a part of a hybrid species that came into existence as a result of an accidental spontaneous mutation that first appeared "in our grandfather's time."
He was simply an Alien mutation, but as Mecha-Frieza, he kept that mutation and became a cyborg. Its the same thing that happened with Cable (Marvel): born a mutant, later became a cyborg. Sure, he didn't stay as Mecha-Frieza, but as Mecha-Frieza, he qualifies as a Cyber Mutant.
Okay, I read the Mecha Frieza part under Frieza's page and the Cosmic Suit page. Can you be more specific? Where does it clarify that, because I'm not seeing that anywhere?
I'm just gonna try to get to the root of the issue here. It's established that Frieza is a mutant from the wikia and it's established that Mecha-Frieza is a cyborg from the definition of "cyborg". So why would he not qualify? Him being a unique instance does not make either of those less true.