When you Edits, please use only the section you're chancing. For some reason certain members full-page Edits mess up the collapsed Galleries and you're one of them. --Kuopiofi (talk) 13:59, January 4, 2018 (UTC)

Because we have enough powers that remembering if new one is similar than existing one isn't always obvious, especially if it's one that I'm not seen lately. In those cases, I depend on someone mentioning about it.

I can delete the other one if it bothers you? --Kuopiofi (talk) 17:31, January 8, 2018 (UTC)

And? --Kuopiofi (talk) 05:18, January 9, 2018 (UTC)

Restored, but please stop stop using purple prose and unclear descriptions. There's a reason why I've been taking blunt ax to Capabilities and cutting the definitions to most basic level. --Kuopiofi (talk) 05:56, January 9, 2018 (UTC)

High-Tech Technomagical Exoskeleton vs. High-Tech Enchanted Exoskeleton

I looked over the capabilities and users et cetera of the power you created, High-Tech Technomagical Exoskeleton, and honestly cannot see a difference between it and High-Tech Enchanted Exoskeleton, which I created a while back. Both are a form of magitek armor that is often very high level technology. Many of the users are even the same.

On top of that, many of the users do not actually have magic incorporated, including users from Danny Phantom (Spiritual Technology, not magic), the Protoss (Psionic Technology, not magic), and the Zoni (time manipulation, but again no actual magic included).

In what way does High-Tech Technomagical Exoskeleton differ? I can't see any real difference, especially since it seems to be made with the same purpose in mind (a magitek exoskeleton).

GZilla311 (talk) 18:57, January 16, 2018 (UTC)

The thing is, the entire point of "High-Tech Enchanted Exoskeleton" is to say it is exactly what you are saying. Please read the description on that page. I fail to see any real difference.

"The user utilizes a suit of armor that is both composed of high-level science and uses a variety of enchanted materials, or is originally high-tech armor that was subsequently given a permanent enchantment to allow for mystical effects. This combination allows for the utilization of a variety of magical effects, while simultaneously providing the means to interact easily with non-magical technologies. Some versions of this kind of armor may allow the ejection of mystical metals, or even a computer to determine incoming spells and appropriate counter-spells." -- High-Tech Enchanted Exoskeleton

In summary: all of the examples you put into High-Tech Technomagical Exoskeleton (or at least the ones that actually include magic, which is not all of them and thus should render them inapplicable) are in the Enchanted variation (I checked). The only reason why the Enchanted variation is even called that is in order to make it easier for people to search without resorting to the wiki-specific "Technomagic", and because it was a way of describing it as a combination between High-Tech Exoskeleton and Enchanted Armor.

Please read both and let me know why it should exist. It seems to be the same power. A mixture of magic and technology into a suit of armor.

GZilla311 (talk) 20:17, January 16, 2018 (UTC)

When you add powers, don't add those that aren't even on the same page under others like they were sub-powers. --Kuopiofi (talk) 22:21, March 12, 2018 (UTC)

Which is why most of them were moved to Variations, some doesn't equal all can use them. --Kuopiofi (talk) 22:26, March 12, 2018 (UTC)

20. When you make powers that are sub-powers, techniques, variations, etc. of some other power, add them to those pages. --Kuopiofi (talk) 20:59, March 31, 2018 (UTC)

? --Kuopiofi (talk) 04:19, April 2, 2018 (UTC)

Cypher doesn't talk to machines, he uses speaks binary to give commands in machine language.

Its essentially the same deal as programming a machine or using a QR code, only he does it verbally.

Omni-Communication implies the machines actually communicate back with him as well, which is not the case at all.

Cypher is not a user and he never was.

Please don't make things up that aren't even remotely true.SageM (talk) 06:31, September 16, 2019 (UTC)SageM

All he is doing is giving commands to machines to program them.

No actual communication is involved. Its really no different then using voice commands to program the internet of things.

So no, Cypher is not a user. As all he is doing is Programming or Reprogramming. Nothing else.SageM (talk) 06:47, September 16, 2019 (UTC)SageM


20. When you make powers that are sub-powers, techniques, variations, etc. of some other power, add them to those pages. Second warning. --Kuopiofi (talk) 10:10, September 29, 2019 (UTC)

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