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If you do make that page use something more descriptive for a name, Shadow-Side Cloning gives no hint about what it does. You can add it into Also Called. --Kuopiofi (talk) 10:43, January 28, 2015 (UTC)
How exactly does "If you do make that page use something more descriptive for a name" make it sound like you can't make that page? Just give it more descriptive name. --Kuopiofi (talk) 13:35, January 28, 2015 (UTC)
Second warning: when you add to Users, series should be in italics.
It has to apply to everyone, not just a single user.
The power has to apply to everyone, not just a single user. otherwise it doesn't count. Purification ball projection would have no effect on any of the other users. So its not a limitation.SageM (talk) 17:40, August 7, 2015 (UTC)SageM
I. It disables temporarily at most, but may be dependent on the ability. If the user is killed while the ability is temporarily disabled, then they die before regeneration can occur.
II. It purified his evil power, the source of the reality-bending regeneration, cleaning it before it can activate the regeneration. That's my guess.
No Fan-made characters allowed.
10. Characters that are put up must be from published canon source. Fanfiction and OCs do not count and will be removed.
There's no Enhanced Power Assimilation, closest I can find is Enhanced Power Absorption.
There seems to be something weird with your Editing: in Regenerative Healing Factor you deleted the </div> in Gallery's sub-galleries, which basically made them un-expandable. I've noted that it happens with some Users, but not for example me for some reason.
When you add to Users, series should be in italics.
- 17a. The minimum amount for Scrollbox is roughly 20 Users.
- 17b. Scrollboxes are meant to shorten the section (Known Users mainly), not to separate the different sub-sections. --Kuopiofi (talk) 20:00, October 29, 2015 (UTC)
As I only Edit in Source (button on top in Edit), my advice may be bit lacking as it's completely in text and color-coded.
Scrollboxes are meant to be used only after there's at minimum 20 users. If you want to add something on them, click the Edit button beside the known Users and it opens right on that section.
You can get italics (slanted text) using button on top (I) or in source adding two ' to both sides of the text you want to change.
Regardless, the best advice I can give is to use Preview before you hit Publish to see you've got things right way so you won't need to Edit several times. --Kuopiofi (talk) 17:52, November 2, 2015 (UTC)
Again with the modern and very limited view. Read Marvel and DC for how they treat Aesir and Olympians and note that only very few are anywhere near that level. Go check mythology and note that none of them considers gods unbeatable.
Your view is colored by omnipotent monotheistic view, none of the pantheistic ones expected their gods to be supreme beings. Massively powerful (well, depending of their portfolio) but not unbeatable, mortals could get better of them, even beat them. The trick was to survive the consequences. --Kuopiofi (talk) 15:44, November 5, 2015 (UTC)
1) Well, that depends of the pantheon in question. For example in Greek true deities/divine beings were essentially unkillable so they couldn't really fix the titan problem by offing them and they could be only imprisoned somehow. On the other hand, German/Norse/viking deities could and will die, there's a reason why Mimir's head being still alive was a big thing and Balder stayed dead even with all the Aesir wanting him back.
When you add to Users, series should be in italics. Fifth time, take a bit timeout to remember it in future. --Kuopiofi (talk) 21:01, November 7, 2015 (UTC) OK, look, its just the annoying box message always pops up when adding italics that the new editor is in beta progress. I need help. Please. ToxicHolyGrenade (talk) 21:30, November 7, 2015 (UTC)
Same as Enhanced and Supernatural Condition, first puts you on the upper edge of your races limits (even normal human flesh/skin is actually remarkably durable) while second goes well into the supernatural/inhuman range. Also note that they take their starting point from what is normal/average of the race and verse in question, so human in DC/Marvel would start from relatively human levels while someone from, say, martial arts manga would start from quite a bit higher.
When talking about durability, my thinking does something along the lines of:
First allows you to resist impressive amounts of damage, something like wearing leather over full body when talking about what kind of damage your skin would resist. Bone/flesh would be equally tough, but those are hard to explain in terms of what they could take.
Thanks. ToxicHolyGrenade (talk) 22:29, November 25, 2015 (UTC)