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Midoki24

aka Robyn Rivera

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  • I live in New York City
  • I was born on November 24
  • My occupation is Writer; Graphic Designer
  • I am Female
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  • I deleted the history of Demon Knights because I felt it read like a publishers summary instead of a history and I don't know enough about the series to rewrite it. I am telling you this because you are it's top editor.

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  • Hello,

    I'd like to inform you that in wake of the new "Titans" series being announced for 2018, I've went ahead and created a wiki for this series. I just have one issue.

    The url "titans.wikia.com" is used as a redirect for this wiki. Can you assist in deleting it as a redirect so I can use it for Titans Wiki? Considering that the titans are just a small part of the overarching DC universe, I think the url is more fitting at Titans wiki rather than sitting as a redirect that nobody uses for this wiki.

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  • Hey, I saw you were the admin of macgyver and was wondering if you wanted to give me admin rights. I've got 16 other wikis I'm admin of so I'm not new to this either. k, thanks.

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  • Sir I hope you can (and want to, also) help me with something that's been troubling me since 1985. I'm from Argentina and, as a child in the 1970s, I read Superman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and specially Jimmy Olsen, among many others (in spanish, of course, published by "Editorial Novaro"). In what I've come to believe was a special edition of sorts, I read a list of the "most powerful superheroes"; surprisingly, Mon-El was at the top of it. I remember that very clearly, but I never could find any evidence of it. I should say that all of the comics I had were sold or destroyed. Do you know something about this? If so, I beg you to help me, since this means so much to me. I don't have anything to offer you but my sincere and eternal gratitude. Thank you for your time. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards Felipe Hendriksen

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  • Doesint Duke Thomas appear as robin first in We Are Robin 1? Because this is a different timeline and it doesint count. Just like the new wally west his Flash 30 does not count because his from a different timeline. Wallys first app is Flash Annual 3 because its prime earth. Same thing here, We Are Robin 1 is prime earth this is where duke becomes robin. Futures end does not count its not prime earth

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    • Please join the Live! Chat to debate these topics in real time but, however, at this time we have a different set a rules for first appearances from conglomerate universes.

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  • Alot of characters like Tim Drake on Batman 457 get First App as a character like First Robin. So on Justice League 21 how come no one added some of the characters like Pedro as first all in Shazam family?

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    • We had a different set of rules for older comics than we do for newer comics, they were not the first appearance of the Shazam family by a publishing standard.

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    • Well that needs to be fixed because the truth is that It Is. Pedro and the new members never were part of the shazam family until Justice League 21. So its stupid not to have some kind of note on tbat web page mentioning that

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  • Because there the DC comics has rebooted again, I was thinking of creating a wiki that was just focused on Rebirth and I would like for your help to make the wiki if you don't mind.

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    • That doesn't really sound useful... everything about DC Rebirth is already covered on our wiki. Would your wiki cover anything new, or just duplicate information already available on here? DC Rebirth also isn't really a reboot, it's more of just a relaunch... the only 'reboot' elements are drawing from older continuity, so it makes more sense to have that stuff on a wiki with existing information about older continuity. Sorry, probably not gonna help you develop a competing wiki that might take users away from ours.

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    • I'm not trying to take users away! I don't want your help to develop the wiki. I just wanted help building the wiki. The info, I can do on my own. Just to be clear, I don't want to compete, I just want help building MY wiki. Besides I don't need your opinion if it's a good idea or not.

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    • By all means, then! Build to your heart's desire!

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  • Hello I was reading Flash comics and i found that they are missing two stories one with "Cliff Conwall - Secret Agent" and "The Demon Dummy" is there any special reason or is just a mistake? If there is no reason I would like to fix it so can you tell me how can i add the stories?

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  • Is there really a need for a separate template rather than relying in {{Science}}?

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    • You could make the case for it being placed within Science but I specifically added it to deal with characters who have knowledge of temporal mechanics. It's a catch-all for a specific rather than just a catch-all. It's nit picky.

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    • Six of one...

      I wound up tweaking the code for {{Science}} and {{Physics}} to clean up linkages. Both now get "Quantum Mechanics" and "Temporal Mechanics" right. There was a miss-link happening with the redirect and temporal was just not reading at all.

      Also just tweaked {{Quantum Mechanics}} for the same redirect link.

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  • http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Psychokinesis

    I noticed another page that had errors.

    Psychokinesis is actually another name for telekinesis, and it's also more all-encompassing of all abilities that include manipulating matter AND energy with your mind.

    It's not including of telepathic abilities like mind reading or mind control / mental manipulation. Or psychic abilities like psychometry. In fact, the correct term for both psychic and psychokinetic abilities is simply "psionic"

    This is also an error on the Vampires page, because vampires do not normally have telekinetic abilities. Only telepathic.

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    • Actually, the way the pages are written, telekinesis is a subset of psychokinesis. Telekinesis is the segment where a character can manipulate physical objects with the power of their mind.

      I would agree though, a psychometry category would be helpful for characters that can "read" the history of objects or people by touch.

      As for Vampires and {{Vampire Powers}}... there is a lot there that is less than desirable since the actual power set varies from series to series.

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    • Yes, the psychokinesis page does say include telekinesis, but it also included telepathic abilities such as mental manipulation and psychometry which are not psychokinesis.

      Psychokinesis is more of the "more updated" term of TK. Just like sociopath is to psychopath. They're pretty much the same.

      Although to me, PERSONALLY. Psychokinesis is strictly psychic type telekinesis. Since you can also use telekinesis by using magical energy instead of "brain energy". And it's also the one responsible for most powers such as weather manipulation, starting fires and creating fire constructs, or hard water constructs and etc.

      The vampires page could at least change "psychokinesis" to telepathy since all its described powers are purely telepathic not telekinetic.

      Psychokinesis is not the umbrella term for powers powered by the mind. That would be psionic. Jean Grey is a psionic, as she has both TP and TK.

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    • Well...

      • "psych-/psycho-" - From the Greek for "soul". Used to mean either "soul" or "mind"
      • "tele-" - From the Greek for "at/from a distance".
      • "-kinesis" - From the Greek for "motion/movement". Also has a current common meaning of "manipulation"

      In most cases the term is read as "<Foo>kinesis is the manipulation of <Foo> without touching it." Telekinesis and Psychokinesis don't follow that pattern. The first is fundamentally applied as moving things at a distance with out touching them and the second is moving things with the mind.

      If were are going by the weight of use in fiction, then both are the catch all for "moving things at a distance without touching them". Writers have used them interchangeably for a very, very long time.

      With regard for here, the decision was made to use "tele-" as physically moving objects with the mind and "psych-" as the umbrella for manipulating things a a distance without touching them. Hence pyrokinesis, hydrokinesis, chronokinesis, telekinesis, etc are sub sets of psychokinesis.

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    • Please refer to my comment on the Telepathy wall message for further details. The discussion here is the enhancing of the Psychokinesis page. Regardless of what it means or what it means personally, Psychokinesis is written from the standpoint of DC Comics. When a characters refers to Psychokinesis they refer to the ability to move or use something with their mind. If it's anything then it's Telekinesis. If it's fire it's Pyrokinesis. And these terms are group in a "catch-all" term called Psychokinesis. Thank you for adding the content that you did, I will be doing a full, concise, write up of what was discussed here.

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