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Aug 19th 2016 at 3:31:09 PM •••

So if more than one point of view is present, it's Natter, but we don't want edit wars... but no one description of how a trope fits into a work will please everyone, even if the trope is squarely in the work. Maybe with a trope about a visual device, yes, but with more substantive tropes, it's not so clear cut. Any character who's a Jerkass Woobie to one reader is just a Complete Monster to another, and any All-Loving Hero to one reader is just a Smug Super to someone else... it really does a disservice to both the work and the wiki's goals to only show one point of view.

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Oct 9th 2016 at 8:30:50 PM •••

You can give alternate viewpoint without nattering. Just use proper Example Indentation in Trope Lists and focus on writing your own example instead of talking to another. For objective tropes, there's discussion.

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Jul 24th 2011 at 1:15:04 AM •••

I understand why the page was locked, but it really should be "...try to disarm such conflicts..." not "...try and disarm such conflicts..." :)

Mar 11th 2012 at 6:20:52 PM •••

"The great thing about quotes on the Internet is that you can claim anybody said anything you want and everyone will believe you" - William Shakespeare.

Jan 4th 2013 at 10:46:35 PM •••

...did I actually post that? *facepalm*

I guess the real question is, what's it doing on the page? It's pretty random, and the staff don't usually approve of randomness on trope pages.

Jan 9th 2013 at 11:45:52 AM •••

Honestly, I'm not sure either. I came here looking for that actually. *laughs sheepishly*

But really, almost every other page has an actual quote. There is an alternative "real" quote. Why are we using this one?

Telcontar MOD
Jan 9th 2013 at 12:52:57 PM •••

Good point, and it's a better one anyway, IMO. I'll ask for a swap.

Oct 30th 2010 at 3:03:44 PM •••

Most edit wars only get the Real Life sections of articles removed, and prohibiting them from being put back in.

Jan 6th 2011 at 3:40:18 PM •••

I wonder if it's locked specifically to prevent that.

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