I took that image myself! t's true! and i also was goign to askt the reason of its deletion. i quit onece wiki so i did not take it from there, so if thats the reason its a wrong reason. why was it deleted? i am sorry for bothering, its just when somebody wrongly accuses me i take action and- okay yeah this is getting intense sorry just please reply
If you want to make Once Upon a Tim edits, go for it, but this is Disney, and there's more than just Once. You can't change the infobox to add Zelena as well, It has to information regarding Theodora only.
Also, look at the character's respective galleries, before you add an image. There's no need for photospamming.
Hi Lola! Since I cannot edit my profile on Once Wiki, can you delete where it says 'I work with images and galleries' blah? Because now that I'm blocked I'm not on that wiki anymore. Maybe when I return Utter will be a little... um, a little humane about my blocks? But, hopefully, if you do this, thank you.
I think it's time we went through the God pages in the Hercules franchise. There appears to be a mixture of actual Greek Mythology and Disney adaption within the infoboxes, especially the relatives sections. There are even links to articles that are not part of the franchise in question.
I saw your recent edit to the Raven/Gallery and Don't Have a Cow page. I was stunned by the quality of the pic. Where did you get the pic and if you have access to the episodes in that quality, could you replace the existing ones with your screenshots?
I just happned to find it (and alot of other ones) online on random sites. I'm there's a site that has a collection of HD screenshots, I would love to use it, but I just happned to stumble upon that image.
If you'd like to be a bit more professional when presenting your reference links, you'll want to use this. Just insert it next to the information like you always do and then fill in the section. The (ref name=" ") is used to reference more than one thing. Casting for example, you can insert the reference link once and use the (ref name=" "/) to connect the rest rather than giving them individual reference links
Unless I haven't told you or I already have, the size for all images uploaded to Disney Wiki have been limited due to a lot quarrels over higher quality. Uploading images that are incredibly and ridiculously big. Images should be no bigger than around 3000 pixels. If you have images that are over that limit then you'll have to make adjustments to their sizes before you upload.
I apologize if this message is too long, but I really need answers about the 5th season of ONCE UPON A TIME.
There's something that's been eating at me about Emma Swan. I'm sure you've heard that Jennifer Morrison is leaving the show after season 6, but there's something I need to know from you about when Emma was the Dark One.
On Wikipedia, in the section for ONCE UPON A TIME called "Creatures and Races", it mentions the Darkness, and it said, and I quote: "Though it's believed Emma has fallen under the Darkness's sway, flashbacks reveal she remains un-corrupted by it."
It also said on her page on Villains Wiki that "she put up an entirely evil facade to keep her loved ones and previous Dark Ones from getting in her way" of destroying the Darkness.
My point is this: was Emma Swan really a villain if she remained un-corrupted by the Darkness? I mean, I know she sent Merida to kill Belle in order to have Rumple save her and turn him into a hero to remove Excalibur, but does Belle count as one of Emma's loved ones? I mean, if Emma was un-corrupted by the Darkness and was actually a kind of Dark Savior, would she really have wanted Belle dead? I read somewhere that "it was never Emma's goal for Belle to die," and that Emma was trying to "achieve her goals" to get ride of the Darkness.
Plus, Emma didn't rip out Violet's heart and tell her to break Henry's heart to be mean or malicious. She did it because she was desperate to end the Darkness. Do you believe this to be true? I read this on a fanfiction story in chapter 3 of "A Storybrooke Christmas". It's on FanFiction.net.
If Emma Swan was the good guy the whole time as the Dark One (and I believe it), why is she listed on Villains Wiki and why does everyone (whether it be critics and/or fans) keep referring to her as a villain when she was the Dark One? She never really succumbed to the Darkness like Anakin Skywalker did in the STAR WARS series.
If you could please answer my questions, and give me your point of view on the whole Dark Swan arc, I would gladly appreciate it. I know it's a lot to ask, but I would just like some closure since Jennifer Morrison is leaving the show. I believe Emma Swan to be a good person and a true hero. She just acts rashly sometimes (example being ripping out Violet's heart and needing her to break Henry's to free Merlin).
I believe she is on the villains wiki because even though she wasn't the true villain of the season arc, she played the role of one, until it was revealed to be Nimue and Dark Hook. I think that is also the reason she is referred to as a villain. She wasn't the true villain of 5A but we as the audience, saw her the villain, until the Hook reveal. She simply went darker, without actually becoming bad.
I'm glad you believe with me that she was the good guy the whole time (if that's what you truly believe), even if her personality was darker. But still, I don't want to sound rude or ungrateful, but your post still leaves some questions unanswered. Like, did Emma really want Belle to die when she sent Merida after her to turn Mr. Gold into a hero? The reason I ask this is because Emma only pretended to be evil to protect her loved ones, so I just wondered if Belle counts as one of those loved ones (in other words, a friend). I just doesn't seem possible that Emma would want one of her friends (a good guy) dead.
Do you also believe what I said and read about Emma ripping out Violet's heart? It's like an old saying: "Desperate times call for desperate measures."
I apologize for so many questions, but they're important ones to me that I would like answered. I would really appreciate it.
I don't think Emma thought Belle was going to die, because her entire plan was dependant on Gold becoming a hero, but she took that risk anyway because she was darker. And I agree with what you said about Emma ripping out Violet's heart out of neccessity - it was the only way to free Merlin.
Right, I knew that part. Just wasn't sure what you meant by Emma causing harm to her loved ones, but now I know. The reason I ask all this is because I want to know if everyone (fans, the creators of the show, etc.) believe this and if it's really true fact: was Emma Swan really the good guy the whole time as the Dark One (since she didn't really fully succumb to the Darkness) and not a villain at all (even though she made everyone think she was evil)?