Sharing videos, creating and expanding pages, Creative Commons, experienced user's, powerful creatures, weapons, good music, power, my computer, being encouraged, high-quality images, iced tea, users i trust, being acknowledged, fannotations and showcases, speaking with other users via video conversation, hardcore marvel fans and star wars fans editing on disney wiki, blogs that spark my interests and the Wikia Fandom.
Being ostracized, being blocked, being kicked, bad messages, users who hurt my feelings, asinine users, not having free range, the wiki not being complete and not having enough information, users betraying my trust, computer freezes, not being acknowledged, condescending users, administrators and staff, being scolded or talk down to like a child, feeling and being powerless as well as vulnerable, Wiki's i can't edit, Disney Wiki's spotlight being stolen by other wiki's, being called rude and low, being in a weaker position.
Powers and abilities
Light and Darkness Telekinesis Pyrokinesis Geo-thermokinesis Meteor Summoning Electrokinesis Chronokinesis Healing factor Shapeshifting Hand to Hand Combat Enhanced Swordsmanship Feral Mind Spatial Manipulation Dimensional Storage Power Mixture Alchemy
My username is Byzantinefire i am a high ranking user on Disney Wiki and i have also founded 3 wiki's and adopted 5 i love certain aspects of but most of all i love the acquisitions disney has made over the years like Star Wars and Marvel and i see a great potential for Disney Wiki in that regard and side note i hope to attract competent users from various wiki's to edit on Disney Wiki if they have the time i have also listed users from other wiki's who have cached my eye and who i think might be good for Disney Wiki.
My Usersname's Namesake
Greek fire was the secret weapon of the Eastern Roman Emperors. It is said to have been invented by a Syrian Engineer, one Callinicus, a refugee from Maalbek, in the seventh century (673 AD). The "liquid fire" was hurled on to the ships of their enemies from siphons and burst into flames on contact. As it was reputed to be inextinguishable and burned even on water, it caused panic and dread. Its introducation into warfare of its time was comparable in its demoralizing influence to the introducation of nuclear weapons in our time. Both Arab and Greek sources agree that it surpassed all incendiary weapons in destruction. The secret behind the Greek fire was handed down from one emperor to the next for centuries. Rumors about its composition include such chemicals as liquid petroleum, naphtha, burning pitch, sulphur, resin, quicklimeand bitumen, along with some other "secret ingredient". The exact composition, however, remains unknown. For a thorough investigation of the weapon one can refer to Professor J.R. Partington's book, "A history of the Greek Fire and Gunpowder", Heffer, 1960. This volume quotes the ancient authorities extensively, with an excellent commentary. It also examines ancient and modern theories on the composition of the chemicals used in the Greek Fire. This is considered the most up to date source on the subject.
Both the academic discussion around Greek fire and a medieval demonstration of it appear in the 1999 novel Timeline and its 2003 film adaption.
A similar substance, known as "wildfire", is used in a naval battle in the book A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin. This green substance is deployed in fragile clay jars, never from tubes, and is apparently partly magical in nature, but, like Greek fire, it burns on water.
A self-igniting liquid was referred to as "Greek fire" in Season 1 Episodes 7-11 of the BBC America television series Copper.
Greek fire was used in the episode "The Mask of Doom, Part III" of the Fantastic Four 1994 TV series to thwart the Persians and Dr Doom.
Greek fire is a common weapon used in the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, as well as its spin-off series, The Heroes of Olympus. Rick Riordan's version of the weapon is green, however.
Called Byzantine fire, it was used in the last episode of Robin Hood (2006 TV series). Greek fire also plays a part in the saving the city of Boston from destruction in the novel, "The Technologists" by Matthew Pearl (Random House, 2012).
This User's Χ-blade will open a door — one that leads to all worlds. Then, Keyblade bearing warriors will flock here from each and every one of them, to battle for the light within Kingdom Hearts! And just like the legend says, the Keyblade War will begin!.
Has an absolute strong love of Marvel, Star Wars and Kingdom Hearts and hates when other users from disney wiki refuses to edit here and deferring to other wiki's to edit or expand and extremely hates the idea of downsizing the said related articles here for whatever reason and feels extremely insulted when other users agrees to such things.
Is as graceful as an assassin and prefer things done quickly.
Likes playing video games like Kingdom Hearts and Assassins Creed.
Likes Greek, Roman, Celtic, Gaelic, Nordic, Moorish, Byzantine and various historic and current cultures.
Likes various weapons and machines, highly favors the sword.
Believes Disney Wiki should be like the old Library of Alexandria.
He also shares some character traits with Peter Pan, both possess a nonchalant, devil-may-care attitude, and is fearlessly cocky when it comes to putting themselves in danger, and also very judgmental and pompous, they misunderstands the wishes of other and angrily assume they want to turn against them. Nonetheless, they both possess a strong sense of justice and is always quick to assist those in danger.
Hates being blocked from other wiki's and would never forgive infinite bans for whatever reasons.
Strongly believes that some pages like the main page or upcoming character pages should not be locked.