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Dinoman972

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  • I am a dinosaur (duh)
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  • DINOMAN/SPINOSAURUS, VIEJO AMIGO!!! Tras años sin saber de tí, no sabía que estabas activo aquí... Adivina quien soy, anda, soy de Sporepedia 2 :D

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  • Thanks for classifying my fiction

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  • It literally has a marker to say that it is not meant to contain creatures with wings derived from limbs.

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    • Yes, I know that, but how does a simple mistake "reflect badly" on the creator and/or the classifier?

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    • It makes it look like you classified it on impulse.

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  • Hello again, Dinoman! I've been working on the creature page for the Solariean Empire, and I remembered how my fiction is meant to be introduced into yours.

    Basically, I have a small query; Must the spaceship that crashes be one of the "military ones"? Or, could the spacecraft just be an orbital spaceship that got lost?

    I'm asking about this because I'm working on a fiction story at the moment.

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  • Twice you removed my post, which brings context to the discussion.

    I don't know whether you are doing this by accident, but if not, do not do this. Protecting your classification this way would be purposefully impeding the project.

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    • Dinoman82 confirmed that he missed my comment the first time and thinks it can be reclassified again if a better taxon fits it. So the discussion to reclassify is open once more.

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    • I'm so sorry, I don't know what happened there. I'm not sure of how Wikia exactly works, but could it be because I had a bad connection and edited a version previous to that of your response?

      And if there is a better taxon the Gashkan can be moved to, I'm happy with that. The "It's OK because Dinoman972 classified it" didn't really convince me, anyways. Again, sorry if it was me.

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    • Alright, the first time when my comment was removed may have been a sever-side problem. Like I said I was unsure.

      The second time you removed both my comments and while not adding anything. It just looked really suspicious by that point. Of course you might have thought my stuff was added after the discussion concluded (which is still not okay to do, but a mistake none-the-less).

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    • I swear I didn't see any of your arguments when I opened the page. I didn't even get notified of them: the notification said Dinoman82 had posted, but nothing about you. Although the edit history proves it was me who somehow did it. Might have been a server error again, because the only other explanation I can find is that I was writing very fast and accidentally deleted the text, something that rarely happens to me when writing with my phone (and if it happened, I would probably have noticed, then quickly exited the page without saving and rewrited my post).

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  • Thalea is a mammal, not a dinosaur. If you're going to classify it, read the lore on the page and do it correctly instead of just looking at the design, thank you.

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    • Veruni wrote: I'd honestly prefer the article be deleted, i posted this many years ago and it's one of my regrets coming back to bother me. i just don't know how to go about that.

      Umm... OK, I guess.

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  • I've noticed that you reclassified several of my creations, and based on the Recent Changes log, the creations of other users too. Unless a page explicitly has the taxonomy request template, you should under no circumstances reclassify another user's fiction, particularly when you do not have their permission to do so.

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    • Yes, it should stay where I placed it. It's an alien species whose evolution was guided by the Oikoumene, directly related to the dromaeosaurid Libertus. Given that it's an alien, it simply lacks one of the features which distinguishes real-life dromaeosaurids.

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    • Alright, then. Thanks, again.

      EDIT: OK, so another thing. Should I put the Miluiel and the Adelphi back again in the Capriasaurus genus, then?

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  • And they especially don't go anywhere in there other than therapsida

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    • Dinoman972 wrote: Again, I believe Chimeria should be moved. I just don't think there's anywhere it could fit in. Also, if it doesn't fit in Chimeria, then where do you think it fits?

      Amphisauria, or whateer that taxon is called

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    • Amphisaurotetrapodidae? I guess that if I just let a fish-amphibian-raptor with feathers go in Ichthyostegalia, Indominus can be a reptilomorph as well.

      Alright, but I don't guarantee it will stay there when a better taxon pops up/Chimeria is moved out of Mammalia.

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  • Hallo, right, so, this is just a small notice to let you know that I finally got around to creating the Solariean (the creature page I mean), so please feel free to use that as a reference. I'm not completely done with it though. (Gotta write the physiology, etc)

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  • The taxonomy guidelines specifically state this:

    "If no real life taxon exists that makes sense, consider a made-up one--but keep in mind that real-world taxa take priority over fictional ones."

    Recently, with administrator guidance, the taxonomy guidelines were cleaned up to clarify this among countless other things. Given that you tried to place a real-world taxon inside a fictional one, I assume you have not checked since before the update--so I suggest rereading them before making any more taxonomy-related changes to the wiki.

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    • Yes, body shape.

      Tinamou is technically part of the ratite lineage in real life and can fly.

      Cockatrices are not dragons for the same reason Ropens aren't. They both fit seamlessly into existing real-world scientific classifications--Scansoriopterygidae and Rhamphorhynchoidea, respectively (though Ropen would likely get its own family)--making them a lot like, say, a kitsune or a nekomata. If true six-limbed dragons existed in real life, their mythical counterparts would be classified with them too.

      Also, please stop removing fictional taxon templates. They are there for reason. EDIT: sorry I thought it was you but it was opdagon

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    • Oh, alright. Thanks for the information.

      Disgustedorite wrote: Also, please stop removing fictional taxon templates. They are there for reason. EDIT: sorry I thought it was you but it was opdagon

      No problem.

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