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Once again, please enjoy your stay, as I look forward to seeing you become a regular editor around these parts! —This comment was made by the most awesome user on this wiki, November Blue (the most awesome user's talk page • the most awesome user's contributions).
Alright, I'm going to be blunt with you.
First, don't insult or generalize the entirety of this community over the actions of one user. I'm not going to sit here and let you judge all of us simply because you're upset over copied material. And if you think for a second that this entire wiki is going to be deleted purely because of this, you've got another thing coming. The most that will happen is Raze getting banned for a while, or maybe even for good, who knows.
Now, I will handle the copyright material. Blatantly copying things that other users have worked on and putting them on your page as if you yourself wrote them is indeed very wrong, and we don't tolerate it. However, we admins aren't all-knowing; we can't be expected to know whether or not certain material is copied or not (I myself don't watch/read Kenichi, nor do I watch/read Naruto, so fat chance of me knowing about it). Add to that, we actually have lives, which means we can't be on here 24/7 and monitor every page that is updated.
And finally, if you are still interested in joining this wiki, I implore that you, again, do not judge this entire community simply because one of us got lazy with his writing. It will be handled, and we welcome any users willing to join. Yeeeeeah! Now it's a party! (talk) 02:00, September 2, 2013 (UTC)
"But I can't say which disgusts me more; the total lack of creativity and honor of the users or the total ignorance and lack of attention by this site's Administration."
That's what we refer to as insulting. Not all users here are uncreative drags with no honor, and not all of the admins are ignorant (translation: stupid).
Consider, then, that we admins most of the time aren't even aware of such copied material? As I just said, I have no real knowledge of the series that you've pointed out, and I'm one of the most active admins on this site. Unless you had intervened, I would have had no knowledge of this. Don't assume that we all are anime-savvy, as mentioned before.
As I said, the issue is being handled. If Raze does not comply within the next little bit, I will remove the page myself, and he will be punished appropriately. Yeeeeeah! Now it's a party! (talk) 02:17, September 2, 2013 (UTC)
The matter regarding Van Satonaka's Article is currently dealt privately between Raze, I, and several other users. Given enough time and effort, the entire situation could had been resolved in a peaceful and precise manner. It is being handled but a better course could had been a simple message to the Administration of the TBF Wiki. As to what Blank said, not all of us are quite knowledgeable in Naruto. I myself was unaware of it until it was brought it up recently. And please, do not generalize the entire Wiki, I understand it was a poor choice of words but it could easily be misinterpreted.
But I also would like to note that the Article in question had gone through several major rewrites. And the User, had been inactive for almost half a year before he resumed editing in Late July. Through Darkness I Find Salvation
The user, Razeoflight, as agreed to comply to our rulings. We thank you for bringing this matter to our attention, and we encourage you to take part in this wiki if you still have the desire to. We will do everything in our power to make your time here more... or should I say "less" problematic.
Thank you. And on a side note, I apologize for my earlier, hostile sounding messages. A night before a monday with an issue such as this can drive one's nerves out of control. Yeeeeeah! Now it's a party! (talk) 03:11, September 2, 2013 (UTC)
Hello there, I'm Kenji Hiroshi. I want to discuss something you brought up on Talk:Van Satonaka, mostly because it deals more with me than it does with Raze. And that's the technique under the Nigendō heading, called Kizuimōka (気随猛火, Willful Flames). You stated this on Van's article:
- "This technique is a rip-off of Sasuke Uchiha's Amaterasu Blaze Release shield. Even right down to the actual wording used."
- —Extract from Van's talk page.
I was the one who made the technique, originally posted here: Nigendō. So if there's any issues taken with it then it should be directed to me, if you wouldn't mind, as I originally made the Nigendō as a personal style for one of my characters. Razo was faultless in that.
Now, with that said, I'll happily admit it was based upon the Amaterasu technique you referenced. But I can honestly say that none of that content was copied; I was actually quite careful not to when I made it, as I was actually on the Administration team at the time of its writing; as well as a Bureaucrat: so copying anything would've been a big no-no. At the time of the writing, which was November 4th of 2012, the Amaterasu article looked very different than it does now on Narutopedia; so I'll link you to both: one showing its state on November 4th as a reference and its current version.
- Nigendo links: The version of the Nigendō article linked here is the version where the technique was added. Its content hasn't changed since that day.
- These are the links to Narutopedia: The November 4th 2012 link (http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Blaze_Release:_Kagutsuchi?oldid=709967 here) and the current version of that page (http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Blaze_Release:_Kagutsuchi here).
With respects to your viewpoint, if you read both of those versions on Narutopedia and then compare them with my own spell on Nigendō you'll see that while the technique is designed after the one you referenced, the wording I used was my own. Thank you for your time. Kenji-Taichō (Talk) 16:45, September 2, 2013 (UTC)