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I just want you to know that if you are going to copy the existing powers onto this wiki, you will have to use characters from fan fictional material instead of the ones from canon material. Is that alright? ChocolateElemental (talk) 16:21, July 7, 2019 (UTC)

Good to be here dude.--Morningstar123

Regarding your Past StatementsEdit

TBH, your negative stance with overly specific things and excessive detail is what I find nonsensicle, and that stance alone will just affect quality in a bad way. It's not like the said articles will bring a negative impact in terms of the quality of said wikis. The benefit of excessive/overly specific things is that they are more honest in terms of what they show you. However, as for disallowing excessive/overly specific details, this will just end up being a massive disadvantage whenever it comes to quality, and that sort of action will just decrease the honesty, which I wouldn't exactly stand for. The articles you've been talking about aren't even the exact duplicate of a specific article anyways, they are only similar and are known to be variations to the powers. The entire point of encyclopedias/wikipedias are for only adding in (not creating) things that aren't documented yet, and too archive whatever information regarding the thing is for people to learn and spread wisdom, they aren't creativity competitions to see who has the most originality and ideas, and moreover, I have been witnessing overly specific/excessive details plenty of times in my life and I still don't see how those two factors can have a negative impact on the quality of something in a negative way. ChocolateElemental (talk) 18:20, August 26, 2019 (UTC)

About your Transcendent Homo Superior Physiology EditsEdit

First of all, it begs the question, how would a Human be a Transcendent Homo Superior without empowerments or micromutations, with the exception of only having massive mental capabilities? Are there even examples of that? I doubt it.

Additionally, the also called list is fine the way it is, the names do define Transcendent Metahumans accurately. ChocolateElemental (talk) 11:58, October 30, 2019 (UTC)

The whole point of Metahumans is that they not only have superpowers, but they could also have abilities that are on par with normal to peak Humans, such as Enhanced to Supernatural Condition. Heck, Transcendent Metahumans can possibly have Absolute Condition. Especially mental whenever it comes to any mental powers. On the other hand however, is that Transcendent Homo Superior Physiology already covers the idea of a Transcendent Human anyways. Sorry, but that's how it all is pretty much. ChocolateElemental (talk) 12:06, October 30, 2019 (UTC)

Eh, I don't know dude, because the things you mention doesn't feel true. Even if you show me evidence of those scenarios otherwise, it still wouldn't be a good idea to add Transcendent Human Physiology. This is because Transcendent Homo Superior already covers that, unless you want to add in the name into the Also Called list in the same article, then that will be better. ChocolateElemental (talk) 13:38, October 30, 2019 (UTC)

Uh, the point of superpowers is that they are supernatural, hence the prefix. Godly powers like Absolute Strength count as a superpower as well. While gaining Peak Human Conditioning and skills are powers to begin with. So yes, god-level abilities being not superpowers isn't exactly true pretty much, since supernatural is the main factor of how superpowers are defined. ChocolateElemental (talk) 14:45, October 30, 2019 (UTC)

Deleting Some Select Things I've Documented and UploadedEdit

Since I've witnessed that you do have a separate account where you are an admin, can you please delete some select articles and images? That'll be much appreciated.



ChocolateElemental (talk) 00:17, October 31, 2019 (UTC)

The RulesEdit

  1. It should be noted that since this is a fanon variation to the Superpower Wiki, which in hand allows only characters that are deemed canon and official, only fan-made characters (that can also stem from spinoffs, machinimas, fan made sequels to expansions, what have you), like OCs, and Freaks (which are more in common with Garry's Mod made machinimas). Additionally, this wiki also allows individuals and races of folklore.
  2. If the powers documented don't have any users available in terms of fanon characters even though the official characters are disallowed here, then I'm afraid the powers shouldn't be documented here, at least not yet until there will be a fanon user with said power to debut. ChocolateElemental (talk) 17:54, November 4, 2019 (UTC)

Transcendent Nephalem Pysiology Edit

I think the page is as accurate as it can get right now. Though things ,ay chane in the future...--Morningstar123


AZS, you have to always consider more before taking action on things, and you are going out of control. I'm so SICK and tired, of repeating what I've said before, the SCP Foundation is made an official series, so PLEASE stop it. The rules aren't hidden, they're on the main page of the wiki. 😑 *facepalm* ChocolateElemental (talk) 17:11, November 29, 2019 (UTC)

Still, don't do it. You're simply making this wiki messy and taking things out of control. Sure, wikis can be fun to use and all, but trust me, there's always going to be some certain rules to balance things out, and you will have to follow, as well as remember them. I was expecting the FANON community to get back to me eventually into becoming an admin of this wiki, but they haven't yet. So please, try your best to follow the guidelines. ChocolateElemental (talk) 22:58, December 1, 2019 (UTC)

Goblinoid Physiology Edit

Arrange the users section properly please.-Morningstar1123

Goblinoid Physiology Edit

Sorry i should have been more specific. I meant specify which goblins are mytholoical, and when you say media there are thousands. Specify which one.-Morningstar1123

Goblinoid Physiology Edit

Welcome bro--Morningstar123

Ghouls Edit

The human undead ghouls are an idea from the European countries and they were considered undead demonic beings. 

This thing you keep doing were you say, it's just a reachable position, makes no sense. In that regard any short person who steals is a goblin any good person is an angel and every tree hugger is dryad. It's called metaphor dude. Metaphorically all these entities could be people but within each each story they are anything but.--Morningstar123

😧 it was an example. And the arabian nights is a literary group of religious texts. Send me proof that they aren't demons because in wikipedia they are categorised as demons. Also something called comparative mythology exists, so they DO possess comparable traits.

Marids are huge, but the race known as giants are completely different and nowhere near as powerful. --Morningstar123

Bro, i am trying really hard to be calm as i explain this to you but youre making it really difficult. 

Islam isnt comparable to other religions? Dont mean to be rude, but islam isn't mkre special than other religions. All Abrahamic religions are comparable whether you like it or not. And as they have origins from zoroastrianism they are comparable to it as well. Can you drop this already? Its one thing to love your religion and another to act the fool because of it.

Arabian nights was written during the islamic golden age so it was influenced by islam. That doesnt mean its a religious book. Its just a book that has records of the entities prevalent in islamic and arabian culture. I dont know what you've been reading but they were compared to the gallu, to shedims(who are jinns anyway) and their mortality has been compared to buddhist gods.

In islam ghouls are the jinn children of iblis, who is a demon king, and in Europe they are evil spirits of dead sinners. The only variant that isnt demonic is the cursed variant, a curse caused by cannibalism. Considering that almost all jinns are a type of demon, i dont even understand  why you're arguing. They are humans with superpowers? What are your sources because in all honesty that sounds like bullshit. 

There are no demonic undead in norse or greek myth. Dont even start. 

Yeah duh they arent jinn in those religions because jinn are islamic and arabian entities. 😑--Morningstar123

"I meant the Islam isn't comparable in meaning of words and terms"- Sorry but you dont get to decide that. The fact is, its already been compared and there really is nothing you can do about it.

"because everything godly and supernatural in other religion in Islam just humans and demons"-Not all jinn are demons, meaning there is a difference between demons and pure bred jinn. Also angels exist. Just because there are only 3 major races in islam does not mean it cant be compared. You are literally argueing against something that has already been done.

"but that thing different kinda than christianity because there is concept not exist in christianity like Jinn, also shayatin (demons) they are obviously different than satans.I agreed with about there are many mythical beings resemble to Jinn and comparable to them like unseelie and spiritual fairies, ikiryo, daeva, shedim but they are not actually jinn"-If by satans you mean fallen angels then sorry to say youre wrong. A demon is a demon regardless of setting and will always have similar traits. I said comparitive, not exactly the same. I understand that youre english is bad, but if you dont understand something just use the dictionary.

"that remind me with divs a kind of ogre like jinn from persian folklore they are also similar to ghouls because in Persian and Arabian folklore ghouls are mixed with giants, ogres and trolls due to their similarity (both of four beings are big cannibals)"-...Divs are demons and can take any form, so there is not and cannot be any link to trolls. I have personally never seen a comparison between daevas/divs and jinn and they are not similar. Ghouls are not 'mixed' with any other entity apart from jinn. What have you been reading bruh? You had better send me your sources quick cuz it sounds like someone has been feeding ou some crazy shit. Even wikipedia might be more accurate than your sources.

"honestly I like to discuss with you because you always told me your reasons see ya"-Thanks bro. Till next time.


Well, to be fair, I see your point, but as long as the info is linked to sources, and if the Wikipedia site could improve more and more for the better over time, then I'm sure it'll be more worth using, unlike the present day. I'm sure of it. You are more than welcome to give me a link to Google Book so I can see what it looks like and how it functions. ChocolateElemental (talk) 20:52, April 3, 2020 (UTC)

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