Bio I am a geek with a love of quality, with humor and wit I plan on spreading what I love with others. I'm also a lover of the great and obscure like Double Fine's goods. With time, I hope to be someone who can provide for Wikia's history.
Nobody disabled your admin rights, you just haven't got the green name like the active admins do. Even if we had removed your admin rights we cannot remove your bureaucrat rights - only Wikia staff or yourself can do that. So you'd be able to restore your rights anyway. There's no reason you shouldn't be able to edit a page.
I'm well aware of that, but that doesn't actually mean they're related. A lot of Japanese children call people who are older than them nii-chan (brother) or nee-chan (sister) as a sign of respect and closeness. I'm not even sure if those two boys are even related. The three of them could even be cousins but no one official has said anything about their relatioships, and I don't think they ever will.
Not a lot, some of them are protagonists or villains in their own shows: most famous would be Mitsuzane Kureshima, others include Ryoma Sengoku, Lock Dealer Sid, Ryusei Sakuta, Kazari, Kuniteru Emoto, some riders in Ryuki (too many to count), Sou Fueki, maybe a few of the kaijin (I lost track of them all), probably more.
Look I don't know the names off the top of my head, mostly because monsters just come and go, and most betrayers are anti-heroes like Kusaka (Kaixa) or go back to being allies. The only definite villains that I know of are Mitsuzane (Ryugen), Ryoma (Duke), Sid (Sigurd), Fueki, Kazari, and maybe a couple others I can't name off the top of my head.
I fail to see the usefulness of a list of betrayals. Some of them, as Zero states, are subjective. Did Redyue betray Roshuo (spellings may be incorrect)? Did Ryouma betray Minato? Or are they simply anti-heroes?
Bear in mind that not all villains are betrayers, and not all betrayers are not villains. How do you plan to establish a difference between the two in a clear-cut manner? Are you wanting a list of those who have betrayed the hero or the villain or both? What about the third party who has no allegiance to either side? Would you define him as a traitor to both?
Why exactly do you need such a list, and why do you feel it is ultimately necessary for the wiki?
There was the Great Leader from the original Showa Series (in all his different forms), Great Emperor Zero, Ambassador Darkness, N-Daguva Zeba, The OverLord, the Oprhnoch King, Mitsuaki Gamo (Sagittarius Zodiarts), Jun Kazu (Utopia Dopant)/Energy Dopant (don't know which counts by final), Sora Takigawa (Gremlin)/Amadum (again not sure what is meant by final), Joker (or Darkroaches or the Cerberus Undead), Death Imagin, Bat Fangire (he's just the king), and Kiyoto Maki (Kyoryu Greed)
"Final decision based on advice from others, Kaiketsu Zubat shall be removed from Tokusatsu Hub as it lacks multiple seasons and related media. I have no authority on other affiliated wikis, so please continue on from there"
Oh, I think not. You don't have the authority, Jake, nor do I see any trace of this "advice". And Dchallofjustice, Digi, Nbajammer and myself had agreed a while ago that Zubat Wiki stays. That would make you outvoted. I've reverted your front page edit.
The advice was from Tim (Jammer) to discuss the issue with Chris (X). But apparently everybody hates me now and want to leave me out of loop including X even in Google Hangouts. As far as I'm concerned, I'm still an adminastrator here, so I do have some authority, not enough but I still have my position.
And James, this only proves my point that you and Tim can't let go of a grudge or tell the difference between malicious intent/mischief or mistakes. A wikia can't be shut down by an upload nor can editors be banned across all wikia as said by a staff member despite what you guys told me.
This has nothing to do with authority, how much, or how long any editor has worked here. As far as I can tell with you and Tim, it's that you guys don't want to be proven wrong or questioned. People get fired from places all the time in spite of how much or how hard they worked. I used to think that the wikia databases were free places that had no prejudice and could see through mistakes and the intent of the editor. But with you and Jammer, and maybe even a couple others, I guess that's not it at all.
If you don't want pointless arguments, stop starting them. How's that for authority? That's not authority - that's you whining because you can't have your way. And my advice to you was to discuss the issue with the other admins - none of whom have acknowledged being asked their opinion by you or anyone else. You want to know why everyone apparently hates you? It's because of your behavior, just like here. We try to bring you into the loop and you pull stuff like this. You may be an administrator here, but in title only. You haven't done any administrating here whatsoever, unlike everyone else. And don't forget that we too have our positions. The problem here is that you want to reward illegal and reprehensible behavior based on a person's edits, even though they violate not only the wiki's rules but also that of Wikia itself and United States copyright law. Why you seem to feel breaking the law is permissible is beyond me. But we're not going to have that here, plain and simple.
He did nothing illegal. He just pasted a vid from another website. The person who uploaded that video on that website is the law breaker. I'm not telling you to unban him, I'm just telling you not to treat him like a criminal.
I'm ready for new projects like an Armor Hero wiki that covers its three season. And a project for Japan's local heroes, including Fujiyama Ichiban.