Hi, I'm still kinda new to editing things on wikia. I want to talk to you because I found out that Salvation from Survivor: Champions (South Africa) was technically a real tribe. It would probably be described as a "Ghost Tribe". Even though it consists of the former captains, Salvation would technically be a tribe because in the intro, Salvation was treated like a tribe like Juara.
I'm just wondering if you agree about me doing the page of Salvation. Because I thought that Salvation should at least have a page for at least a little recognition.
Ok, I thought Salvation was technically a real tribe even though it consisted of the captains. Another reason why I thought it was real tribe was because the captains were given their own buffs. The buffs were purple.
So I was wondering. How can you make the these? For a separate project I'm working on I want to implement these to indicate current teams and previous teams for all contestants. Could you possibly set me up with the code to transfer to this other wikia? If not, I'm fine with it. Thanks for reading.
Sorry to bother you again, but I must be stupid and I do not understand the code. Could you give be a run-through on for example, a contestant was originally on the green Crocs, then was switched to the brown Eagles, and merged into a purple "Merge".
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Let me know what you think, and if you want to proceed I can get the ball rolling.
Sorry about that--I know you've had this conversation before. I know we were set to activate discussions on January 1st, after the end of the season. Is that still good or would you like me to do it now?
Explain why we should use the SurvivorWiki social media profiles, because I am completely unable to understand your point of view.
Would it be optimal if we could use a set of social media profiles meant for the Wiki? Yes, I'd agree that would be the best case scenario. However, we should only be doing this if the profiles are well-run (something that I haven't seen the profiles doing since at least 2015) in that it represents the Wiki as an entity rather than as an individual expressing personal opinion.
They are run, I believe, by an individual with his own opinions, and should not represent the Wiki as a whole. If that individual wants to run it, by all means he can run it, but it should not be advertised on our Wiki so publicly.
So please help me to understand your point of view. (Keep things professional -- intimidation really isn't a good look on anyone.)
Shouldn't we list the members of the winning teams on the episode pages? Listing things like "Red Team", "Purple Team" doesn't really give any helpful information if we don't know who was on which team.