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<div class="quote">Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:<br /><div class="quote">CoolDudeAl wrote:<br /><div class="quote">Lady Junky wrote:<br /><div class="quote">Arctucrus wrote:
 
<div class="quote">Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:<br /><div class="quote">CoolDudeAl wrote:<br /><div class="quote">Lady Junky wrote:<br /><div class="quote">Arctucrus wrote:
 
All the more reason not to force one person's interpretation of what could obviously be several different interpretations on everyone else, and just leave a simple, blanket statement.
 
All the more reason not to force one person's interpretation of what could obviously be several different interpretations on everyone else, and just leave a simple, blanket statement.
</div>That's exactly the problem of your statements. If we put what you and CDA suggested, we will say that all elements from Frozen happened, but are changed. Clearly, some events prolly/could not happened. Olaf is not canon in OUAT, and the Duke could definitely not be a part of Elsa's story. By adding your statement, we would say that he is a part of Elsa's story, which is not true.<br />Better to check all mentioned elements.
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</div>That's exactly the problem of your statements. If we put what you and CDA suggested, we will say that all elements from Frozen happened, but are changed. Clearly, some events prolly/could not happened. Olaf is not canon in OUAT, and the Duke could definitely not be a part of Elsa's story. By adding your statement, we would say that he is a part of Elsa's story, which is not true.<br />Better to check all mentioned elements.</div>Well, according to Adam and Eddy all the events are same as seen in the movie, so it wouldn't be untrue. What your suggesting will turn into a huge problem, with people arguing over ever little line and what it means. And it would still leave out things that have to had happened, for anything to even make sense.</div>'''They said Olaf's story wouldn't be a part of the show, but they never said it wasn't part of that universe.''' My headcanon is that soon after Frozen Fever (A year before 4x01's flashbacks) he went off to see the world.</div>
</div>Well, according to Adam and Eddy all the events are same as seen in the movie, so it wouldn't be untrue. What your suggesting will turn into a huge problem, with people arguing over ever little line and what it means. And it would still leave out things that have to had happened, for anything to even make sense.</div>'''They said Olaf's story wouldn't be a part of the show, but they never said it wasn't part of that universe.''' My headcanon is that soon after Frozen Fever (A year before 4x01's flashbacks) he went off to see the world.
 
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Exactly. We can't just exclude Olaf from a summary of Frozen -- he was a big part of it.
 
Exactly. We can't just exclude Olaf from a summary of Frozen -- he was a big part of it.
   
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Again, a blanket statement just allows people to create their own headcanons as to how much is part of the show, and how much isn't. There wouldn't be edit wars.
 
Again, a blanket statement just allows people to create their own headcanons as to how much is part of the show, and how much isn't. There wouldn't be edit wars.
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After all, edit wars are a sign of unhealthiness of a wiki. If we want to stay a "healthy wiki," shouldn't we try to prevent edit wars, and do what's best for the well-being of our little website and community?
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It's like why we don't include ship pages. Ships are a huge part of the show, just like the films ''Frozen'' and ''Brave''. However, not every part of every ship is in fact part of the show, because a lot of people form their own headcanons and the like, so it's best to leave ship pages out and just reference ships srictly factually where they come up. This is the same thing -- We don't want to include summaries of the movies, especially because we don't even know what is and isn't in the show's canon, so it's best to just write a blanket statement and refer to them as strictly factually as we can.

Latest revision as of 19:17, November 8, 2015

Edward Zachary Sunrose wrote:
CoolDudeAl wrote:
Lady Junky wrote:
Arctucrus wrote:

All the more reason not to force one person's interpretation of what could obviously be several different interpretations on everyone else, and just leave a simple, blanket statement.

That's exactly the problem of your statements. If we put what you and CDA suggested, we will say that all elements from Frozen happened, but are changed. Clearly, some events prolly/could not happened. Olaf is not canon in OUAT, and the Duke could definitely not be a part of Elsa's story. By adding your statement, we would say that he is a part of Elsa's story, which is not true.
Better to check all mentioned elements.
Well, according to Adam and Eddy all the events are same as seen in the movie, so it wouldn't be untrue. What your suggesting will turn into a huge problem, with people arguing over ever little line and what it means. And it would still leave out things that have to had happened, for anything to even make sense.
They said Olaf's story wouldn't be a part of the show, but they never said it wasn't part of that universe. My headcanon is that soon after Frozen Fever (A year before 4x01's flashbacks) he went off to see the world.

Exactly. We can't just exclude Olaf from a summary of Frozen -- he was a big part of it.

See, these are the issues that anything other than what CoolDudeAI and I are suggesting cause. Some people would want to include Olaf in the history sections, and some people wouldn't. 

Again, a blanket statement just allows people to create their own headcanons as to how much is part of the show, and how much isn't. There wouldn't be edit wars.

After all, edit wars are a sign of unhealthiness of a wiki. If we want to stay a "healthy wiki," shouldn't we try to prevent edit wars, and do what's best for the well-being of our little website and community?

It's like why we don't include ship pages. Ships are a huge part of the show, just like the films Frozen and Brave. However, not every part of every ship is in fact part of the show, because a lot of people form their own headcanons and the like, so it's best to leave ship pages out and just reference ships srictly factually where they come up. This is the same thing -- We don't want to include summaries of the movies, especially because we don't even know what is and isn't in the show's canon, so it's best to just write a blanket statement and refer to them as strictly factually as we can.

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