Perhaps there could be categories for Heroes and Villains. It would distinguish characters between Heroes and Villains, group them all together if a user needed to find heroes and/or villains in general, and let others know who the heroes and villains are. The show likes to emphasize the difference of heroes and villains and these words are said many times throughout the series.
Hi, I'm not Kyle but I can answer this. The wiki decided years ago not to do this, because as OUAT has showed, the lines between hero and villain are blurred. Some don't even fit in the two, and are anti-heroes, anti-villains, and middle ground characters. :-)
How does it make sense that Roni who was called Regina is still Roni? Regina is in Storybrooke/the United Realms and only Roni in Hyperion Heights. She was called Regina which means she is in fact Regina.
I noticed an issue on the NFTL template. Under the New Enchanted Forest, it says separated from New Agrabah when it should say separated from the Enchanted Forest and vice versa for New Agrabah. It needs to get fixed so it is correct and accurate.
Under the New Enchanted Forest, it says separated from New Agrabah, but shouldn't it say separated from the Enchanted Forest and the same for New Agrabah and Agrabah? The NEF and EF are two separate realms.
I don't believe so. I mean, I might be wrong. But if you look at the Fairy Tale Land page under the same heading, the "location" section is meant to inform the reader of where other locations are in regards to the realm in that world. It wouldn't make sense to add "The New Enchanted Forest is separate from the Enchanted Forest," because they are two separate worlds.
Hello, why did you revert my edit on Emma Rigby's page? Wikipedia is very often wrong when it comes to Hollyoaks, Emma's first appearance as Hannah was 30/09/2005 and she appeared in 389 episodes, as proved here.
Thanks! IMDb is missing a lot from around 1995-2007 for the programme so it's not 100% reliable, and in turn Wikipedia isn't as it appears to use IMDb as a source. I probably should have used the List of appearances page as my source in the edit summary...
Hi there! Figured you might change the spelling of rabbit-hole. In the event the original spelling/stylization of something (it's "rabbit-hole" in the book) conflicts with the OUAT/IW universe, you defer to OUAT style?
Hi Knave, thanks for your excellent contributions to the wiki :-)
The number one canon on this wiki is the show itself. Since the title of the first episode of the spin-off is "Down the Rabbit Hole", we use "rabbit hole", not "rabbit-hole". The alternate spelling can be added to trivia, though :-)