So it could be like near or close the end where Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang come across this strange girl who lights a fire (Simmilar to that Simpsons Episode) that shows their futures.
Ruby could be an average girl (Like she told Yang in one of the season 1 episodes) that takes care of Zwei who looks older and a bit chubby and she kinda goes out every once in a while to fight nearby grimm that approch her house.
Weiss could be a captain of her own team that fights for the greater good and protects the innocent of other troubled towns that need saving from the dark forces that lurk the towns.
Blake could be engaged with Sun as they lived in a house in a town or a jungle and have this unnamed child which is a parret faunus (Don't ask how) and they are dealing how to deal with the faunus racisim problem then it shows Blake and Sun watches their child play in one of the sports that he is in.
Yang could be where she wins multipe fighting tournaments and then she then goes back to revisit the place where Raven disapeared and then in sudden shock, Raven came back as Yang pulled her back up as she broke down in tears of how she was happy that she came back as Raven sushes Yang and then they start looking for Ruby to bring her the news of Raven's return.
If we require a category for the gods without only having them in it, perhaps we can create a category that lists magical or supernatural creatures found within the series? These would, aside from the gods, also include Jinn, Salem, Ozpin, the Grimm and perhaps the Maidens if we take the 'magical creatures' route rather then 'supernatural creatures' one.
Let me start by saying this isn't any sort of warning, reprimand, etc.
Recently you've frequently been stepping into heated discussions to ask people to stop. There's nothing wrong that; in fact your desire to help quell arguments is admirable. However, your choice of word in doing so is often questionable, and you tend to intervene in situations where staff is already involved.
Just a bit of general advice.
If you see a discussion getting heated (or already turned into an argument), your best option is to alert a moderator or admin directly; rather than get involved yourself.
If you are already involved before things go south, I personally suggest that you pause, take a few deep breaths, and then politely request that other parties involved do the same. Step away for a few minutes to clear their head; or simply walk away from the argument entirely.
Should the argument persists, you would be best served stepping away, alerting staff, and avoiding further involvement.
Yeah, i’ve been thinking about my activity this past year, making bad points, getting reprimanded constantly, phrasing errors, what you mentioned, some other stuff, etc. I’ve really started to feel bad about it, so this advice helps. Thanks.
Also i’m sorry to anyone who was annoyed by my recent behavior, and i’ll work on improving myself.
I'd say rolling back is important for when the mere fact that a page has been edited is a spoiler (in this case, it was) or, especially, when they write a spoiler in the edit summary. Rolling back removes the edit from the wiki activity feed (unless wiki decides to glitch). Otherwise, regular undo's are helpful.
I never want to become one of those alcholics, i've seen how they are, my Fathers father was one and my dad said that he used to yell all the time, but now my grandfather is frendly goofball that I know him as.