"I have no time to answer questions I don’t know."
Yes you do. It's a simple question and request: why did you copy from SmashWiki, and could you rewrite the page so it's not similar. How complicated is that?
I have a better question: What’s wrong with copying one website to another and make the page from this Fandom similar to that page from said website? I don’t recall copying a page being against the rules, and you cannot prove that I’ve done something illegal. Do me a favor and get out of this Fandom before you make this situation even worse, newbie, and take your accusations with you.
Also, the edit history is enough evidence that you've stolen our content. That's proof right there, you can't deny it.
You're talking nonsense, you and that SmashWiki admin of yours. This is a free country, SmashWiki and Smashpedia are clearly one in the same, same information, same pages, and same games. You're out of your mind if you think this "plagiarism" shenanigans would get me banned. I am innocent, your false accusations will never work on me, never!
You do realize that's not an argument that applies to every country, right? Moreover, that's not even applicable here.
Just give it up man. There's too much evidence going against you, and you're fighting a battle far bigger than you can handle.
Oh but it is applicable, this is America, not Britain, America! Those false accusations from you and your peeps will never work on me. Serpent even admit that we are free to take his content and use it, so it is a free country after all. Your evil plan has been foiled, I am innocent, end of story.
You’re obviously referring to yourself if you keep doing your weak age insult. In fact, you’re obviously acting like a toddler with foul language, you should be ashamed of yourself. You deserve to get blocked.
In the Galeem ending of World of Light, it does look like Dharkon got turned into an evil piece of Swiss cheese. I’m sorry if it doesn’t meet the no-nonsense standard of fact deliverance of the wiki, I was simply trying to be descriptive.
The reason why I edited Gray Fox's artwork that way is because the spirit artwork in Smash matches Rising more than Metal Gear Solid, his original appearance. If you wanted to do the first game they appeared in, then these spirits would need to be changed: Metal Gear REX, Metal Gear RAY, Kazuhira Miller, Roy Campbell, Hal Emmerich, Cardboard Box, Meryl Silverburgh, Big Boss, Raiden, Mei Ling, and Rosemary. They all appeared in games before the ones listed, but the artwork matches the listed games perfectly.
Did you even see the spirit of Solid Snake? The "game and artwork origin" part says "Metal Gear (Artwork: Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection)", meaning that Snake first appeared in Metal Gear for MSX, but that artwork from Snake is from Metal Gear Solid: The Legacy Collection. In other words, why don't you add BOTH the origin's name AND the artwork's name? Or why don't you discuss the administrators such as AceFedora?
Yes I saw the spirit of Solid Snake. The only thing is that both origin and artwork names were only seen with Fighter Spirits. That's why I only went with the artwork names with the other spirits when I expanded that page a few weeks back. I didn't exactly want to break away from consistency, unless you think that's what should be done.
Understand that I'm not mad or trying to be rude. I'm just trying to establish some understanding here, that's all.