It's nice, but we need to define "large", like, say, 30 images could be the minimum? I don't know, I just don't want people creating separate gallery pages that have, like, 10 images, that would be wasteful.
Hey again BlueFrackle, just wanted to let you known that I've some important things to do that's not related to any fandom wikis, so I'm signing myself off and won't be coming back. Keep up the good work and I hope you add more new things to Hilda Universe once in a while and please take care of everything of you or admins can, ok. Its been a pleasure, thank you:)
You see, the truth is that I'm the one who created the Gargantuan page originally, in fact, pretty much all the pages that I've been rewriting and cleaning up on this wiki, they were all done by me. Just a few years back when I frist found Non-Creatures, it was unlock and so I added some pages such as Bill Cipher, Giant Mole (City of Ember), Beast (Over the Garden Wall) andDick Hardly. But at the time, I wasn't parepared and used text from other wikis, I felt bad for it wanted to fix it all and make them even better, so that's one of the reasons why I signed up for this. Now please don't take this the wrong. I'm glad you like how the Gargantuan page is but I wanted do it just little more different and I was proud with the last edit I did to it that was restored however. That's me reason for all changes I made and I promised to never use text from wikis, haven't since and never will again. I really hope this helps?
There you go, back to the way you did. I have to say, it's admirable that you became a much better user when you stopped copypasting, so, you have good reason to be proud of that, but I didn't know you were the original creator. If I did, I wouldn't have opposed the rewrite.
Thanks for all your help BlueFrackle. And listen, I'm truly sorry about rewriting the Gargantuan page, just thought could use some more info and about its appearance. I won't touch any more pages without permission from admins such as yourself again, I promise and thanks again:)
First thing, I'm deeply sorry to be bothering you BlueFrackle, I know that you're busy. Just wanted to let you know that when you get back here on January 20th in one week, I really need your help with rewriting both page, Alfur and Giant (Hilda), if you don't mind please?
Hooray, I'm back now! I've cleaned up those two pages and added information that was missing; including Alfur's bio and info about the Giants' culture and history. Please take a look and tell me what you think :)
I'm deeply sorry to bother you again BlueFracle, see I'd just added a Culture and society section to the page, Giant (Hilda) and I need help on finishing with writting it and also even with updating the biography section as well too please. And second, I wanted to rewrite the overview section for Alfur but it seems I need help with that too. Is that alright with you? I won't ask anymore asking after these two page, promise.
Look, I'm sorry to say that, but I truly don't have time to rewrite pages now, and for the next week I'm going to be very busy with other things (unrelated to this wiki). This is not an emergency or anything, so I believe it can wait. Please wait until January 20th or ask someone else, because sadly, I won't be available for the next days :(
BlueFracle umm, there something else I'd like ask if not any trouble? To be honest, I need help updating all pages on the Hilda Universe. Cause as I said, couldn't have put any of it better myself:) and I really hope its not any trouble but please, take your time if you want. I'll just leave a list of all other pages below ok:
Hm... Well, I'm not sure what you need, because these pages seem already pretty good to me, and I've already worked on some of them. For example, I've updated the Nisse page last year and added important info that was missing about their culture. I'm not sure what else needs to be added, to be quite honest :/
Sorry, I'm glad you think there pretty good:, thanks:) but umm, what I do need help with updating are both Jellybean and Forest Giant please and that'll be it for a while at least. Oh and uh, with Jellybean, merely needs to swicth on the template from creature to character.
Alright, thanks for you're help and forgive me for bothering... Listen umm, I'll be honest with you. The truth is that I haven't exactly been watching Hilda on Netfilx uh, at least not all of season 1 yet. so far, I've only seen just three episodes and though its been a while now perhaps, but I'm quite confident that I'll be picking up where I left off real soon I'm sure!:)
Oh, well I believed I noticed that even after when she become human again, Hilda can now talk to Trolls, so I thought it be necessary to put her under the "Zoopathic Creatures" category...does that make sense?
And uh, would it be okay if I put the page Troll (Hilda) in the "Flora" category?
It makes sense, although, strictly speaking, Trolls are not animals. But we don't have a category for people who can communicate with Trolls, lol, so I think it's OK to use that one, at least for now :)
You know, what I really want would be to create a category for species that combine aspects of both fauna and flora. There are many of them in fiction (as well as some in real life, such as Euglena). The problem is that I don't know what to call this category... If you happen to have any suggestions, I'd surely appreciate that
I took Hilda off the "Zoopathic Creatures" category. I thought about it and perhaps at least within the comics, she can now talk to Trolls but well they're not exactly animals. So I put her under Nobility instead, does that work?
Hey Alex, it's been a while, good to have you back! :)
Well, it depends on what type of creature we want to illustrate. If it's a mythical or folkloric being, try to find an old illustration that is preferably in the public domain and faithful to most descriptions.
If it's a fictional creature, just take an image from the source material (book cover, page illustration, comic panel, TV or video game screenshot, etc.). Even though the images are copyrighted, using them to illustrate wiki articles is considered "Fair Use" and thus not illegal; but they have to come from the source material (i.e. not fanart, unless the artist gave you permission, and even then, we have to give credit).
It's the work that the character or creature originates from. For example, the source material of the Mouse King is The Nutcracker and the Mouse King (a story by ETA Hoffmann). The source material for Darth Vader is Star Wars, etc.
"Alabama Hound-Man" or "Railroad Hound-Man". I say "hound-man" instead of "dogman" because of its vaguely hellhound-like features (red eyes, striking fear, etc.), but mostly because cryptids named "Dogman" are usually of the bipedal cynocephalic kind; not a quadrupedal humanoid like this.
Hmm... the ridge is the most notable feature, but "Ridged Creature" sounds silly. Perhaps just call it "Rose City Creature"?
"Boca Chica Monster" seems good enough to me. There's not much information to work with here, and almost any creature with a tapetum lucidum could appear to have glowing green eyes at night.
This one has all the typical features of a Grey alien, except for the long pointed ears. The combination of alien and fey vibe is interesting, but I wouldn't know what to call it, save for a fancy name like "Visitor of El Verde" perhaps.
"Grand Junction Creature" or "Tentacled Thing"
The "Ghost of Bigfoot" moniker made me smile, but yeah, there are other options to choose from. "Wisconsin Shapeshifter", "Ethereal Humanoid", "Wisconsin Ghost Monster"...
"Bucks County Demon"? "Pennsylvania Hellspawn"? "Imp-like Infant"?
"Glowing Mouth Monster" is a possibility. There's no clear indication of a place more specific than "Midwest", but maybe "White Thing of the Midwest" or "Midwest White Monster".
"Beast of Pahrump", "Pahrump Creature", or "Hairless Beast".
Maybe consider adding this case to the Black-Eyed Children page on ASW, but yeah, I never heard of another case were one of them transforms like this. "Insectoid Shapeshifter" or "Insect Child" could work.
"Scottish Wendigo" could be appropriate here, since the article links it to it, but honestly, "Hairless Humanoid" would do just as well.
No location indicated (I'm guessing USA, but there were other countries running elections in 2016, so, who knows?), but we might call it "Eyeless Red Man", "Eyeless Demon", "Invisible Humanoid", etc.
Chupacabras in Portugal aren't unheard of, actually... but this thing doesn't seem to be one. "Portugal Desert Beast" or even "Wandering Humanoid" sound better.
Do you think "Gremlin Beetle" is too silly? Cause I kind of like it. "Giant Beetle" is too generic, but "Giant Green Beetle" would work too.