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23 Aug 2009-01 Jan 2010
07 Jan 2010-05 Jan 2011
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What's your vendetta?

Have I slighted you, somehow? I apologize, if I have. — Raine Valen User Raine R.gif 5:17, 15 Feb 2011 (UTC)

Raine, my opposition to your bureaucracy campaign, and indeed your sysophood here, is not in any way personal. I'm sure you resent my perpetual naysaying, and I wish I could pick on someone that I don't usually get along with, but it's been my position that you are and have been unfit for administrative tools on this wiki, and I can't pull my punches because we have fun together off the wiki. Or rather, I could, but I think it would be doing a disservice to us both. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 05:29, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
It's not that you're naysaying, really; it's rather that you appear to be digging for reasons to naysay: the term "witch hunt" comes to mind. I may be wrong, but I feel that there's a distinct lack of objectivity in your opposition, and I don't believe that you're of the sort that clings to beliefs without reevaluating them. Am I wrong in that? — Raine Valen User Raine R.gif 14:33, 15 Feb 2011 (UTC)
I've been constantly reevaluating. Your performance has not improved since you first gained sysop tools, and now you want to be a maverick bureaucrat too. This is not good. As for objectivity, what do I have to be butthurt about? User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 15:46, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
I disagree with that, as stated on the election talk page. As for butthurt, I really don't know, which is why I'm asking. — Raine Valen User Raine R.gif 18:30, 15 Feb 2011 (UTC)
Then we can safely say there is no butthurt, we simply have opposing views. Of course, the difference is that my view is correct. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 18:32, 15 February 2011 (UTC)


"I wrong sectioned" 2012 B'crat Election

That might be my favorite edit summary of the year. Remember to check your ballot for hanging chad.  — Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 17:23, 17 February 2011 (UTC)

derp, sorry. I'm good at reading dates obv. =\ --TahiriVeila 05:59, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

I actually did the same thing about a year ago. Felt bad man. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 06:01, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

(Reset indent) Runner up! fixed dangling thingie. Poetically, chad can also be said to dangle inappropriately. — Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 21:15, 11 May 2011 (UTC)

Admin noticeboard

is not for discussion. --The preceding unsigned comment was added by User: (talk).

Sorry, I tend to forget which wikis I'm an administrator on. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 21:25, 27 March 2011 (UTC)

Section break

Was there anything in particular that made you notice my image? Not that big a deal, i just need to change the link in my talk page header to an external one now =\--TahiriVeila 14:25, 13 April 2011 (UTC)

Someone used it on Raine's talk page. It got removed pretty quickly, but I don't think we need any trolling aids on GWW. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 18:28, 13 April 2011 (UTC)
bummer.--TahiriVeila 20:07, 13 April 2011 (UTC)


+1 to you. So, what's up? →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 03:58, 11 June 2011 (UTC)

Nm u User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 05:17, 12 June 2011 (UTC)
Just got Armageddon last night, fucking awesome explosions make me :>. You still play gw? →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 07:18, 12 June 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, a couple friends and I have been doing Codex Arena a lot lately. It's still deeply flawed but it can be a bit fun. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 07:35, 12 June 2011 (UTC)
I wish they'd bring back TA but keep RA out of it. →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 23:36, 15 June 2011 (UTC)
TA was terrible. Every battle was exactly the same. Magebane ranger, Corrupt/Wail necro, Devhammer/Magehunter warrior, WoH monk. It was SO BORING. Codex is definitely better, it's just got some weird issues with skill choices. Mesmers, the class with the most elite skills that can shut down an entire team alone, get 5 elites to choose from every day. Warriors, who absolutely need their elites to form a coherent build, get 3 elites a day, usually in Strength or Tactics. Dervishes get Wounding Strike every day, and Monks MIGHT get condition removal. Assassins get dual attacks maybe half the time, and whenever Assault Enchantments is one of their elites they can't even use it. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 23:45, 15 June 2011 (UTC)
I never said remove CA. I'd just think it would be nice to have 3 separate modes from each other. But then again, damn shove spike would be back and shit would go down. →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 03:49, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
They could implement some of the Codex restrictions in TA to prevent spike teams, like the one profession only and no secondary elites, but then it would be pure R/N/W/Mo again. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 02:12, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
What is it that makes 4v4 so much more broken that 8v8? Is it kinda like having a single HDD instead of a Raid 0? →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 02:16, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
It's a lack of redundancy. There are a lot of skills that can essentially take an enemy out of the equation, in particular knockdowns and disables. In 8v8 when one of your healers is knock-locked the other can still respond to a spike, and you might have a few other defenses around too. In 4v4, if your healer is knock-locked, your healer is dead. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 02:20, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
Right. I guess TA is a terribad place then. Maybe with some restrictions would work. →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 02:28, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
I didn't play when HA was 6v6, but my general impression was that 6v6 was a viable format. Perhaps if TA were 6v6, it'd be better. For some reason people don't seem to like bringing two monks to a 4v4 area, where everyone else is building to shut down one monk, so... -- Armond WarbladeUser Armond sig image.png 08:12, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
Taking two monks means not taking enough damage and utility to shut down the opposing monk. At best you'll draw after a long boring battle; at worst they'll get a lucky spike and then you lose a long boring battle. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 08:42, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
If both monks are completely defensive-oriented, yeah. Though rits might be better for hybrid defensive characters. -- Armond WarbladeUser Armond sig image.png 23:48, 21 June 2011 (UTC)
If you are suggesting smite monks still work in pvp... droll, sir. Very droll. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 02:35, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

Don't talk about monk meta in 4v4 & 6v6 if you didn't play in them ^___^ Look back through the archives on PvX. 2 Monk backlines were the standard for 6v6 in tombs and there were PLENTY of full heal/2 healer builds in various TA metas that were VERY effective.--Satele Shan 02:51, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

Well, the one I hated the most was shove spike in TA. →[ »Halogod User Halogod35 Sig.png (talk ]← 00:21, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Re: GWW:Block

By virtue of the fact that it shows up in the wiki's predictive search under your name, I came across, GWW:BLOCK, which is one of the best written policy statements I've seen on less-than-massive wikis. Well done, sir. — Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 03:15, 12 June 2011 (UTC)

Thank you, sir. I do wish Tanaric had stuck around to finish the discussion on the talk page though. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 05:17, 12 June 2011 (UTC)
Yeah. I read that over, too. It seemed like there was an important point he was trying to make, but I lost it in his rhetoric. I think he was on the verge of clarifying when he popped out for milk and some smokes. — Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 06:37, 12 June 2011 (UTC)
To be honest, I'm having trouble parsing what I wrote. What I meant was this:
If your block was in error and you really want to get back to editing, you'll do the obvious thing and contact a sysop (probably the blocking sysop). You'll do this whether it's what policy recommends or not. If the block was in error this message is enough to fix it in 99% of cases. Therefore, having a block appeals process doesn't help this case.
However, establishing a block appeals process gives trolls yet another way to disrupt by invoking a potentially time-consuming process every time they get what's coming to them. In this case a block appeals process harms.
Since in the best case a block appeals process does no good and in the worst case a block appeals process harms, I oppose having a block appeals process.
That said, the wording as it is on GWW:BLOCK currently is fine by me. It borders on too-obvious-to-state, but it's well-written and succinct and probably does no harm. It's certainly not a 6-step rigorous process with templates and categories that I feared at the time.
Tanaric 00:26, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
I sorta like the wording in your first post-milk&smokes above (I paraphrase for policy to): if your block was in error and you really want to get back to editing, please do the obvious thing: contact a sysop (ideally the one that blocked you) to explain why. This will be sufficient in almost every case.Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 00:45, 16 June 2011 (UTC)


I think they have decided to target the wiki. Fun Fun. Dervish-tango-icon-20.pngDevi Talk 00:12, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

We had this exact situation on GuildWiki last week; as a short-term measure we disallowed anonymous edits, and right now we're configuring AbuseFilter. The nice thing was that Curse responded within hours of our request, whereas ArenaNet will in all likelihood take days or weeks. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:14, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
As for the mis-spelling, they do it so that we cannot exclude certain words found in their edits. If they kept to the same phraseology, we'd be able to predict them and prevent them better. G R E E N E R 01:19, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
That makes dozens of cents. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 01:22, 14 June 2011 (UTC)


Last I knew, he left the wiki. Thought Aiiane was aware of this or you... Don't know if you'll get a response. Good luck though. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 01:35, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

We are both most certainly aware of it. It's something of a farce. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 01:35, 14 June 2011 (UTC)
Always has been. —Tanaric 22:17, 14 June 2011 (UTC)

Re: My Concern

Valid concerns. I'm glad you articulated them. Offended by your humor? No. Disappointed in your poor judgment. It took credibility away from you when you said you were legitimately concerned. I should just leave it be, but hopefully you’re mature enough to handle it. I have to say your attempt at applying the thought at Matthew 7:1-5 was terrible. You're enrolled at a Catholic University aren't you? Read 1 Corinthians 6:12, and instead of reacting immediately, ask yourself if you even have to. Also, thanks for fixing my page. Sardaukar User Sardaukar sig.png 04:31, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

I didn't really intend it as a scriptural reference, but yes, I do go to a Catholic-founded university. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 04:48, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
What is this all about? You do this and that and then you complain that you're a victim? Quit being a hypocrite.
And if you're going to say the first instance was because of my Midol comment, I'll admit I should've expressed myself better, but the point of that post was for you to take it down a notch. Raging at Aiiane just made you look foolish.
Finally, this is utter nonsense. Comment on a person’s comment rather than the person. While that's true most of the time, you have to question a person's motives occasionally to get to the bottom of why his comments are what they are. Thus, I stated facts. Your subjective view that it was criticism was silly. Sardaukar User Sardaukar sig.png 05:31, 22 June 2011 (UTC)
No actually, you don't. If that's your opinion you shouldn't be on a wiki. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 10:43, 22 June 2011 (UTC)

No nukes? Nukes? What's the Straight Dope on Nukalar safety?

Straight Dope on Nukalar Safety. — Tennessee Ernie Ford (TEF) 20:39, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, I think it's a pretty common misconception that nuclear power plants can go up in a mushroom cloud and wipe out the surrounding city. I think the best way to get safe power is to put up a bunch of solar cells in space and have them e-mail the electricity to us. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 20:48, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
After a Nuke in West Virginia had leaked something into the air. Husband was working at the Coal one near by up there at the time. They had informed people up there to stay inside, etc. Yet, he at the other plant didn't know. He didn't know there was a Nuke near by. Hearing about some things from within them, he won't work at one. I remember, I was preg. and worried. He checks on some places that he doesn't know - on nukes, etc. first before heading to one. There are a few around here, but they're monitored by tva, Environmental people, etc. So, if something happens - there's steps done. I do know the schools near them do drills and have places to go. It's a scary though, but anything can happen at a nuke plant. Coal powered plants are actually less "serious" in the way of not having to worry about something that could do serious damage, unlike nukes. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 21:17, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Modern Nuclear fission plants are incredibly safe. The reactor in Japan that was in the news recently? That was 40 odd years old (I think, not sure on exact, but it was old). Modern facilities have minimal chance of going critical with all the systems in place, even if they do there's that many fail safes in place that there's even less chance of it going Chernobyl. On-top of that, (though I imagine this depends on your country) generally there's a minimum distance plants have to be built away from civilisation.
Not to mention they're incredibly efficient and green (they emit steam...that's it (and the left over waste, but turns out that can be used to make HDDs (potentially)) ~ PheNaxKian talk 22:17, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, the Fukushima Daiichi reactors were GE's Mark 1 model, which is severely outdated and not nearly as safe as modern plants. Unfortunately there are still about 40 plants worldwide using the same outdated reactors. (Number from BBC News or NPR, whichever I was listening to the other night.) User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 22:19, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
The other thing worth noting was that reactor was hit by a tsunami after being hit by a strong earthquake. That's just shit luck to be honest. ~ PheNaxKian talk 22:39, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Yes, the earthquake was actually nothing. The plants in Japan were built to withstand earthquakes up to 8.something. Even with the 9.0 earthquake everything was under control. The plants shut down automatically and stopped the chain reactions. It's just that the facility wasn't ready for the tsunami that came then. poke | talk 23:00, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
After the disaster, a series of investigations revealed that Fuku plant staff were woefully unprepared for disasters on a large scale, and their response to the disaster sucked ass too. Heck, the Japanese nuclear advisor resigned in tears because the government basically ignored him. Despite huge problems such as those, the overall environmental and public damage done by the disaster was not nearly as large as people expected from a nuclear meltdown. I find that really reassuring, although I still wouldn't like to live next to a nuke plant. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:06, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
I'm by no means saying I'd want to live next to a nuclear plant, but if one was to be built in the region, or I move near (not next to) one, I wouldn't be too fussed. ~ PheNaxKian talk 00:50, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
The nearest nuclear power plant to where I live is about thirty miles away. We do have a rather smelly coal and natural gas plant in town though. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 01:04, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Were my husband a coal miner I would be worried about black lung, not nuclear meltdowns. --BriarUser Briar Sig 3.jpgThe Spider 09:35, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Haha. They have several different kinds of masks now. Not any sold in any stores, but made by 3m. Easy to wear under Hoods, etc. So, yea less deaths from that than there use to be, but coal mining still isn't safe, it's worse than welding at plants, but hey at least it's a job that still is here and one to never have to really worry about ever loosing. Same with power plant ones as you've got to keep the current ones still patched up to keep them going until the "wind power" (which is decided upon by state, etc.) takes over, if it ever does. President can only say what he'd like to happen, but that's not completely on him as one(state, etc.) has gotta look at their power, etc. and see what's best for them to do. It's also why there's not a lot of wind power up yet and a few new coal powered power plants are being built (at least two). Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 19:06, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Continued from election talk page

Pling seems to have located the journalist fellow in question, w:George Monbiot. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 21:55, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

moved from Guild Wars Wiki talk:Elections/2011-06 bureaucrat election/Pling
Fission reactors are, at best, a short-term solution to the problems presented by fossil fuels. Instead of building more fission plants, additional funding should be given to projects like ITER which seek to achieve net-positive powering generating plasmas by 2025.--TahiriVeila 22:12, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
I would love to see non-fossil fuel sources supplying a greater percentage of the power grids, but I'm afraid Europe and Asia will have to lead the charge because the US is controlled by big business. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 22:23, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
we need (cold) fusion reactors! =3 ~ PheNaxKian talk 22:44, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
I admit that modern nuclear plants are save and that the disaster in Japan was also a mixture of really bad luck. However, Im against it because what stays behind, the nuclear garbage/gummy/fluid/stuff (or how you want to name it). I know solar and wind energy have also their flaws, but I think I still stick with that for the future. =) -- Cyan User Cyan Light sig.jpg 22:53, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Interestingly they're looking at taking the waste from nuclear plants, and using it to fuel another type of nuclear plant! (reducing waste by something like 99%) ~ PheNaxKian talk 23:20, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Fusion reactors have the potential to generate much larger quantities of power than solar/wind farms and avoid many of the environmental issues those alternative energy sources entail (large usage of space and danger to airborn wildlife). If you can get an efficient fusion plant going, it really has no downside. --TahiriVeila 23:22, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
suddenly miniature stars! ~ PheNaxKian talk 23:42, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
tidal generators are cheap, easy to make and distribute, and the technology is already available.--Relyk 00:00, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
See that's a common misconception. A fusion plant can't "go critical" and run out of control like a Fission plant can. If there was ever a "melt down" at a fusion plant, the plasma would just decay into a harmless )albeit incredibly hot) gas of deuterium and tritium.--TahiriVeila 00:18, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Ah, I was under the impression they used ordinary hydrogen (which is also a good source of energy! (hydrogen fuel cells) albeit a pain in the ass to obtain (hydrogen's a massive whore for bonding)). That's nice to know though =3. Also @Relyk, I think (too lazy to find sources) that tidal costs a lot to maintain (heck, and build currently). ~ PheNaxKian talk 00:28, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Nope, tokamaks like ITER fuse deuterium + tritium (which are both nice and easy to get) into helium + a neutron + 17.5 MeV.--TahiriVeila 00:31, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
What scales that on? (I gather 17.5 MeV isn't for a single reaction, but i'm too lazy (and doubt i can remember how) to work out the quantities involved). ~ PheNaxKian talk 00:50, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Each reaction generates 17.6 MeV but that's not a a lot really. It's like 2.6e-12 J or 7.8e-19 kilowatt-hour. Average price per kWH is like 12 cents in the US.--TahiriVeila 01:16, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
It's been way too long since I did any of this, I was sure an eV was more than that >.< ~ PheNaxKian talk 01:24, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
On a quantum scale it's enormous. But an eV is tiny in the practical world, it's like 10^-19 joules--TahiriVeila 02:12, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Yeah I remember that. I just still thought it was more energy than that. Oh well, like I said, been a while xp. ~ PheNaxKian talk 10:29, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

(Reset indent) Fossil Fuels give our Boilermakers, our Iron workers, etc. their Jobs. Do you want to take away that from many families that depend on it? After all, other factories, etc. have already outsourced and any silly "Wind Power" won't hardly provide any jobs.... Seriously, Fossil Fuel isn't as bad as you guys might think. If it was, you wouldn't have homes, etc. as close to them as you do nor the ability to fish, etc. from the rivers that they use. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 00:12, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

I love waste-encrusted fish. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:14, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Lol. Catfish and other kinds of fish that people do eat from the usa (or from these areas) - hasn't killed anyone. I know, personally, I know. I didn't know half of what I do now, but I will say just go to sites like , etc. and research - they deal with the metals and things that help keep these power plants together to give power to the country. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 00:17, 17 June 2011 (UTC) doesn't exist, and sells running gear and sponsors marathons. The research and development needed to make new power technologies viable will generate far more jobs for young educated people; they'll be safer better-paying jobs too. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:20, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Sorry, Felix. Try Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 00:21, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
If we keep using fossil fuels any longer, I think ~7 billion people will soon be out of a job. pling User Pling sig.png 00:15, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Not technically so. Each year many plants shut down sections and call in companies that call in like say the boilermakers, to make repairs, welds, etc. It's seasonal, but it's done and has been done for years. Some build new plants to replace old and that's better on the workers, dealing with clean metal, etc. It's not caused any job loss yet and doubtfully will. Many have put out notices on an area called Most, where they need welders, etc. in their location (or locations) and many may come from other parts of the country to help. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 00:21, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
I don't see anything among what the boilermakers make that won't still be necessary when fossil fuels are phased out. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:24, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
I think Pling's comment was referring to how if we keep depending on fossil fuels, we're fucked when they run out (at least, that's my interpretation of it). ~ PheNaxKian talk 00:30, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
I was thinking more along the lines of the planet exploding. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:31, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
Get on facebook, join the groups. research, before you claim such. :-) Right now, they help give workers like my husband and others I know - jobs. Better than working at a low paying job like walmart or conveniance store, etc. of which is sadly left due to Nafta. There's not really that much in the way of decent paying jobs. You either need a lot of experience or education or both and that doesn't help a lot of people. Kaisha User Kaisha Sig.png 00:31, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
It's a basic premise of economics that when people no longer have useful job skills, they no longer get jobs. Right now the older generation in the US is strangling the economy by clinging to jobs they don't deserve while the youth unemployment rate is 24% and climbing. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:34, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
If you're doing "research" using Facebook groups, you're doing it really, really, really wrong. -- 00:38, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
That's the big problem. The U.S. (and the western world in general) has transitioned from a manufacturing-based economy to a service-based economy and a really large chunk of the population doesn't have the skills to compete in this kind of economy. It's going to be tough for them, but there's not really much that can be done about it since the western world won't be transitioning back to an industrial economy anytime soon.--TahiriVeila 00:38, 17 June 2011 (UTC)
I think the German model shows that modern economies can include both industrial and service sectors, but it requires more extensive government regulation. The problem with that, of course, is Tea Party. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 00:43, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Aiiane // becoming desensitized

I hope you know me well enough to understand I'm not bringing your character, motivation or actions into question (hell, bringing anything into question, for that matter). That said, if one simply looks at the talk page of her B'crat Election, your signature is to be found pretty frequently, to say the least. Without reading a single comment, and not necessarily even looking for the F in your signature, I scrolled down the page. I was aware I saw that file quite a lot. All I'm saying is, when one person repeatedly finds issues with the election of someone and brings them to light... after a few, it can begin to look like more of a vendetta. Personally, I think your points have merit, and I consider your concern to be more than reasonable. This edit in particular suggested a fair approach and genuine concern, as opposed to going out of one's way to find problems.

Your perspective is one I hold in very high esteem, however the more one uses anything, the less effective it is. Sadly, our voice is the same as anything. Everytime one finds a new issue with a particular candidate, the significance of it is lessened slightly. I think you might make of an impact by actively trying to avoid appearing to be kicking her when she's down. Remember that appearances can be deceiving, and that they can suggest things not true. As things currently stand, there are literally double the number of signatures under Oppose as there are under Support. It's a good opportunity to step back a bit, and reflect on the impression you may be giving off, even though said impression is neither intentional nor appropriate.

You've done absolutely nothing wrong. I don't consider you biased; but I am concerned others may come to a different conclusion. That's what this message is about. Not that you're editing for the wrong reasons [you're not], but that others may come to think you are. I don't consider you a friend [it's not like we know each other], but I'd like to have you as one. Putting aside how far from the mark I may have gone, this edit is written with the best of intentions. User A F K When Needed Signature Icon.png A F K When Needed 13:03, 23 June 2011 (UTC)

I appreciate your concern, AFK. I haven't said anything about Aiiane since the 17th, though. The election is going well, and I'd like to think I contributed to that effect, so I don't regret my actions. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 19:04, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
It was as much of a "for next time" message as anything; iirc Raine took your opposition to her personally as well. Although that's not something I've looked at recently at all, so I may well be unaware of relevant information there.
It's something I never noticed over on GuildWiki. User A F K When Needed Signature Icon.png A F K When Needed 10:21, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
Raine attempted to paint my opposition as personal in an attempt to discredit my arguments. It didn't work. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 16:02, 24 June 2011 (UTC)

deciding the winner

Deciding the winner is scheduled for the whole of today. Your header of "just a few hours late" is misleading in that respect, as it's not late in any way. --mendel 05:53, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

It doesn't take 24 hrs to tally the vote Mendel. And he did post it 3.5 hrs past midnight UTC. I don't see an issue worth mentioning here. -- Wyn User Wynthyst sig icon2.png talk 06:00, 4 July 2011 (UTC)
Sorry mendel, I forgot about your e-mail again. I will definitely look for it today. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 14:55, 4 July 2011 (UTC)

In b4u

[1] :) --mendel 12:21, 22 July 2011 (UTC)

Interesting how recentchanges notes my edit as +509 characters when it was technically -1. Silly mediawiki. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 12:23, 22 July 2011 (UTC)


Have you tried Realm of the Titans yet? They're in closed beta. 03:16, 29 July 2011 (UTC)

No I have not, though I'm somewhat aware of it. It's unlikely that I'll leave League of Legends for any other MOBA because all my friends are on LoL and I've spent a moderate amount of money on it already. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 22:54, 31 July 2011 (UTC)
Okay. It's pure PvP. Good for those who enjoy that. I played a little bit, reminds me a little bit of Warcraft 2 and 3. 00:28, 1 August 2011 (UTC)
Felix no one plays LoL with you unless you fucking harrass them for 12 hours straight. Besides you're too busy being a dragon raper. In other news: "Penises." Good day. 12:04, 27 November 2011 (UTC)
Hmm. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 07:10, 28 November 2011 (UTC)

Hi 2

I'm sure you can see I created the discussion on Gaile's talk page and then removed it because it was out of date and was no longer required - if this is against the rules and I have to "ask" for it to be archived, why not do it instead of just reverting the page back again Hartshill 01:14, 24 December 2011 (UTC)

I don't have the authority to archive Gaile's talk page without her permission. User Felix Omni Signature.pngelix Omni 01:40, 24 December 2011 (UTC)