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Hello! You left behind a message on my talk page about not citing on a very obscure wiki page. As someone who is not experienced with Wiki at all, may I ask how you were able to come across my edit so quickly, especially when the edit was obscure and the page was also obscure. Bots? Just spending alot of time on Wiki?
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@Darknessitselfflames: Though this might be a bad idea, I personally think you deserve an answer. I'll start by saying that I've watched that video, and one can interpret what she says about the character's sexuality in two ways. But because of the twitter message, it's more probable to interpret with the character being canonically bisexual. Now, I'm replying to you because the issue is not whether you are right (you might as well be), but how you approached the discussion.
If you used the talk page and been level-headed, you'd had a chance of convincing people to remove the information from the list, but instead you chose to edit war, yell, and personally attack other editors. It got to the point you appear to be globally locked for crosswiki abuse. I hope you think about how you acted and, if you still want to discuss about that information in future, you come back with a better attitude. Isabelle 🔔 17:35, 22 October 2020 (UTC)