also I know plenty of people with autism and mental illness and disabilities, it is never an excuse for bad manners and frankly many people online use it as an excuse to get away with bad behavior - it is important they are not given special treatment, equality means they are treated the same as any other user would in the situation.
That's how the wiki has to run or very quickly it would fall into chaos - they can edit on your wiki if you want, they have Heroes Wiki (if they behave appropriately) and they may get back on Villains at some point in future, maybe, but certainly not right now.
I made a solution (taking into the account of autism potentially causing communication problems) : basically he has to acknowledge he did wrong, then he may be allowed back after 2 days.. which is what anyone else would get.
Since the new movie starring Harrison Ford just came out, I'm planning on creating a page for Spitz and Hal from that adaptation, but I don't know what article name I should come up for Hal. Should it be "Hal (Call of the Wild 2020)" or something? You can tell me what you think if you like to. Also, the reason the villains from The Call of the Wild don't have separate pages like the ones from White Fang do is because the book and adaptations are pretty much the same thing with little difference.
When rewatching The Sorcerer's Apprentice, do you notices something off when Morgana, who newly released from the Grimbold while possessing Veronica by Horvath, suddenly knows what to do to perform The Rising despite the fact she has yet to see the spell's schematics (although Horvath did get said schematics, he had little time to share the info with Morgana back in medieval)? Do you think Veronica turned out had seen The Rising's schematics beforehand that Morgana only needs her memories?
I hope I didn't send this message in wrong time or anything.
I'm gonna set up today a new page (@ either 7pm or 10pm); the Nendora Machine which the Monster-Matic of Power Rangers Super was inspired by. But I won't put the page on the Admin-type of Protect Mode yet, in time. I'm givin' time. No pressure. So to gather additional info from the show, go to "tubitv.com" & type in "Sentai" on the search engine & you got it.
I know what the Maid did to the mice from The Mouse and the Motorcycle was socially acceptable, but the way she treats her cat seems like she abuses him. She tells him to get the mice in a frustrated tone and threatens him. You may notice that his tail fluffs up and struggles to escape her grasp and runs away as she sets him free. Also, even though her cat is a live-action figure who doesn't speak, he must be anthropomorphic, as the cats in the sequel are clearly anthropomorphic.