I am thinking about making a page for Dembe´s Iman. He has already appeared in 5 episodes over the course of two seasons and was pivotal in the lastest confrontation between Red and Katarina. Can I proceed?
Both characters were and are relevant to main characters. They are not secundary. In fact, they were main characters in primary story arcs of two episodes. Cassandra for instance was far more important and relevant to the episode than the titular blacklister
Also, Robby Ressler was a direct family member to a main character that received considerable screen time. Elizabeth´s adoptive father Sam had less screen time and appeared in only one episode when his page was made
Hardly. They were secundary characters to the point they were all killed off in less than 20 minutes. The episode was about the relationship between Red and Cassandra. It was meant to show how important Cassandra was for Red, to the point he almost gave up Liz and Agnes to stay with her.
It is not true Red didn´t accomplish anything by killing Gordon Kemp. Kemp´s murder, specially by one of his own guns is sure to crash Judson Firearms stocks. Also, it will force an abrupt change in the company´s leadership, which is never smooth and might even lead Judson to a new path in the business.
Sorry to bother you, but I have some questions about the crew as well as the accompanying templates on those pages. I noticed only the first two seasons have templates listing the crew members of those seasons and there aren't many crew members of the later seasons. Should someone create those pages and templates for the more recent seasons? Or should those crew members be left alone and the templates already created be deleted? Personally, I would want more crew member pages while deleting the templates, but that is just my opinion. What do you think?
Newton Purcell´s crimes, specially his attacks against the data centers characterizes him as a terrorist, to the point Reddington and Keen referred to him as so in their first conversation about the case. Also, Newton sought to make an statement with his crime against sound pollution, once again just like a terrorist
The individual murders perhaps, but the attacks against the data centers went away beyond just personal revenge. It was a generalized attack designed to fight a major problem perceived by Newton about the actual world: Sound Pollution, which is no different of what an eco-terrorist does when he bombs an oil platform or a gas pipeline to fight the pollution of the planet. Plus, though he had personal reasons, Newton clearly stated in his interrogation that he wanted to bring attention to the problem of sound pollution as hole to the entire world and not only exact revenge against those he blamed for his misery, which is in itself a political manifesto of his own. Even the murders served as statements to that manifesto, as Newton himself declared while commiting them.
Nevertheless, Newton did commit acts of terrorism in his attacks against the data centers, just like Red and Liz described it during their initial conversation about the case, which makes him a terrorist
May I ask why you changed Lopatin back to Loving? Lopatin is the maiden name of her alias which can be seen on a file Ressler's CIA friend hands him near the end of Lady Luck. On a related note, when was she ever called "Virginia Loving"?
Trust me, it's Lopatin. I recently rewatched the episode on Netflix and I saw the name on her file clear as day. I even had the subtitles on and the CIA agent said "Name’s Virginia Lopatin. Married Tim King in ’98. Lives in Chicago with a dog and a cat, three credit cards, and a subscription to Foreign Affairs." But if you need more then rewatch the episode yourself or check out two sites that have the scripts for Blacklist listed in its database. I'll provide them in my next message to you if necessary. Bottom line, I'm 100% sure the last name is "Lopatin", not "Loving".
Should I move: "Berlin Conclusion" to the correct title: "Berlin: Conclusion" and "Anslo Garrick Conclusion" to the correct title: "Anslo Garrick - Part 2"? Here is my source with all the press releases: https://stvplus.com/show/348/The-Blacklist#episodes.
You're welcome. Before I go through 500 pages, is my last 10 or so edits using the correct quotation format you use? Fixing them? I can go through every single page and fix them like that if so, otherwise, I will undo it.
We seem to be having a difference of opinion on his page and instead of talking about it through the page, I'm going to try using the message board since this editing could be seen as counterproductive. I've tried removing the Wild Geese link in the past and you undid it because you said the link had the histroy of the Geese name (which I don't get since Anslo's mercaneries are named the Wild Bunch). When I tried to add the history into a Trivia section, you said that didn't work since it didn't have the history of the real Wild Geese. I was about to add everything back into a Trivia section with the real world history included so users wouldn't have to travel to another wiki to look for it but I wanted to see if that would be acceptable first.
On a side note, why the real life Wild Geese? Why not the real life Wild Bunch? From what I gathered, the real Wild Geese are soldiers that served their country, not mercaneries that worked for a anyone that payed. The real life Wild Bunchs, there are two according to Wikipedia, were outlaws from the Wild West notorious for committing robberies and killing lawmen. To me this seems like a closer description to Anslo's Wild Bunch, the only difference being Anslo broke into black-ops sites not banks.
I have added a link to the wild bunch. The reason that the geese and bunch links are valid is that Anslo is a merging of both. He uses the name, however the bunch robbed for cash while Anslo was hired to attack high-risk targets.
I wish to become active in this wiki, do you have any wiki rules or anything?
Why don't you redirect Masha to Elizabeth? I have knowledge of wiki format, templating, SEO, etc. Personally I believe SEO would be helped by doing redirects like that.