Content dispute Edit

Ok, User:WarBlade, what's your deal? You do not own this wiki, not every edit others make needs to be reverted. The picture of Sam Flynn we have looks stupid. The one I'm putting in is more suitable. Your tactics are not making this community a collaborative one, you're making people feel unwelcome. --~~

The image that you say looks stupid is from one of the trailers, and trailer images are some of the least likely to cause us issues with copyrights. And as far as opinions are concerned, I'd say the trailer image does well to capture Sam's cocky, brash attitude.
As for switching "adventurer" to "daredevil," please don't do that again. Daredevil is a term based on euphemism, and euphemism is not always easy to comprehend for people with English as a second language, while the previous description of "adventurer" was perfectly viable. Given that the Ben Affleck movie Daredevil also encountered problems with the character name in certain regions where strong religious views held sway, it is also apparent that we can better accommodate a broader base of readers by avoiding terms with religious connotations. -- WarBlade (talk) 21:09, June 12, 2014 (UTC)

Evolution Skin Appearence Edit

Does Sam showing up as a multiplayer skin in TRON: Evolution justify him being in the TRON: Evolution category? I was going to add him into that group (and make all of the appropriate edits concerning him being apart of the Evolution era), but I stopped myself because I wasn't sure if such a small and non-story related inclusion backed up the decision. This same sort of hesitation has been keeping me from dumping every character with a skin appearance in TRON RUN/r into the RUN/r category. Basically, I'm split on making the edit that says Sam was in TRON: Evolution and leaving the page as it is. Outside thoughts? -- Gibson42 (talk) 04:47, July 13, 2016 (UTC)

Characters should appear in those game categories only if they are featured characters within the story of the game. Skins alone, out of context and out of continuity, aren't characters. -- WarBlade (talk) 12:24, July 14, 2016 (UTC)
Understood. On a related note, does this mean that I shouldn't include "TRON/r" as an "appearance" for characters who are in the game, considering they are ALL skins in an essentially story-less game? -- Gibson42 (talk) 06:57, July 15, 2016 (UTC)