Congrats FoxxFireArt! You were a patient man who told me twice or more on the wiki style format for characters and the episodes with examples and links. You were a man who appreciate culture and diversity, and you embrace the Japanese language with your lessons. When I needed help with Romanji, you were there. When I working on the Sarashi object page, you are the one who inspired me to create it and helped me with Piface314 at Midnight (late at night).
This is for everyone. When you write up a good wiki page, post a link to it in forums of other sites to draw interest. The Fairy Tail wiki editors should go to fan fan sites and post links to the great work they do on episodes.
I try to spread the work about the wiki work for every hard wiki editor because some of these men and women were my teammates on my wiki projects. Go Anime Vice's Wiki Editors!
*I think I saw some of the Anime Vice Spotlight pages' info on different websites.
(sorry about the belated congratulations. I was trying to come up with a unique comment)
Thanks for such a heartfelt comment. Glad I could help out. I try to help out new users feel welcome and ready to be a part of the community. Really, pushing this as a sort of Facebook/Wikipedia dedicated to Anime is a strong selling point. With an exception of not selling your personal data. Anime fans just need to learn about it. We do that by posting pictures, filling the wiki, and getting word out there for anime fans to check it out and join.
Some of your sentence tense in that second sentence was kind of funny. The use of the past tense at time reads like an obituary. "You were a patient man-" lol
Somehow I inadvertently wound up making the wiki style for Anime Vice. I recently had someone write on my wall. A new user who wrote
" hi! I check your site. Black Lagoon looks badass. "
It seems that I not only introduced someone to Anime Vice, but also to a new series they probably never heard of. Though, the person is under the impression that the site is mine. lol.
@ethan said:Great pick. FoxxFireArt is one of the most important people on AV. Wiki contributions, helping new users and diligent conversations.
I totally agree... Without Foxx's amazing Modding skills and knowledge in anime the site would not be what it is today!
I hope Ethan and Daniel are catching this. lol