Talk:Sailor Moon S

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Removed "summary" because that is supposed to be a short overview of the entire season, not a long detailed recap (and it didn't follow style guidelines). Kerochan no Miko (talk) 10:21, 13 March 2021 (EST)

Frankly, I can't anticipate what you will ever allow to stay because what you approve of seems arbitrary. As an example, When I filled in the Summary for Sailor Moon SuperS you edited it to condense it to the more core elements but when I added this one, you completely erased it after I had spent a long time working on it. Think about this from my perspective, it's very frustrating. Imagine if you were being invited to contribute yet someone was always finding reasons to remove all of your contributions. I'm not trying to fight with you, but nothing can change unless I can communicate to you how hard and frustrating it's been trying to make contributions that meet your approval. As the admin, you need to think about how your actions affect those who want to contribute here. 12:42, 13 March 2021 (EST)
You cannot expect to force an established wiki to confirm to you, you must figure out the style guidelines and adapt to them. I appreciate that you've been significantly less hostile these last couple of days, but it's also hard and frustrating to deal with someone who apparently hasn't even bothered to read the rules or guidelines and expects every edit to go unchanged. The fact that I significantly condensed the summary you added to the SuperS article should have been a sign to you that this summary should have been shorter and not significantly longer - I'm sorry that you feel that you wasted your time, but what you wrote didn't match the wiki style at all and I can't change that fact. Kerochan no Miko (talk) 14:19, 13 March 2021 (EST)
I've looked at your style guidelines, while they say something about episode summaries, they don't say anything about season summaries. This wiki, like many others, seems to have some unwritten rules as well as the written ones that force editors to just guess what they are (most of those rules tend to be based on the whims of the senior admin). Unfortunately, the only style guidelines that I've been able to figure out so far is that almost everything I do is just magically wrong. The first time you became aware of me was when I posted this: You responded by telling me to do something about it. However, within the narrow rules of this wiki, I don't think there is much I can do. And I don't want to have to do it all by myself. 15:21, 13 March 2021 (EST)