I would have liked to have had the chance to add my own uploaded images to the article. I'm mobile, so I'm a bit slower, but I got completely done editing the article and it prompted me of an edit conflict because you had added them before me. I would not mind if it had been some time and I hadn't added them, but it was clear that I was around and getting to it. It takes me a lot of time and effort to go through screencaps on mobile and upload them. I'm not saying this to jump on you or anything. I would just have liked the time to finish what I was doing.
I noticed at the end of this past episode that the black market dealers were able to resurrect a rabbit (I think was a rabbit, I could be wrong). I'm unsure how to go about including this, so I figured that I'd come to you for discussion.
I noticed that, too. But there is little information from one episode so far. The rabbit could be dead, but maybe the animal was under anesthesia and they decided to test how black amber acts on living organisms.
I moved Alistair's images because I recently learned that this spelling ("Alastor") is not accurate in the show. I think many of us editors believed that because of the closed captioning when the episode first aired but I think that was a mistake since no other captions spell it that way.
When was that made clear in the canon? If you can find where it's pointed out that his demon name is different or spelled different then I'll stop changing his info. But from the research and my viewings, I don't see Alistair's name being different anywhere other than this wiki.
I saw that you were having a disagreement with one of the other editors on the wiki and he has gotten into contact with me to try and help with the situation. I understand the two of you were having disagreements when it comes to what the article for Sonic Balls should be. I would agree that it should be "Sonic Ball Generation" instead of "Sonic Balls" since sonic ball just refer to the balls itself while Sonic Ball Generation is an accurate title for the power itself. I know the OG Charmed Wiki just labeled things as "Energy Balls" and "Fireballs" but one of the benefits of having this wiki is that we can do things our own way.
If you're ever having trouble with another editor or need a third party to help out with the situation, always remember to contact me or any of the other admins.
We always lean on the original. If we did not rely on this, we would not make constant references to the powers from the original and would not have graph "References to the Original Charmed" in the article for each episodes. I just think it's strange, we either have to rely on the original, or we should never rely on it at all, otherwise there is a complete contradiction.
Referencing things that happened in the original Charmed is not leaning on the original wiki. The original wiki was done by fans and was created off that fandom's understanding of the OG Charmed. We are a new fandom so our understanding of our show and how we go about things are completely different. If we were just to copy the format of the original wiki, we might as well be a part of the original wiki.
Okay, E explain to me please, then why the page was removed The Source of All Evil? The source is a separate demon which can appear in the future and about which spoke on the panel on last year. This demon isn't necessarily Macy. Why equate everything to one page? 0_0
Throughout the last few episodes of the first season, it is made particularly clear that the Sacred Flame and The Source of All Evil are the same thing. It's a primordial source of power that is the source of magic itself, and whether it's used for good or evil is dependant on who possesses it. Macy was simply the first host to take on the power.
It's also made clear in The Source Awakens that taking on the power of the Source begins working at the host's insecurities and could lead them down a darker path, as seen with Macy, which could possibly be where the prophecy of The Source of All Evil comes to play as well.