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Isshin

I dont plan to continue this argument anymore then has already been discussed. The point being you cant determine something cause you dont agree with it. If the anime shows something different then it will be changed as of now the manga shows a physical act during a fight plan and simple. That is the way it has always been done with no problem. Your argument amounts to little more than having a section of the fight as well as its happening to be nonexistent with Isshin and Aizen fighting and next thing Aizen is flying back and crashing into buildings with no explanation. It also sets the stage for you to make other arguments that would only add in deconstructing the sight, insisting that barriers are not kido and the like as you have previously. Contrary to what you may think that is not helping the sight any. There is plenty of work to do here and it seems that your only interest is making arguments instead of actually helping. The point being it is largely determined as a physical attack and with minor users believing it Kido even though it fits no such criteria. This is the official stand you can choose to agree with it or not. Salubri (Talk) 23:16, August 4, 2010 (UTC)


I did not insist that barriers are not Kido. That's an example of you not bothering to read my arguments & straw manning them into something else. For example, the Speculation Policy dictates that it should be removed. I quoted it at you, yet you're ignoring that just so you can claim that I only want to change it "because I disagree with it." This is moronic, frankly. How is my opinion at all supported by putting a neutral statement in that article? For that matter, why would I be putting up with all of this red tape nonsense just to say that you're full of crap? I believe I've already done that!


Well, here's the problem, Salubri: I can see the logic flaw on that page. I can go in & change it easily, but it won't stay unless I can get the admins to side with me. However, said admins refuse to acknowledge a word of what I'm saying. You want me to help? Then you have 2 choices: Actually REFUTE my arguments & submit some compelling logic of your own. If you do this, I will cease activity on that page, just like I did on the Gotei 13 article. Alternatively, you could concede that my logic is sound & that your "official stance" is in direct violation of your own speculation policy, & let me make the change. Attempting to guilt trip me is neither of these things.


The fact of the matter is that the Speculation Policy states, verbatim, what I told you should be done. The only logical reason I can think of for you continuing to argue against me is that YOU do not want it changed because the logical decision is neutral, rather than allowing YOUR opinion to remain in effect. The manga does not show a physical attack. If it did, there would not be a debate.[Points 1 & 2 of the SP]. Deal with it. Also? Site. Not sight.Neo Bahamut (talk) 23:42, August 4, 2010 (UTC)

Ok you wanna argue facts what is taking place in that scene and what would you put there instead seeing as you claim there is a neutral way of putting it. Salubri (Talk) 23:51, August 4, 2010 (UTC)

The narrative of the battle just says, "Isshin flicks his finger, which has the effect of sending Aizen through 2 buildings." I don't see any speculation here, do you? If that is kept but the example in the abilities section is removed, it's fine. Alternatively, if it MUST stay in the abilities, it can be rephrased like this & used as evidence of his Immense Spiritual Pressure, instead, since that's technically true no matter what he's doing. Personally, I think that the latter option is a bit of a stretch, but you seem pretty insistent that it stays in the Abilities section.Neo Bahamut (talk) 00:02, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

If your using the speculation policy, which in this case it is not used commonly as this is about canon material not made up material. Other then that section of the powers and abilities section isn't providing anything wrong in what it says. I also think you misunderstand the idea of how the powers and abilities section works. Any physical feat is considered akin to strength. There is many determinations on how to qualify spiritual energy/pressure mostly never show cased as a means of combat. They lock swords Isshin flicks his finger against his arm and Aizen goes flying back into some buildings. You can make all the determinations you like the general consensus is its a physical attack unless clearly shown different in the anime. The information in the powers and abilities section will not be removed. If your intention was to assert that it was kido or spiritual pressure thats speculation as there is no way to know that or prove it but saying that there is no way to know what is clearly shown in the manga is not speculating its working with the information your given, there is nothing far reaching about the current information up. Salubri (Talk) 00:47, August 5, 2010 (UTC)


Those 2 points state that they're about "Conclusions derived from Canon factoids which are in dispute." Ergo, it applies. And even if directed spiritual pressure is considered a strength attack, that doesn't change the fact that it's also been interpreted as Kido. Since the points specifically state that a statement is to be made preferring neither interpretation, in the case of a disagreement...well, you get the idea. Now, perhaps I have not made myself clear enough. In that case, some ALL CAPS is required: I AM "ASSERTING" THAT THE LOGICAL THING TO DO IS TO CONCLUDE THAT NEITHER OF US KNOWS WHAT HAPPENED IN THAT IMAGE & PRESENT IT AS SUCH. NOWHERE HAVE I EVER SAID THAT IT SHOULD BE CHANGED TO KIDO. I HAVE SAID THAT I THINK IT IS KIDO, BUT IT IS DISENGENOUS & DOWNRIGHT INSULTING TO ASSUME THAT I CANNOT SEPARATE SUBJECTIVE & OBJECTIVE ANALYSIS. I WOULD APPRECIATE IT IF YOU'D STOP CRAMMING WORDS DOWN MY THROAT. Get it? Got it? Good. Anyway, the fact is, there remains a decent chance that the Powers & Abilities section IS providing incorrect information. In that case, you're telling your readers something when there's reasonable doubt as to the accuracy of the statement.Neo Bahamut (talk) 01:07, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Well you complain about having no admin on your side and at least two occasions decided to be condescending toward me regardless of me agreeing with you or not. Im actually being nice about addressing this issue seeing as i dont have to make any argument at all if dont choose to or even bother with this issue. The basic idea here is that if you can get the majority of the committee on the side of stating until proven otherwise listing it as a physical attack isn't right. Then something will be done to make a change otherwise I have nothing else to say on this point. Salubri (Talk) 01:28, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Look at it this way: You insinuated that I was trying to push some personal agenda FIVE TIMES before I felt the need to go into ALL CAPS Mode. But, whatever, I guess it's in the past. Continuing to scale the red tape, how do I find this comitte?Neo Bahamut (talk) 01:54, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Community in the side bar - then policy and standards committee, either individual members or the talk page for the committee. Salubri (Talk) 02:27, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Thank you. Now, I'm off to see the wizard!Neo Bahamut (talk) 02:35, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

I know this uhm "argument" is propably over but i have to agree with Neo Bahamut isshin propably used Hadō #1. Shō.The flicking movement is somewhat unique but there is a shockwave like effect when it hits aizen that is similar but on a larger scale than the one shown when byakuya used it on rukia in chapter 301 page 6.Of course it could be a feat of physical strength but that seems a little far fetched. UsoppSpell (talk) 01:29, September 16, 2010 (UTC)

Re: Isshin's Zanpakuto

I have gone back and had a look at the chapter where Isshin performs the Getsuga Tenshō and to be honest, given that you really don't see much of the blade itself, I cannot with confidence state that release doesn't alter the blade at all. Significantly, you never see the top half of the blade. Without seeing the whole of the blade, I personally would not support an assertion that Shikai doesn't change Engetsu at all. So at this point, I think the article is best left the way it is. Tinni (Talk) 12:49, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Not 100% sure why you put that here, but point taken.Neo Bahamut (talk) 14:01, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

That is how we communicate. When someone leaves a message on your talk page, you generally reply on their talk page. There might be special reason why you would keep the communication on your talk page. But generally, you reply to them on their talk page. Tinni (Talk) 14:20, August 5, 2010 (UTC)
I don't know, I find sticking to a single page to be far simpler. Say, is there any way to get a topic deleted? Because I made something of an ill-advised forum topic while working out what to do about a particular editing conflict.Neo Bahamut (talk) 16:59, August 5, 2010 (UTC)

Re: Saigyoku Nijigasumi

First of all, those three are exceptions. They have obtained Bankai and it has been confirmed. Second, I dropped that subject a long time ago, so don't bring it up again. Third, Ichinose was not of captain-level, and it has not been confirmed whether he has Bankai or not. And finally, your post glitched up a few parts of the talk page. Gold3263301 (talk) 03:53, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, that's my problem. You closed it after a single response & didn't even consider all of the facts. The name is in Bankai format. And since when does it make sense to brush away counterexamples JUST because they're counterexamples? Also, don't blame me for your computer problems.Neo Bahamut (talk) 15:08, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Right, before this gets out of hand, let me say unequivocally that as far as we are concerned. Saigyoku Nijigasumi is not a bankai. No more then Kinshara Sōkyoku Dai Jūichiban - Izayoi Bara or Yūkōjōchū Muramasa is. Maki Ichinose did not say bankai and therefore, any suggestion that it is his bankai is speculation. In addition, Gold3263301 did not close that discussion (people really need to get out of the habit of thinking the last person who responds is the one who closes the topic), he does not have the authority to do so. The admin Arrancar109 (Talk) did. In short, drop it - its not up for discussion. Tinni (Talk) 15:18, August 10, 2010 (UTC)
Hey, I followed the most obvious conversation thread. What, exactly, do you expect people to do when the discussion is tabled like that? You call it "speculation," but I don't see the difference. EIther way, you're making a decision on what it is. The most obvious decision to me would be to go with Bankai, because of the naming format. Kinshara blablabla does not share the same format nor does it really change. As for Yukojochu Muramasa, that's a separate issue entirely. I don't know jack shit about the Zanpkauto Unknown Tales Arc. If someone else wants to tackle that issue, I say, let them.Neo Bahamut (talk) 15:42, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

It is not Bankai. Did you hear him say Bankai before he used it? No, and that is because it is not bankai. You keep bringing up old issues that have been decided and try and change them. THEY HAVE BEEN DECIDED UPON. He was a lieutenant and therefore, for all we know, never achieved Bankai. This is the policy of this site. We list all lieutenants as having not achieved Bankai unless it has specifically been said that they have.--God (Pray) 15:48, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

I try to correct logical fallacies regardless of who stamped their respective foot down. So fucking sue me. Hell, the policy was recently re-written just because it supported what I was saying! Frankly, I think you guys should really question why you give people so much shit for trying to fix questionable information because "we already decided." I wasn't aware I was speaking to Tite Kubo. I don't remember what he said. I don't remember what episode it was in, I'm not watching a whole episode for this, & I can't find it on YouTube because of copyright restrictions.Neo Bahamut (talk) 15:53, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

First off watch your mouth. Second, The policy was re written to make it clearer, not because it supported you. You have done nothing but come in here and re-open discussions that had been decided on long ago. It is not a logical fallacy. We are quite democratic on this site. We had all these discussions long ago and they were decided on. You have not presented any new information to overturn our decisions. So I will ask once more, did you hear him say Bankai?--God (Pray) 15:59, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

First let me say please watch your mouth profanity is not tolerated here period. Secondly if you dont read the manga or watch the episodes for proof to back your argument then you have no argument. You cant determine something is questionable because your personal belief is that is, where's your proof from the information given that it is. Third the speculation policy wasn't rewritten it says the same thing it has always said, but now it asks for proof from those who would question something without being able to back it and finally to just point something out Maki Ichinose not only didn't say Bankai which is standard of any such use of that release in Bleach. There has not been a instance once of it being used without the statement. But just to clarify what Godisme said it was never stated that he was a lieutenant in the arc, just that he was a member of unknown seated rank. So all in all he wasn't even a lieutenant further making it unlikely he had any significant rise in power.--Salubri (Talk) 16:01, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

I am going to say what I say to most people who decide to challenge us. Find proof or drop it. So far the only proof you have is the "naming format". Expect that it was never codified any where that bankais have to have that naming format. Maki is an anime only character. If the anime studio wanted him to have a bankai, they could have easily given him one without much trouble. In addition, Salubri is absolutely correct. We have had shikai's released without verbalising the command (Komamura, Unohana, Isshin), we have shikai's released without even being told the Zanpakuto name (Iba) but we have never once had a bankai without the word "bankai". Therefore, assuming it is bankai is speculation. It is not for us to determine what is and isn't a bankai. All Maki said was that was the true power of his Zanpakuto. That is all. We double check all our information and most of us go back and check the manga chapters and anime episodes before we open our mouths. It is not a logical fallacy and you are just being deliberately argumentative. Tinni (Talk) 16:06, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

You know what? I'm done here. What little change I've managed to affect is not worth the bullshit I've had to go through. Someone questions your logic, you just accuse them of trying to start shit. Well, I hope that works out for you, but I'm not tolerating it any longer. You won't see me editing anymore, at least not outside of talk pages & forums. Oh, & about my language? Frankly, if it makes you uncomfortable, you should find a different fandom. Have fun acting like a Continuity Bureau, sorry if I yucked that up for a few weeks.Neo Bahamut (talk) 16:14, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

And how does this change from what you have already been doing? All you have done is question old decisions. If you want us to be nicer than actually contribute to the site. There is a lot that needs to get done. Bringing up old discussions is not being beneficial to the site. Why not actually try and be helpful. I could always use help in the Bleach Wiki:Grammar Corner and then there are always the committee projects Bleach Wiki:Article Improvement Project and Bleach Wiki:Anime Summary Project. Help out and you will like the site a lot better--God (Pray) 16:22, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Echoing God, that would be different from what you have been doing so far how? I checked your edits and you haven't actually edited a lot of article. Maybe 5 or 6 article edits. Mostly you seem to want to argue close discussions. Which is fine and encouraged because we do get things wrong. But to do so you need some sort of proof. For example, here is me arguing for a change in the classification of Hinamori's Zanpakuto. This is my first failed attempt at getting it changed. It failed because I didn't have proof. Then I found proof and so in my second attempt, I successfully got it changed. In short, bring us proof and we will change it. But if it is just opinion then we must always err on the side of caution. However, in this case, it is actually pretty clear cut. Maki didn't say bankai, therefore, it isn't a bankai no matter what the naming format is - especially when bankai naming formats, or technique naming formats for that matter, are not set in stone. Tinni (Talk) 16:28, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Did I stutter? I. Am. Not. Interested. And for the record, if you're going to tell me that I didn't do anything despite all the crap I've been putting up with, you may as well not even ask for my help, because that's no way of going about asking for a favor.Neo Bahamut (talk) 17:08, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

You didn't do anything. So please stop pretending that you did and we are not asking for your help. We are simply pointing out what constitutes "doing something". Bringing up groundless arguments is not "doing something" and you wouldn't have to put-up with anything if you didn't start it. You started stuff, then wouldn't drop it even when things were explained to you. So really, if you had to put up with something, its through your own actions. Tinni (Talk) 17:18, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

As Tinni said, you have not really done anything. Many users here have started out by getting berated after continually arguing with the admins and other users here. I was one of them. I argued with the admins nonstop for a while about stuff I can't even remember any longer. I was angry and mad and thought I was right. Then I started getting involved and starting liking it here. I followed policy and now I think I am on pretty good terms with everyone. I suggest you stick around and make good faith edits and you will see this is a good place to be. Its fine and everyone is very cool. Just don't try and bring up old discussions without evidence--God (Pray) 17:33, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Yes. I have. No. I am not "cool." The boat has already sailed on this issue. As for the moronic allegations that this is all about me being right, watch this: Saigyoku Nijigasumi is Ichinose's Bankai. Isshin Kurosaki deflected Aizen with a Kido attack. Ulquiorra is the strongest Espada. Wow. No editing conflicts there. It's almost as though...I can very easily say...that the Wiki is full of crap & my interpretation is right...without putting up with red tape. Whoa. My mind was just blown.Neo Bahamut (talk) 17:43, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

And if you had any proof for any of that, we would put it in the articles--God (Pray) 18:43, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Not that this is at all the point, but let's say I want to hear the proof that Saigyoku Nijigasumi is a special attack. No, "he doesn't say Bankai" doesn't count. Denying one premise doesn't prove another.Neo Bahamut (talk) 19:15, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Well, it is Occam's Razor.Also,when your rule out all other possibilities, whatever is left must be the answer. There are only two possibilities, it is a shikai technique or it is his bankai. We have ruled out bankai so the only explanation left is shikai ability--God (Pray) 19:19, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

I fail to see how either of those statements applies. I see no solid reasoning that Bankai makes more assumptions OR has been ruled out. Frankly, that looks like a whole lot of nothing.Neo Bahamut (talk) 19:25, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Did he say Bankai? No. has anyone in the series ever performed Bankai without saying Bankai? No. Did anyone say that was his Bankai? No. Is there any evidence to say that that was his bankai? No. Bankai has been ruled out making it a shikai ability.--God (Pray) 19:30, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

What about "Flash & Burst"? I asked that ages ago but never got an answer. Also, the evidence is the naming format. You may not find it to be convincing evidence, but it IS evidence.Neo Bahamut (talk) 19:37, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

How is putting a word in front of the shikai name evidence? To that point Yūkōjōchū Muramasa would be a bankai WHICH IT IS NOT. So instead of arguing when your point is obviously moot, why not try and be an effective editor here. As for Flash and Burst, it is merely what the english Dub made his shikai command. --God (Pray) 19:43, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Your words imply that he did, in fact, say that before using the "attack" in question. Umm...YOU say Yukojochu Muramasa is not his Bankai. All I ever said was that I've never seen the Zanpakuto Unknown Tales Arc. Effective counterexample that ain't. Now, let's go through this again: Tensa Zangetsu. Daiguren Hyoinmaru. Hiho Zabimaru. Senbonzakura Kageyoshi. Yep. Totally no pattern there. In fact, let's look at a similar not-pattern: Meter, kilometer, millimeter.... I don't know why you're so insistant on trying to get me to concede, but you'll need to be more convincing than that. Besides, I already told you that I have no interest in maintaining this Wiki any more.Neo Bahamut (talk) 19:57, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

I leave you to your disillusions then--God (Pray) 19:59, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Ooh, big man. By the way, the word you're looking for is "illusions" or "delusions." Or do we need a committe to decide whether or not I'm speculating about what you meant?Neo Bahamut (talk) 20:03, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

sigh By your logic, Suzumushi Tsuishiki: Enma Kōrogi is not a bankai. In addition, there is also "how" he used that technique. A bankai is a sustained release. That's what it is. There was nothing sustained about what Maki did. He performed it, it started to shallow Kenpachi up, then he started to walk away. You can't walk away from your bankai. The only one with the logic fallacy is YOU! You can't just taut one thing, which doesn't prove anything, and ignore everything else. If this is how you argue your points, no wonder you don't get anywhere. Tinni (Talk) 20:08, August 10, 2010 (UTC)


Explain how that's "my" logic, because it sounds to me like you're just putting words in my mouth. What I saw was an "expansion of spiritual pressure," or as the fans might put it in layman's terms, "his Shikai took up to 11." Either way, describes what a Bankai is. Not sure where you're getting your rules. Bankai are sustained, but their effects aren't always. Hitsugaya's ice isn't in a constantly fixed form & Soi Fon is allegedly only able to fire hers a few times a week. Now, I love dramatic speeches as much as the next person, but that "the one with the logical fallacy is YOU!" shitck was just corny. What are you even on about? Besides an Ad Hominem, that is.Neo Bahamut (talk) 20:22, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Still not going to drop the subject and admit you're wrong, eh? It's "shtick", btw. The way you spell it makes it look like profanity. Gold3263301 (talk) 20:29, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, it's totally me that's doing that. It's not as though I said "I'm done with this" like 2 hours ago & people are still trying to force me to concede. Also, it's called a typo, genius.Neo Bahamut (talk) 20:31, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

We are done arguing with you. We are correct, you are wrong. We have disproved your one piece of evidence and yet you don't seem to understand it. Even if you have not seen the Zanpakuto arc, you can see from what we have said that just because a word is placed in front of a shikai name does not mean it is bankai. Tinni pointed out that a Bankai is a sustained release and Saigyoku Nijigasumi is not. You ignored this too. So we are done. Don't bother trying to ignore more evidence. We are done with this discussion. If you do not want to be an editor around here then so be it but stop wasting our time and just leave--God (Pray) 20:33, August 10, 2010 (UTC)
Dude, get OVER yourself. No one's telling you to keep coming back here & trying to push your interpretation. Also, FYI, I didn't "ignore" Tinni, I responded to everything he said, so you can shove that particular accusation where the sun doesn't shine. Here's the deal: I'M NOT GOING TO TELL YOU YOU'RE RIGHT BECAUSE YOU WANT IT THAT WAY. If you're "done" with this argument, then that's fine, but repeatedly coming back here trying & get the last word in on me while shouting "You're wrong! We're right! Admit it!" just makes you look like a spoiled manchild. You've disproved nothing. Cry to somebody who cares.Neo Bahamut (talk) 20:43, August 10, 2010 (UTC)

Spam

Please refrain from advertising other sites. We do not allow it. Also, regarding the above comments: in future please be aware of the Bleach Wiki:Discussion Policy. ~~Ууp <talk> 11:22, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

You guys might want to be familiar with your own policy, then. Again. Most notably, "Do not abuse others or attempt to silence their views" & "Do not delete talk page posts." Speaking of, it's my talk page, I'll put whatever drivel I want on it--not that the site is drivel & anyone reading this should definitely join--anyway, if you're threatened by other sites & bad language, I would reccommend resorting your priorities.Neo Bahamut (talk) 15:56, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

Perhaps you are not aware of the policy of just about every site I know of, Listen to the admins. Yyp has said we do not allow it and therefore it is not allowed. Now take it down.--God (Pray) 16:10, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

No. It's my talk page, so I'm keeping it. Why should I have to get rid of it just because there's some ridiculous policy against it? Maybe you enjoy being a tool, but it's not really my bag.Neo Bahamut (talk) 16:14, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

As long as you are on this site, you will follow the policies of this site. Our policy dictates that you are not to advertise other sites. Now follow it and we won't have a problem--God (Pray) 16:28, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

Stop putting up spam. If you continue to ignore the rules of this site, you are going to get banned. TheDevilHand888 (talk) 16:31, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

Go to Hell. I'm not following this inane, ridiculous policy. There is no good reason to prevent people from putting up links on their own damn pages. If that's going to be a problem, then I guess there are 2 choices: Change the policy because it's retarded or go Forum Fascist & ban me, beause I'm not budging on this.Neo Bahamut (talk) 16:34, August 11, 2010 (UTC)


"Do not abuse others or attempt to silence their views". Excuse me? I have neither abused you nor attempted to silence your views. There is a big difference between silencing a person and informing them of a policy that requires them to be civil to other users. I am sure that you are capable of having a conversation and sharing your views without insulting others, so there is no issue with attempting to silence you there. "Do not delete talk page posts": and if you read the user page policy & disucssion policy, you will see that it says "Do not alter any post that is not your own, unless it is to remove abusive content, etc. " Obviously that "etc." needs to be clarified, but it is intended for anything which breaks Bleach Wiki policy. As for the ads, "Terms of Use" of Wikia prohibit spam/advertising. On top of that, your actions were a clearly deliberate attempt to provoke a reaction and flout the rules. On top of that, I see that you have ignored the warnings about your langauge and general treatment of other users and have already been blocked as a result. I think just about everyone here will agree that we were very lenient with you, but that has ended now. Your block is set to last for 12 months. If you chose to start editing Bleach Wiki after that time, then please familiarise yourself with our policies, remember to treat other users with respect, do not attempt to provoke others and flout warnings & be civil at all times, no matter how much you disagree with anyone in order to avoid a repeat of this. ~~Ууp <talk> 18:26, August 11, 2010 (UTC)

Don't Listen to the Wiki's Lies

Wikia's Terms of Use prohibits spamming other users with ads, not promoting sites you made or like on your own personal space. I specifically E-mailed Wikia about this. As a matter of fact, everyone's user page has a section specifically prompting them to do this. I was blocked for a year over a rule that was completely bogus. Was it made up on the spot to silence me? Was it just an incredible display of incompetence & cognitive dissonance? I think the better question is, "How long will it take for this to somehow be handwaved as 'vandalism' to get me permabanned?" I give it 11 minutes.Neo Bahamut (talk) 00:42, August 31, 2011 (UTC)

We never said it was wikia's rule, we said it was Bleach wiki's rule. Cry about it all you like but Wikia gives its wikis the freedom to create their own local policies. You were blocked for spamming, continuously disobeying the rules and insulting people. So long as you are on this wiki, you will follow our policies--GodPray  01:00,8/31/2011 
It doesn't matter which one it is (I'll show you you're wrong below), because it's clearly a bad lie, since EVERYONE can put up websites herp derp. Not that I don't expect double-standards from you. "Don't insult people, crybaby." So, you've been bossing people around for ages, & now you finally have the position to match it. Do you miss being able to hide behind the mods, or whatever they called themselves? Did they know you trolled another website in their name when they promoted you? Some "standards" they have, if they did.Neo Bahamut (talk) 01:11, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
DIRECT QUOTE FROM YYP: "As for the ads, "Terms of Use" of Wikia prohibit spam/advertising" You did not say it was Bleach Wiki's rule, you said it was Wikia's. It's right here in black & white. All you had to do was scroll up to see this, & yet you claim I make crap up without supporting it.Neo Bahamut (talk) 01:13, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
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