Hey, I don't mean to bother you, but I wanted to bring it to your attaention that BeybladeFanOff has been undoing my edits for some of the Beyblade Burst character pages, namely Rantaro, Wakiya, and Xander. They are all confirmed to be at/around 11 years old, and I have shown proof of their ages, but the they repeatedly keep changing the ages to 16 (Rantaro), 15 (Wakiya) and 19 (Xander), respectively. Most of the characters were made to look older than their actual ages, and some don't even have confirmed ages at all. Here's my proof:
Xander was in kindergarden with Valt and Shu, which put him at/around 11 years old (the same as Valt and Shu)
The very first picture in Rantaro's gallery (a manga pic) shows that he is a 5th grade student. (How can a 16 year old be a 5th grader?)
Wakiya goes to the same school as Valt, and he is around 11 as well.
I had spoken to Moviejunkie2009 about this, and they recommended that I talk to you about this. I was told that you and DranzerX13 are the ones who issue warnings and blocks. I don't want to start an edit war with BeybladeFanOff, and I have been abiding by the wikia's rules and not posting any wrong info or vandalizing pages, but do you think you could at least issue a warning to BeybladeFanOff, please? I feel like unless something happens, they're going to keep doing it and there will be no other choice than to block them, and I really don't want that to happen.
P.S. I sent this same message to DranzerX13 already, but I also wanted to make you aware of this as well)
Thank you for notifying me about this. I totally agree with you: Valt, along with most people, are definitely, undoubtedly 11 years old. To know that this contributor also kept re-adding the false information after being corrected, never once questioning what they seem to believe, really pushes me to do more than issue a warning, especially as I do not know how to do that exactly anyway hah: I have blocked them for a few months. We want at least a break from having to take care of their edits and a block will for sure get them to rethink their 'information' and, hopefully, contact me so we can discuss the issue.
Keep up your good work on the Beyblade Wiki, it means a lot to us.
Ah, this is a honest mistake. I was following Mana's request to change the pages, but since that was how I had already done it for some articles, I was sure this was the only way to change the name of an article. Clearly I only read your message too late ... Hopefully the damages are not too important, but the most important for me is that factual information is seen, instead of fake family names, at least.
Thank you for the tip though, I will definitely know about it now if I have to go through such a procedure again.