Talk:Claudia von Stillfried
Your creativity is appreciated, but I am unsure whether or not this content belongs on the wiki. The main focus of the wiki is that of canon. -ANTHONY 18:41, 6 May 2014 (UTC)
Really? I've come across other custom witches here before, coincidentally another one called Claudia, and fan works are here. The entry would only appear for those using the random page option anyway. I've even seen an entry on a Madoka RP forum in my random page browsing. That said, I don't think my entry disrupts the wiki.(Miho Yamamura 23:43, 6 May 2014 (UTC))
- Oh, I see. If that is the case, then please excuse me. I was actually unaware of the presence of other fan works on the site. -ANTHONY 00:08, 7 May 2014 (UTC)
- Other fanwork exists on the wiki here and there. From memory, I don't believe there's any wiki guidelines or editor consensus over they're within our scope though. I think they're fine, as long as they're clearly labeled as such and not linked on the official pages in any ways. Ideally though, wiki pages should be summaries of existing content, since this makes for a poor creative outlet. - Prima 01:44, 7 May 2014 (UTC)
I apologize for my merciless editing of my page to spam the recent changes section, and thus, causing this little discussion here. Indeed, I was only putting it here sneakily trying to have it in the beautiful format the canon witches are on this wiki. Additionally, I figured if I put it here and not try to shove it into peoples faces, someone who is actually stumbling across it via the Random Page button might be delighted having found something "secret". Like I have felt, when I saw that other fan witch. I think I get your points, though. If everyone started doing it, this place would get overwhelmed by random bad fan stuff. (Miho Yamamura 04:49, 7 May 2014 (UTC))
- If it helps, I think it's an interesting and well designed piece of fanon, even if it shouldn't be on an official wiki.