I think some people, including myself, thought it would be most appropriate to use the Omnitrix (Omniverse) link as a source on the top of all of the Classic Continuity alien pages because said device is the one that CC Ben is currently wearing. Granted, the first two Omnimatrix devices definitely had all of the alien DNA samples of every species that are presumed to hail from the Milky Way (minus the Andromeda Five), but I think it makes the most sense to use the OV Omnitrix as a source since again, CC Ben is currently wearing that device, and the original Omnitrix and original Ultimatrix no longer exist.
Heatblast is the Omnitrix's DNA sample of a Pyronite.
This is a generic statement explaining who Heatblast is. Here, I believe, we should add the generic Omnitrix link (to the disambig page) as the DNA sample isn't exclusive to Classic Ben's latest Omnitrix. At least when explaining who Heatblast fundamentally is. Heatblast was also the DNA sample in the prototype Omnitrix, Ultimatrix, Biomnitrix, Replica Omnitrix etc. Every other link to the Omnitrix, without context, linking to OV Omnitrix makes sense by your logic. I agree to that. In this very first line, I think linking to the generic Omnitrix is most logical.
Welp, just yesterday I took care of all the aliens' pages except Whampire's, who really shouldn't get the generic Omnitrix link treatment since his DNA wasn't obtained by the current Omnitrix until The Vampire Strikes Back. How does that sound?
Hi. The second link doesn't work for me. The first link and fourth link provide contradictory information (where is the first pic from exactly?), and the third link doesn't seem to have any Alien X info that we didn't have already.
It would be more accurate to say "Dwayne Mcduffie considered Alien X to not be the strongest alien in the Omnitrix in 2009; however, the show states that Alien X and Celestialsapiens are the greatest power in the universe in 2010."
It would be more accurate to say "Dwayne Mcduffie considered Alien X to not be the strongest alien in the Omnitrix in 2009; however, the show states that Alien X and Celestialsapiens are the greatest power in the universe in 2010.
Ok, so I've added Duncan's tweets to the list, except the second one here because that's essentially the same as leading a witness, though DJW did say similar stuff, and the fourth one is outright wrong. Celestialsapiens are not at all neutral. They keep manipulating the universes when things don't happen as they like (I remember them debating on Pluto and the dinosaur extinction event and stuff), and when someone does do something like destroy/recreate universes or timelines, like Vilgax did as suggested by the person who tweeted Duncan, they don't stay neutral. They even take them to court.
Hi, I see that you have rightfully remerged Ben 10, 000 (Ben 10) and Ben 10, 000 (Omniverse) back into one page and did the same with Gwendolyn Tennyson and Kevin Levin (Future)? Shouldn't Max Tennyson (Future), Ken Tennyson, and Aloysius Animo (Future) also be remerged into single articles?
Just asking, is the information about their age in Omniverse speculative and with no official sources? It used to say that they are 4 years older than in Ken 10 for years, so I thought that was correct.
No, we don't know when exactly do the events of Ben 10K in OV play out. The show uses a floating point time-scale, plus, the logic of using time-travel to bring back a future version of yourself is that you can bring him back from any point in the future, not necessarily linearly. Remember how Paradox was introduced, we saw multiple versions of him in his first episode, from different periods in time. The only ages we know (are confirmed) are for the two instances in OS.
I compiled them all on my userpage, but basically there are some subpages from the mass "/Reboot" to " (Reboot)" move that left some pages broken with a "/ (Reboot)" name that regular users can't fix due to page move restrictions. There are also some pages that still need links updated to direct to the specific versions of characters as well as some templates. (For the templates I mention the specific links that need to be fixed on their talk pages.) I noticed you fixed some of the other pages I mentioned so I thought I'd give this a shot.
If Eon is the same character between Race Against Time and the animated series, why should he be listed in two different pages? Couldn't we merge the pages together and instead use that history section divider we're now using with character pages to separate Eon's original and current backstories?
Also, there are technically three different versions of "Eon's Servants". Therefore, the Ultimate Alien and Omniverse versions of Eon's minions should each receive their own page. After all, DJW has stated that the OV Eon's minions are robots.
Eon's pages are different because there is a lot of information that's different about the two. But yes, such an approach as you have suggested might be possible. After all, Eon is the only character that has his backstory retconned that has been split into two pages in the Wiki.
Tbh, the wiki does a poor job at making it clear that there is only one Eon. The TV Series page doesn't even clearly mention the UAF version of the events of RAT.
The best solution would be either that you make a suggestion post or that the admins have an internal discussion over the matter and give a verdict.
As for the Eon's Servants' page, you're technically right. But I'd suggest we hold that off till the Eon issue is sorted. Personally, a single page for the different versions should suffice.