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  • Hey, in case you didn't see the blog, you can now use Special:Analytics to see useful and interesting traffic data for this wiki.

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  • Hey there, I just noticed that you deleted the Hank page a few days ago. May I ask, what was the purpose of deleting such a central article?

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  • There’s some codes I’ve know and found to decorate things here:

    EXAMPLE. So can I use this in the articles?

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  • Hello Beppo! It's been too long. Sorry about my inactivity. How are both you and the Madness Combat Wiki doing? :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)

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    • No worries. Take as long time to respond as you need to. Nice, I am glad that you liked them. Bunny Kill is one of if not the very best tribute to Madness Combat. Well, I do not know if you saw the after credits scene of Bunny Kill 3, volume 2, but the robot showed up again behind Snowball in the ship he escaped in. Yeah, I would have prefered to see that thing destroyed as well. It did not matter how skillful Snowball was. Only Smoke could handle it in the end. Now, as for the canonity however. No, each episode's story Arc is different from one another. See Snowball, Smoke and Dust as actors pretty much playing a different character in each arc. With the exception of Snowball who plays the same character in every arc. Snowball and Smoke for example are both allies in Bunny Kill 2 and 3, but enemies in Bunny Kill 1 and 5. Snowball and Dust are both allies in Bunny Kill 5, but in Bunny Kill 2 and 3 they are enemies. The professor on the other hand is the main antagonist in Bunny Kill 3 and uses Dust and the robot in the same way as the Sheriff uses both Jesus and Tricky while Snowball and Smoke tries to stop him, but in Bunny Kill 5 he is the second in command to Smoke and he is getting betrayed by Smoke. Flint is a kung fu master in Bunny Kill 4, but in Bunny Kill 5 Flint turns out to be an ally to Snowball, but later we would found out that he was never an ally with Snowball at all and he would later easily get killed by Dust at the end of Bunny Kill 5, volume 2. Ruby was only part of Bunny Kill 4 I believe. Still, my point is that each episode is a diffent story arc. For me, Bunny Kill 2 and 3 are the two best ones with Bunny Kill 4 close behind. Bunny Kill 1 while still being pretty great still had it flaws. Bunny Kill 5 has amazing animation and fights, but I am not a big fan of the story. I always prefered Snowball and Smoke as allies over Snowball and Dust as allies. While killing of Snowball in volume one was a different and cool idea compared to the other episodes, it was not really enough for me however. The weakest part for me is the final battle between Smoke and Dust at the end. While it was a pretty cool fight and all that, it probably was the most predictble fight I have ever seen before. I predicted the outcome of that fight even before the actual fight even started. Maybe that is partly why Bunny Kill 2 and 3 are my favorite ones because Snowball and Smoke are allies and that they were not as predictble as Bunny Kill 5 was. Glad you enjoyed them. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)

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    • Interesting story. You became a fan like a decade after I did, but it's always great to chat with Madness Combat fans. No matter when they started to watch Madness Combat and you even converted some more fans as well. Well done. The more the better. Now, as for Torture. Have you ever checked out either Dadness Combat or Mr. Nails before? Torture is the main antagonist in Dadness Combat and also the main protagonist in Mr. Nails. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)

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  • Sorry for having you undo what I did but how do I mass follow pages without messing up anything?

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    • No problem, I know you had no bad intentions. But as far as I know there is no way to follow pages unless you edited them.

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    • But if my edits didn't change anything then why did you have to undo them?

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    • housekeeping

      also, you can follow pages without editing; in the toolbar on the bottom expanded by clicking on the arrows in the corner (if you're on mobile, scroll to the bottom of a page and press "view full site"), if there isn't a "follow" button somewhere in the toolbar, you can put one in it by pressing "customize"

      which is neat

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    • Thx

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • I'm Tephra, the new Fandom Wiki Manager for the Madness Combat Wiki. I am here to help the community and be your liaison to Fandom. If you need anything, feel free to contact me and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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    • Thank you, if there's a problem you'll be the first to know.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • Beppo Jedi But im finded this GO4LM This GO4LM at madness project nexus this removed character i finded it at hacked madness project nexus site just wanted a test  i pressed SHIFT and writed invite 30-zombie_fatman

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    • Ok, I did some research I think you meant this site. The zombie GO4LM seems to be in the games files but not in the actual gameplay. So you can add this fact + the picture, in the trivia of the GO3LM page and ect. But don't add the pic in the infobox, add it in the trivia section.

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    • ok

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  • In the arena combat page, should I add all possible names you can find in the hire screen that aren't unique?

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  • I'm going to have to disagree with you on the Auditor not being considered a main antagonist in MC11. The Auditor may only appear personally for two scenes, but his prescence can be felt throughout and the spikes that kept popping up through the floor were extensions of him. In fact, the whole episode was basically one big chess match between him and Tricky, with Hank and Sanford as pawns.

    The reason the Auditor isn't a main antagonist in Madness Combat 7 isn't because of his little screentime, it's because he didn't do anything to impact the plot; that episode revolved around Hank being chased by Tricky, Auditor didn't do much. Inversely, Tricky is considered a main antagonist of Madness Combat 5.5 despite only appearing for about 30 seconds of it because he does have an impact on the plot, he shows up to fight Sanford and Deimos at one point.

    Auditor in MC11 however is much more proactive, he actively plays the events so Hank and Sanford will kill Tricky, only to wind up dead themselves. In short my argument is basically that a character's screentime shouldn't determine whether they play a major role, their actions in the screentime they have should.

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    • Hi,

      I have to admit, what you say is correct, you are right, but you also said its one big chess match between him and Tricky. Also he seems to be helping Hank, giving him a new arm and a power boost at the end, when he kills Tricky.

      He has an important role, but the question is, can he be considered as an antagonist at all? It seems there are 3 parties in this episode: Hank & Sanford, Tricky & minions and the Auditor. With one party helping the other to destroy the third party (Tricky) because he is a larger threat.

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  • Since this user couldn't handle most of their edits being reverted they decided the most reasonable course of action was to spam categories on almost every weapon page.

    I have also changed my mind on the admin/moderator/rollback position if it has not already been taken.

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