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AndyTGD

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  • Greetings, I was told that an user called ANGER MENAGEMENT https://jamesbond.fandom.com/wiki/Special:Contributions/ANGER_MENAGEMENT has left a message here https://jamesbond.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:30583



    This account is a sockpuppet of an individual, who calls himself "Galgares" and was blocked for trolling on other Wikis I manage:

    - https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:64508 - compare this message with the one mentioned above - the same message, the same grammar, the same demand, the same style - which can't be a coincidence;

    - https://fanongarfield.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:2970 - typical troll, who hurls threats for the joy of harming people;

    - https://heathcliff.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:5333#2 - as above.



    Unless you mind friendly advise, I suggest blocking both Galgares and ANGER MENAGEMENT accounts before they start causing trouble.

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  • Hi Andy,
    While researching some informations for Die Another Day, I realized that the names of the two South Korean agents accompanying Bond at the start of the pre-credits sequence were mentioned as Don and Lee in Raymond Benson's novelization. Unfortunately, I cannot find the interpreters of these two characters and wonder if we should create their own pages. What do you think ?

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    • Hmm, good question. I'll leave it to your discretion. Not much to say about the characters though - even in Benson's fleshed-out story, they're basically just faceless South Korean agents. Might make creating a full article difficult. Your call though!

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  • Hello Andy,

    I am currently doing a major restructuring in the French wiki where I would like to integrate more information on video games, in particular by creating pages for each game and each character as it is the case on this wiki. For this, I would like to get good quality screenshots of video games like those you have published on this wiki but I just do not know how to get screenshots on consoles and how you obtained these images. Is there software to take screenshots of a console screen like that of an Xbox or a PlayStation? Have you taken them on the Internet?

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    • Hello,
      I soon finished the restructuring but I miss the images for the games. Do you have a suggestion for obtaining one?

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    • Check discord. Feel free to use any images from the wiki, btw! :)

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  • Heyo. Figured I'd start a new thread here, but I was thinking that we might try to implement more media-based navboxes and a system of image galleries? We have something similar with Aston Martin DB5 appearances, but just maybe change the title to Aston Martin DB5/Gallery? I have a potential Casino Royale film navbox set up in the sandbox, but I'll try to paste it here. here's hoping it works.

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  • Hey Andy. You been foing good? I know I haven't been terribly active of late, but looking around the wiki I've seen a lot of articles formatted in widely different ways and I was wondering if you might be interested in creating some kind of template thing for people to use? With all of Wikia/Fandom's new additions, I believe there is a way to set this up. To be quite honest I use the classic source editor myself, so, I don't see it too much but, I've seen on some page creation prompts that you can set it up with a template. I believe it's just a generic thing for now, but with some work from the "back-end" we might be able to pull it off. Just a thought. Hope you've been doing well. The Boy Who Cried Godzilla (talk) 20:09, February 29, 2020 (UTC)

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    • No need to worry, I totally understand where you're coming from. Ideally, I would love to establish more continuity between all the literary media. But, as you know, its a nightmare due to the various authors seemingly wanting to bolt their sagas onto Fleming's work; but disregarding eachother's material. The timeline and its content is sadly chaos, with the location of Fleming's books placed in different decades and melieu by the authors - Gardner placed the Fleming novels in the 1960s and early 1970s. Benson (perhaps) takes elements of Gardner's continuity, but dismisses other aspects (they're generally very much their own thing, modelled after the current 007 films). Both of Christopher Wood's novelisations tie directly into Golden Gun, in a spin-off series. Later, contra Fleming, Sebastian Faulks assumed the novels were set when they were published and William Boyd ran with that timeline - resulting in some disparity. Horowitz disregarded Faulks and Boyd, setting his books up as prequels in Fleming's original 1950s setting. I haven't read Young Bond myself, but I'd wager there's some complications there with regard to Horowitz.

      Its the only reason why, up to now, I've attempted to divide them into separate continuities bolted onto Fleming's work; as unsatisfying as that is for both of us, sadly. If there is a way to create greater cohesion I'll certainly be happy to assist in that endeavor. Its a real mess - how should we record all this varying content? Like the Marvel Comics approach with dozens of character versions based on their continuities? Or try to combine as many as possible together? Thanks for highlighting all this, because its definitely something we need to have a good hard think about moving forward. I've been focussing more on literary content of late; hopefully we can get them fleshed out a lot more and up to spec. Working through the Trouble Spot strips right now (Gah! Another continuity! lol), but we'll get there eventually.

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    • Oh I get all that, which is why I think a timeline would be best built upon Bond's age at the time it occurs, time of year clues like months or seasons, and as I was lying awake last night I considered that it might not be impossible that at least some of the Gardner-Benson works might take place in between the Fleming stories as well. It'll be a headache for sure, but now that it's more or less common practice to set novels in the native Fleming period, I don't imagine that it'll be too big of a problem going forward. I don't think I touched on this, but the comics are a different beast entirely. The Daily Express stuff is based on Fleming, and some of the Dynamite stuff is as well, but Dark Horse is just all over the place and the modern-set dynamite things seem to be in their own little bubble... 

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  • Hi Andy,

    Just to keep you in the loop, today I messaged Lucho who is the Director of TV/Movies at Fandom regarding a possibile collaboration with us and Fandom to promote No Time To Die's release and generate fan interest (please see here: https://community.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:1809072#2).

    Elsa from Fandom has got back and wants to go forward with this, specifically launching a competition-style promotion whereby fans can create their own fantasy Bond film and win a prize for the best one (please see here: https://jamesbond.fandom.com/wiki/Thread:29471).

    We willl soon discuss ideas and plans on email so would you like to provide me with your personal email so that you can be included in discussions? My email for reference is: thomassmit0@gmail.com (also I think it would a good idea for us to talk on email about things like this in the future so it is a bit more private than messaging on here!)

    Let me know what you think. Best wishes,

    Tom

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  • You're proposed that this article should be merged with this one. I'm planning to make an article for each level from the game. Should I merge the pages anyway?

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  • Hans Oberhauser died in 1995 when he was 43. Franz Oberhauser (Blofeld) born in 1946. So if I count good his father was born in 1952. Than Blofeld older than his father???

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    • lol, its hilarious, isn't it?

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    • Yeah :D Its just a litle mistake :P

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    • Btw, do we have confirmation on the 1995 date on-screen? I know he was given temporary custody over Bond in 1983. Trying to remember if it was ever explicitly seen or heard,

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    • I dont know, maybe in movie. 

      other thing. I see a lot of pages of characters. Some years before i made pegaes fo james bond characters but you deleted a few one. may i put them back again?

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  • Heyo. I found this video compiling the monthly episodes of Rogue Agent: Undercover, and figured I'd share it with you.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJuXj9kQPcc

    However, the more I look into it, the more it seems that GoldenEye's first name being Johnathon is just a widely accepted urban legend. I've tried diggig around the old Rogue Agent website, and through the PS2 manual, which many claim to have his full name listed. But in one of my searches, it seems that our site referring to him as Johnathon is being treated as confirmation of this by some fans. The Xbox manual does confirm his surname as Hunter, but that's all she wrote. Hope you're doing well.

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    • That's some fantastic detective work! Probably best to remove the name then, I couldn't turn up anything either except for "Hunter".

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  • whomever he were must have scared the living daylights out of her

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