I was a bit puzzled. I expected a two-part finale, so it felt rather abrupt. I'm not that invested emotionally anymore, but I think the ending sweeps the initial My Struggle storyline away, so I don't really know what to make of this. I only hope the Smoking Man is really dead this time. The idea of shooting Mulder who turned out to be Jackson in disguise was a good idea.
Thank you very much for your answer! I believe, that the old Mythology it was more complicated, but was more interesting and beatiful. I guess, a third X-Files Movie should have been made, which would have closed the mythology, and then perhaps a spin-off revival. I liked the Hybrid Artwork.
Maybe one last question? Are the Rebels grey-looking aliens or humanoids? Thank you!!!
Hello! Do not you know if you remember me? I asked you a lot of questions. (For example: " Is the blood of alien colonists toxic or not)?" I suggested a change to the article of Gregor clones a few years ago. Forgive me if I bother you! The "Hybrid" article really liked me. I wrote two comment to Alien Bounty Hunters and one comment to Hybrids based on original X-Files Mythology. If you're curious about it then look at it! I live in Hungary. Here, too, there are big X-Files fans. Only I wonder how much you like about the "new X-Files revival"? Thank you!
My interest for the X-Files is not what it used to be, but I still follow the revival. The only episodes I have liked from Seasons 10 and 11 are "Founder's Mutation," "This" and "Ghouli." I liked Ghouli because it likened William to the original hybrids.
Hello, I was wondering if you're still active and if you're still interested in lending a helping hand to this community! :) My name is Audrey and I recently adopted this wiki since nobody had edited for over a year, and appointed two new admins as well as overhauling the wiki in terms of theme, style, and features to make it easy to edit, welcoming, etc... Since I know can see were a great editor in the past, I wanted to know if you're still intending on helping out at all. Thanks! :)
Thanks for getting in touch with me. I've had issues with the founder and another administrator who felt it was all right to delete large quantities of text and work from other contributors, and I don't really want to participate here anymore. My interest for this series is not what it used to be. But thanks for asking. I wish you the best in your endeavours. I hope my past contributions are still here and useful to some.
Someone is talking with me on my wall about the return of the X-Files (2016) and is wondering if we will update/revamp/fix the page for that. I told him I'd go wake up the admins, so here I am. He has a point after all.
I guess check out my wall or the forums where I tried to start a talk about that.
Hi, KLessard. I have no problem with the Message Walls. They're cool! :) I got a bit mixed up and thought you were referring to the Article Comments, which really do have a lot of vandalism, swearing, etc. on them and don't show up on the recent changes lists. Do you think we should still have them, nonetheless? It's clearly been shown that Message Walls are popular here (establishing a community consensus for their implementation). Also, I have no problem with them and haven't seen negative comments about them from anyone who does. So, I've taken the liberty of activating them. Apologies for the mix-up.
I was referring to both message walls and comments, but I agree it was easy to vandalize the comments section (I deleted a lot of swearing there, and I was on the lookout for this when I was around). But yet, there were such rich conversations as well for users who weren't members or hesitated to contribute but wished to ask questions about the mythology and all. Philosophical discussions, even. I have to admit I miss this. Administrators used it as well to discuss more specifically on a character, for example, using the comments section. If you want clearer laws on what is allowed there (swearing and mean criticism will be deleted, for example), I think it would be preferable than to just prevent people from posting. But I understand your view. Do you feel it is too much responsibilty to keep the comments clean? Because I would be willing to do my part in that respect.
As for copyright issues, I sure would like to know more about it. Has the wiki been accused of copyright violations?
By the way, the badges feature had been previously disabled by consensus (last year), as most users complained and found them silly.
Yeah, I suspect it would be too hard to keep the remarks clean on the article comments. Do you know how we would going about keeping a check on them, as they're not visible on the recent changes pages?
The way I understand it, if you are following a page, you are notified by e-mail that someone commented or edited. I encountered good and bad comments this way. But it seems to me that it did appear on the wiki activity? I was definitely notified regularly when a very interesting discussion began on Jeremiah Smith last year, and I took an active part in it, and JoseChung as well.
Are you well connected with Wikia staff? Perhaps you could propose a recent changes notification for comments?
Hey. As you have must likely noticed, I have been updating the cast sections on the episode pages. I have come across several inaccuracies in character and actor names on the Performers and Performer crossover appearances pages. It is very time consuming checking for and fixing these mistakes. Considering that these pages are incomplete and redundant if the episodes and actor pages are completed, I was wondering if they could be deleted. Thanks.