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I can't find Nozel's, but here's Jack's https://mobile.twitter.com/nagabo1667/status/761587306935427072/photo/1 EiryuuSlayer (talk) 17:32, August 11, 2016 (UTC)
Actually Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, and others do allow links to their foreign language wikia counterparts. Hence why Wikia (Fandom) set up the shortcut coding.
Re:Was or Is?
The convention when discussing fictional characters is to use the literary present tense. Characters who aren't alive in the story, like Acier, can be discussed using the past tense.
A word that end's with a S doesn't require an apostrophe period. Take the recent chapter for example. When Yami and William go into the forest to see Julius' body, the translations has it as Julius' not Julius's.(Cman12 (talk) 14:44, July 26, 2019 (UTC))
Your first sentence makes no sense and indicates that you shouldn't be trying to lecture on grammar. Whether or not to follow singular nouns with apostrophe+s is up to style and personal taste. It's to avoid a string of s-sounds which people find harsh sounding. "Julius's" doesn't run afoul of this since it's no different from common words like "classes" and "businesses". Dragonus Nesha (talk) 15:02, July 26, 2019 (UTC)
What do you mean personal taste? How can you put your personal taste on a wiki like this. Everything is suppose to have correct grammar. How can you compare a word that ends in "es" to a word that end's only with a "s". Your grammar is wrong and im not lecturing anyone. Im just trying to correct a mistake you made. Even the recent chapter that's out today show's that it's suposse to be Julius' not Julius's.(Cman12 (talk) 15:17, July 26, 2019 (UTC))
The comparison was for the sound of the words; that's the only reason why people will drop the additional 's'. I'm not against that entirely, but it is unnecessary in Julius's case. There are multiple styles of writing in English and each have variations on spelling and grammar rules (e.g., American vs. British English, serial comma). Just because Mangastream chooses one style doesn't mean we have to follow the same style. Dragonus Nesha (talk) 15:41, July 26, 2019 (UTC)
The title was about that specific Spirit Guardian's magic.
- Chapter 1 is titled "The Boy's Vow". Asta/Yuno isn't the only boy in the series; the title is about their specific vow.
- Chapter 117 is titled "The Two Spatial Magic Users". Finral and Langris aren't the only Spatial Magic users in the series; it's about those two specific mages.
It doesn't say that the squad is still the "Golden Dawn." Right before the timeskip, the badges are missing from the Golden Dawns' squad robes, and when a new captain is chosen, they can change the color and name of the squad, like Rill did. Dragonus Nesha (talk) 16:14, December 6, 2019 (UTC)