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Raziel Reaper

aka Ilan xd (former username)

  • I live in Israel
  • I was born on July 27
  • My occupation is Fantasy writer and game/anime critic
  • I am an attack helicopter

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  • Just why? Not to sound aggressive but it makes no goddamn sense.

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    • If it has to be stated for the umpteenth time: Steven Ogg has not been featured in any Red Dead entry to date. There has been a persistant confusion on whether or not he had voiced this character, however, he himself confirmed the voice work had not been done by him. I hope this answers your question.

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    • As Roosevelt said, Steven Ogg never made a voicework in the Red Dead series, which he even confirmed himself in a tweet.

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  • Barbarella isn’t actually a real name just google it and the first thing that pops up is the 1968 movie. Red Dead has made numerous references to old westerns so just wanted to say I think it’s valid trivia on the Alcazar page

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    • Correction: not to imply Barbarella is a western just that it is a famous movie that Rockstar would probably be more than happy to reference

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    • Whoa busted sorry the movie is actually based on a comic series. Like I said “Barbarella” don’t exist outside the comics or the movie other than references to that. The first legendary bounty is a female “bandit queen” who shares the same name as an early heroine? C’mon bruh

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    • Yes, I'm familiar with the movie, as well as the comic book that inspired it. No, this doesn't mean I will re-add the exact one.

      Trivia is for miscellaneous information that can't be added to other parts of the article. It's not a place to add speculations, unofficial comparisons or unconfirmed influences, and in most situations it doesn't matter how likely they might be.

      The fact that that trivia point had "may" in it already invalidates its justification to be on the article.

      On the other hand, I'm in favor of trivia points that explain the name's origins, so I don't mind you adding a similar trivia point like this:

      • Barbarella is a variation of the Latin name Barbara, meaning "strange" or "foreign"; Barbarella originated from the 1968 film by the same name. Alcazar is a Spanish word derived from the Arabic al-qaṣr, meaning "castle" or "fort".

      You can also add about the comics in the same sentence, though I believe it's a little too much for just one trivia point.

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    • I would argue that Barbarella is not necessarily a variation of the Latin name Barbara on account that the variations of Barbara are well documented and Barbarella seems to be a fictional name created by its French author. Otherwise, I don’t see much of a difference between your version and mine, but I still think a mention of it is noteworthy. Guess it’s up to you tho Mr Green

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  • Hey there Raziel. I want to discuss a couple things about John's daughter.

    I found another mention of John's Daughter. In the mission "The Sport of Kings, and Liars", Nigel West Dickens asks John if he has any children. John replies that he has a son and he had a daughter, but she died. I would've edited it on the page, but unfortunately you guys blocked it. I understand though, I know that page had too much speculation and false informaiton on it. 

    Another thing is the dialogue between Abigail and John in the second game. John mentions that he hopes that "there will someone new to knit for you soon" which means that they plan on having another kid. I think that that should be something to note.

    Just a heads up.

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    • I'd say it's up for debate. Personally, I think it should be noted, since R* likely wrote that line of dialogue as a subtle reference to John's daughter. But that's just my opinion.



      I have a question for you that's completely unrelated to the topic at hand. You don't happen to have the Red Dead Redemption 1 Game Of The Year Strategy Guide would you? 

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    • I don't. From my understanding not many people have a copy of it. It was a limited release. Years and years ago I recall someone on the wiki had a copy of it and shared the info that was inside, then used it to construct the timeline page. Intrestingly enough, the book contained some backstory on Dutch's gang that would later be revealed in Red Dead Redemption 2. Dutch saving John from a hanging as a child, Bill being a soldier, all of that was actually in the GOTY book years before RDR2's release. So it's considered canon, despite being a OOG (out of game) source. That's all I know about it.

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  • I found out that the Annesburg Gunsmith's last name is Schultz however i could not find his first & i want to put his name on the Gunsmith page like i did with Roscoe Brenner. Should i just address him as "Mr. Schultz?"

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    • Either way can be fine; if you go with just "Schultz", simply point out in the trivia that it is his last name.

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  • Hey Raziel Reaper,

    Fandom is currently talking to Rockstar Games about how we could possibly collaborate more closely with each other.

    Would you be okay with Fandom passing on your e-mail address (the one you have associated with your Fandom account) to them, so they can reach out to you? You are this wiki's main admin, and they may want to talk to you about news and updates to the game that might be interesting for the wiki's community.

    Please let me know!

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  • Hello Raziel, me again

    I just wanted to let you know that i couldn't find a page on a particular NPC that lives in Manzanita post in rdr 1. So I gave hima a name and wrote down everything i knew (and a couple assumptions) on the page Bruce Reardin. I just wanted to inform you so you dont think im posting fake pages. I also notice a few other random NpPCs issing articles, so I will add those as well.

    namastay,

    Erudite The NightWing 

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  • You accidently blocked me before you answerd my question. Why was it not trivia worthy in your eyes? 

    Imagine this, RDR2 players start to notice the matching surnames and they get curious, so where do you think they would to satisfy that curiosety? Thats rght, here! but the info they want would not be here because for some unnown reason you decided to remove it.

    I think I know whats going on here, you are an admin and its been a while since you got to use that power right? to remind everyone that you are in charge? You call me immature but so far the only reason you have given for removing perfectly good trivia ( from a page LACKING in content mind you ) is simpl;y because I said so  

    Is THAT very mature, my friend?

    I get that being an admin on a wikia for a popular game may be all you have, a point of personal pride and all, but that dont give you fee reign to treat it as your own dictatorship. Its a FANdom, not a YOUdom. 



    Why is it not trivia worthy?

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    Case closed.
    12:40, July 14, 2019
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    • Raziel Reaper wrote:
      Imagine this, a user actually waiting for his block to expire and doesn't sass back! A wonderful thought, I am sure.

      Since you believe I should entertain you, I would this time around. First of all kiddo, if I had truly derived pleasure from my position I wouldn't be responding to this and would have blocked your original account permanently. I am not sure what the fuck happened to you with an admin on another wiki, but you only have your behavior to blame for how things end. Your message to me betrays your words, and did nothing to challenge how I referred to you.

      Please do not swear at me, I have not swore at you.

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    • Raziel Reaper wrote:

      I auggest you to stop it at that, or else I'll also make sure to request your accounts to be either globally blocked or disabled, depending on how severe this it.

      Good night.

      Well I guess you can try that, if it makes you feel any better, but its not really going to help you, my friend.

      It is with the upmost regret that I must inform you your answer is not satisfactory afaic and I will be restoring the trivia.

      Buenos Nochas 

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  • If you can give me a good reason why the matching surnames are NOT trivia worthy, I will let you remove them.

    Look up the meaning of trivia on google

    details, considerations, or pieces of information of little importance or value.

    Id sure say that the fact that some or many people share the same surname in this universe is in fact information that is of very little value, and what the trivia about it does is in fact tell people to CONSIDER the fact that just because 2 or more people share a surname, it does not mean they are related.

    That sounds like good old trivia to me, why do you feel its not? 

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    Raziel Reaper closed this thread because:
    For better or worse, continued and ended on another thread.
    22:22, July 13, 2019
    • I'll tell you what. I had enough of your little uptight attitude problem in both my and Wag's message walls. You are blocked for a week, hope this time will allow you to grow a little sense of maturity when approaching people on a wiki.

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    • Just your name alone deserves a block. Grow up, mate. If you find the reasons for the revers to not be valid then confront it in a mature way instead of being an ass about it. Grow up.

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    • JackiBackiBoy wrote:
      Just your name alone deserves a block. Grow up, mate. If you find the reasons for the revers to not be valid then confront it in a mature way instead of being an ass about it. Grow up.

      WTF my REAL LIFE name is William Negro? the hells your problem?

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    • its pronnounced Neg-row not Nee-grow

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  • Hello. Recently, I made an edit to the Thaddeus Waxman article in an attempt to clarify a trivia item I believed was misleading and vague. User:H. Roosevelt has reverted that edit and subsequent similar edits on three occasions now: [1], [2], [3].

    H. Roosevelt has not provided a persuasive rationale for excluding the information I added, and has currently only claimed that it is either "not necessary" or that the info is already present in another article (Guarma), even though the info's inclusion elsewhere does nothing to clear up the vagueness in the Thaddeus Waxman article. He has also brusquely accused me of "harping" on this issue (see his second revert diff above).

    I would like to request that you to speak to H. Roosevelt and ask him to stop obstructing my edits, or explain to me how my edit is somehow a violation of wiki policy or harmful to the Thaddeus Waxman article. If I truly am violating policy or harming the article, I will apologize and drop this issue.

    Thank you.

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    • Nevermind. After some consideration, I've decided to withdraw this complaint and stop editing this wiki for the foreseeable future. I never planned to contribute here on a long-term basis in the first place, only while I was replaying RDR2, and this dispute unfortunately arising after a mere week of editing has already exhausted my motivation to continue. There's just no sense in pursuing this if my participation as an editor was temporary anyway.

      Sorry for the bother, and no hard feelings.

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    • Hi there Clockpuncher,

      Together, me and H. Roosevelt have decided that the fairest way to resolve the dispute on the Thaddeus Waxman page is via compromise. In my view, both your revision and his were good, and so your last revision has been reworded slightly to hopefully achieve the best of both worlds.

      Your choice to leave is sad but ultimately it is your decision, and I respect it. I have, sincerely, been impressed with many of your edits; you are welcome to return at any time.

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  • Why was some of Leviticus Cornwall's trivia removed? It had some period relevant information in there.

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    • Because trivia is not meant to be speculation, comparisons or stating the obvious. It's miscellaneous information that has no place on the rest of the page, hence why his trivia points were removed. If people want this information around, I'm sure TV Tropes would be fine with it.

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    • Alright, just asking.

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    • No problem, sorry if I came off as a little hostile. Been cleaning up trivia sections for a while now.

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