Hey MainLineEngines, I was just wondering about something. Should everything that Top2456’s been adding to the wiki, like the Slender Man, Ultimate Custom Night stuff, really be allowed here?
I’m just thinking it’s rather dark and gruesome content for this wikia and doesn’t quite fit in well. Also, now he’s adding pictures of the characters in The Slender Man universe and one depicts Henry holding a bloody chainsaw. That definitely seems a little violent and too much and frankly, I don’t like it.
Plus, I saw that there’s even a wiki with all this Thomas the Slender Engine and Ultimate Custom Night Content as well (SlendyBFDI I think it’s called) and he’s a contributor on that wiki. Is there any way he can keep all of this on that wiki?
(Sorry Top2456, I know you can see this, but frankly dude, I don’t understand why you’re posting all this horror game content on a non-horror wiki. I just want to hear what MainLineEngines has to say.)
Yeah, as I mentioned to him, it really isn't suited for this wikia. Especially those photos which I have deleted now. You know, I used to kind of like the dark aspect of Thomas but I strayed away from it since I found it really wasn't for me. I don't have a problem with other people doing that but it just isn't for me.
Anyways, thanks for notifying me. I know when I first saw Top2456's content, I wasn't really sure what is was, so I gave him the benefit of the doubt, but in the end, it doesn't belong here.
Nice. I'll check it out. I have also released an episode today titled Behind the Gate which features the narrow gauge engines once again. There will also be another episode up before Halloween.
Also, is there any time we could chat, 'cause I have some stuff I'd like to talk about - about the current state of the TV series, our series, other stuff, etc. So if you're ever available, feel free to message me.
I left feedback for Axles of Steel on the page but then comments started acting up so I couldn't for Contaminated so I will here. I really liked Contaminated. I haven't seen the TUGS episode you based it on, but its a really good story. And you did a great job incorporating something seemingly unrelated to railways such as Salmonella into the story. The trains with the contaminated meat and warning flags was very interesting and very well done. The characters were also spot on. All felt that they fit the role and was another great thing. I thoroughly enjoyed Contaminated so you get a 9.5/10.
Lady now has a page. Quite interesting 'cause just last week I had re-watched Thomas and the Magic Railroad, so what perfect timing. But anyways, I also realised we didn't have steam engines category, but we do now! So, yeah, that's that. See you around.
Not really. Animals have never been anthropomorphic in TTTE, so I'd say no. Then again, all my story ideas are formulated around the engines on Sodor and occassional foreign engines, real-life stories, etc. so I wouldn't see how that fits in TTTE. I mean, I've stated time and time again my inspiration for stories. I know and understand it's not the same for everyone, but it works for me and as long as it does, I'll keep utilising my method for stories. So, yeah, I'd say no but I'm not stopping you!
Hey Brandon, glad to hear from you again. Well, I've been good, got lots of story ideas on top of stuff I want to revise so been at that recently. Also, finalising Work and Play on top of college work. Overall, been a good start to the year. How have you been doing?
Well, I've commented on them. Very good start and of course I'll leave feedback for future episodes as well. Then, I have several re-writes (whenever I get to them of course) coming up, Work and Play and more! So, I invite you to leave feedback as well.
By the way, I've a question that I'd like your input. Do you think Emily could fit in my series. I included her in Thomas and the Avalanche but I was never really sure what to do with her. Looking to the future, I'm leaning towards integrating her, but still not one-hundred percent sure. What do you think?
Yeah, I guess there's no loss in integrating her. The only thing now is that I actually do it! I do have ideas so I think she'll work fine. If all goes well at least by the seventy-fifth anniversary short, but maybe sooner who knows. Anyways, thanks for your input.
Yeah, my week-day schedule is a bit inconsistent, but I'm usually free weekend afternoons. At any rate, just leave me a message and I'll reply as soon as I can! I usually check-in here at least once a day. See you around!