User talk:Myth/Archive 1
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Dude, that's a big bunch of edts to your userpage today. I see that you were having issues getting your tier list right, and you were editing your page over and over again. This is filling up Recent Changes, and you're going to have to tone it down a tad. But there's an easy way to do this.
See that button? If you press it, you can see what your userpage will look like with the edit you've made, but it won't save until you hit Save Page. You should use the Show Preview button very often, as this is the key to getting your userpage right in one saved edit. Toast ltimatum 09:42, 2 May 2012 (EDT)
Editing the clone page
Before changing anyone's clone status, read the editing notice we have in it:
"Do not remove or change anyone's clone status without bringing it up on the talk page first. Additionally, do not add any new pairs without proper discussion on the talk page."
Additionally, regarding what you wrote trying to claim Lucario as some sort of clone to Mewtwo: Their forward specials being grabbing moves is irrelevant; the type of move has no bearing whatsoever on clonage, otherwise you would be calling every grabbing move a cloned move, every charging special a cloned move, etc. Additionally, their up specials not having hitboxes is irrelevant; just like a move's type, a single property of the move is completely irrelevant (trying to call their up specials cloned moves on the basis of them not damaging would be like calling Mario's and Captain Falcon's forward smashes cloned moves because they deal fire damage). And one cloned move is far from enough to qualify a character as a sort of clone (otherwise, you would be calling Charizard a clone of Bowser because of their neutral specials, Yoshi a clone of Mario because of their u-smash, etc.). Omega Tyrant 18:48, 31 July 2013 (EDT)