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Imrancat

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  • I live in Bangladesh (Not Hawkins)
  • I was born on July 4
  • My occupation is Trick or Treating
  • I am Male
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  • Hello Imrancat, I wanted to give you some updates from Fandom! First up, we recently introduced a new feature on Fandom! Ever wanted to know what browser your readers are using? Or perhaps where your readers are from? Now you can with our new analytics feature! What I find interesting from your wikis analytics is your most searched term which is "Eleven"! Your top viewed page is also Eleven, so it's a good idea to keep that page updated! You can access analytics on the Special:Analytics page. If you'd like to do some more reading on this feature, we have a great Blog Post and  Help page to help you get started with this feature! Feel free to also ask away and share your cool findings in our analytics channel on our Official Fandom/Gamepedia Discord Server! You can also let me know if you have any questions.  

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  • Imrancat

    You truly would do well to carefully consider the discussion post, “It’s Game Night At The Cabin!” There is more than this.

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    Forgive me if you are perceiving me as pestering you. That is not at all my intent, and if you ask I will refrain from messaging you. It’s that I believe as an admin you must have a tremendous store of knowledge, given that you are one of the leaders of this fandom and likely read a majority of it’s content. I truly wish for your perspective on this theory. One instance of connection could justly be labeled as a likely coincidence. I worked on providing a number of examples prior to posting so that the theory might at least prove worth toying with. Now, with a fourth connection and a number of others I’m polishing, so they may be presented coherently I need those with a stronger background to weigh in. I respect your need for time, my career is getting hectic at the moment and my ability to be on the fandom is lessening a bit. However, if able, please take a look. Thank you so very much.

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    • Hi, there. Apology for my delayed response. It's very hard to maintain two wikia as well as with all these personal matters that deserve attention.

      Anyway, don't worry. You aren't disturbing me at all. But I am a bit lost here, I mean, which theory are you talking about? Please do clarify.

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    • Imrancat

      No worries. I was referring to the theory that an understanding of CB/Amateur Radio usage can potentially yield results when playing with the idea that the Duffer Brothers have written into Stranger Things codes. Such a code caused a stir, as you well know when Stranger Things: Worlds Turned Upside Down was released accompanied by a key with which to break it.

      If so many films cited by the Duffers (i.e. Close Encounters, Goonies, India Jones, etc.) included codes/puzzles, as did the mentioned text, why not the show itself?

      The Maidenhead Locator System used with Dustin’s switch of frequency request, the blaring presence of Planck’s constant, and Terry Ives repetition of numbers have provided interesting results.

      These results could be a chain of coincidences as Mr. Clarke stated to Joyce, but I wish to have your thoughts on one additional code. This time, as with Worlds Turned Upside Down it involves Morse code.

      We, the viewers are presented with a lengthy view of the front side of the “heart to heart” letter. Not only is the text a bit different than Hopper’s speech, but Joyce’s punctuation is interesting. Why are there dashes “hyphens” in locations that are improper? If one gathers the whole of the the periods and dashes, including the dash in the last coaching tip and separates the groupings into Morse code one ends up with (-. ..- . -). (N,U,E,T) a seemingly non-sensible end product.

      However, many have at one time or another created the encryption of using corollary digits to letters. (14, 21, 5, 20) is the result of conversion. Again, so what? In 1937, the Illinois State Police officer ‘Charlie’ Hopper devised the Ten-Code. There has been variance in interpretation and phrasing of the codes over the years, however one could loosely end up with (Message, Call, Relay, My location). In the context of where we are at with our show one could phrase the words as, “This is a message, sent to relay my location.”

      These results may very well be a simple illusion. But in the context of 80s film, AV clubs, code containing texts, and a bit of fun, what if?

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    • I wouldn't put it past the Duffer Bros to do something like that. I think if we continue to search for codes we will most certainly either yield results or have fun trying.

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      Thank you for commenting. All of this may end up rather as Murray’s ideas regarding Barb, close, but off in ways that end in false results. However, I strongly believe that if the book Stranger Things: Worlds Upside Down was akin to a Beta testing, perhaps it was intended to serve as a scaffolding for similar radio related decryption at a more complex level.

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  • Imrancat

    Hey there! I politely request that if time permits you read over my post, “Where Season 4 Will Be Filmed, Terry Ives Lives, And The Byers Family & El Moved.” I would very much appreciate your thoughts on this theory. Thank you so much!

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    • Greetings. Sorry for my delayed response.

      Yeah, I'd seen you made a very detailed post of a theory for season 4. I didn't check it out though, but I'll, as soon as I get some free time. Anyway, you did a splendid job!

      With Regards.

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  • Hello! I'm not sure if you've witnessed some of the discussions I've had with other users, but basically, I'm thinking about adopting a different policy when it comes to info from Suspicious Minds. Basically, events from the book will be added to pages while a template states their ambiguous canonicity. Regarding El's date of birth, after discussing it with another user, it was concluded that maybe both dates could be added to the infobox both because it would be informative, and because I can see this issue coming up quite often. The discrepancy can also be explained under the "Behind the scenes" section.

    If you're curious about why I've changed my stance; I've been observing how other wikis handle expanded universe information, and also because I honestly don't have the will to get into discussions about it every single time. There's a lot of S3 stuff I'm currently working on and people are just going to keep adding the info anyway so... I relent. Only if you agree, of course. If you have any other ideas for handling the info, I'm all ears.

    Also, I've been thinking over your opinion on not allowing GIFs on the gallery pages, and I think you're right. The reason being that users may upload GIFs in inconsistent qualities, and it may encourage people to upload stolen GIFs. This only applies to the episodes, though. I still think that having the GIFs in the promos section is still ok.

    And finally, I've been thinking about retiring the family tree templates. My reasons being: 1) They are complicated to put together, 2) the families on the show are pretty simple so they aren't really necessary, 3) the templates don't show up on mobile, and over half of the wiki's views comes from mobile. Of course, I'd like to hear your thoughts as well.

    Sorry for this being so long and hope you're doing well.

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    • Hmm, maybe. I'll leave it up to you.

      Also, how do you suppose we handle the Dead by Daylight announcement? Someone had created pages for Nancy, Stave, and the Demogorgon but I deleted them since we don't create separate pages for each instance of a character in different media. They also created a page for Dead by Daylight, but I deleted that as well since it's irrelevant and we can simply link to the wiki. However, I was thinking we could create a page dedicated solely to the DLC and then maybe link to the article on the DBD wiki. What do you think?

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    • Alright.

      Well, I suppose, creating a page dedicated for the DLC has its merits. Linking it to the Dead by Daylight wiki also seems a good idea too. So, I'm all for it.

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  • Imrancat

    Hello. I’m a fairly new member to the Stranger Things wiki and am greatly enjoying participating in the numerous activities that are available. I have made a few connections on the discussion boards and have added some small content to a few pages so far. I realized when browsing that an addition I contributed to “The Battle of Starcourt” page under the headline trivia had been removed. Knowing that we are all doing our best to create a comprehensive, informative, and enjoyable source of information means a great deal to me. I am sorry if I contributed in an incorrect manner. Would my addition have better been listed as a Theory heading with the disclaimer I have seen on a number of pages? Is the concept inappropriate for the page entirely and better suited to the comments, or discussion boards? We are all able to adjust the wiki’s content, and as an admin you have the right to redact as you see fit given your better understanding of this fandom. Please let me know your thoughts. I don’t wish to repeat mistakes and wonder what might be a more appropriate way to share my ideas.

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    • Greetings, Lostknight27. Glad to know of your participation in the fandom community.

      Thanks for coming up to me about that trivial detail. Yeah, I'd seen that you previoously brought up the map printed in Dustin's shirt. While that's quite a minute detail, it isn't important enough to be mentioned in the Trivia section of the Episode page. Instead, it'd rather be good enough to add it to the Trivia section of the character's page, in this context, Dustin's.

      Nevertheless, you're always welcome to ask any questions regarding any confusions or such. Don't worry for mistakes such as this, sometimes even we, the admins, mix up things and retract back. In any case, hope you enjoy the wiki and contribute more. And apology for the delayed response.

      With Regards.

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    • Imrancat

      Thank you so much for your reply. If that detail is absent from Dustin’s character page I will likely add it as you kindly proposed. It means a great deal to have such helpful and responsive admins.

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    • Thanks for informing me. I deleted the whole post, as it was getting too out of control.

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  • Hello. 

    I'm currently writing a character article on Nine and I even added an image of her. But whenever I try to search the image in "Instert media" from the infobox, I just get an image from Chapter Nine - The Gate. Is there a way to fix this litte problem of mine? Here is the image in question:
    Nine
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  • Hello, just wanted to let you know I'm trying out a new template for the Memorable Quotes sections and would like to get your opinion. You can see how the template looks on Suzie's and Alexei's pages. Do you think it looks alright? Or should we stick with the original quote template?

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    • Alright, and it looks like that person had updated their comment saying they found that very quote confirming his age. So looks like this has been resolved fairly easily.

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    • Oh, I see. Yeah, good to know that the matter is resolved.

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  • Hi! I was wondering If I could add a secondary page connected to Timeline about the Expanded Universe's, similar to the Character/History pages. I was also wondering if I could separate both Comics and Books Timeline into 2 different sections

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    • Hello, there.

      Well, I previously discussed with one of our more experienced admins ZeroZeroEight and we kind of considered the idea of creating a new page that connects all the comics and books' timeline. But since there are still a lot of Character/Histories, Location/Histories and events of Season 3 that need written in their respective pages, I suggest the idea for another time. Because we must always give priority to the TV series, first and foremost; not to mention the possibility that some of the comics/books are non-canon  to the TV series.

      But, then again, I'll let you know if we decide to begin working on the separate Timeline page.

      Good day to you too!

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    • Understood! Have a good one.

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