I've been losing interest more and more when it comes to spriting up Cali Bear. And, to be blunt, a lot of setbacks happened... (That time when I left, the bloody laptop being taken away, exams... etc.)
And I figured it was doing more harm than good for ya to rely on me, so I'm gonna go ahead and end my involvement with the development of Cali Bear.
Now, here's what I suggest. It didn't take me long to learn how to sprite the way I do now, and I figured it out on my own. But if you're stuck on it, I suggest you go ahead and ask Plasmoid for a few pointers. It'll be helluva lot faster to learn and DIY than to rely on me to do it, especially since I have a lot on my plate already.
You can still use the sprites I've created for Cali Bear, and alter them in any way you wish.
Sorry 'bout this, but I think this is for the best for both of us.
Good luck, if you continue it. :)
Unless Plas or any of the others have told you, I have officially announced my retirement from MUGEN Database. I feel that after all the stress and anger I've been put through (because of STUPID DoomBowser), I just don't think it's worth me being here anymore.
I'll still be doing my Dimitri's Nightclub & Lava Shelter stages (+ pages for them when I release them), along with a few updates now and then to my Shao Kahn's Throne Room stage & Rainbow Dash character pages, but apart from that - I won't really be doing anything else. One thing I certainly won't be doing is joining the chat again.
Anyway, thought I'd let you know (since I liked you, you were a good person).
It isn't that big of a deal, but I wish you would have left my page up a little while longer. I was about to edit it after I got back from classes today. I realize I didn't make it in the new layout because I simply wasn't aware of how to do so, but that article took me a long time to create, so having it deleted kinda hurts.
I've placed the article's contents here. The article is actually quite a mess, so I'll run over a few things for you:
The source text is way too long. Try to remember that we're not a wiki dedicated to these characters, but their M.U.G.E.N counterparts, so the source text should really only summarise who they are. Examples: Pikaman, Radioactive Man and Rotom
We write about character versions with gender-neutrality, meaning they're referred to as 'it' instead of 'he' or 'she'. See: Character genders
Gameplay text should be how the character plays, what its advantages/disadvantages are, how it fares against other characters, what its A.I. is like (if it has one), etc., not what its sprites are like, where its voice clips come from and what characters it has special intros with; the latter can be placed within a Trivia section. See: Gameplay descriptions Examples: Pikaman, Mewtwo and Captain Falcon
I have no idea where you pulled the movelist layout from; we have a very simple movelist layout consisting of a key/legend, Specials, Hypers and Others. Note that either of the three headers can be omitted if the character doesn't have any moves that fall under such categories. See: Attack attributes Examples: Pikaman, Flandre Scarlet and ADOM
Apologies, please be patient with me as I'm new to all this page making business. Am I guessing that I'll need to make the branch article as a new page altogether and then link to it through the main article's "read more"?
I'll be sure to cover the things you listed, especially condensing the source paragraph and refer to the different versions as "it".
Sorry about the Movelist, I didn't know. I pulled it from my own Moveset text file I included in Sweet Tooth's folder.
Again, I apologize for the inconvenience I've caused.
Although I disagree with Jenn's decision to delete the article on lack of gameplay text to a small degree (you would have had a day to remedy it), the source text was plagiarised from the SNK wiki, so I would have deleted it for that reason anyway.
You don't need to ask to create articles, though we do ask that you create them in the new layout, which is similar to the old layout, except all character versions are branched into their own article so one page isn't bogged down with text and images. Pikaman is a good example of what needs doing for the source character article, while its branch is a good example of what's required for a character version article.