Why is there a reason there is a Waiter and Train Staff. Don't they have names? How often do they appear? Who is the voice actor? Plus a big no in naming is there should be a capital T in Troodon, Train and a capital S in staff. It is proper naming grammer.
CatNoirOFFICIALnot6 wrote: Also the waiter doesn't have a name he is just the Troodon Waiter, it say so on behind the voice actors.com
Don't bother. He runs this place like it's his own toy box. I added a lot of important information to Mrs. Conductor that was revealed in episode 100 and he's deleted it twice because it doesn't fit his headcanon.
Yeah it stinks. Episode 100 revealed the actual name of Mrs. Conductor, as well as the name of her husband. I would add this info and clean up grammar and spelling mistakes, along with incorrect information, only to find it removed with no reasoning and reverted to the horrible incorrect info once more, all because the page admin doesn't like it. Such a shame.
Such is the case of an arrogant egotist running on a power trip. Such a shame, I love this show and I learned so many little details I want to point out in the characters, but I'm not even allowed to share those.
I had a little look at community central and all it said was FANDOM can't get involved with admin dispites, but we can do one of two things, 1- we can ask the whole community if he should have his administration Revoked or 2- we get another admin, either from this wiki or another to speak to him.
I have not watched Dinosaur Train for a year or so. So I am not up to speed. I delelte because I do not know. When I read the pages it does not sound right. Since I did not made the page I have to delete it or I make a bigger mess.
The Troodon Waiter page was factual, I included sources and pictures, and my train staff page only included info and characters with already existing pages. Please let me feel them or if possible undelete them??
Episode 100 is also titled Father's Day. It involves a focus on Mr. Conductor's father, his name, and at the episode end, stunningly reveals the true name of Mrs. Conductor. The PBS website often has episodes for free to watch or at least parts of episodes available to see to ensure my information was true.