When your fandom is so small, everything looks like a rarepair. There are more conversations about the ships than there is content but no one can prove it. I'm going to have to make all this content myself, aren't I?
it's been two years since I made a familyship list and this year I made a new crossover familyship list for Batman (Bruce Wayne). I know there are more chiropteran characters out there but do not ask me who to add on the list because I make the choice.
I have mixed fellings about this ship...it's fine but I wouldn't say it's my fav but by all means it's not replusive so, it gets a 6/10
Uhh- hi!! My real name is Elisa, but I wanna be called Jefferson..I'm pretty clinged onto (rp) Madison !!. Annnddd (RP) John...I'm not an IRL!!
i know im supposed to be talking about ships i like but i wanna talk about a ship i fucking hate. Truly no hate to the shippers but the toxicity is so bad????? Ok anyways the ship is KeiShin (Keiji Shinogi x Shin Tsukimi From Your Turn To Die.) Ok let's start with the obvious thing that Keiji litterally hates Shin????? Like Keiji threatens to tie him up for the safety of Sara and the others and yall call that 'sexual tension' that's fucking disgusting???? Like wtf what in the kinky fuckery do you people think this is , a literal death game? You people do understand he was doing it for the safety of Sara and the others and not because of some kink. Also at one part (Can't remember when it's been about 5 months since ive played the game) K…
I've been trying to update Ozlice until it's not a stub. I've put in links, pictures, sources, and changed up the fanon. I don't know if there's a proper place to comment about this, so I'm just sticking it here.
This is a forum where the Shipping Wiki's policy can be discussed between the community.
Since administrators here tend to go overboard with the blocking rules, unlike the Spanish wiki with its detailed guidelines, I think this is the best time to open a forum for discussion of Policy.
The list is being updated over time:
Stub pages: Currently for ship pages, it is quantity over quality: at least fifteen-five sentences. Before, at least nine-one. If this goes on, most of the ship pages that have not yet been branded with the stub template will be out of the search engines. It is frustrating and somewhat disrespectful to the editors who made them. Take PearlShipping or Sonector before they got deleted.
Separate page for restoration of wiki articles/im…