We don't know if this has been used by an individual(s) in works of fiction or art outside of WikiFur. I'll remove the "inappropriate" tag from the top of the article page if links can be provided to show that this has been used by an individual in a work of fiction or art. I've already alerted the creator of the article towards this end. --RayneVanDunem 05:51, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
- OKay i link, but you won't see the picture on it, cause the Magikwolves has been recently made up from my artworks, and the link i use, you see it on it, you'll see Imhi Talcroz on it thats all, but i had to edit my picture though to make it only Imhi on it though Nightbanewolf 08:01, 10 June 2009 (UTC) Nightbane Wolf
- If the concept is so new that you can not offer reference links about your own art/species, then it's not yet a known and or furry common enough subject to be made into an article. There are a sizable number of ideas, works, characters and species (in this case) that must be stricken down until such time that its notability as a concept merits a Wikifur article, not because we think its not worth it.
- An "inappropriate" tag has been tagged on this term to indicate that this may be the case with your article, and subject to discussion by editors and Sysops about it's merits as an article; it does not mean that it must be deleted immediately -Spirou 07:52, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
- Everything is fine now though, i already got other people knowing aobut this furry and they may be making thier owns, so it must be okay, and well, can i still least keep this article aorund though? And i don't understand, maybe perhaps you guys could edit it for me please? thanks —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Nightbanewolf (talk • contribs) .
Article update #1 (December 20, 2009)
Updating the entry's appropriateness status. Still no propagation through the fandom, no hits, no general usage. One hit item, with Wikifur being its may depository. Keep or delete?. - Spirou 22:09, 20 December 2009 (UTC)