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The Puella Magi Wii website https://wiki.puella-magi.net/
doesn't seem to be very active these days. It doesn't seem to have been updated for a while….
New updates on the upcoming Puella Magi mobile game and the latest edition of the Manga Time Kirara Magica magazine need to be added.
If only I knew how to update it.
It stopped being about actual content. There are overly long sections for non-existent ships (KyouMado, HomuSaya, MamiSaya etc) that don't need to be there, pointless speculah about Rebellion and the series that can be removed at this point (we don't need to keep a database of every idea viewer have had about the series), thinly veiled fan fic recs, and bitching about how Homura is a big meanie instead of actual information for the franchise. There's little to no info on Wraith Arc (an actual quasi-canon manga) despite there being a year and a half worth of time to update it or updating the concept movie page to reflect the semi-public release and screen shots of concept art.
Now maybe this is because the more constructive members have moved on with life and don't have time to update and keep track of everything, but I think whoever curates it now can atleast update easily avaliable stuff (clothing colabs, promotional material, Kirara updates) but we haven't even been getting that. Maybe people who actually care should update it, but I just don't see the point with how cluttered and uninformative its become.
I honestly think it would be better to just start anew and only salvage any useful links, translations, or images. The style is very haphazard and it reads as if it was written by a bunch of middle schoolers. The useful plot and character information is not curated and organized in a logical fashion.
Of course, considering how dead the fandom seems these days, no one would really be willing to put forth the effort.
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I agree on the middle school level or writing, but to be fair there are a lot of ESLs that are part of the fandom. I think at this point, it's not worth doing. Wraith Arc is finished and I think even the most hardcore fans would be fatigued if the new project extended the series beyond this decade. It seems like we're coming to a close. No need to completely revamp something for a franchise on the verge of concluding.
Knock on wood, we said this about Rebellion.
I wouldn't even call it "discomfort" let alone diarrhea.
Compared among similar sites I would honestly give it a 9/10 rating easy.
There's a lot of great stuff from 2011-2012. People actually went through and translated dozens of pages worth of interviews, press releases, and commentary. They had pictures of events happening down on the street level in Japan. That doesn't happen anymore. They don't even have anything from the MadoGatari Event despite it being the biggest Madoka related event since Rebellion. For the most part, it seems to be run by teen weebs who can't competently add anything that isn't related to their dumbshit Tumblrs.
As of right now, personal blogs on Twitter, w0ps, and Baidu are far more reliable and relevant to the series than the Wiki.
So? Just force the lock open!
Or is that impossible…? (Not an expert of coding here…)
With the way that any wiki is structured, there was never going to be anything that remotely looks to be close to prefect.
If anything, it would be best to move away from the natter that is commonly found at Tvtropes.
That said, it would be a rather big clean-up job considering how much non-information has be accumulated on it.>>12856
Rebellion was going to do that considering how many emotions the series managed to tug on before it concluded and how it changed the main character in ways that I think few expected.
What bugs me is that around the time, fan's jump through some pretty open assumptions and hard-lined themselves quickly.
In general, the Madoka fanbase was able to avoid being so 'radicalized' pretty much until Rebellion crushed their dreams.
The divide this has caused remains to this day.>>12832> No need to completely revamp something for a franchise on the verge of concluding.
I am not entirely sure that we will see an end to Madoka as a franchise considering there many angles to take when you consider the way that it extended it. There is also the simply reality that Stuido Shaft is not really willing to let go of a money making series that has been constant.
If anything, like every other long MG franchise, it will just likely go dormant
She's Urobuchi's symbol for the ideal of justice in the series. Unfortunately, Urobuchi thinks justice in of itself is inherently hypocritical and self-righteous and something he enjoys crushing.
While Homura, Kyouko, and Mami have more difficult lives and Homura and Kyouko have more cynical dispositions, Sayaka is directly bullied much harder than the others and her words and actions always seem to come back and bite her. Ignoring waifu faggotry, she can come off as insufferable at times because she's meant to be Urobuchi's punching bag in the story.
>>13410>But i don't see Homura being hated by current fans
People like dark, attractive anti-heroes. Are you really this new to anime?
>yet she is the new "evil" in the future of the franchise
Yeah, clearly shown by every official work making her sympathetic and pushing MadoHomu on the readers and viewers during and after Rebellion. Once again, I question if this is your first anime. Hero v. anti-hero and anti-hero becomes "evil" to save hero are such overused trope that I'm certain the major delay in the sequel is coming up with a plot that isn't predictable.
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And if you don't like it, you're welcome to go find another fan base!
Lol i didn't expect someone replying to my sarcasm reply, even less with such autism
Whatever, the "Sayaka is a bitch" and "Homura did wrong/Homura did nothing wrong" are the biggest examples that shows why the Western fanbase is cancerous