How do we overcome the titles of events being "conjectural", despite this not being an issue when we first added the events? I don't see how "Anna's nineteenth birthday" is conjectural, as we are totally sure that's what it is based on canon. We also need to be careful about how many events we have; they should mark something that affects the kingdom, directly changing the course of things, not just have one because it was a scene in the film.
Everything added so far is fine - I like what you've done. But I'm thinking about the "Accident in Elsa's ice palace" and "ice skating in Arendelle castle" which I saw as succeeding an event but isn't yet an article. Your thoughts?
Edit: It is also tricky to say if things are always followed by or preceded by seeing as events can overlap and happen simultaneously.
When Wookieepedia (my model wikia) uses conjecture, they mean it as "even though an article uses canon information, the title of an event may not explicitly be referred to as such in the source material." See http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Sterilization_of_Geonosis for reference. Though the Empire did in fact sought to sterilize the Geonosians according to Star Wars Rebels, the characters never actually call it that, thus it is conjecture. In fact, the only even that may be immune is the Great Thaw, since the soundtrack refers to it as such.
As to your second point, there's time to make those pages articles; Akisaurus can't do everything ;)
Regarding your edit, that's why I added a "concurrent" parameter to the infobox.
EDIT: To be fair, I suppose general things like a birthday and coronation may not be conjecture (what else will you call 'em?). But what's to stop someone from calling the isolation of Arendelle castle "closing of Arendelle castle" instead? For a page with a title that isn't so general, the conjecture template should be used.
EDIT 2: Might be worth reaching out to Akisaurus about this, considering I merely built on his reasoning and might not know if he has additional rationale beyond what I've said.
Pretty sure Littlerat1/Bella8991 founded the wiki and NinjaFatGuy merged the wikis according to both Dragonboy6491 and BlouseGirl. That message from the admins telling you to step down is pretty telling regarding your "contributions." Your rollback request is similarly telling.
If you haven't noticed from my avatar, I'm a Daredevil fan...and a line he says as he takes down the series' antagonist is "This is my city, my family!" But nice try at an ad hominem attack. It doesn't detract from your poor contributions to this site.
Your time spent here was merely to "elevate yourself" above others, as indicated by this message. And your rollback request was rather laughable; it's funny how you don't seem to end up with user rights when actual voting occurs. You seem to fall back on requesting repeatedly.
Even now you flaunt your Councilor position as a way of trying to justify that you are better than others.
And in case you insist on my abusive outlook, see this. I highly recommend the series.
Forgive me for not being as knowledgeable as thou, "Councilor," but I was under the impression one has to individually select which pages one wishes to follow, which would indeed imply you chose to follow my posts. Unless you wish to clarify?
Ah but there lies the fallacy in your statement. If you indeed cannot follow a message wall, then why mention Special:Following to begin with? I guess you must have been going through either my or Maurice.136's contributions on CC.
Own your true motives, Chad. It's obvious you are triggered because Maurice.136 and I saw through your facade. You think you can trick your way past anyone, but as the people on this wiki have shown, those who are truly competent will realize your goal is only to get "dat fancy admin tag" on your profile.
Check out your Admin Dashboard, which can be found by clicking "Admin" on the bottom toolbar -- it has links to all your new tools. Please let me know if you have any questions, and good luck with your new (old) wiki!
The thing is, the info you added was pretty much already there with the only difference being the amount of text used. For purposes of clarity, it's best to be to the point with writing, which is why the previous version was better written.
I do have one more question, however; what about what I said on the Love Is An Open Door page, about whether or not Jinx existed back in the 19th century? Do you guys know whether or not it did, or.....?
Heimr, you can remove this message. This is just another example of how you undid some false information he added, so he leaves a nonsense message to try and get you upset at what he is doing, same as he's done on a couple other wikis.