Hi, Strawberries1, welcome to Dragon Ball Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Talk:Gohan page.
What you need to do is follow the rules and since I don't know how many times your edit has been undone that means leave the article as it was before the disputed edit was made and use the article talk page till an overall consensuses is reached.
"Refrain from fighting and causing "edit wars" on articles. It is considered edit warring if someone were to make or undo the same edit more than three times in a twenty-four hour period. If such conflict should occur, the proper steps to be taken in this scenario should be for those users along with others to have a respectful discussion on the article's talk page. The convention is for the article to be left as it was prior to the disputed edit, representing the last accepted revision, until an overall consensus is reached." Is exactly what the rules page says. Me and other users have disputed your edit which means your edit is the disputed edit, so follow site policy or you will be reported.
Your edit has been disputed so leave the article as I put it back to till an overall consensuses is reached on the article talk page.
I have reported you for edit warring.
On the Goku Black article, your edit is disputed. Since your the one changing the page it must be left as it originally was until the dispute is finished. Please us the talk page instead of edit warring.--Neffyarious (talk) 07:50, September 22, 2016 (UTC)
That card was released in 2018, 23 years after Fusion Reborn came out. It has no bearing on what Gogeta's base skin tone would have been in the movie itself, because it's not from the movie. It's just artwork for a promotional card game that isn't even made by Toei, the creators of Gogeta. Artwork for stuff like cards often changes characters' color schemes around, too, so they're not always consistent; you can find DBZ cards showing base Goku with the same skin tone as Vegeta, for an example. Veku (fat Gogeta) himself had tan skin like Vegeta in Fusion Reborn, so it's likely base Gogeta would have tan skin as well; fat Gotenks has the same skin tone as the proper Gotenks, after all. Promotional artwork of skinny Gogeta shows him with tan skin as well. Gogeta also has tan skin in the Boo's Fury video game. The main point is, to determine how a character is truly supposed to look in the anime or manga (the main products of this series), you look at the anime or manga. Artwork for promotional material like cards don't prove how a character looks in the anime or manga; those things aren't consistent to begin with.
Furthermore, I already discuss this on Gogeta's talk page. Strawberries1 (talk) 08:58, January 2, 2019 (UTC)
- You didn't need to cut & paste your message onto my talk, I already read it on yours. Plus, I already removed the edit of Goku's skin, now that I learned that Veku had Vegeta's skin in Fusion Reborn. 09:22, January 2, 2019 (UTC)