I'll delete it for you. Just wanted to let you know that I was by no means trying to get you to have it taken down, and I wasn't saying that it was no good. True, it did have its faults, and you're welcome to start from scratch, but that wasn't my intention. (Also, FYI, if this would make you want the article back, I can undelete it.) For now, though, I'm deleting it like you asked.
What would a page describing a character addicted to pornography and/or a character that has experiences with a character addicted to pornography classify as if the page isn't at all pornographic? Would it be suggestive themes? Mentions of addiction? And what would be the rating? T? M? X?
Thanks for asking! I'm glad to be able to fix a potential loophole in the ratings system since you've noticed one, so let me see if I can help sort this out.
For the suggestive part, Light Suggestive Themes (T) is limited to the level of oblique references (such as the one found in From Rane), so I guess what I'd say is that mentions of pornography would probably go under Harsh Suggestive Themes (M) (generally in keeping with what that was designed for), while actual usage of pornography (not descriptions, but I mean characters interacting with it in a story-type context; still don't want the porn to be described to avoid violating Fandom's TOU) would probably classify as Severe Suggestive Content (X). (Not sure which goes for the Jade Family page, though.)
As to addiction, I don't really have a rating for addiction; pretty much all of the descriptors here are just by-the-book descriptors (with the exceptions of for "Depressive Themes"—which I added due to personally wanting them rated for—and the "Severe Suggestive Themes" rating, which I added to avoid porn and thus violating the TOU).
Does this help? If not, I can try to work more on this.
I've thought a lot about the infobox question, but I still haven't come to any conclusions. I'll try to think about it more and get back to you with some more conclusive answer.
Absolutely! I would be happy to have there be more characters here. (Honestly, if it weren't for the awkward thing with me having alternates of your main characters, I'd let you have RMR versions of them as well; I'm just not exactly sure how that would work into the RMR universe with me having ones of them too.)
I am going to switch out my computer with my PS3, please understand it's due to some stupid restriction that they put on me due to being in a group home. I wish I could have both my PS3 and my computer, but no. Well, if I can't have my PS3 or when I can have both my PS3 and my computer, I'll let you know!
Probably best to just delete it until another version of Earth comes along. When that happens, we can make a disambiguation page at Earth, but for right now, it'll look a bit silly to have a disambiguation page for one article. For that reason, I'll go delete the Earth page now, and if there's a good reason to not have deleted it, I can always undelete the page.
Let me try to clarify this: I didn't mean to say that you couldn't call them Mobians, just that it was inadvisable. That said, if you want to have them sometimes be nicknamed Mobians as a callback to the world's original source on the SFW, that's fine. Does that answer your questions?
OK, let me explain: What happens to people when they die in the Realm-Mesh Reality is based on what Realm they're in when they die, so for your Realm(s), you can definitely have an underworld if you want; just keep in mind that each Realm would have to have its own.
Now, as to what the Dual-Vortex Realm's hell is, I'm going to have to back up some. See, in the Dual-Vortex Realm, if you die there, you reincarnate as one of the Realm's nine types of beings depending on how good or bad you were in your previous life/lives in that realm. The Realm then has three sub-realms, each of which is where three of the types of beings are born (and where at least one is confined to). So getting back to what the Dual-Vortex Realm's hell is, that's the sub-realm where beings of evil are born, essentially.
So, now that I've hopefully explained both what the rules on afterlifes are and how the Dual-Vortex Realm's hell works..does this all make sense, or should I explain something further?
In the Dual-Vortex Realm, if a person has been bad enough in their previous lives, they reincarnate as a Hellish being in the Dual-Vortex Realm's Hell, which is presumably not such a great place because of the high (but not absolute) odds of anyone in it being a bad person. In other Realms...well, it's entirely dependent on the Realm, so you can make up whatever you want for yours. Does that make sense, and/or did you want any more examples?