Hi, welcome to Superpower Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Heat Vision page.
- Yay.... Thank you very much Caydeb. Now I can do more work on the site. Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem 05:07, June 28, 2011 (UTC)
Your message was interesting. Firstly the page Selective Invulnerability was redirected because Invulnerability is the same power. (and thats not in a metaphorical sense or saying that they are similar or anything you literally used the same title) secondly it was quite a short page and had an awfully short description. Not to mention that it was completely dead end and no pages liking to or away from it.
If having one of your pages redirected offends you then you should probably stop now, I have had hundreds of my edits across several wikis undone reworked or deleted completely with no more reason then "Sorry".
And you can change a page back to its previous version by opening the history page (The little arrow next to the EDIT box) then select the previous version you wish to use, (the most recent edit could simply be undone) by clicking the time stamp (The date and time that particular version was posted) you will see what this version looked like with the option to edit it. When you are editing that page simply scroll down to publish and the previous version will be posted in place.
I hope this answers your question. If you would like to discuss it further please leave another comment on my talk page with viable reasons why that particular page should be replaced. Thanks for all your help --KaidbTalkBlog 16:52, July 1, 2011 (UTC)
Double tabbed answer to a long question Edit
I appreciate your understanding. a subheading under "Universe Differences" on the invulnerability page will probably do the trick, telling people that in some series or worlds invulnerability may only be to a single item or danger. Perhaps a note under the limitations section saying invulnerability may only be from a single source.
If you want to edit a redirect page then you type it in the search, when you hit enter you will be redirected to the second page. Under the main title of the second page will be the title of the redirect in smaller writing. Click the link to the redirect and it will bring you to the original page. -- KaidbTalkBlog 03:58, July 2, 2011 (UTC)