Your description contains too many superfluous details and gives an inaccurate depiction of how she dies. There is no need to identify her as a "Nazi agent" because we don't add information about the characters unless it's necessary in explaining the death scene (and here it's not). Notice how her presumed Star Trek death doesn't identify her as a Starfleet officer or how her Alex Cross death doesn't identify her as a police detective? Because again, it serves no purpose and only bloats the description. You also make it sound like she dies from being strangled and being stabbed - which is compounded by you mentioning her being strangled before being stabbed - when she actually dies from just being stabbed. The strangling allowed her to be stabbed. That is supposed to be the first you mention in your description because that is the most important information on this wiki. Instead, you inaccurately describe what killed her and bury it under an unecessary detail. By also undoing the edit instead of manually re-inserting your description, you also incorrectly placed her TMITHC death above her Titans death when her Titans death came earlier. Your description is poorly-written. Sorry, dude.
Oh, it was my "endless vandalism" that got the page locked? Putting aside how you interestingly didn't start accusing me of vandalism until I called your edits vandalism, my edit was an actual contribution to the page that added a death scene, the most important information on this wiki. Your edit removed the death scene because it did not contain a stylistic detail that only you are in favor of. You did not have a constructive reason for removing an accurate death scene from the page, which is in line with vandalism. Why do you think my edit was retained?
I know you'll argue that including past/alternate name credits for each death is a "wiki precedent", but it's not when you're the only one adding them, the original Cinemorgue site didn't include them, and (unlike entries for titles and categories, which can only be done on a wiki) they offer no benefit to the wiki. I'll reiterate that knowingly removing death scenes actually is not staying within "wiki precedents" because the precedent is to include all known death scenes on a performer's page. Removing a death scene hurts this wiki and its purpose of documenting all of an actor's or actress' death scenes. And you could have just re-added the "as Emily Foxler(s)" without hitting undo and removing her Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. death at any time. But you didn't, which as I said before, demonstrates that you value your own stylistic edits over necessary edits and information. If you want to start doing a "great job" on this wiki, recognize that your edits may not always be the best for the page and may need improvement.
I wouldn't worry too much about the italics for the years, you are correct but the site has dozens of
them in italics. There are loads of pages where there is a mixture of dates with and without italics, so unless you want to spend days trawling through the whole Wiki, suggest you leave it for those pages where you have something to contribute. A similar scenario applies to the brackets around the character names, where there are 2 types being used !
This individual has been changing pages to his liking and has destroyed several of mine. I'm aware of the nature of a wiki but there has got to be a certain amount of sanctity in what one contributes. If someone beats me to an actor I was wanting to contribute I accept it. If anything I may add to the gallery. I'm glad you returned Sean Bean's page the way it was. Let this fellow do some research and post his own contribs instead of playing with his computer. stephepps