Main enemy query Edit
Hello there. Regarding recent edits, I have contacted an administrator for confirmation on the matter. I can speak for Doomsday though; the Doctor allied with the Cybermen in that episode, each deciding the Daleks were the greater threat, which is a clear indicator they were the main enemy in the episode. Furthermore, the Cult of Skaro received more focus as exemplified by their time on screen. I'll leave the pages as they for now though until the administrator replies. Thank you for your patience. Snivystorm ☎ 20:38, January 17, 2018 (UTC)
Hello again. Just informing you that the admin responded. They stated that, while there are rare cases there can be two enemies - as with Doomsday - having more than two is excessive. Given I have not read the novels in question, but you appear to have, you must know there is a character in them who is clearly the enemy over the others you listed - the main threat, the person who orchestrated the threat in the story, a constant figure throughout, more prevalent than the others etc. I removed all but the enemy initially present, but if it was actually one of the others who was the "main" enemy then feel free to switch them out. If so, that character should be the one highlighted, not all of them. Thanks again for waiting. Snivystorm ☎ 00:00, January 18, 2018 (UTC)
Than you very much for the clarification. I have read the novels and they're very good indeed I might add. I have made some slight adjustments to the infobox. I have also read Winner Takes All, which is also very good, and, after typing this, will remove Mantodeans from the infobox, but leave the other two (since the other two are genuine enemies by the Manodeans only fought back in what they thought was self defence - not realising that the humans were being controlled). I've read Night of the Humans but not for ages (and have no intention of reading it again because it's BORING) so can't remember what happens in it. Thanks again to you and to the admin for the clarification. 184.108.40.206talk to me 16:23, January 18, 2018 (UTC)
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