Hi! So, i created a wiki in Brazilian Portuguese but i don't know how to connect with this wiki cause when i want to put the option to have more languages connected in some page it doesn't work. You how i connect the two wikis? I know have a Portuguese Wiki but not have a Brazilian Portuguese Wiki.
I've been seeing 1790 a lot when regarding when Eva and the events of the comet began, when it really happened in the early 1700s. But looking at a picture under Eva's Comet gallery, I realized that a picture depicting the incident was made in 1790. Should this error be corrected?
Managed to get better images from Netflix, and it seems the articles they read are just place holders, as they talk about real life comets like Halley and Arend–Roland. So we should go on more on what they say in that scene, and Bella says it was around early 1700s.
At the bottom of the page are the arrows, pressing it will pop up a bar that has admin on it, pressing that will bring you to admin screen where you have several options Wiki Features being one of them. or just type "Special:WikiFeatures" at the end of the wiki address.
But now that the H2O universe has expanded and natural mermaids have been added to the mythos, we can't be sure. Since they all were transformed mermaids in H2O: Just Add Water, they thought she was like them.
Right now, I don't know if they only hint to mermaids or do they reference to things and events that happened in the H2O universe. I'll make a decision once I've watched through all the bureau episodes.
It seems that The Bureau of Magical Things doesn't have a connection to H2O universe, at least for now. The mermaid was mentioned only in passing in one scene, acknowledging their existence. The island that looks like Mako is actually old drawing of Lemuria that has since sank beneath the sea.
They could be seen as easter eggs to Shiff's previous work. There is one for The Elephant Princess as well, a tiny elephant that looked like Anala from that show.
Those that I reverted had some speculation in them. We don't know how the first mermaids were created or how they got their magic. We can speculate that on blogs, but in articles we should only use things that are shown and talked about on-screen.
You are talking about the JC's Avatar, concept art? I don't remember where i found it it was one of those images that was heavily features everywhere, where they talked about Avatar. I'll look into it tomorrow (4.30 am here at the moment). Maybe I manage to find the artist, as there is the signature on the image, And i think I have a list of concept artist somewhere for Avatar, maybe it's easy as just matching a name.