- Oct 5, 2008
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The Kalos article is protected as well, though its protection level is slightly more relaxed than the species articles. It's standard practice that new generation articles are protected until the release of the games, so they won't be unprotected for quite some time. If you want something changed on a protected article, you can make an edit request on the article's talk page.Why are Pokemon pages like Xerneas and Yveltal, who now have a lot of information revealed, still locked, when Kalos, which we still know very little about, is not? Actually, why are Pokemon pages locked at all when other articles detailing Gen VI are not? I suppose it is to prevent vandalism and false information, but why not lock everything instead (or unlock everything instead)? Or semi-lock them (so only certain type of users can edit them, like autoconfirmed users and above or something)?
Anyway, what I kind of wanted to get to was that Xerneas Physiology section contains false information and I'd like to edit that out, but well, I can't.
@qwertyo76; I don't recall the specifics on the crash, so I can't elaborate on it. Sorry.