That seems like the correct usage of "than" to me, since "than" is commonly used to express a comparison; in this case, destroying society instead of reshaping it, whereas "then" is used when talking about time. Thank you for reaching out though!
Hey KingCannon! I'm TyA and I'm your wiki's Wiki Manager. I just wanted to stop by and check in to see how you and the wiki are doing. Is there anything you could use some assistance with? Has anything exciting happened you want to brag about?
As your Wiki Manager, please feel free to contact me if you ever need anything. Thanks! ~tya 15:36, April 26, 2020 (UTC)
Hi I see that you are new here and thank you for your willingness to edit. Please review all of our rules and policies going forward. I also recommend you join the MHA Discord where the majority of our regular editors are.
As far as the departments, they're not really in use right now other than the Image Department. We plan on revitalizing them once he anime stops airing and traffic goes down. We don't have any issues with images right now and the current team gets the job done well.
I would recommend using your energy toward stub pages or articles that need help.
I noticed that you feel that my edits to the trivia section of Kai Chisaki were offensive. I would like to say that it was not my intent to come across that way. I was just trying to point out what aspects Horikoshi seemed to draw from when creating the charcter, like how he drew from Mirage comics for Stain. I shall refrain from adding those points again because you hold a higher power than I do on this wiki, but I think it's a shame that you're ignoring points of trivia rather than improving where I went wrong.
For example, Tenya Iida has a studious personality, parted hairstyle, a robotic costume and engine powers that could reflect the Japanese automobile industry, but those things are just cultural trends in writing. It's like saying that Momo Yaoyorozu is the typical Anime princess, or that Katsuki is a mix of popular rival tropes in Japanese media. Every character carries their own share of cultural Japanese behavior because they're Japanese characters written by a Japanese author.
Like, the only character confirmed to be intentionally a reflection of Japanese society is Sir Nighteye, as the author confirmed him to be a foil to the American-inspired All Might. Nighteye was designed after the common imagery of a salaryman, and we know this because the author said as much.
I'm not trying to be a boss or anything. I'm explaining why the trivia doesn't work.
Stuff like "he wears a surgical mask like plenty of Japanese people" is just bad trivia. It's like saying that Katsuki resembles a typical Japanese delinquent because of his blonde hair and angry personality. In Overhaul's case, you're just trying to list aspects of Japanese culture he vaguely fits in (and sometimes they're not even Japanese culture, just trends Japanese people enjoy), despite that being true for every character due to, again, this being a Japanese work. I could list plenty of Japanese-specific cliches in characters like Shoto, Izuku, Tokoyami, Aizawa...
Never mind that surgical masks are common throughout East Asia, not just Japan, so it's not a specific Japan thing.
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