As you know, Fandom is making a lot of changes to wikis and one of those changes is the removal of both forums and live chat. In place of these, Fandom has created a Discord server for Scoobypedia! As admins, Spongebob456 is inviting us join the Discord and have admin access there too! Along with general chat that anyone can join, there is a private admin chat that only we can access where we can discuss the wiki in real-time with each other. I really hope you and the other admins join, as it'd be a great workplace for us to have!
(I am sending this message to all of the current Scoobypedia admins)
But the Neptunes, besides Jabberjaw, essentially are just background characters.
So why would we have pages for them now? I feel like if they appear sometime in the future, which as it is is unlikely, then we can recreate pages for them
I'm still not at the very least sure about this decision. I don't know how their appearance and personality are going to fit on one page (as they don't have the same personalities or look anywhere near similar). I do believe however that when the Creepleys (LaL charaters) were once here they shared a page.
Grape Ape was a LaL only character and LaL only characters are not allowed here anymore however because his appearance in SCOOB! I had to restore him and make some edits. It seems Jabberjaw had another appearance outside of SCOOB! and LaL (not to mention he had a different appearance in SCOOB!) and that's why Jabberjaw has two pages and Grape Ape has one.
Yes, Jabberjaw appeared in a few other Scooby-Doo related things.
To keep things consistent though, and since neither character really did anything in SCOOB! except for a credits sequence, would it make sense to get rid of Jabberjaw's SCOOB! page and just include it on his original page like we did with Grape Ape?
Yeah I think we can merge the Jabberjaw (SCOOB!) page with the original page. I think we should also do this with the other Neptunes members, Atom Ant, Secret Squirrel and Hong Kong Phooey. As none of them seem necessary to have a separate article for the SCOOB! versions.