I seem to have an idea of what was the problem; the code and templates' data on all affected pages were actually correct. If an issue of this nature still displays on a page, it usually gets resolved after the whole wiki's database has updated, which happens once every day.
However, there exist certain types of events that will never get resolved, and as such, will keep on presenting false positives, as it was this case. These will only get fixed after the affected pages have been manually updated via an edit.
I've just made null edits on all remaining affected pages and they have finally disappeared from the "Pages with broken file links" category page.
I wanted to thank you for your edits to a lot of the pages I had edited, including fixing spelling errors I had made and re-wording things to sound a lot more fluid. Thanks for making me feel welcome~! ^_^
That recent edit on the Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia page was made by an anonymous user. According to them, Dracula reaches 800 years old during the events of OoE, as Mathias Cronqvist/Dracula was born in 1062, thus giving 1862 as the starting point when OoE could have taken place. However, I don't know where that specific "800" years number comes from, and unless a valid source is provided it could have merely been made-up.
The ending number, 1897, is the year when Quincy Morris, John's father, killed Dracula prior to the events of Castlevania: Bloodlines, giving us only 35 years to work with between when Shanoa and Quincy each killed him.
As we all know by know, the "Dracula resurrecting every 100 years" rule has long been abolished. If we check the timeline, Dracula's real resurrections (i.e., not only as a ghost) greatly differ between time periods, most frequently happening an average of every 40+/- years (Symphony of the Night and Curse of Darkness being remarkable examples of short time lapses).
I think this user didn't take certain factors in consideration while calculating those numbers (or maybe I'm just missing something). That said, for the time being I think it would be better to play it safe and restore the page to its original state. Still, I'm going ask the people at Discord what they think about this.
I think the "100 years" thing was really just the state of affairs before the turn of the 19th century; personally speaking, I would say someone writing in 1801 could truthfully make the claim that Dracula's return happens every century, since before this time battles against Dracula happening in the same century were just parts of their centennial cycles, since it often takes more than one attempt to kill Dracula "properly": for example how 'Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse', the original 'Castlevania', and 'Castlevania: The Adventure' lead to 'Castlevania: Curse of Darkness', 'Castlevania II: Simon's Quest', and 'Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge' due to Dracula having been at first defeated but not vanquished by each era's heroes. It could also be argued that 'Symphony of the Night' is part of the same cycle as 'Rondo of Blood', since Shaft is behind Dracula's resurrection in both cases, but this is also the beginning of an interesting turning point. In the 19th and 20th centuries, it becomes increasingly clear that Dracula isn't just coming back "early" but that his resurrections are going to continue to happen more and more frequently (probably due to the power of humanity's darkness growing alongside the first truly global conflicts), culminating in his final cataclysmic resurrection in the year 1999.
The problem once again was caused for exceeding the number of allowed templates on the page. All points out that even the inclusion of references also affect this factor. I removed a reference on the infobox and the page returned to normal. I also made some tests, and by removing at least two rows in total from the Enemy and Item Data tables, the page also displays correctly.
Hey Lavey, i went and tried to change the profile images of Gabriel/Dracula to their artwork shots from Reverie and from the promotional artwork of LoS2, key word being tried. I was wondering if you could help with that. (these images would fit better and mirror how the profile images are for Trevor Belmont/Alucard and Simon Belmont)
The administration has not discussed if characters from the animated series should be categorized as 'main characters', 'antagonists' and 'minor characters'; such procedure has never been implemented on any of the products of the franchise, so it's likely this won't be the exception. It's always better to leave the organization of this site to the staff.
Please refrain from adding any unnecessary capitalization, whether it is on section titles, name pages and/or common text. In particular, do not change a page's name without consulting a staff member first.
All the character images you uploaded had previously been uploaded in better quality and will be used as more information on the series is revealed. You can review the list of recently uploaded images here.
All these changes are mere housekeeping. We regret any inconvenience.
I created a Wikia account a short time ago and I want to help improve it. I created a folder with many prints that would increase the quality of certain pages. In my portfolio there are Prints of Item Crash from Lament of Innocence, Item Crash from Harmony of Dissonance, Dual Crash from Portrait of Ruin and other attacks like Death's Deadly Tempest:
I see you've locked Underground Caverns and I'm flattered honestly, but why don't you tell me how you want the galleries and slideshows or lack thereof to be presented in the pages so that I don't have you reverting valid edits and whatnot.