Not a problem.
Yeah, that's Honeycore; the reason why the page is gone is because there really wasn't a whole lot differentiating it from Cottagecore (outside of a heavier focus on bees and honey), so it's been moved over to the Cottagecore page as a subgenre.
Oh don't worry... she's already been permabanned from here, so you guys don't have to worry about her anymore.
Normally, we'd go for a three strikes rule, but since this person clearly only goes onto Wikis to vandalize them, she's out the door already.
Thanks for tipping us off; the problem has been taken care of.
It sounds like you already got a grasp of your personal aesthetic: Naturecore with MAYBE some Rainbowcore mixed in.
It's not a problem; I kinda figured you didn't understand cuz I highly doubt you were trying to be malicious with it.
You made it 1.5% Gamercore instead of 20%, but I wouldn't even apply Traumacore here because they've mentioned nothing about having dealt with any personal trauma whatsoever and to use it for anything other than its intended purpose (to cope with personal trauma) is disrespectful to the Traumacore community and could be seen as romanticizing a person's suffering and mental health problems (which is problematic in so many ways).
You put it for 20% as well. Also, with all due respect... it's kinda disrespectful to the purpose of Traumacore to just casually mix that in with other aesthetics.
That's... kinda not Traumacore, then. The trauma part is... kinda the important part of TRAUMAcore.
Sounds like you may just be a good ol' fashion Rocker.
For future reference, you DON'T have to put "core" at the end of something to make it an aesthetic; I know it's the cool thing to do and a lot of people seem to think that, unless you slap "-core" at the end of it that it's not an aesthetic; that's not true. It doesn't have to have that suffix to be considered an aesthetic.
With that said, a lot of those images kinda give me slight Dieselpunk vibes, but with a focus on trains.
I mean, I could probably help you in terms of how to lay out the page, but I'll definitely need more information about what you're wanting to go for with this before we move forward. Feel free to message me and we'll see where we can go from there.
It's not officially made on the Wiki, but I'd call an aesthetic like that "Old Hollywood".
It's fine. I know you meant well, so I'm not upset with you making the page. We're gonna leave Grey Academia up (obviously), but my recommendation to you is, yeah, do some research into it, see what parts of it line up with you and whatever doesn't perfectly line up, don't worry about it. We're human beings; we're not gonna fit neatly into a box and most of us will have some sort of blend of aesthetics, and I hope you figure out your personal blend.
Honestly, given some of the shit this individual's been posting, I get the feeling they aren't being wholly honest (a lot of the images they added were just shitposts anyways), so we're gonna move the photos you uploaded back into the gallery since they're more indicative of an Academia aesthetic than somebody uploading a bunch of fucking cat pictures.
And yes, I'm giving you the go-ahead to continue working on the page again.
And as somebody who openly criticizes the overusage of the -core suffix, I appreciate it immensely.
Believe me, as somebody who often sees Synthwave/Outrun material get mistaken for Vaporwave (and I say this as somebody involved with both communities), I kinda empathize with your situation. I'm just glad we could resolve this situation peacefully.
Well, a history section would be kinda nice. I know you want to differentiate yourselves from them, but maybe taking a look at the format for the Dark Academia page would be a good starting point (not the content, just the format for how the page is laid out). Other than that, I'd say whatever else you want to add it is completely up to you (like, say, laying out the differences between Grey Academia and Dark Academia to further distance yourselves from them) but as long as you can give us a decent layout and a cohesive theme with some of the images, it should be good to go.
But yeah, I wouldn't say don't welcome the person, but definitely humble them if they start getting out of line with the ego. Make it known "Look, we're fine with you joining the community, but know your fucking place; you're new. I'm a veteran in the community." I also wasn't aware they were trying to big league you on other platforms, I apologize.