I know there are figures where there is no name to be found but I see some profiles with a confusing tiny little "." as the placemarker. Shouldn't the naming convention be "NO NAME" or "UNKNOWN" or something. Maybe it is in some GENI rulebook I have never read. What is the common conventional wisdom on this topic?
So, I was going to give him the benefit of the doubt, since Geni hasn't taken away his privilege to use this website. Many of his profiles are in the Big Tree already...and LEGIT.
I decided to edit some of the strange profiles, since some had no full names or had "don't merge with [insert something weird]."
Well, I've never read the stories of the Knights of the Round Table before. So, I was thinking his profiles in the area (of the link above) were somewhat Biblical or Mythological. NO, they ARE NOT. They are characters from a book that is purely fictional based on possible lives of real people. And they are connected to Greek Gods and humans, according to "Jonathan Paracy."
If we are allowing fake people from a fictional book (not saying that Adam and Eve, the Giants and the Maori stories are "fake") then we might as well start accepting the "Fake or Pretend Profiles" like Clark Kent and Lois Lane, Spiderman, Scooby Doo, Pikachu, the Easter Bunny as cousins of "You."