CIS were not the good guys and clone troopers are good it was those inhibitor chips, and this is all fanfiction which you are putting in the wiki, We don't allow Fanfiction it is not allowed. It is strictly not allowed: Star Wars Rebels Wiki:Policies and Guidelines.
If you continue I will have no choice but block you.
Just curious, do we really need two articles for one ship? We don't even know if the Imperial Interdictor was a type of Immobilizer or vice versa. SW.com actually mentions that the version we see in the show is quite larger than the 418 model, suggesting that it's a more powerful predecessor. It just seems kind of impractical to have two pages on one subject. Maybe the Immobilizer 418 page could be redirected to the Imperial Interdictor until we have some clarification.
I didn't need you two to support my discussion with Bane7370, I can handle myself and it was basically a private conversation, not an argument or a disagreement. Everytime I speak with Bane, you or Murice.136 barge in when my discussions have nothing to do with any of you.
I may have take some sort of restriction into some consideration.
I see you failed to heed the notice on the page about the spelling of "Capital Ship". While this may not be the correct spelling, this is how it was identified on the Season 2 concept art and, typo or not, that makes it the official name until the proper name is revealed.
If I know what's right, I know. Leave the page alone or else... I'll contact Wikia and tell them you are trying to boss people around. Star Wars Wiki has the proof that the CIS wanted peace, not Maurice. My friends have it, not Maurice. Are you seeing a pattern?
Just listen to yourself, your making a big case over nothing. You want to throw away your place in a wikia for what, over a disagreement on information. This kind of behaviour leads to war editing and so far you were the one who started and when Maurice.136 tried to reason with you, you remaind insistent that it should be done your way, no one else's. If this is going to be like that with you everyday then I'm sorry.
Or Sideous and Dooku are the villains, and pretty much everyone else are heroes/victims. (I personally disagree with this, but it's a fairly valid point. I would argue, however, that Grievous is more of a victim than a villain, as the parts of his brain that recognized honor and compassion were literally cut out by San Hill's scientists.)