Shame. I really recommand it. As someone who was far from the only person to feel that her official route was too short in the end, this really feels like a proper extension. Well, I got only one complaint with it, but considering it was not the focus of the story to begin with, I can only make that a personal opinion :B.
Doubt it, the second one said "continued" which wasn't present in the first. It wasn't censorship either; the replies were still there to be viewed, just removed from the discussion since they were irrelevant.
I'd also suggest that you not be so quick to delete comments you find personally disagreeable in the future as well as not blocking users so readily. In an ideal world I would ask for an apology, but I doubt I will recieve one considering how tight of a grip you keep on dissent in your wiki.
I don't really find them personally disagreeable, they are just off-topic on a thread that I want to be done quickly. Past experience has shown the community here to be trollish at best, so it is true, I give very little lenience here to that sort of behaviour.
If that is true then I'd question why you dont delete or edit portions of posts that contain off topic material and are still present in that post. Also, labelling all dissent, even if it does have merit, as trolling doesn't do anything, but stifle the community. I'd like you to keep that in mind
I don't like to censor what people say; as such, I don't edit comments, only remove the ones with no useful content. Until someone games that of course.
Dissent is not trolling; dissent is a powerful tool which should be used by members of a wiki to challenge the status quo and enact positive change. Whining about things unrelated to a thread is not any useful form of dissent. It isn't by necessity trolling either, but again, the history here makes it seem that way.