Please stop altering information on Hekapoo's page to reflect falsities/inaccuracies. It is stated - OUT LOUD - in "Cleaved" that destroying magic would erase her from existence, and this is demonstrated - ON-SCREEN - with Rhombulus and Omnitraxus.
Any belief that Hekapoo is somehow still alive in spite of this is purely in the realm of headcanon. Thank you.
Thing is, we don't have a confirmation on whether she's alive or not.
Therefore, since we can only assume, her fate should be listed as unknown until a official statement is said regarding her status as just putting her as being erased is stupid when we have no proof to her in particular being erased.
TheMultiBrony21, I respect your right to an opinion, but I would appreciate you not using the comments to spread lies and hate about the SVTFOE staff members and this Wiki, like accusing staff writers of "pushing agendas" or the Wiki "not caring about canon" - all because you don't like a certain character. Thank you.
And just because you disagree with it doesn't make it untrue.
I already explained that, without something being stated in canon, the word of show staff is as close as canon as we can get. And Charlotte Jackson's role as one of the episode's writers/storyboard artists makes her word the only evidence we have regarding Jackie and Chloe's relationship.
I get that you don't like Chloe, but that's just the way it is.
I already explained that too. Daron Nefcy was directly involved in the episode's story, so any input from the other writers would have her approval. In fact, for all you know, Daron could've come up with the character of Chloe herself.
And in response to your second point, what's considered "canon" is not limited to just the show itself. Secondary material such as books and comics are also canon to the series because they were written by the show staff themselves.
On the character, didn't she admit to creating the character?
On her lying about the relationship, isn't that obvious? She ships Jackie with a character she created, so of course she'd lie. That and, if you look at what the writer said, she pretty much implied she was working towards her own agenda.
As I have said, I'm okay with Bi/same sex relationships, if they are done right and are confirmed in canon, not on social media.
That's probably not something she had any control over. Daron and her team of lead writers (Bisignano, Hammersley, Casey, Infantino, and Higgins) set the episode's overall story, so if it was up to anyone to have Jackie date Janna, it would have been them.
And yes, I've commissioned artwork of my OC that have been posted on Derpibooru.