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  • Please read the comics when you add a reference or change the text present before a reference.

    Stick to the comics, read them, check them again before editing.

    Both points apply even for historical facts. So don't add historical stuff without references.

    A last warning (it's been told you multiple times over more than three years) on this point: reference your edits.

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  • Hi.

    If you return to the wikia, please start rewriting and referencing the copy-past of that page: http://marvelnextgen.wikifoundry.com/page/Lemuria

    Thanks.

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  • Um... Australia has been a country since 1901.

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  • Hey, I'm going back adding the licences to images that are missing them, since you added a load of flags for countryies, can i ask you go here Marvel Database:Non-Templated Images and add licensing for all the flags

    Thanks

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  • Hi!

    I went through many Olympian-related articles, and many of your articles are flawed in their use of references.

    For examples, you added Thor #356 for:

    Same for Hercules Vol 3 #1 who briefly mentions the Labor, but does not explain how it was done.

    It's a little boring because I now spend more time looking for errors and correcting them (so more search work) than actually writing pages I had in mind. And given the references are false, but might be actually supported by comics I don't know of or haven't read, the result is a mess.

    (Also, watch your punctuation, think about the relevancy when adding material, add full links and not only disambiguation, etc.)

    So I ask you to please correct your existing edits before doing more, and then for the last time please some efforts in your edits, to save time for both me and you.

    Please answer this message, and don't hesitate if you have any question.

    Thanks in advance.

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    • Yep made some changes, but with every page its a work in progress lets work together to improve it overtime.

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    • Yeah yeah, that's the principle of the wikia, but still, you can't left wrong references in the end of your edits, because when the page is published, it will be wrong. That's the point of my message.

      (with also the punctuation, the relevancy when adding material, full links and not only disambiguation, etc.).

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  • Hi!

    How did you know it was Sparta (Greece) on this pic : File:Sparta_(Greece)_from_Trojan_War_Vol_1_1_001.jpg.

    I would have said it was Athens (with that mountain) or Troy, but there is not really any information to tell.

    Thanks in advance.

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    • I went by the helmets which appeared to be Spartan but that was just my interpretation. Also the main locations of the story are Sparta and Troy.

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    • I see only crested helmets, maybe with a metal crest (maybe just the way it is colored). What characteristic of those helmets seems more spartan ? (They don't look exactly like any spartan helmets seen in Trojan War #2)

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  • Hi!

    Not the first time I and other ask you to provide references for an edit. I've removed every unreferenced bit of information you've added to the Asklepios (Earth-616) page.

    Also, even when you use references, you don't always respect the actual content of the reference. For example, there is nothing about Asklepios fighting the Trojan War in Trojan War #4 (even if his son is in it, and even if Asklepios was with the argives in Trojan War #2).

    And also, be careful with the use of the punctuation.

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Hi!

    I don't know if I had already said it to you (I said it to others at least), but it is useless to states that a character from a group has also their features.

    • For example, Lord Byson or the Earth-8311 characters are anthropomorphic bovines. At much, we could state they are Humanoids, but stating they have a bovine form is complete redundancy.
    • On the opposite side, it is relevant to state Man-Bull has bovine form.

    Have a good day.

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    • Yep understood.

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    • Also, when was the Jackal stated to be a human/jackal hybrid (I don't recall him being an actual hybrid but only a highly mutated human with no clear origin, and I missed it in the history text).

      Don't forget to add references to support your edits (putting them in the origin field and/or in the powers section, along with the usual process of adding them to the history text, can help).

      Thanks in advance.

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  • This is probably the fourth time I bring to your notice the following. Please, if you are not going to create original content for the articles you contribute to, try to improve the quality with which you add said information.

    The Afghanistan page is an example of that. The different paragraphs taken from different articles have no form of cohesive narrative or connectors. The focus of the article should be Afghanistan, not the people that visited or lived on it. There are even portions of this copy-pasted information that have nothing to do with Afghanistan, after mentioning that Dust was born in there, the information in the paragraph moves to India, and continues talking about Dust's life experiences even though they are completely irrelevant for the article.

    The paragraph about Wolverine tracking down Mystique mentions Afghanistan at the beginning. Then there's a mention of a flashback which takes place in Muir Island that has nothing to do with Afghanistan at all, and the action moves to Iran and later Iraq.

    Additionally, if you add references in an article to have information later attributed to them, try to hide then between <!-- and -->. Having clusters of stray references is extremely sloppy.

    Finally, please try to contribute to the article all at once, instead of filling the page's edit history with over 20 consecutive edits in a single hour.

    Thank you.

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  • I didn't find this out until recently but if you want to move something (page, file, category, etc.) the tag to use is {{subst:move| ... }}

    I've used MoveTagged and Move before and the pages (or what have you) just sat there for the longest time. Adding the subst tag, automatically changes it to MoveTagged and adds time stamp when you Publish. Of course, that doesn't guarantee that the Move will be immediate, just slightly faster.

    Hope that helps. :)

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