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I don't personally like it when a description says something akin to ''"This audiograph can be found on the table in Billie's outpost during the mission The Stolen Archive"'' as it does at the bottom of the [http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Page_from_Dolores%27s_Journal page as the edit above]. I prefer the word "mission" to be after the mission title or a comma to be used after the word "mission" when necessary. However, I don't use the excuse of an edit on something else to rearrange other parts that are, again, '''unnecessary'''.
 
I don't personally like it when a description says something akin to ''"This audiograph can be found on the table in Billie's outpost during the mission The Stolen Archive"'' as it does at the bottom of the [http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Page_from_Dolores%27s_Journal page as the edit above]. I prefer the word "mission" to be after the mission title or a comma to be used after the word "mission" when necessary. However, I don't use the excuse of an edit on something else to rearrange other parts that are, again, '''unnecessary'''.
   
You have a habit of asking why someone, usually an admin, starts making a change on something, but then hasn't been doing that kind of correctly on previous other edits, such as [http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:71836 here]. The truth of the matter, Metworst, is that these types of edits/changes get lost to tedium when the admin(s) have to sit through a plethora of about 20-30 edits made at a time with a ridiculous amount of changes during each edit. Therefore, these type of nitpicks of yours, which I might add you have been warned about '''time after time after time after time after time''', need to cease.
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You have a habit of asking why someone, usually an admin, starts making a change on something, but then hasn't been doing that kind of correction on previous other edits, such as [http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:71836 here]. The truth of the matter, Metworst, is that these types of edits/changes get lost to tedium when the admin(s) have to sit through a plethora of about 20-30 edits made at a time with a ridiculous amount of changes during each edit. Therefore, these type of nitpicks of yours, which I might add you have been warned about '''time after time after time after time after time''', need to cease.
   
 
Stop trying to hide them among other edits. As is evidenced by the excessive warnings received on your wall, we have given you '''ample''' opportunities to cease this behavior, more so than any other other wiki I have been on. Both our good will and our ability to assume good faith with you is at an end. Therefore, should you ignore any of our previous warnings again, I will remove you from this site.
 
Stop trying to hide them among other edits. As is evidenced by the excessive warnings received on your wall, we have given you '''ample''' opportunities to cease this behavior, more so than any other other wiki I have been on. Both our good will and our ability to assume good faith with you is at an end. Therefore, should you ignore any of our previous warnings again, I will remove you from this site.

Latest revision as of 20:42, October 24, 2017

As per many messages upon your wall, I am asking you for the final time to stop altering unnecessary parts of the pages/articles. You are linking or unlinking parts of the page that someone else has done simply to fix them to your own personal tastes.

As per the rules, YMMV is not acceptable here without justification. A primary example of this is this edit. There is NO REASON to take out the word "Sisters" from the link to Oracular Order. It changed NOTHING on the page. You did it simply because that is the way you wanted it presented.

I don't personally like it when a description says something akin to "This audiograph can be found on the table in Billie's outpost during the mission The Stolen Archive" as it does at the bottom of the page as the edit above. I prefer the word "mission" to be after the mission title or a comma to be used after the word "mission" when necessary. However, I don't use the excuse of an edit on something else to rearrange other parts that are, again, unnecessary.

You have a habit of asking why someone, usually an admin, starts making a change on something, but then hasn't been doing that kind of correction on previous other edits, such as here. The truth of the matter, Metworst, is that these types of edits/changes get lost to tedium when the admin(s) have to sit through a plethora of about 20-30 edits made at a time with a ridiculous amount of changes during each edit. Therefore, these type of nitpicks of yours, which I might add you have been warned about time after time after time after time after time, need to cease.

Stop trying to hide them among other edits. As is evidenced by the excessive warnings received on your wall, we have given you ample opportunities to cease this behavior, more so than any other other wiki I have been on. Both our good will and our ability to assume good faith with you is at an end. Therefore, should you ignore any of our previous warnings again, I will remove you from this site.

- Geist

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