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Welcome![edit]

May I extend my warmest welcomes and offer you any help you may need? Thanks for your contributions, mate!
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ShoeMaker (Contribs • Message) 07:14, January 23, 2018 (EST)

Deletion request[edit]

Hi, I have now deleted the page. For the future, you can also use any of the following

  • Add {{delete}} to the page to flag it for deletion. An admin will eventually notice it and act as appropriate.
  • Add {{InstantDelete}} to the page.
  • Make it a redirect to the correct article.

Good luck and happy editing! -- Cru121 (ContribsMessage) 10:47, July 30, 2018 (EDT)

  • I actually recreated the page as a redirect because it was a plausible search term. If you request something to be deleted with {{Delete}} or {{Instantdelete}}, please make sure to use the |reason= parameter and/or include a reason in the edit summary and/or start a discussion on the talk page of why it should be deleted. Thanks! DDOstream (ContribsMessage) 10:35, August 1, 2018 (EDT)

Monsters in quest[edit]

Hi, you did everything correctly, one last missing step was to create Category:Monsters_in_Reach_for_the_Sky with the content {{Monsters in quest}}. Once you add habitat to monsters, it adds mobs to the appropriate categories. Check for red category links (non-existing categories) at the bottom of the article, and feel free to create them as needed. -- Cru121 (ContribsMessage) 04:42, May 29, 2019 (EDT)

Wiki Edit-quette[edit]

First great job on the work you're doing. Couple things that you want to keep in mind...
1) If you haven't already, read through this forum thread. When creating a "new" article such as that, yes, it has to start somewhere - just put a big "disclaimer" on it until everything has been checked, OR (better) don't post it until after you've actually run it so you're at least passingly familiar with any glaring changes. And/or make liberal use of the {{verify}}needs verification tag. No big, it happens (kinda has to, at some level!), just pointing it out fyi.
2) Wiki editing is anonymous; editors don't give themselves (or, usually, others) credit in the articles they edit. This helps to remove "ego" from the equation. Add your name only to User/talk and Article/discussion pages. (This is specifically re Finding Dorris). If you feel the need to comment to readers, keep it in the impersonal "editorial voice" - "There appears to be...", not "I found...". If only future editors need to see the comment, use the <!-- Hidden Note to Editors --> code. (Note hat some older articles mention forum contributors ("Lost Leader" walk-thrus, for example) - this is winked at out of longstanding tradition, and occasionally major non-editor sources are credited, but is not "as a rule" encouraged moving forward.)
Again, gj, thanks for all your contributions, keep it up! C-Hound (ContribsMessage) 23:39, April 17, 2020 (EDT)

  • C-Hound, Thank you for the encouragement. I am no where near the wiki expert that you probably are. I picked it up because I found that there was information that I was looking for that wasn't here. I did a bunch of stuff, and then real life intervened. I use(d) a lot of copy/paste and I found that I have a style of writing that works the best for me. I do my best, and oftentimes it is in the wee hours of the morning when I do my wiki work, after a long day of being me. Thank you also for cleaning up the pages that I have done/edited to make them more wiki user friendly. GMTrojan (Contribs⇑ top ⇑)