aka Bork-The-Ork

  • I live in Proudspire Manor
  • My occupation is Vampire Hunting
  • I am Male

Have any questions about my edits? Send me a message!Edit

Hello brother! :D Ghurbulz (talk) 21:04, July 2, 2012 (UTC) Ghurbulz Ghurbulz (talk) 21:04, July 2, 2012 (UTC)

Hi, if you're going to be adding templates to pages to replace the wiki text for the game name (which isn't necessary, by the way), please delete the word "Template:" All that is needed is the game name between the braces {{}}. Thanks, GramsJ (talk) 15:06, July 11, 2012 (UTC)


We never use the category "Skyrim: Items" for weapon pages so these should not be added to pages. Also "Skyrim: Weapons" is automatically added via the infobox so no need to add that. Thanks.

Jimeee (talk) 15:41, July 11, 2012 (UTC)

Hey, Thanks for helping me out with the Bone Hawk Ring page, I found in while I was messing around and looting Castle Volkihar, I wanted to know more about it so I went on the wiki and to my disappointment there was nothing on it. So today, after a week of wishing someone would do something I decided to make the page, My first page in essence. I appreciate the help.

User page imagesEdit

As per the user page policy, we allow a maximum of three images on a user page. Your user page has far exceeded this maximum. We request that you remove all but three images. If you do not comply with this request, all images will be removed and deleted. Re-adding the images after this happens will be considered a second policy evasion and is grounds for a temporary ban from editing. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. HaLo2FrEeEk Here I am! 17:16, July 14, 2012 (UTC)


The categories you added to Dragonbone warhammer are not valid. Don't invent new categories without asking an admin first.

Jimeee (talk) 17:02, July 15, 2012 (UTC)

I have asked you to stop adding invalid categories and you just added another. This is the last time I'm going to ask before I take action.
Jimeee (talk) 17:08, July 15, 2012 (UTC)
They dont need fixed. The categories used for Dawnguard weapons are correct. Don't add any more categories.
Jimeee (talk) 17:15, July 15, 2012 (UTC)
You don't need to add categories like "Oblivion: Weapons" or "Skyrim: Weapons" because they are automatically added with the infobox. Never add these categories manually. Just don't add categories until you have read our guidelines
Jimeee (talk) 17:36, July 15, 2012 (UTC)

RE:Stormcloak SoldierEdit

Glad to see you spent so much time renovating Stormcloak Soldier. The structure and formatting of the article is very good, corresponding almost perfectly with our styling sheet. There are some improvements that need to be made still, however. For instance, articles should always be rewritten from a third person indirect point of view, as per our policy on point of view. Here's an example of the proper tone:

  • Incorrect: "You find the item here."
  • Correct: "The item can be found here."

Words such as "you" and "I" should be omitted from this article wherever they appear. Also, the lead or opening paragraph of the article requires expansion. Good leads offer a summary, overview, or basic description of all topics in the article. Leads are usually about 200 words long. Hope these tips help you with improving the article! --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 23:21, July 16, 2012 (UTC)

RE:Cleaning up articlesEdit

Hello again, Bork. First, can I convince you to please sign talk page and forum posts with four tildes as per our signature policy and talk page policy? Doing so helps other editors (specifically, the one's you're talking to) know who you are, when you left your message, and provides quick links to your user page and talk page, in case they need to communicate with you further. Mucho appreciated.

Moving on to your concerns. Thanks for cleaning up those articles. I combed through a few of the edits, and they looked good. Please be aware that I may not always be able to review your edits. If you are curious about whether you are "doing things right", never be afraid to consult our policies and guidelines as well as our manual of style. These two guides are essential for all editors; so long as you follow the instructions detailed there, your edits will never require reviewing from an admin or anyone else; we'll already know that everything is correctly formatted. It's not that I don't want to assist you, or that your edits are unappreciated. I am a busy man. I work five days a week and have my admin duties to boot. Everyone is constantly vying for my attention, and I can only do so much. There are, however, plenty of other editors and admins that would be happy to help you review pages, if you asked. Mostly, though, all the information and advice they give will come from the manual of style. Guaranteed.

I hope you found this helpful :) --—Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 03:04, July 18, 2012 (UTC)

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