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--TombRaiser (talk) 18:16, September 14, 2013 (UTC)

Editing.[edit source]

Hey, I saw the edits you made on the Marriage page. They look great, but, I'm here to ask you to please don't do all your edits at different times, as it clogges up the history. It could also be considered a form a badgehunting, which is against the policy of this wiki. So overall, what I'm trying to say is do all of your page edits before you publish. Thanks. :D Zippertrain85 (talk) 17:58, January 26, 2014 (UTC)

Badgehunting is where a user tries to get badges by using underhanded methods. The badges are reward people for working hard and doing something good for the Wiki, not something to get through exploits. I'm not trying to say you were doing this at all, I was just saying when you edit a page a lot it can come off as a form of Badgehunting, since it could be considered a quick way to get badges for a lot of edits on the mainspace pages. I hope I helped. =) Zippertrain85 (talk) 04:51, January 27, 2014 (UTC)

His/her, S/he[edit source]

Hey LadyNorbert, I've noticed you've changed some texts from their to his/her or s/he. We actually have an editing policy that states that using the the gender-neutral they, them, and their to refer to the player character is correct. The use of his/her, s/he or any combination should not be used in articles. Just wanted to give you a heads-up so your edits won't be reverted because of not knowing about the policy on this subject. Thanks, and glad you are helping out with cleaning up the grammar, spelling, and wordings on these articles. :) —TombRaiser SPEAK! 05:05, February 5, 2014 (UTC)

Lockpick (Oblivion)[edit source]

Hi LadyNorbert, I restored the listing of game appearances on the page Lockpick (Oblivion) as this is the item lockpick and it does appeare in all three games listed. —EbonySkyrim Message! 09:53, February 16, 2014 (UTC)

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