Tacitus Sallustius Edit
Hi, the reason your edits to Tacitus Sallustius have been reverted is because what you are adding is speculative. The purpose of a wiki is to provide factual, canonical information to readers. We are not supposed to add speculation to articles, because if we allowed this kind of thing then our pages would slowly devolve into huge messes. Luckily, we do have a place to discuss opinions and speculation—the Forum. You can certainly make a post about Tacitus, and our moderators will tag it under his name, so at the very bottom of his article you will be a separate section labeled, "Discussions about Tacitus Sallustius," and your thread will appear there automatically.
This way, we are able to talk about factual information in the article, and also point readers to somewhere separated they can throw around ideas and thoughts. It's a good system, but it only if everyone works with it. Currently, the only remotely speculative content that is allowed in articles would be a highly plausible, backed-up point that is pretty much undeniable, for example that Nordic culture resembles Scandinavian culture. Anyway, just keep this in mind when you're editing in the future. Thanks. Have fun editing! —Atvelonis (talk) 03:30, December 30, 2015 (UTC)
Hi, in reference to your edit here, in Wikia's VisualEditor you should be able to edit the contents of the "Bugs" section by double-clicking on the collapsible table. However, I would personally recommend you change your default editor to the Source Editor in the "Editing" tab of Special:Preferences. Source is a less buggy and more advanced way to edit, and it teaches you the fundamentals of editing better anyway. The markup may seem confusing at first, but it's not actually that difficult once you get a hang of the basics. I have a guide on the syntax here if you want to check it out, and you can always ask myself or another administrator for help if you need it. Thanks. —Atvelonis (talk) 23:55, April 16, 2018 (UTC)