Sorry to tell you this but I have to block you again. I know you are trying to better your grammar but you are still making spelling mistakes and pointing out the obvious. However, the main reason I'm blocking you is for creating new categories without permission or spamming them. This was the main reason why I blocked you last time. Since you have done this again, I have to make the block longer I'm afraid. I know you are trying your best to help out but I can't give you the benefit of the doubt when you have broken a rule again.
I'd definitely use this time to try to better your edits and look back over the rules found here. This can help you out in the long run.
I believe I did but I had to remove that infobox you created. You can't create new infoboxes like that without permission. I wouldn't mind one but you have to ask first since it has to be done in the correct format.
They are still there. Did you even check yourself? Also, I am still deciding weither an infobox for battle cards is needed. I mean, not even the Stickers use it's own Sticker infobox. They use the Infobox Item instead.
This is a bit of a review from me. This is not a warning or anything and I'm not going to block you after this so don't worry. I just want to bring something to attention that you need to know. I hate to bring this up but when I blocked you last time, I only blocked you for spamming categories to pages. I didn't do it because you have rather poor grammar. However, back then, I did told you that you need to work on your grammar more.
On most pages you have edited on, you tend to make grammar issues that can be easily fixed. I'm not saying you make grammar mistakes all of the time but at least half of your edits do consist of poor grammar. This includes not using commas, not using periods, not using the right form of words when it's necessary "such as 'a area'", and, most commonly, not captalizing words when they are needed. Also, sometimes the sentences you right didn't make sense because of poor grammar.
Another thing you commonly do is misspell words. You do this a lot and you even misspell words when the correct name is right in front of you. Like on the Big Spiny page, you spelled it as "Big Spiney" despite the name "Big Spiny" is right there on the page and in the link. I'm still not sure if you made the edit like that on purpose or not but that is something hard to misspell when the correct name is literally right in front of you. I'm not trying to be rude but I'm just saying you need to use a reference when it's right there.
Finally, you really don't need to point out the obivious on pages or fail to state what to do in a certain case. Like on a page from Paper Mario: Color Splash," you said that you need an important item to process through the game. However, you never stated what the item was. You have to if you want to be more constructive. For pointing out the obivious, you tend to state something that is pretty much stated already or is plainly clear.
As I said, this is not a warning and having bad grammar isn't against the rules. However, whenever you make edits, I always have to check over them to make sure you didn't make any mistakes. I trust other frequent users not to check over their edits because I know they don't make those mistakes. However, I have to for you seen you've been doing this for weeks now. My advice, make sure you hit the preview button and double check your edits. If you have spell check, please use it. Some browsers have this feature and you can check over your edits in source mode. Just use this message as a way to help you out on grammar. It's okay to edit the page again if you see a mistake you made. Just don't make the same amount of edits 5 or more times in the same day as you have done on the Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam page. Hope this helps you out a bit.
Hmm. I am wondering if you're even taking my advice. You're still making numerous of spelling and grammar error. You're not using sources to confirm some of your edits (like saying the Max Nut can also restore BP when they are only an HP healing item). I know I said I wouldn't block for grammar but there is only so much before it gets a bit much. I told you that you should double check your edits and you're not really doing that. I can block you for not listening though since I may now have to consider that a warning.
Hey there. I'm just letting you know you cannot create empty pages even if you just add the infobox there. It's pretty lazy and if you're not going to put any effort into the page at the time, then please don't create the page at all.
Since you edited the Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam page six times in the same day, I went and protected the page for the day and giving you this warning not to edit milk on pages again. Please remember to try to do all edits all at once.
When you are editing articles, please make sure to put proper grammar into your edits. We cannot allow sentences without periods, we need the text to have grammar as it makes it easier to read. Next time you edit, please make sure to put punctuation into your editing.
EDIT: Also please do not create categories that do not belong in articles, that may be vandalism. Please stop adding false information into pages.
The ludwig battle was true, I had the game! I'm sorry I failed english and I have placed appropriate categories to my articles. Tanooki tree didn't have much info available. I've been trying to help the wikia, and you block me.
BobaFettFan10 wrote: The ludwig battle was true, I had the game! I'm sorry I failed english and I have placed appropriate categories to my articles. Tanooki tree didn't have much info available. I've been trying to help the wikia, and you block me.
Sorrry but the info you tend to add was either pointing out the obivious, something already stated, something completely false, opinionated (you called a species of Goomba "stupid" on the article), or something that is clearly spam (you added a "Mario" category along others). Not to mention your grammar isn't too great (like you tend to write out sentences "In a Similar ay Likethis" without ending it with a period. Sorry but you have done that so many times after I warned you last night so I had to block you. It's not for long though but if you continue to do so afterwards, it'll be longer. The grammar isn't too bad because that can be corrected but I can't overlook the obivious spamming of categories.
Take it easy. I might have reverted it by accident since the majority of your other edits were spam or had bad grammar in it.
After taking a look, sure you added a section but it was rather bad grammar. This is what you added:
Ludwif Appeared with Larry using Battle Cards for battling Mario
For starters, whenever you add a game's name to a page, you have to spell out the full name and italicize it. Meaning it has to be Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, not just Paper Jam. Second, you spelled Lugwig's name wrong. Third, you added a capital letter to "Appeared" when the sentence already began with Lugwig who's name already has a capital letter to start the sentence. Finally, you have to end all sentences with periods.
I'm not trying to sound hard on you by pointing out all of those faults. It's just a way to help you improve on the grammar. I didn't block you mainly for bad grammar, just the spamming of the categories which is fair because you added a bunch of unneeded ones after I warned you before not to do that.
To enable badges, you have to contact Fandom support to have then enabled on your wikia. It used to be more simplier to just enable themself from the admin dashboard and from wikia features but that's all changed now.
Oh. I thought we were done here. Usually if you're done with another subject, then this should be dropped especially since this thread was originally about you adding spam to pages and it's getting way too off topic.
To be honest, I never thought about checking percentage. I don't really see the point to be honest.