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Your edits Edit
Please make sure your edits are relevant and neutral. For instance, don't give theories as to what characters may resemble unless it's obvious or can be confirmed. In addition, don't add old pictures to pages with newer ones already there, the wiki has no reason to reinclude Super Scribblenauts pictures, especially at the top of the page which breaks the page style. Your blog post last week made it seem like you wanted to score high on the achievement board. That's a good goal, but right now it looks like you're just doing small unimportant edits that end up being reverted, which we do not need. User:Psychicken17 (talk) 19:30, April 23, 2014 (UTC)
Regarding the quality of your edits again Edit
You need to double check that your edits have good grammar and follow the wikia manual of style. This means things like make sure you add a space before beginning a new sentence, closing parenthesis, using commas and punctuation where applicable, and avoiding slang (basically, don't refer to something as a "red hoody thingy" and don't use "da" in replace of the). You have good intentions but need to make sure your edits don't require more edits to be made afterwords to fix them. --User:Psychicken17 (talk) 21:54, April 24, 2014 (UTC)
Pertaining to adminship Edit
Adminship requires at least 500 edits, and writing on people's talk pages without creating new sections but merely adding onto others isn't going to raise your chances. User:Psychicken17 (talk) 19:24, September 21, 2014 (UTC)
Deleting categories is a long and tedious process, because just deleting the category would still leave every page with Category:Words, it would just be a red link, you'd have to manually remove it from every page.
But no, that's not enough. The 500 edit rule still stays, and typically, adminship has been given to people who do the hard work, for example creating well written pages and adding high quality images, not just working with categories and small bits of trivia. User:Psychicken17 (talk) 01:46, September 22, 2014 (UTC)
Linking to other pages should usually be limited to the first occurrence of the word or phrase in an article (ex. It's unnecessary to link to cake every time it's mentioned in a page), unless the page is very long, the article is mentioned repeatedly in a table, or the links in question are hidden out of view by default. - Arya Snow (talk) 12:06, October 7, 2014 (UTC)