Be Mindful of Others' Works. Don't take information directly from other sites or books. Write your own information. Submitting information taken from other sources will result in a temporary block/ban, and a permanent one if this behavior continues.
In other words, please don't plagiarize other sites' work. If you want to add information to articles, be sure to put the content into your own words, and be sure to cite your sources. Specifically I checked Hel-Rangers (Earth-15513) and it came back as 100% plagiarized from a single external source (Wikipedia), and I suspect this means you've done the same with who knows how many other edits here and in every instance it'll need to be removed and replaced with original work to comply with Wikia's terms and conditions. Thanks.
EDIT: Just adding a postscript in case other Admins happen upon this to note that this was largely a false positive created by another user and is being addressed there.
What are you talking about? I took that information from the Shield page on this website, not Wikipedia. I suggest you should check the Shield page to see whoever used the information on Wikipedia to put it on this wiki. I just simply created the Hel-Rangers page and added the information from the Shield page to there, along with some background information.
Okay, appreciate the explanation, it means whomever added the information there likely plagiarized it word for word from elsewhere then, so I'll have to ferret that out instead. Regardless it's a good example of why simply copying what someone else put on another article here isn't the best idea when creating new articles, 'cause it erroneously implied you were responsible since in that instance the edit history notes you as the sole author. Anyway, thanks for the prompt reply and help hopefully resolving the issue by finding the true source.
I was the one who wrote the major part of the Shield page, and I assure you that I didn't take it from Wikipedia. The truth is, someone has been taking information from here and putting on Wikipedia for quite some time. It's not the first time I see exactly what is written here written there too. You can see other pages there, the info is exactly the same.
What got me on the case is that the Hel-Rangers article had citations notes such as  which didn't link anywhere, which is an obvious sign of having been copied from elsewhere and not an original work of the editor.
I'll go to Wikipedia and see if I can't figure out who's taking your work there then.
2) Once the image is uploaded, please don't forget licensing.
If you uploaded it through the Special:Upload function, make use of the "Licensing (Required)" dropdown feature before clicking "Upload File," and choose the apropriate type of licensing. "A single panel of a character," "A regular comic book cover" and "Movie screenshot" are some of the most common options.
If you uploaded it through the "Add a photo to this gallery" function on the bottom of galleries, or you didn't select any licensing option in the dropdown feature of Special:Upload, you'll have to add the licensing manually. Go to the uploaded image and click "Edit," you'll see two rows of buttons to insert templates or format functions. Click on the button that has a single polaroid photograph on it (found in the bottom row), and the template will be added. Be sure to fill in the "License" field with the respective license. Most common licenses are "Comic Single Panel," "Comic Cover," "TV Screenshot" and "Movie Screenshot." If the licensing you added is not valid, the image will still appear as unlicensed.
3) Whether the image template with licensing has been added automatically or has been inserted manually on the image, please be sure to fill in the respective fields there are, including "Source," "Universe," "Subject#," etc. to help sort it out.
Please, when you edit a history text section in a page, be sure to fulfill this two important things:
Use past tense. Don't write in present tense.
Be as concise as possible. Don't delve into unecessary details. If you want to mention that certain character battled another, it's unecessary to describe every single course of action they took in said encounter. Just saying that they fought and the outcome of said fight is enough.
I'm giving you this suggestions because you can't have an entire giant paragraph describing ONE single issue. That's way too much detail.