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  • Since I am blocked, may someone please edit Heimdall, so his death can be uploaded. Thank You

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  • You've been blocked for a period of two months for repeated failure to support edits with properly referenced history text. Please take this time to review the Marvel Database:Policies and Guidelines to avoid further issue in the future. Thanks.

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    • I was in the middle of explaining how Heimdall was killed, when you blocked me. I ask if you could give me a chance to publish that. Thank You

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    • This isn't a one-time deal. You've been warned at least four times on your wall and probably another dozen times in edit summaries to cease changing infoboxes without adding properly cited context to the article and it's not like you didn't have a chance to edit Heimdall's article properly, there was twenty-five minutes between your most recent low-effort edit and the AdMod team's decision on how to proceed. The good news is, the ban is temporary, so in due time you'll get another chance.

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    • I understand. I ask, then, may you get another user to edit Heimdall, so his death can be uploaded. Thank You

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  • You've been told repeatedly that when upadting pages, you should do so in their entirety so that the change that happened to the page's character is properly reflected throughout the article. After returning from your three-month block you've been doing this sporadically, so this is the final warning. If you continue to insist with making low-effort edits, you will be blocked indefinitely.

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  • Please, when updating pages, do so in their entirety so that the change that happened to the page's character is properly reflected throughout the article. For instance, if a character dies, do not simply add the character's appearance of death to the infobox in their article; it's mandatory that the addition be supported by properly cited information available in the History section.

    Thank you.

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  • You have been blocked for a period of three months for repeatedly inserting false information despite numerous warnings.

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  • Please, when you're editing articles to update the history text, take into consideration that the purpose of a wiki contributor is to add information for an unknowing reader. While the information in the site needs to be concise, it also needs to be clear and leave the hypothetical reader fulfilled.

    I'm going to use as an example your latest edit on Poseidon Aegaeus (Earth-616). You updated the page with the following piece of information:

    "When Nyx got free, she came and killed all the gods that were there, including Poseidon.{{r|Avengers: No Road Home #1}}"

    This is very bare-boned. It doesn't explain who is Nyx (it doesn't even link to her article), it doesn't explain where did she get free from, it doesn't explain where is "there" or why did she kill all the gods. You made a similar edit in Ruth Aldine (Earth-616) not too long ago, which read:

    "She later committed suicide because sha had a vision of her death, and it was too much.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 5 11}}"

    I asked another user if he could expand on this piece of information, and this was the result:

    "After the worldwide chaos caused by the [[Nathaniel Grey (Earth-295)|X-Man]] and the subsequent disappearance of both him and the majority of the X-Men, {{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 5 10}} the aggression against mutants reached new heights. During that period Ruth went into hiding with the Morlocks and had visions of multiple possible futures, in all of them she met a painful and brutal death. Ruth decided to commit suicide to end her life on her own terms, but in her last act before that she reached to Cyclops to warn him about futility of his actions.{{r|Uncanny X-Men Vol 5 11}}"

    It adds context to Blindfold's death, a lot of it. I have yet to read Uncanny X-Men, and the original version left me unsatisfied and confused. The second version gave me almost as much information as I would've gotten if I had actually read that issue. That is the principle one should take into account when adding information to pages in the site.

    For the sake of a better reading experience of visitors of the site, I'm asking that you to put more effort into the information that you add to articles.

    Thank you.

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  • Hi Squirrelman1, I just want to let you know that you recently edited Mighty World of Marvel Vol 7 5 and Astonishing Spider-Man Vol 7 12 + 11. As I can inform you, there is an #12, #13 and #6. I will upload them soon. If you have anything to ask me, just head to My Message Wall. Please reply so I know you've read this!

    Thanks, Ultimantium

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  • Please, when you edit an infobox, make sure to use proper grammar. Use capital letters and don't place a comma after "formerly" since a punctuation mark there makes no sense.

    For example, in Pickles (Earth-616) you wrote the following:

    | Affiliation             = formerly, {{m|X-Men (Earth-TRN240)|X-Men (Blue Team)}}

    When the correct spelling is:

    | Affiliation             =  Formerly {{m|X-Men (Earth-TRN240)|X-Men (Blue Team)}}

    Thank you.

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  • Please, remember whenever you add new information to properly reference it every single time.

    If your source is a comic, TV episode, movie, etc., you just need to put between {{r| and }} the issue/episode/movie in which the events you just described happened. Like this:

    Tony Stark became Iron Man.{{r|Tales of Suspense Vol 1 39}}

    If your source is a web site, refer to this page on how to cite web pages in articles.

    Remember that having the information we display referenced is what makes us a reliable source of knowledge, so even though it wasn't always the policy here on the Marvel Database, it's now considered extremely important (see also Citing Sources).

    Thanks!

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  • Please, stop editing pages like Bloodstorm and Cable's. It is not custom to change all fields in a character's infobox to formerly after they die, since at the time of their deaths, the characters were members of the organizations they belonged to. Additionally, the way you're editing the pages is not gramatically correct.

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