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  • You are still linking quotes incorrectly.

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  • Just a gentle reminder, you have to include links. Noone is helped when you just at "Justice League of America" or "Nate Heywood" in the infobox (and spell them wrong to boot). Regarding your edit to Lucas Fox (War), including only ONE random link is not appreciated. If you can't be bothered, then don't include links at all, because with just one link, it doesn't show up in Category:Wikify.

    Another general, stylistic note is that history sections have to introduce the character by name, and carry some structure. Not one big block of text. Clear structure: intro, white line, early life, white line, basic events in the movie. If the paragraphs are long enough or if sections require more than one paragraph, include headers.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • When you get back from another block, please read your message wall about how to properly insert quotes or ask for some help.

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    • Ok, 1, I do not know how to make links.

      2, I didn't do anything wrong on Vixen's quote. I even went back and edited it again to make sure I got the wording right!

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    • The wording wasn't the problem - nobody said it was. It was, as always, the linking. That has been spelled out to you, read back Kyle's messages on your wall.

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    • Ok, tell me how to get that... that vertical line thingy in the middle of the link and make this all easier on all of us.

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    • The pipe? It's upper case \ on most western keyboards.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • When you write a character bio, you have to include links to other characters, events and places. And please do not include speculation. Much of your John Wilkes Booth bio was never shown in the episode.

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    • And never, ever, ever use the first person. We don't exist. It's out of universe.

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  • A character bio is a general overview of the character history with a clear introduction to the character followed by sections on youth/origin and exploits. It shouldn't be an elaborate play-by-play of every word, punch and kick. That's more something for the movie synopsis. Conciseness is key.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • You've been warned several times about how to properly add quotes.

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    • And still, you do it wrong. What's not to get? At least reply, so we can explain it to you.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • Read your entire message wall again. One more incorrect quote and I'm fed up with it, and you're going to get blocked.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • If you aren't going to properly link quotes or even try, don't put any more quotes on. At this point, you aren't helping anything.

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  • You added that origin before, and it was removed back then. It was removed now. It will be removed if you add it again, and you will be blocked. What you add is information for which you have no idea whether it counts in the TT version.

    And fyi: it doesn't. I suggest you read Teen Titans Go Vol 1 45.

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  • Its really very easy. On the speaker line, type the character's full page name. If you want to put a quote from Anarky, write "Lonnie Machin (Beware the Batman)". To link to him and show his alias, type the link like this [[Lonnie Machin (Beware the Batman)|Anarky]]. Try it out.

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